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He followed in the footsteps of 1 the kings of Israel. He passed his son through the fire, 2 a horrible sin practiced by the nations 3 whom the Lord drove out from before the Israelites.
He also removed the Sabbath awning 1 that had been built 2 in the temple and the king’s outer entranceway, on account of the king of Assyria. 3
Ahaz passed away 1 and was buried with his ancestors in the city of David. His son Hezekiah replaced him as king.
He passed his son 1 through the fire 2 and practiced divination and omen reading. He set up a ritual pit to conjure up underworld spirits, and appointed magicians to supervise it. 3 He did a great amount of evil in the sight of the Lord, provoking him to anger. 4
Manasseh passed away 1 and was buried in his palace garden, the garden of Uzzah, and his son Amon replaced him as king.
The people of the land executed all those who had conspired against King Amon, and they 1 made his son Josiah king in his place.
The king 1 ruined Topheth in the Valley of Ben Hinnom so that no one could pass his son or his daughter through the fire to Molech. 2
David said to Solomon: “My son, I really wanted 1 to build a temple to honor 2 the Lord my God.
The lot for the east gate went to Shelemiah. 1 They then cast lots for his son Zechariah, a wise adviser, and the lot for the north gate went to him.
The fourth, assigned the fourth month, was Asahel, brother of Joab; his son Zebadiah succeeded him. 1 His division consisted of 24,000 men.
David gave to his son Solomon the blueprints for the temple porch, 1 its buildings, its treasuries, 2 its upper areas, its inner rooms, and the room 3 for atonement.
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.
King Joash disregarded 1 the loyalty his father Jehoiada had shown him and killed Jehoiada’s 2 son. As Zechariah 3 was dying, he said, “May the Lord take notice and seek vengeance!” 4
The list of Joash’s 1 sons, the many prophetic oracles pertaining to him, and the account of his building project on God’s temple are included in the record of the Scroll of the Kings. 2 His son Amaziah replaced him as king.
Ahaz passed away 1 and was buried in the City of David; 2 they did not bring him to the tombs of the kings of Israel. His son Hezekiah replaced him as king.
The people of the land executed all who had conspired against King Amon, and they 1 made his son Josiah king in his place.
Shall we once again break your commandments and intermarry with these abominable peoples? Would you not be so angered by us that you would wipe us out, with no survivor or remnant?
A psalm of David, written when he fled from his son Absalom. 2 Lord, how 3 numerous are my enemies! Many attack me. 4
Then I said, 1 “O Lord, intervene for the honor of your name 2 even though our sins speak out against us. 3 Indeed, 4 we have turned away from you many times. We have sinned against you.
For he has even sent a message to us here in Babylon. He wrote and told us, 1 “You will be there a long time. Build houses and settle down. Plant gardens and eat what they produce.”’” 2