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When the Ammonites saw the Arameans flee, they fled before his brother Abishai and went into the city. Joab withdrew from fighting the Ammonites and returned to 1 Jerusalem. 2
Then the archers shot at your servants from the wall and some of the king’s soldiers 1 died. Your servant Uriah the Hittite is also dead.”
Then David built an altar for the Lord there and offered burnt sacrifices and peace offerings. And the Lord accepted prayers for the land, and the plague was removed from Israel.
King Solomon sent men to bring him down 1 from the altar. He came and bowed down to King Solomon, and Solomon told him, “Go home.” 2
The prophet 1 quickly removed the bandage from his eyes and the king of Israel recognized he was one of the prophets.
So Gehazi ran after Naaman. When Naaman saw someone running after him, he got down from his chariot to meet him and asked, “Is everything all right?” 1
He did evil in the sight of 1 the Lord; he did not repudiate 2 the sinful ways of Jeroboam son of Nebat who encouraged Israel to sin. 3 During his reign,
So the Lord was furious 1 with Israel and rejected them; 2 only the tribe of Judah was left.
Just as the Lord had announced, he rejected Judah because of all the sins which Manasseh had committed. 1
What follows is a record of what happened to Jerusalem and Judah because of the Lord’s anger; he finally threw them out of his presence. 1 Zedekiah rebelled against the king of Babylon.
So Saul died because he was unfaithful to the Lord and did not obey the Lord’s instructions; he even tried to conjure up underworld spirits. 1
Abijah ascended Mount Zemaraim, in the Ephraimite hill country, and said: “Listen to me, Jeroboam and all Israel!
Uzziah, who had an incense censer in his hand, became angry. While he was ranting and raving 1 at the priests, a skin disease 2 appeared on his forehead right there in front of the priests in the Lord’s temple near the incense altar.
The Lord humiliated 1 Judah because of King Ahaz of Israel, 2 for he encouraged Judah to sin and was very 3 unfaithful to the Lord.
All the leaders of the priests and people became more unfaithful and committed the same horrible sins practiced by the nations. 1 They defiled the Lord’s temple which he had consecrated in Jerusalem.
Everyone who held the words of the God of Israel in awe 1 gathered around me because of the unfaithful acts of the people of the exile. 2 Devastated, I continued to sit there until the evening offering.
Ezra opened the book in plain view 1 of all the people, for he was elevated above all the people. When he opened the book, 2 all the people stood up.
They went over the Fountain Gate and continued directly up the steps of the City of David on the ascent to the wall. They passed the house of David and continued on to the Water Gate toward the east.
So the king removed his signet ring 1 from his hand and gave it to Haman the son of Hammedatha, the Agagite, who was hostile toward the Jews.
I will break Assyria 1 in my land, I will trample them 2 underfoot on my hills. Their yoke will be removed from my people, the burden will be lifted from their shoulders. 3