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This happened because of the sins he committed. He did evil in the sight of 1 the Lord and followed in Jeroboam’s footsteps and encouraged Israel to continue sinning. 2
Omri’s supporters were stronger than those who supported Tibni son of Ginath. Tibni died; Omri became king.
The rest of the events of Omri’s reign, including his accomplishments and successes, are recorded in the scroll called the Annals of the Kings of Israel. 1
Ahab told Jezebel all that Elijah had done, including a detailed account of how he killed all the prophets with the sword.
I still have left in Israel seven thousand followers who have not bowed their knees to Baal or kissed the images of him.” 1
The men of the 1 city, the leaders 2 and the nobles who lived there, 3 followed the written orders Jezebel had sent them. 4
“Get up, go down and meet King Ahab of Israel who lives in Samaria. He is at the vineyard of Naboth; he has gone down there to take possession of it.
(There had never been anyone like Ahab, who was firmly committed 1 to doing evil in the sight of 2 the Lord, urged on by his wife Jezebel. 3
He was so wicked he worshiped the disgusting idols, 1 just like the Amorites 2 whom the Lord had driven out from before the Israelites.)
The priest gave to the officers of the units of hundreds King David’s spears and the shields that were kept in the Lord’s temple.
they observed the practices 1 of the nations whom the Lord had driven out from before Israel, and followed the example of the kings of Israel. 2
But each of these nations made 1 its own gods and put them in the shrines on the high places that the people of Samaria 2 had made. Each nation did this in the cities where they lived.
Were the nations whom my ancestors destroyed – the nations of Gozan, Haran, Rezeph, and the people of Eden in Telassar – rescued by their gods? 1
Isaiah 1 asked, “What have they seen in your palace?” Hezekiah replied, “They have seen everything in my palace. I showed them everything 2 in my treasuries.”
because they have done evil in my sight 1 and have angered me from the time their ancestors left Egypt right up to this very day!’”
The rest of the events of Manasseh’s reign and all his accomplishments, as well as the sinful acts he committed, are recorded in the scroll called the Annals of the Kings of Judah. 1
He followed in the footsteps of his father 1 and worshiped and bowed down to the disgusting idols 2 which his father had worshiped. 3
He tore down the quarters 1 of the male cultic prostitutes in the Lord’s temple, where women were weaving shrines 2 for Asherah.
Yet the Lord’s great anger against Judah did not subside; he was still infuriated by all the things Manasseh had done. 1
Johanan was the father of Azariah, who served as a priest in the temple Solomon built in Jerusalem. 1