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When you arrive there, look for Jehu son of Jehoshaphat son of Nimshi and take him aside into an inner room. 1
The Lord was with Jehoshaphat because he followed in his ancestor 1 David’s footsteps at the beginning of his reign. 2 He did not seek the Baals,
The Lord made his kingdom secure; 1 all Judah brought tribute to Jehoshaphat, and he became very wealthy and greatly respected. 2
The Lord put fear into all the kingdoms surrounding Judah; 1 they did not make war with Jehoshaphat.
The king of Israel said to Jehoshaphat, “Didn’t I tell you he does not prophesy prosperity for me, but disaster?”
The king of Israel said to Jehoshaphat, “I will disguise myself and then enter 1 the battle; but you wear your royal attire.” So the king of Israel disguised himself and they entered the battle.
Jehoshaphat lived in Jerusalem. 1 He went out among the people from Beer Sheba to the hill country of Ephraim and encouraged them to follow 2 the Lord God of their ancestors. 3
In Jerusalem Jehoshaphat appointed some Levites, priests, and Israelite family leaders to judge on behalf of the Lord 1 and to settle disputes among the residents of Jerusalem. 2
Messengers 1 arrived and reported to Jehoshaphat, “A huge army is attacking you from the other side of the Dead Sea, 2 from the direction of Edom. 3 Look, they are in Hazezon Tamar (that is, En Gedi).”
Jehoshaphat bowed down with his face toward the ground, and all the people of Judah 1 and the residents of Jerusalem fell down before the Lord and worshiped him. 2
Then all the men of Judah and Jerusalem returned joyfully to Jerusalem with Jehoshaphat leading them; the Lord had given them reason to rejoice over their enemies.
The rest of the events of Jehoshaphat’s reign, from start to finish, are recorded in the Annals of Jehu son of Hanani which are included in Scroll of the Kings of Israel. 1
Jehoshaphat passed away 1 and was buried with his ancestors 2 in the City of David. 3 His son Jehoram 4 replaced him as king.
Let the nations be roused and let them go up to the valley of Jehoshaphat, for there I will sit in judgment on all the surrounding nations.
The king of Israel answered Jehoshaphat, “There is still one man through whom we can seek the Lord’s will. 1 But I despise 2 him because he does not prophesy prosperity for me, but disaster. His name is Micaiah son of Imlah. 3 Jehoshaphat said, “The king should not say such things.”
The king of Israel answered Jehoshaphat, “There is still one man through whom we can seek the Lord’s will. 1 But I despise 2 him because he does not prophesy prosperity for me, but always 3 disaster. His name is Micaiah son of Imlah. 4 Jehoshaphat said, “The king should not say such things!”
Now the king of Israel and King Jehoshaphat of Judah were sitting on their respective thrones, 1 dressed in their robes, at the threshing floor at the entrance of the gate of Samaria. 2 All the prophets were prophesying before them.
He died just as the Lord had prophesied through Elijah. 1 In the second year of the reign of King Jehoram son of Jehoshaphat over Judah, Ahaziah’s brother Jehoram replaced him as king of Israel, because he had no son. 2
He sent 1 this message to King Jehoshaphat of Judah: “The king of Moab has rebelled against me. Will you fight with me against Moab?” Jehoshaphat 2 replied, “I will join you in the campaign; my army and horses are at your disposal.” 3
Jehoshaphat asked, “Is there no prophet of the Lord here that we might seek the Lord’s direction?” 1 One of the servants of the king of Israel answered, “Elisha son of Shapat is here; he used to be Elijah’s servant.” 2