|Overview - 2 Kings 13|
|1||Jehoahaz's wicked reign.|
|3||Jehoahaz, oppressed by Hazael, is relieved by prayer.|
|8||Joash succeeds him.|
|10||His wicked reign.|
|12||Jeroboam succeeds him.|
|14||Elisha dying, prophesies to Joash three victories over the Syrians.|
|20||The Moabites invading the land, Elisha's bones raise a dead man.|
|22||Joash gets three victories over Ben-hadad.|
2 Kings 13:10 (King James Version)
In the thirty and seventh year of Joash king of Judah began Jehoash the son of Jehoahaz to reign over Israel in Samaria, and reigned sixteen years.
- In the thirty Joash, the son of Jehoahaz, was associated with his father in the government two years before his death. It is this association that is spoken of here. Joash reigned sixteen years which include the years he reigned conjointly with his father.
- began Jehoash
- "In consort with his father ch. 14:1 ."
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