For three years there was no war between Aram and Isra'el.
Then, in the third year, Y'hoshafat the king of Y'hudah came down to the king of Isra'el.
The king of Isra'el said to his servants, "Are you aware that Ramot-Gil'ad belongs to us; yet, we're doing nothing to recover it from the king of Aram?"
He said to Y'hoshafat, "Will you go with me to attack Ramot-Gil'ad?" Y'hoshafat answered the king of Isra'el, "I'm with you all the way; think of my troops and horses as yours."
But Y'hoshafat said to the king of Isra'el, "First, we should seek the word of ADONAI."
So the king of Isra'el assembled the prophets, about 400 men. "Should I attack Ramot-Gil'ad?" he asked them, "Or should I hold off?" They said, "Attack! Adonai will hand it over to the king."