2 Chronicles chapter 1

21:1-6.

The solemn offering of Solomon at Gibeon.

21:7-W12.

Solomon's choice of wisdom is blessed by God.

21:13-17.

Solomon's forces and wealth.

2 Chronicles chapter 2

22:1-2.

Solomon's labourers for the building of the temple.

22:3-10.

His embassage to Huram for workmen and provision of stuff.

22:11-16.

Huram sends him a kind answer.

22:17-18.

Solomon employs strangers, as labourers, and overseers.

2 Chronicles chapter 3

23:1-2.

The place and time of building the temple.

23:3-10.

The measure and ornaments of the house.

23:11-13.

The cherubims.

23:14-17.

The vail and pillars.

2 Chronicles chapter 4

24:1.

The altar of brass.

24:2-5.

The molten sea upon twelve oxen.

24:6-8.

The ten lavers, candlesticks, and tables.

24:9-18.

The courts, and the instruments of brass.

24:19-22.

The instruments of gold.

2 Chronicles chapter 5

25:1.

The dedicated treasures.

25:2-10.

The solemn induction of the ark into the oracle.

25:11-14.

God being praised, gives a visible sign of his favour.

2 Chronicles chapter 6

26:1-11.

Solomon, having blessed the people, blesses God.

26:12-42.

Solomon's prayer in the consecration of the temple, upon the brasen scaffold, etc.

2 Chronicles chapter 7

27:1-3.

God having given testimony to Solomon's prayer by fire from heaven, and glory in the temple, the people worship him.

27:4-7.

Solomon's solemn sacrifice.

27:8-11.

Solomon having kept the feast of tabernacles, and the feast of dedication of the altar, dismisses the people.

27:12-22.

God appearing to Solomon, gives him promises upon condition.

2 Chronicles chapter 8

28:1-6.

Solomon's buildings.

28:7-10.

The Canaanites whiwere left, Solomon makes tributaries, but the Israelites rulers.

28:11.

Pharaoh's daughter removes to her house.

28:12-13.

Solomon's yearly solemn sacrifices.

28:14-16.

He appoints the priests and Levites to their places.

28:17-18.

The navy fetches gold from Ophir.

2 Chronicles chapter 9

29:1-12.

The queen of Sheba admires the wisdom of Solomon.

29:13-14.

Solomon's revenue in gold.

29:15-16.

His targets and shields.

29:17-19.

The throne of ivory.

29:20-22.

His vessels.

29:23-24.

His presents.

29:25.

His chariots and horse.

29:26-28.

His tributes.

29:29-31.

His reign and death.

2 Chronicles chapter 10

210:1-5.

The Israelites, assembled at Shechem to crown Rehoboam, by Jeroboam make a suit of relaxation unto him.

210:6-15.

Rehoboam, refusing the old mens' counsel, by the advice of young men answers them roughly.

210:16-19.

Ten tribes revolting, kill Hadoram, and make Rehoboam flee.

2 Chronicles chapter 11

211:1-4.

Rehoboam raising an army to subdue Israel, is forbidden by Shemaiah.

211:5-12.

He strengthens his kingdom with forts and provisions.

211:13-17.

The priests and Levites, and suas feared God, forsaken by Jeroboam, strengthen the kingdom of Judah.

211:18-23.

The wives and children of Rehoboam.

2 Chronicles chapter 12

212:1-4.

Rehoboam, forsaking the Lord, is punished by Shishak.

212:5-12.

He and the princes, repenting at the preaching of Shemaiah, are delivered from destruction, but not from spoil.

212:13-16.

The reign and death of Rehoboam.

2 Chronicles chapter 13

213:1-3.

Abijah succeeding makes war against Jeroboam.

213:4-12.

He declares the right of his cause.

213:13-20.

Trusting in God, he overcomes Jeroboam.

213:21-22.

The wives and children of Abijah.

2 Chronicles chapter 14

214:1-5.

Asa succeeding, destroys idolatry.

214:6-8.

Having peace, he strengthens his kingdom with forts and armies.

214:9-15.

Calling on God, he overthrows Zerah, and spoils the Ethiopians.

2 Chronicles chapter 15

215:1-15.

Asa, with Judah and many of Israel, moved by the prophecy of Azariah the son of Oded, make a solemn covenant with God.

215:16-17.

He puts down Maachah his mother for her idolatry.

215:18-19.

He brings dedicated things into the house of God, and enjoys a long peace.

2 Chronicles chapter 16

216:1-6.

Asa, by the aid of the Syrians, diverts Baasha from building Ramah.

216:7-10.

Being reproved thereof by Hanani, he puts him in prison.

216:11-12.

Among his other acts in his disease he seeks not to God, but to the physicians.

216:13-14.

His death and burial.

2 Chronicles chapter 17

217:1-6.

Jehoshaphat, succeeding Asa, reigns well, and prospers.

217:7-9.

He sends Levites with the princes to teaJudah.

217:10-11.

His enemies being terrified by God, some of them bring him presents and tribute.

217:12-19.

His greatness, captains, and armies.

2 Chronicles chapter 18

218:1-3.

Jehoshaphat, joined in affinity with Ahab, is persuaded to go with him against Ramoth-gilead.

218:4-34.

Ahab, seduced by false prophets, according to the word of Micaiah, is slain there.

2 Chronicles chapter 19

219:1-4.

Jehoshaphat, reproved by Jehu, visits his kingdom.

219:5-7.

His instructions to the judges;

219:8-11.

to the priests and Levites.

2 Chronicles chapter 20

220:1-4.

Jehoshaphat, invaded by Moab, proclaims a fast.

220:5-13.

His prayer.

220:14-19.

The prophecy of Jahaziel.

220:20-21.

Jehoshaphat exhorts the people, and sets singers to praise the Lord.

220:22-25.

The great overthrow of his enemies.

220:26-30.

The people, having blessed God at Berachah, return in triumph.

220:31-34.

Jehoshaphat's reign.

220:35-37.

His convoy of ships, according to the prophecy of Eliezer, unhappily perish.

2 Chronicles chapter 21

221:1-4.

Jehoram, succeeding Jehoshaphat, slays his brethren.

221:5-7.

His wicked reign.

221:8-11.

Edom and Libnah revolt.

221:12-15.

The prophecy of Elijah against him in writing.

221:16-17.

Philistines and Arabians oppress him.

221:18-20.

His incurable disease, infamous death, and burial.

2 Chronicles chapter 22

222:1-4.

Ahaziah succeeding, reigns wickedly.

222:5-9.

In his confederacy with Joram, the son of Ahab, he is slain by Jehu.

222:10-12.

Athaliah, destroying all the seed royal, save Joash, whom Jehoshabeath his aunt hid, usurps the kingdom.

2 Chronicles chapter 23

223:1-11.

Jehoiada, having set things in order, makes Joash king.

223:12-15.

Athaliah is slain.

223:16-21.

Jehoiada restores the worship of God.

2 Chronicles chapter 24

224:1-3.

Joash reigns well all the days of Jehoiada.

224:4-14.

He gives order for the repair of the temple.

224:15-16.

Jehoiada's death and honourable burial.

224:17-22.

Joash, falling into idolatry, slays Zechariah the son of Jehoiada.

224:23-26.

Joash is spoiled by the Syrians, and slain by Zabad and Jehozabad.

224:27.

Amaziah succeeds him.

2 Chronicles chapter 25

225:1-2.

Amaziah begins to reign well.

225:3-4.

He executes justice on the traitors.

225:5-10.

Having hired an army of Israelites against the Edomites, at the word of a prophet dismisses them.

225:11-12.

He overthrows the Edomites.

225:13.

The Israelites, discontented with their dismission, spoil as they return home.

225:14-16.

Amaziah, proud of his victory, serves the gods of Edom, and despises the admonitions of the prophet.

225:17-24.

He provokes Joash to his overthrow.

225:25-26.

His reign.

225:27-28.

He is slain by conspiracy.

2 Chronicles chapter 26

226:1-15.

Uzziah succeeding, and reigning well in the days of Zechariah, prospers.

226:16-21.

Waxing proud, he invades the priest's office, and is smitten with leprosy.

226:22-23.

He dies, and Jotham succeeds him.

2 Chronicles chapter 27

227:1-4.

Jotham reigning well, prospers.

227:5-6.

He subdues the Ammonites.

227:7-9.

His reign and death; Ahaz succeeds him.

2 Chronicles chapter 28

228:1-5.

Ahaz reigning very wickedly, is greatly afflicted by the Syrians.

228:6-15.

Judah being captivated by the Israelites, is sent home by the counsel of Oded the prophet.

228:16-21.

Ahaz sending for aid to Assyria, is not helped thereby.

228:22-25.

In his distress he grows more idolatrous.

228:26-27.

He dying, Hezekiah succeeds him.

2 Chronicles chapter 29

229:1-2.

Hezekiah's good reign.

229:3-4.

He restores religion.

229:5-11.

He exhorts the Levites.

229:12-19.

They sanctify themselves, and cleanse the house of God

229:20-36.

Hezekiah offers solemn sacrifices, wherein the Levites are more forward than the priests.

2 Chronicles chapter 30

230:1-12.

Hezekiah proclaims a solemn passover on the second month for Judah and Israel.

230:13-26.

The assembly, having destroyed the altars of idolatry, keep the feast fourteen days.

230:27.

The priests and Levites bless the people.

2 Chronicles chapter 31

231:1.

The people is forward in destroying idolatry.

231:2-4.

Hezekiah orders the courses of the priests and Levites, and provides for their work and maintenance.

231:5-10.

The people's forwardness in offerings and tithes.

231:11-19.

Hezekiah appoints officers to dispose of the tithes.

231:20-21.

The sincerity of Hezekiah.

2 Chronicles chapter 32

232:1-8.

Sennacherib invading Judah, Hezekiah fortifies himself, and encourages his people.

232:9-20.

Against the blasphemies of Sennacherib, Hezekiah and Isaiah pray.

232:21-23.

An angel destroys the host of the Assyrians.

232:24.

Hezekiah praying in his sickness, God gives him a sign of recovery.

232:25-26.

He waxing proud, is humbled by God.

232:27-30.

His wealth and works.

232:31.

His error in the ambassage of Babylon.

232:32-33.

He dying, Manasseh succeeds him.

2 Chronicles chapter 33

233:1-2.

Manasseh's wicked reign.

233:3-10.

He sets up idolatry, and will not be admonished.

233:11.

He is carried into Babylon.

233:12-17.

Upon his prayer to God he is released and puts down idolatry.

233:18-19.

His acts.

233:20.

He dying, Amon succeeds him;

233:21-24.

who is slain by his servants.

233:25.

The murderers being slain, Josiah succeeds him.

2 Chronicles chapter 34

234:1-2.

Josiah's good reign.

234:3-7.

He destroys idolatry.

234:8-13.

He takes order for the repair of the temple.

234:14-22.

Hilkiah, having found a book of the law, Josiah sends to Huldah to inquire of the Lord.

234:23-28.

Huldah prophesies the destruction of Jerusalem, but respite thereof in Josiah's time.

234:29-33.

Josiah, causing it to be read in a solemn assembly, renews the covenant with God.

2 Chronicles chapter 35

235:1-19.

Josiah keeps a most solemn passover.

235:20-24.

He provoking Pharaoh-necho, is slain at Megiddo.

235:25-27.

Lamentations for Josiah.

2 Chronicles chapter 36

236:1-4.

Jehoahaz succeeding, is deposed by Pharaoh, and carried into Egypt.

236:5-8.

Jehoiakim reigning ill, is carried bound into Babylon.

236:9-10.

Jehoiachin succeeding, reigns ill, and is brought into Babylon.

236:11-13.

Zedekiah succeeding, reigns ill, despises the prophets, and rebels against Nebuchadnezzar.

236:14-21.

Jerusalem, for the sins of the priests and the people, is wholly destroyed.

236:22-23.

The proclamation of Cyrus.