Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - 2 Chronicles 28|
| 1 ||Ahaz reigning very wickedly, is greatly afflicted by the Syrians. |
| 6 ||Judah being captivated by the Israelites, is sent home by the counsel of Oded the prophet. |
|16 ||Ahaz sending for aid to Assyria, is not helped thereby. |
|22 ||In his distress he grows more idolatrous. |
|26 ||He dying, Hezekiah succeeds him. |
2 Chronicles 28:27 (King James Version)
And Ahaz slept with his fathers, and they buried him in the city, even in Jerusalem: but they brought him not into the sepulchres of the kings of Israel: and Hezekiah his son reigned in his stead.
- M. 3278. B.C. 726. they brought.
- 21:20 26:23 33:20 1 Samuel 2:30 ; Proverbs 10:7
- the kings of Israel
- Or, "the kings of Judah;" the name Israel being sometimes applied by the writer of this book, in a general way, to Judah. The Hebrews were accustomed to honour the memory of those kings who had reigned well, by depositing their remains in the royal cemetery. On the contrary, those who died under the disapprobation of the people, as a mark of posthumous disgrace, were denied interment with their predecessors, and were buried in some other place in Jerusalem. So it was with Ahaz, who, though brought into the city, was not buried in the sepulchres of the kings of Judah. It was doubtless with a design to make a suitable impression on the minds of their kings while living, that such distinctions were observed. They might thus restrain them from evil, or excite them to good, according as they were fearful of being execrated, or desirous of being honoured, when dead.