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Asa was so angry at the prophet, he put him in jail. 1 Asa also oppressed some of the people at that time.
Asa did what the Lord approved 1 like his ancestor 2 David had done.
(14:1) Asa did what the Lord his God desired and approved. 1
Abijah passed away 1 and was buried 2 in the city of David. His son Asa replaced him as king.
In the twentieth year of Jeroboam’s reign over Israel, Asa became the king of Judah.
The high places were not eliminated, yet Asa was wholeheartedly devoted to the Lord throughout his lifetime. 1
Now Asa and King Baasha of Israel were continually at war with each other. 1
Asa and King Nadab of Israel were continually at war with each other.
In the fourth year of King Ahab’s reign over Israel, Asa’s son Jehoshaphat became king over Judah.
He removed from the land any male cultic prostitutes who had managed to survive the reign of his father Asa. 1
Solomon’s son was Rehoboam, followed by Abijah his son, Asa his son, Jehoshaphat his son,
and Asa went out to oppose him. They deployed for battle in the Valley of Zephathah near Mareshah.
The Lord struck down the Cushites before Asa and Judah. The Cushites fled,
They assembled in Jerusalem in the third month of the fifteenth year of Asa’s reign.
The high places were not eliminated from Israel, yet Asa was wholeheartedly devoted to the Lord throughout his lifetime. 1
There was no more war until the thirty-fifth year of Asa’s reign.
The events of Asa’s reign, from start to finish, are recorded in the Scroll of the Kings of Judah and Israel. 1
Asa passed away 1 in the forty-first year of his reign.
He followed in his father Asa’s footsteps and was careful to do what the Lord approved. 1
King Asa ordered all the men of Judah (no exemptions were granted) to carry away the stones and wood that Baasha had used to build Ramah. 1 King Asa used the materials to build up 2 Geba (in Benjamin) and Mizpah.