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rebelled against Israel after the death of Ahab.
And fell through a lattice upper chamber that in Samaria, and sick.
he sent messengers unto themo of Blzebub the od of whether I
shall recover this disease.
But the ngel of the to Eliah the , go the messengers of
the king of Samaria and say unto them it because there is no God in Israel that ye go to
Blzebub the od of
thus saith the : hou shalt not come down from th bed on which thou
gone up, but shalt die And Eliah departed.
And the messengers unto he said unto themhy ye ?
And they said unto himhere came a man us and said unto uso unto
the king sent you and say unto himThus saith the Is it because there is no
God in Israel that thou sendest to Blzebub the od of ? Therefore thou shalt
not come down from th bed on which thou gone up, but shalt surely die
And he said themhat manner man was that met you and told you
And they him was a hairy man and with a girdle of about his loins.
And he said is Eliah .
Then the king sent unto him a captain fifty with his fifty. And to him behold
he sat on the top of a. And unto him man of God, the king ome
And Eliah answered and said to the captain fiftyf I be a man of God, fire come
down from heaven and consume and thy fifty. And there came fire from heaven and
him and his fifty.
sent him another captain fifty with his fifty answered and said
unto himO man of God, thus the king down.
And Eliah answered and said unto themf I be a man of God, let fire come down from
heaven and consume thee and thy fifty. And came down from heaven and
consumed him and his fifty.
And sent again the third fifty. And the third captain fifty cme fell on his knees before and besought him and said unto himO man of
God, let my life and the life of these fifty thy servants be precious in thy sight.
Behold there came fire down from heaven and burn up the two captains
with their fifties. let my life now be precious in thy sight
the ngel of the unto o down with him be not afraid of him. And
he went down with him unto the king.
And he said unto , hus saith the as thou messengers to
Blzebub the od of , there no God in Israel to is
word? herefore thou shalt not come off th bed on which thou , but shalt
o he died according to the word of the which Eliah nd Jehoram
in his stead the second year of Jehoram son of Jehosaphat king of Juda, because he had
he rest of the of which he did, are written in the
chronicles of the kings of Israel
And it when the would take up Eliah heaven a whirlwind, that
Eliah from Glgal.
And Eliah said , arry here, I pray thee for the hath sent me to Bethel. saids the liveth and as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee.
they to Bethel
the of the rophets were at Bethel came to and said himnowest thou that the will take away thy master from
hath sent me to
Jericho. And he said and as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee.
And fifty men of the sons of the rophets went and stood in sight afar off a they two
stood by Jordan.
And Eliah took his mantle and wrapped it together and smote the , and they two went over on dry
what I shall do
for thee before I be taken away from thee. And said, I pray thee,
thy spirit me.
And he saidhou hast asked a hard thing. Nevertheless if thou see me when I am taken
from thee, shal so if not, it shall not be.
And as they went and behold, there a chariot of
fire and horses of fire and them asundernd Eliah went up whirlwind
And saw and cried father, my father, the chariot of Israel and the horsemen
thereofnd saw him no morend took his own clothes and rent them in two
e took up the mantle of Eliah that fell from him, and went back and stood by
nd took the mantle of Eliah that fell from him, and smote the water and saidhere is
the God of ? And when he had smitten the
of Eliah doth rest on
And they said unto him, there thy servants fifty menet them
go and seek thy master the pirit of the hath taken him up and
cast him upon some mountain or in some valley. And he said
but found him not.
And they came again to himfor he tarried at Jericho he said them, id I not say
but the water is nought and the ground barren.
And he saidring me a new cruse and put salt therein. And they brought it to him.
And he went unto the spring of the water and cast the salt in and saidhus saith
the : heal water there shall not death or nd
the water according to the saying of which he spke.
And he went from thence uto Bethel. And as he was going up the way, there came
little out of the city and mocked him and said himo up thou bald heado up thou
And he turned back and looked on them and cursed them in the name of the . And
there came two ears out of the wood and tre forty two of .
And he went from thence to ount Carmel, and from thence to Samaria.
Jehoram the son of Ahab began to reign Israel in Samaria the eighteenth year of
Jehosaphat king of Juda, and twelve year.
And he wrought evil in the sight of the but not like his father his mother for he
put away the image of Baal that his father had made.
Nevertheless he the sin of Jeroboam the son of made Israel sin not therefrom.
And Mesa king of Moab was and render unto the king of Israel a hundred
thousand lambs and rams with the wool
rebelled against the king of
And ing Jehoram went out of Samaria the same and numbered all Israel.
And went and sent to king of Juda sayinghe king of Moab hath
rebelled against meilt thou go with me against to battle? And he saidI will go as thou a my people as , and my horses as .
And he said way shall we go ? And answeredhe way through the ilderness
the king of Israel the king of Juda and the king of Edomnd they seven there was no water for the host for the cattle that them.
the king of IsraelAlas the hath called these three kings to
deliver them into the hand of
But Jehosaphat saids there here prophet of the , that we may of the
by him? And one of the king of Israels servants answered and saidere is the
son of poured water on the hands of Eliah.
And Jehosaphat saidhe word of the is with him.o the king of Israel and
Jehosaphat and the king of Edom went down to him.
And said the king of Israelhat have I to do with thee? Get thee to the prophets
of thy father and of thy mother. And the king of Israel said unto him,
the called these three kings to deliver them into the hand of
And said, the of osts liveth I stand were not that I
regard the presence of Jehosaphat the king of Juda, I would not look toward thee, nor see .
But now bring me a minstrel. And the minstrel played, the hand of
the upon him.
And he saidhus the ake this full of ditches.
For thus saith the : e shall see neither rain yet th shall
be filled with water, that ye may drink, and your cattle .
And this is but a thing in the sight of the e will the Moabites into
And ye shall wells of water, and mar good of with stones.
And in the morning the country was filled with water.
And when all the Moabites heard that the kings come to fight against them, they
gathered able to put on and upward, and in the border.
And they up early in the morning, the shone upon the waternd the Moabites
saw the water as red as blood
they said is bloodhe kings slain another.
Now therefore to the spoil
And when they came to the of Israel, the Israelites up and the Moabites,
that they fled before them they the Moabites.
And they the cities, and on every good of land cast every man his stone and
it and stopped all the wells of water, and felled all the good trees. the stones thereof the slingers went it and
And when the king of Moab saw that the battle was for him, he took with him seven
hundred men drew sword to unto the king of Edomut they could not.
hen he took his eldest son should have reigned in his stead, and offered him a burnt
offering upon the wall. And there great Israel they departed from
him and returned to their own land.
there cried a certain woman of the wives of the of the prophets unto sayinghy servant my husband is dead, and thou knowest that thy servant fear the the
creditor come to my two sons to be bondmen.
And said herWhat shall I do for thee? Tell me, what hast thou in the house? And
she said handmaid hath in house, save a oil.
he saidGo borrow thee all thy neighbors, empty vessels not a few.
pour out into all those vessels, and aside.
she went from him, and shut the door her and her sons brought to her and she poured out.
And when the vessels were full, she said her sonring yet a
vessel. And he saidhere is more. And the oil ceased.
Then she came and told the man of God. And he saido sell the il and pay thy nd live
thou and thy children o the rest.
And to eat bread. And as oft as he , he turned in thither to eat
And she said unto her husband, I perceive that man of God
and let us set him there a bed a
table a stool and a candlestick, when he cometh to us.
And it on a that he came thither and turned into the chamber and lay there.
he said to his servantall this . And called her, she
And said him, ay thou be spoken for to the king or to the captain
of the ost? And she I dwell among mine own people.
he said, hat is to be done for her? And Verily she hath no
child, and her husband is old.
And he saidall her. And called her she stood the door.
he said time lie, thou shalt embrace a sonnd
she said, my ord thou man of God, do not lie unto the handmaid.
And the conceived and bre a son season that had said unto her,
that he went out to his father to the
And he unto his father, y head, my head. And said to a lad, arry him to his
And he him and brought him to his mother he sat on her knees till noon, and
And she up and laid him on the bed of the man of God, and shut the door him and
nd her husband and saidend me one of the young men and
that I may run to the man of God.
And he said wilt thou go to him todayt is neither new moon nor Sabbath. And she
said be .
Then she saddled an ss and said to
she went and came unto the man of God to ount Carmel. And when the
man of God saw her , he said to his servant
to the man of God the hill caught him by the feet to thrust her away. the man of God saidet her alone, for her soul is vexed
and the hath hid it from me and hath not told me.
Then she saidid I desire a son of my ord? id I not say, not
Then he said to ird up thy loins, and take my staff in thine hand and . If
any man, salute him notnd if any salute thee, answer him not again. And my staff
the mother of the child said the liveth and as thy soul liveth, I will not leave
thee. And he arose and followed her.
before them and the staff upon the ut there was
neither voice nor
was dead and la upon his bed.
e went in and shut the door the , and prayed unto the .
And he went up and lay upon the , and put his mouth his mouth, and his eyes
his eyes, and his hands and himself upon the the flesh of
the child waxed warm.
himnd the sneezed seven times and opened his eyes.
And he called and saidCall this . he called her. And when she
come him, he saidake thy son.
Then she went and fell at his feet and bowed herself to the ground, and took up her son and
prophets him he said his servant, on great pot, and
pottage for the of the prophets.
And one went out into the field to gather herbs, and found a wild vine and gathered thereof
his , and came and shred them into the pot of pottage, they .
they poured out for the men to eat. And they of the pottage, they cried out and said there is death in the pot could not
he said bring meal. And he cast it into the pot and said for the
people that they may eatnd there was no harm in the pot.
came a man from and brought the man of God bread of ,
twenty laves of barley and corn in
should I set this before a hundred mene said the
people eator thus saith the : hey shall eat and leave.
he set it before them, and they ate and left, according to the word of the .
Naaman captain of the ost the king of Sria, was great his master
, and had brought out of the land of
And the king of Sria said go and I will send a letter unto the king of Israel. And he
and took with him ten talents of silver and six thousand pieces of gold and ten changes
And he brought the letter to the king of IsraelNow when this letter come uto
theeehold I have sent Naaman my servant to thee, that thou him of his
And when the king of Israel had read the letter, he rent his clothes and saidm I God, to and to make alive, that I pray you, and see how he me.
And when the man of God heard that the king of Israel had rent his
clothes, he sent to the king saying hast thou rent thy clothes? et him come to
me, he know that there is a prophet in Israel.
Naaman came with his horses and his chariot, and stood at the door of
sent a messenger sayingo and wash Jordan seven times, and
thy flesh shall come again to thee and thou shalt be clean.
Naaman was wroth and went away, and saidBehold, I thought, e come out, and stand and call on the name of the his God, and his hand the place,
and the .
Are not Abana and Pharpar, rivers of Damasc, better than all the waters of Israel? I not
wash in them and be cleano he turned and
if the prophet had bid
thee do some great thing, thou not have done it? How much rather then, he saith
to thee, ash and be
Then went down and seven times in Jordan,
the man of God and his flesh like unto the flesh of a little , and he was clean.
he to the man of God and all his company, and came and stood before him
and saidBehold I know that there is no God in all the , but in Israel. ow I pray thee take a blessing thy servant.
But he said the liveth before whom I stand, I will receive none. And
him to but he .
And Naaman said, not I pray thee, be given to thy servant burden
of earth For thy servant will henceforth offer neither burnt sacrifice unto other od,
the thy servant, when my master goeth into the house of
Rmon to worship there, he leaneth on hand, and I in the house of , the thy servant in this .
And he said himo in peace. he departed from him a
the servant of the man of God, said, my master hath I
will run after him and take .
o after Naaman. And when Naaman saw him after him, he
down the chariot him, and saids all well?
And he said.y master hath sent me saying of the prophetsive them I pray thee,
talent of silver and of garments.
And Naaman said and two talents of
silver in two bags, with two garments and them two of his servants
let the men go, and they departed.
he went and stood before his master. And said him whence ? And he saidhy servant went .
And he saident not mine heart with thee when the man turned his
chariot thee? Is it a time to receive and to receive garments, olive
vineyards, oxen, menservants and maidservants?
The leprosy therefore of Naaman cleave unto thee and unto thy seed for ever. And he
went out from a leper as white as snow.
the of the prophets unto , the place where we dwell with thee
is too for us.
Let us take every man a beam and us a place there
I pray thee, and go with thy servants. And he I will
o went with them.And when they came to Jordan, they cut down wood.
as one was a beam, the ax head fell into the waternd he cried and saidAlas
masteror it was
And the man of God saidWhere fell it? And he shwed him the place. And he cut and cast it in thither, and the swim.
saidake it up to thee. And his hand and it.
the king of Sria against Israel, and took counsel with his servants sayingIn such a place .
And the man of God sent unto the king of Israel sayingBeware thou not such a
place, for the Srians down.
And the king of Israel sent to the place which the man of God told him and warned him, and
saved himself there once twice.
the heart of the ing of Sria was troubled he his
servants and said themill ye not show me which of us the king of Israel?
And one of his servants said my ord king the prophet is in Israel,
telleth the king of Israel the words that thou speakest in thy .
he saido and spy where he is that I may send and fetch him. And told
saying, he is in Dothan.
sent thither horse and chariots and a great ostnd they came by night and
compassed the about.
And when the servant of the mn of God with horses and chariots.
prayed and said open the eyes of the young man, and he sawnd behold, the mountain was full of
horses and chariots of fire round about .
And when came down to him, prayed unto the and saidSmite this people with blindness. And e smote them with blindness according to the of .
said unto themhis is not the way, this the ollow me and I will
bring you to the man ye seek. he led them to Samaria.
opened their eyes they sawnd
behold they were in the midst of Samaria.
And the king of Israel unto when he saw them, shall I smite them
sword and with bowet bread and water before them,
eat and drink and go to their master.
And he great themnd when they had eaten and drunk, sent them
away, and they went to their master. o the of Sria came no more into the land of Israel.
this Benhadad king of Sria gathered all ost, and went
and besieged Samaria.
And there great in Samaria of silver, and the fourth part of a of doves dung five .
And as the king of Israel upon the wall there cried a woman him, sayingelp, my ord king
And he said the help thee
And she answeredhis woman said me,
thy son eat him today, and we will eat tomorrow.
o we my son and him. And I said her day, thy son that we
may eat him she hath hid her son.
hen the king heard the words of the woman, he rent his clothes a
he the wallnd the people looked
if the head of the son of Saphat on him this day.
sat in his house and the elders with him the king sent from
him. But the messenger came him, he said to the eldersee how th son of murderer
hath sent to take mine head? when the messenger cometh, shut the door, and
him the sound of his masters feet him
And while he yet talked with themehold the messenger unto himnd he saidehold, this evil is the
the word of the hus saith the : omorrow this
time a of fine flour be sold for a
on whose hand the king leaned answered the man of God and said, the
would make windows in heaven, this be And he saidBehold, thou shalt see
it with thine eyes shalt not eat thereof.
And there were four the gate. And they said to ,
sit we here until we die
also. Now therefore come and let us the ost of the f
they save , we shall livend if they kill us,
, there was no man there.
For the Lord had made the ost of the hear a noise of chariots and a noise of horses,
the noise of a great ost they said one to another, the king of Israel hath hired
against us the kings of the and the kings of to come upon us.
they arose and fled in the , and left their tents their horses and the
even as it was, and fled for their .
And when these lepers came to the of the , they went into tent and
and and carried thence silver gold and raiment, and went and hid it and came
again and entered into another and carried thence also, and went and hid it.
Then they said one to another not his day is a day tidingsnd
we hold our peace tarry till , mischief. Now
therefore come, go and tell the kings household.
o they and called the of the city and told them sayinge
came to the of the and , there was no man there, neither voice of man, but
horses and sses tied and the tents as they were.
And the king arose in the night and said his servantsI will show you the
Srians have us. They know that we are therefore gone out of the to hide themselves in the field sayinghey come out of the city, we shall catch them
alive and get into the city.
And one of his servants answered and saidLet take five of the horses that
remain are left in the cityehold they are as all the multitude that are left in as all the multitude of the are consumed and let us
send and see.
hey took two horses and the king sent after the ost of the sayingo and see.
And they after them unto Jordan and , all the way was full of and vessels
which the Srians had cast haste.And the messengers returned and told the king.
And the people went out and the tents of the Srians. o a of flour was
sold for a , and two of barley for a , according to the word of the .
And the king the ord on whose hand he leaned to the gate. And
the people trod him in the gate, he died, the man of God said, when
the king came down to him.
And it came to pass the man of God to the king sayingwo of
barley for a and a of flour for shall be tomorrow this time in
the gate of Samaria.
And thord answered the man of God and said the mae
windows in heaven, be And saidBehold, thou shalt see it with thine
eyes, shalt not eat thereof.
And so it for the people trod him in the gate he died.
Then spke unto the woman whose son he had restored to life, saying and go
thou and thine , and sojourn thou the land seven years.
And the woman arose and did the saying of the man of God and went her
household and sojourned in the land of the Philistines seven years.
And at the seven years end, the woman out of the land of the
Philistines she went
to the king for her house and for her
land. And king, this is the woman and this is her son to life.
And the king asked the woman, she told him. o the king her
of sayingestore all that her, all the fruits of the field since the day she left
to Benhadad the king of Sria sicknd told
sayingThe man of God come hither.
the king Hazaelake a present and go the man of God and
the by him recover this disease
Hazael went to meet him and took present with him, even of good thing of
Damasc, forty , and came and before him and saidhy son Benhadad
ing of Sria hath sent me to thee, sayinghall I recover this disease
And me that he shall surely die.
And was ashamed and the man of God wept.
And Hazael saidhy weepeth my ord And he answered I know that
thou do unto the children of Israelheir thou set on fire, and their young
men thou slay with the sword, and dash their children and their women with
And Hazael said what is thy servant a dog, that should do this great thing? And
hath show me that thou shalt be king Sria.
o he departed from and came to his master, said to himWhat said to
thee? And he e told me that thou shouldest recover.
And on the morrow he took a cloth and dipped it in water and
spread it on his face he died and Hazael reigned in his stead.
fifth year of son of Ahab king of Israel, Jehosaphat being king of
Juda, Jehoram the son of king of Juda began to reign.
Thirty two years old was he when he began to reign, and he reigned eight years in
And he walked in the way of the kings of Israel, as did the house of Ahab for the daughter of
Ahab was his wife and he did the .
the would not destroy Juda David is , as e promised him to
give him a light his children.
n his days Edom from under the hand of Juda, and made a king
Joram went to , and all chariots with him. And he rose by night and the
Edomites compassed him , and the captains of chariot and the people fled into
from under the hand of Juda unto this day. hen Lbnah
written in the book of the
chronicles of the kings of
And with his fathers and with the of and
his son reigned in his stead.
year of king of Israel, son of king of
Juda began to reign.
year old was when he and he reigned year in
, and did evil in the sight of the
of Jeroboam the son of
king of Juda
fathers in the
the house, and
, and came to Samaria
the children of the king
the children of
all the prophets
that there was
Jeroboam the son of
departed not from
written in the
book of the chronicles of the kings of
And with his fathers, and his son reigned
in his stead.
house of the
the people of the land
when he began to reign
, and reigned in Jerusalem. is
right in the sight of the
that is brought into the
house of the
into the hands of the ha
the oversight of the house of the it to the upon the house of the
to buy timber and stone to repair the
the money that
that was found in the of the house of the
written in the book of the
of the kings of
And his servants
Jehoahaz the son
And he did that was evil in the sight of the
the children of
the chronicles of the kings of
And with his fathers, and his son reigned in
to the king of
years old when he began to reign and reigned
evil in the sight of the
had cast them out of
Zedekiah rebelled against the king of Babylon.
in the ninth year of his reign, the tenth day of the
month, king of Babylon all his
the eleventh year of King Zedekiah.
And the ninth day of the fourth month for the people of the land.
And the city was broken up all the men of fled by night by way gate between
him in the of Jericho,
all his army scattered from him.
they brought him to the ing of Babylon to Rblah, they him.
And they slew the sons of Zedekiah before his eyes, and put out the eyes of Zedekiah, and
fetter and carried him to Babylon.
And the seventh day of the month which the nineteenth year of King
ing of Babylon, came servant of the ing
of Babylon, unto Jerusalem
nd burn the house of the and the house and all the houses of Jerusalem,
and great house burn he with fire.
And all the of the were with the brke down the
walls of Jerusalem round about.
the rest of the people were left in the city and the to the ing
of Babylon, the remnant of the
of the poor of the land to and
And the pillars of brass that were in the house of the and the and the brazen sea
that was in the house of the the and carried the brass of them to
vessels of brass they away.
And the firepans, and
the house of the he brass of all these vessels was without weight.
The height of the one pillar was eighteen cubits, and the and pomegranates round about, all of brassnd the second pillar with .
And the took Sraiah the chief priest and the priest and three keepers of the door.
And out of the city he took a the men of war, and five men were in the kings presence were found in the city, and the of the ost
the people of the land, and men of the people of the land were
found in the city
the took the and brought them to the ing of Babylon to
And the ing of Babylon smote them and slew them at Rblah in the land of Hmath. o Juda
was carried away out of their land.
And the people remained in the land of Juda, ing of
Babylon left, he the son of Ahikam the son of .
And when all the captains of the and the men heard that the ing of Babylon had
made governor there came to Ismael the son of
and Johanan the son of and Sraiah the son of the Netophathite and
the son of and their men.
And swre to them and to their men, and said themear not the servants
of the . well in the land and serve the ing of Babylon and shall be .
But it the seventh month that Ismael the son of the son of
of the came and ten men with him and smote that he died and
the Jews and the were with him at .
all the people both small and great and the captains of the arose and to
Egypt for they were afraid of the
the twelfth month, up the head of king of Juda out of
nd spke kindly to him and set his above the of the ings were with
him in Bablon,
and changed his prison garments. And he bread before him all the days of his