- He fell through the lattice
of his upper room.
- He sent men to inqire of
Baal-Zebub (the god of Ekron)
- Elijah the prophet.
- a. Fire came down from heaven
and killed them. b. They were killed also by fire. c. They were not killed
because they feared for their lives and begged Elijah to spare them.
- He was to be taken in a
- It divided into two, and he
and Elisha crossed over on dry ground.
- a. Elisha requested a double
portion of Elijah's Spirit. b. If he saw Elijah taken up in the whirlwind,
it would be granted to Him.
- a. He divided the Jordan as
Elijah had done. b. He healed the water at Jericho.
- Jehoram a son of Ahab became
king since Ahaziah had no son of his own.
- Moab rebelled against
- He called upon Jehoshaphat,
king of Judah.
- He provided water for the
men and their animals.
- He offered his eldest son as
a burnt offering on the wall of the city. This disgusted Israel and they
- They were to become slaves
to her dead husband's creditors for repayment of debt.
- He produced enough jars of
oil from her one jar to fill up several empty jars. This was used to pay
the debt owed by her husband with enough left over for them to live on.
- They made a room for him in
their home so he would have a comfortable place to stay each time he came
to their city.
- He prophesied they would
have a son.
- the son became sick one day
- Elisha lay on him and
brought him back to life.
- A wild vine with wild gourds
that were poisonous.
- He put flour into the pot of
stew and it became harmless.
- One hundred men were fed
with plenty left over.
- He was the commander of the
- He was a leper.
- His wife's servant, a
captive Israelite girl, told her mistress about Elisha.
- a. He told him to wash
himself seven times in the Jordan and he would be healed. b. He was
furious at first, thinking that elisha would come out to heal him or that
there were better rivers in his land. c. His servants convinced him to try
the advice of Elisha. d. He asked Elisha for the lord to forgive him when
he had to go in with his master to the temple of their false god.
- Elisha wanted nothing of
- Geahzi wanted silver and
some clothing for himself.
- Elisha pronounced leprosy on
Gehazi and his descendants forever.
- They wanted to build a bigger
place to dwell with Elisha.
- a. It fell off into the
Jordan river. b. Elisha put a stick in the water and the ax head floated
to the top.
- Somehow Israel always knew
where to avoid the ambush that Syria had set against them.
- a. He struck them with
blindness. b. Elisha led them inside of the city of Samaria.
- a. He told the King of Israel
to feed them a send them away to their land. b. This act brought peace on
them for a while.
- The people were eating donkey
heads, dove droppings, and their own children.
- He caused them to hear a
great multitude, the noise of a great army. They became fearful for their
lives and fled.
- Four lepers who were going
to defect to Syria discovered the abandoned camp of the Syrians.
- a. He was trampled in the
rush to the spoil of the Syrian camp and died. b. He had doubted the word
of Elisha and the ability of God to help Israel.
- The woman whose son he had
restored to life.
- a. He sought Elisha. b. He
would recover from the disease. c. Hazael suffocated him.
- Joram of Israel and Ahaziah
- Jehu was aninted king of
- They joined forces with Jehu.
- Jehu came in the name of the
Lord because of the harlotries of Jezebel.
- Their blood would be shed on
the plot of ground taken by Ahab from Naboth and there would be none to
reign on the throne.
- He was shot and killed by
Jehu and his men.
- She put paint on her eyes and
adorned her hair.
- a. At the command of Jehu,
two eunuchs threw her out an upper window and she was trampled by the
horses. b. Her skull, her feet, and the palm of her hands were all that
was left of Jezebel. c. The dogs shall eat the flesh of Jezebel.
- He had seventy sons.
- If the elders were with him
they were to cut the heads of the sons of Ahab and bring them to Jehu.
- He killed all the brothers
of Ahaziah of Judah.
- He pretended to hold a
great sacrifice for the Baal worshipers, then he killed them when they
came to the mandatory gathering.
- The two golden calves at
Bethel and Dan.
- Athaliah the mother of
- Jehoiada, the priest.
- He was seven years old.
- Jehoash did good all the
days that Jehoida the priest instructed him.
- He set up a box at the
entrance of the temple to collect money which he used to repair the temple.
- His servants conspired
against and killed Jehoash.
- The arrow of the Lord's
deliverance from the Syrians.
- The amount of times he
would defeat Syria.
- He revived and stood on his
- Overall, he was a righteous
king except that he too did not remove the high places.
- He was defeated by Israel.
- A conspiracy was formed
against him, and he was killed.
- Jeroboam restored territory
according to the word of the Lord spoken through Jonah of Gath Hepher.
This was so the name of Israel was not completely blotted out.
- King Azariah.
- Azariah did not remove the
high places either. Therefore, he was struck with the leprosy.
- The sons of Jehu would sit
on the throne of Israel only until the fourth generation.
- He paid money to the king of
Assyria from the wealthy so he could be strengthened and stay in control
of the land.
- King Ahaz.
- He had a new altar built,
and altered the layout of the original temple. He removed the carts and
lavers and the Sea of bronze from where they should be.
- They were besieged and
carried away captive.
- The people from foreign
nations whom he had in his control were placed in Samaria.
- They were killed by lions
sent by God.
- He sent a priest of God to
teach the people how to worship the Lord God.
- Hezekiah was a good king who
did what was right in the eyes of the Lord more htan any other king before
- The people started to
worship it as a god.
- a. He said the Lord had sent
him (vs 25). b. He said God had no more power to deliver Judah from the
Assyrians than the gods of any other nation they had captured (vs. 35).
- Isaiah the prophet, the son
- Assyria would not shoot an
arrow against Judah. God would defend the city.
- An angel passed through
their camp and killed 185,000 men.
- His two sons killed him as
he worshiped his god in his temple.
- He added fifteen years to
- He toured men from Babylon.
- All the treasures of
Hezekiah's house and the people of Judah would be carried away captive by
- He raised up altars for
- He set up an image of the
false goddess Asherah in the temple.
- Josiah was eight years old
when he became king.
- He was a good king and did
what was right in the eyes of the Lord.
- The Book of the Law was found
in the house of the Lord
- He tore his clothes and
humbled himself before God because of the words in the book of the Law of
- All the false gods and
articles used for their worship were removed from the house of the Lord
- a. The bones of men and the
high priest of Baal would be burned on the altar built by Jeroboam (1
Kings 13:2) b. The prophet from Bethel who had warned Jeroboam (1 Kings
13:1). c. The prophet from Samaria who had fooled the man of God into
staying and eating with him (1 Kings 11:31).
- The Passover was
- The country of Egypt.
- King Jehoiakim.
- All the royal household,
all the officers, the fighting men, and the craftsmen were taken.
- Zedekiah was made king.
- From the ninth year of the
tenth month to the eleventh year of King Zedekiah's reign they were
- His sons were killed before
his eyes, and he was blinded.
- Gedaliah was made governor.
- Evil Merodach, a later king