Complete Who's Who in the Bible, The by Paul Douglas Gardner

By Paul Douglas Gardner

Who is who's a very good source for research or excitement! It includes all people within the Bible and what's stated approximately them with the addresses of the verses. it truly is nice as a way to refresh your brain a couple of individual and their tale. we will research a lot from what they did or did not do! i've got given this booklet as a present to humans of every age they usually have additionally actually loved it!

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Above, this Ahaziah was also known as Jehoahaz. He succeeded his father Jehoram as King of Judah, but for less than a year (around 844 BC). 'He walked in the ways of the house of Ahab and did evil in the eyes of the L O R D . ' (2 Kings 8:27). Given the influence of his mother, Athaliah daughter of the evil King Ahab of Israel, his conduct was perhaps not surprising. He was murdered by Jehu's followers after 2. The great-great-grandson of King Saul (see 1 Chron. ). v. 28 visiting his sick uncle Joram (also called Jehoram), king of Israel.

The first occurrence of the word is in Gen. 1:26-27. There the NIVhas 'Let us make man,' in common with the views of many commentators. In Gen. 2:20 the NIV opts for 'Adam' but gives a footnote suggesting the alternative 'man'. Adam was created by God and was the first man to inhabit the newly created earth. In the opening chapters of Genesis that creation is described. Man is clearly distinguished from the rest of the animal creation. He was made 'in the image of God' and was given dominion over the rest of creation (Gen.

Saul had put many Gibeonites to death. Rehoboam's demands and was stoned to death (1 Kings 12:18, 2 Chron. 18). G. , 'my lord is righteousness') is remembered because his call to battle led to a demonstration of God's great power and miraculous work for his people in Israel, and to the defeat of the Amorites. He was king of Jerusalem at the time when Joshua led the Israelites into Canaan. His fear of the Israelites increased when he heard that the people of Gibeon, a strong and well-fortified city, had made a peace treaty with Joshua.

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