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2 Kings 12:19 ASV
Now the rest of the acts of Joash, and all that he did, are they not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 BBE
Now the rest of the acts of Joash, and all he did, are they not recorded in the book of the history of the kings of Israel?
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2 Kings 12:19 CEB
The rest of Jehoash's deeds and all that he accomplished, aren't they written in the official records of Judah's kings?
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2 Kings 12:19 CJB
Other activities of Yo'ash and all his accomplishments are recorded in the Annals of the Kings of Y'hudah.
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2 Kings 12:19 RHE
And the rest of the acts of Joas, and all that he did, are they not written in the book of the words of the days of the kings of Juda?
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2 Kings 12:19 ESV
Now the rest of the acts of Joash and all that he did, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 GW
Isn't everything else about Joash--everything he did--written in the official records of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 GNT
Everything else that King Joash did is recorded in [The History of the Kings of Judah.]
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2 Kings 12:19 HNV
Now the rest of the acts of Yo'ash, and all that he did, aren't they written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Yehudah?
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2 Kings 12:19 CSB
The rest of the events of Joash's [reign], along with all his accomplishments, are written about in the Historical Record of Judah's Kings.
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2 Kings 12:19 KJV
And the rest of the acts of Joash, and all that he did , are they not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 LEB
Now the remainder of the acts of Joash and all that he did, are they not written in the scroll of the events of the days of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 NAS
Now the rest of the acts of Joash and all that he did, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 NCV
Everything else Joash did is written in the book of the history of the kings of Judah.
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2 Kings 12:19 NIRV
The other events of the rule of Joash are written down. Everything he did is written down. All of those things are written in the official records of the kings of Judah.
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2 Kings 12:19 NIV
As for the other events of the reign of Joash, and all he did, are they not written in the book of the annals of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 NKJV
Now the rest of the acts of Joash, and all that he did, are they not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 NLT
The rest of the events in Joash's reign and all his deeds are recorded in The Book of the History of the Kings of Judah.
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2 Kings 12:19 NRS
Now the rest of the acts of Joash, and all that he did, are they not written in the Book of the Annals of the Kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 RSV
Now the rest of the acts of Jo'ash, and all that he did, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 DBY
And the rest of the acts of Joash, and all that he did, are they not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 MSG
The rest of the life and times of Joash and all that he did are written in The Chronicles of the Kings of Judah.
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2 Kings 12:19 WBT
And the rest of the acts of Joash, and all that he did, [are] they not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 TMB
And the rest of the acts of Joash and all that he did, are they not written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 TNIV
As for the other events of the reign of Joash, and all he did, are they not written in the book of the annals of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 WEB
Now the rest of the acts of Joash, and all that he did, aren't they written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 WYC
Soothly the residue of the words of Joash, and all things that he did, whether these be not written in the book of [the] words of [the] days of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12:19 YLT
And the rest of the matters of Joash, and all that he did, are they not written on the book of the Chronicles of the kings of Judah?
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2 Kings 12 Commentary - Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Concise)

Chapter 12

Jehoash orders the repair of the temple. (1-16) He is slain by his servants. (17-21)

Verses 1-16 It is a great mercy to young people, especially to all young men of rank, like Jehoash, to have those about them who will instruct them to do what is right in the sight of the Lord; and they do wisely and well for themselves, when willing to be counselled and ruled. The temple was out of repair; Jehoash orders the repair of the temple. The king was zealous. God requires those who have power, to use it for the support of religion, the redress of grievances, and repairing of decays. The king employed the priests to manage, as most likely to be hearty in the work. But nothing was done effectually till the twenty-third year of his reign. Another method was therefore taken. When public distributions are made faithfully, public contributions will be made cheerfully. While they were getting all they could for the repair of the temple, they did not break in upon the stated maintenance of the priests. Let not the servants of the temple be starved, under colour of repairing the breaches of it. Those that were intrusted did the business carefully and faithfully. They did not lay it out in ornaments for the temple, till the other work was completed; hence we may learn, in all our expenses, to prefer that which is most needful, and, in dealing for the public, to deal as we would for ourselves.

Verses 17-21 Let us review the character of Jehoash, and consider what we may learn from it. When we see what a sad conclusion there was to so promising a beginning, it ought to make us seek into our spiritual declinings. If we know any thing of Christ as the foundation of our faith and hope, let us desire to know nothing but Christ. May the work of the blessed Spirit on our souls be manifest; may we see, feel, and be earnest, in seeking after Jesus in all his fulness, suitableness, and grace, that our souls may be brought over from dead works to serve the living and true God.

2 Kings 12 Commentary - Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

CHAPTER 12

2 Kings 12:1-18 . JEHOASH REIGNS WELL WHILE JEHOIADA LIVED.

2. Jehoash did that which was right in the sight of the Lord--so far as related to his outward actions and the policy of his government. But it is evident from the sequel of his history that the rectitude of his administration was owing more to the salutary influence of his preserver and tutor, Jehoiada, than to the honest and sincere dictates of his own mind.

3. But the high places were not taken away--The popular fondness for the private and disorderly rites performed in the groves and recesses of hills was so inveterate that even the most powerful monarchs had been unable to accomplish their suppression; no wonder that in the early reign of a young king, and after the gross irregularities that had been allowed during the maladministration of Athaliah, the difficulty of putting an end to the superstitions associated with "the high places" was greatly increased.

4. Jehoash said to the priests, &c.--There is here given an account of the measures which the young king took for repairing the temple by the levying of taxes: 1. "The money of every one that passeth the account," namely, half a shekel, as "an offering to the Lord" ( Exodus 30:13 ). 2. "The money that every man is set at," that is, the redemption price of every one who had devoted himself or any thing belonging to him to the Lord, and the amount of which was estimated according to certain rules ( Leviticus 27:1-8 ). 3. Free will or voluntary offerings made to the sanctuary. The first two were paid annually (see 2 Chronicles 24:5 ).

7-10. Why repair ye not the breaches of the house?--This mode of collection not proving so productive as was expected (the dilatoriness of the priests was the chief cause of the failure), a new arrangement was proposed. A chest was placed by the high priest at the entrance into the temple, into which the money given by the people for the repairs of the temple was to be put by the Levites who kept the door. The object of this chest was to make a separation between the money to be raised for the building from the other moneys destined for the general use of the priests, in the hope that the people would be more liberal in their contributions when it was known that their offerings would be devoted to the special purpose of making the necessary repairs. The duty of attending to this work was no longer to devolve on the priests, but to be undertaken by the king.

11, 12. they gave the money, being told, into the hands of them that did the work--The king sent his secretary along with an agent of the high priest to count the money in the chest from time to time ( 2 Chronicles 24:11 ), and deliver the amount to the overseers of the building, who paid the workmen and purchased all necessary materials. The custom of putting sums of certain amount in bags, which are labelled and sealed by a proper officer, is a common way of using the currency in Turkey and other Eastern countries.

13-16. Howbeit there were not made . . . bowls, &c.--When the repairs of the temple had been completed, the surplus was appropriated to the purchase of the temple furniture. The integrity of the overseers of the work being undoubted, no account was exacted of the way in which they applied the money given to them, while other moneys levied at the temple were left to the disposal of the priests as the law directed ( Leviticus 5:16 , Numbers 5:8 ).

17, 18. Then Hazael . . . fought against

2 Kings 12:19-21 . HE IS SLAIN.

20. his servants arose . . . and slew Joash in the house of