2 CHRONICLES

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CHAPTER 1

  1. At Gibeon.
  2. In Jerusalem.
  3. a. He asked for wisdom to lead God's people. b. God also gave him riches, wealth, and honor.

CHAPTER 2

  1. Hiram, king of Tyre.
  2. The aliens in the land.

CHAPTER 3

  1. In the second month of his fourth year as king.
  2. Jachin (He shall establish) and Boaz (strength).

CHAPTER 4

  1. For the priests to wash themselves for consecration.
  2. 10 tables.
  3. 10 lampstands.

CHAPTER 5

  1. The ark of the covenant.
  2. The two tablets of stone which Moses had put in it at Mount Horeb.

CHAPTER 6

  1. He prayed that they would recognize when God was chastising them, turn back to God, and that God would forgive them and turn back to them.

CHAPTER 7

  1. God would hear His people, forgive them, and heal their land when they humbled themselves, pray, and seek Him.

CHAPTER 8

  1. The descendants of the foreign nations who were left in the land Israel had taken.

CHAPTER 9

  1. The Queen of Sheba.
  2. Amounts of gold, precious stones, and spices as never before given.
  3. He gave her more than she gave him and all she desired.

CHAPTER 10

  1. To make their burden lighter.
  2. a. The elders and his young friends. b. His young friends.
  3. They split apart.

CHAPTER 11

  1. God spoke through His prophet, Shemaiah.
  2. The priests and Levites.

CHAPTER 12

  1. God sent him against them because of sins they had committed against Him.
  2. Because Rehoboam humbled himself before God for forgiveness.

CHAPTER 13

  1. a. 400,000. b. 800,000.
  2. God.
  3. 500,000.

CHAPTER 14

  1. A million man army.
  2. God.

CHAPTER 15

  1. The Lord is with you if you are with Him. If you seek Him you will find Him. If you forsake Him He will forsake you.
  2. She had built an image of a false God.

CHAPTER 16

  1. Ben-hadad, king of Syria.
  2. Asa had relied on men instead of God.

CHAPTER 17

  1. a. The Levites and priests. b. To teach the people the Book of the Law.

CHAPTER 18

  1. Through a marriage.
  2. To go to battle. God would be with Him.
  3. A true prophet of the Lord.
  4. To speak the same as the four hundred prophets had spoken.
  5. Not to go to battle. Ahab would fall in the battle if he went.
  6. If Ahab returned in peace then God had not spoken to Micaiah.
  7. A Syrian drew a bow at random. It struck Ahab between the joints of his armor. He died later.

CHAPTER 19

  1. God was angry with him for helping Ahab and those who do not love the Lord.
  2. To judge fairly and without partiality. Judge for God - not man.

CHAPTER 20

  1. The people Israel had turned from doing harm to while in the wilderness (Moab, Ammon, and Mt. Seir).
  2. God.
  3. Not to be afraid. The battle was God's - not theirs.
  4. They turned on each other and killed one another. Not one was left alive.
  5. God destroyed the ships.

CHAPTER 21

  1. a. Jehoram. b. He killed his brothers.
  2. Elijah the prophet.
  3. His intestines were struck for two years with an incurable disease and came out of his body.

CHAPTER 22

  1. The counselors of the house of Ahab.
  2. Jehoram, king of Israel, who had been wounded in battle against Hazael, king of Syria.
  3. Jehu.
  4. a. His mother Athaliah. b. She had them killed.
  5. Joash.

CHAPTER 23

  1. Jehoiada the priest.
  2. The men of the army as instructed by Jehoiada killed her.
  3. They would be the Lord's people.

CHAPTER 24

  1. Money to repair it.
  2. 130 years old.
  3. Because you have forsaken God, He has forsaken you.
  4. He had him killed.
  5. The Syrians wounded him and then later his own servants killed him.

CHAPTER 25

  1. Ephraim of Israel.
  2. He brought their gods back to Judah.
  3. Joash, king of Israel.
  4. Amaziah was defeated by Israel but later killed by a conspiracy group.

CHAPTER 26

  1. Zechariah, son of Jehoiada.
  2. He entered into the temple to burn incense that only a priest should do.
  3. Leprosy until he died.

CHAPTER 27

  1. Jotham, his son.
  2. He did what was right in the eyes of God.

CHAPTER 28

  1. The gods of the nations whom God had cast out before Israel.
  2. God stirred up Syria and Israel against Judah because they had forsaken the Lord God of their fathers.
  3. Oded advised Israel to give up the spoil and the captives of Judah, their brethren, because God's wrath would come upon them.
  4. The nation of Edom and the Philistines also came against Judah.
  5. a. Ahaz sought help from the kings of Assyria. b. They did not help him.
  6. The gods of Damascus. He reasoned they had helped Syria defeat him earlier, and maybe they would help him also if he sacrificed to them.
  7. He was not buried in the tombs of the kings of Israel.

CHAPTER 29

  1. He restored the house of the Lord, consecrated all the priests, and began the temple worship according to the Book of the Law of Moses.
  2. The people and their fathers before them had forsaken God.

CHAPTER 30

  1. Because a sufficient number of priests had not been consecrated.
  2. The captives of Israel in other lands.
  3. He judged their heart as good. They had prepared their hearts to seek Him.

CHAPTER 31

  1. The altars, high places and images of the false idols.
  2. He did every work that he did for God with his whole heart.

CHAPTER 32

  1. Sennacherib, king of Assyria.
  2. To keep Assyria from finding much water.
  3. God.
  4. God could not deliver them from his hand as with the other nations’ gods who had not been able to deliver them from his hand.
  5. The prophet Isaiah.
  6. The Lord sent an angel who struck down every man of valor, every leader, and every captain of the Assyrian army.
  7. He returned shamefaced to his land and his own sons killed Him.
  8. He sent the ambassadors of Babylon to Hezekiah to see what he would do.

CHAPTER 33

  1. He was an evil king who worshiped the Baals and practiced witchcraft.
  2. The captains of the Assyrian army came and took him captive. They lead him away in bronze fetters and nose hooks.
  3. An evil king.
  4. His servants conspired against him and killed him.

CHAPTER 34

  1. Josiah.
  2. The Book of the Law.
  3. He and the people had not been obeying the commandments and statues of God.
  4. Josiah's men inquired of Huldah, a prophetess, for a word from the Lord.

CHAPTER 35

  1. Since the days of Samuel the prophet.
  2. Necho - king of Egypt.

CHAPTER 36

  1. Egypt.
  2. Babylon.
  3. Zedekiah.
  4. They ignored and mocked His messengers and prophets bringing Him to wrath.
  5. 70 years.