Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - 2 Kings 18|
| 1 ||Hezekiah's good reign. |
| 4 ||He destroys idolatry, and prospers. |
| 9 ||The inhabitants of Samaria are carried captive for their sins. |
|13 ||Sennacherib invading Judah, is pacified by a tribute. |
|17 ||Rab-shakeh, by blasphemous persuasions, solicits the people to revolt. |
2 Kings 18:19 (King James Version)
And Rabshakeh said unto them, Speak ye now to Hezekiah, Thus saith the great king, the king of Assyria, What confidence is this wherein thou trustest?
- He was the chief speaker, being a very eloquent man, and, according to the Hebrews, whom Procopius follows, an apostate Jew; which is not improbable, as he spoke Hebrew so fluently; and when he blasphemed the Divine Majesty, the king and nobles rent their clothes, which was usual unless the blasphemer were an Israelite.
- Thus saith
- 2 Chronicles 32:10 ; Isaiah 10:8-14 ; 36:4 37:13 Daniel 4:30
- What confidence
- 2 Kings 18:22 2 Kings 18:29 2 Kings 18:30 ; 19:10 2 Chronicles 32:7 2 Chronicles 32:8 2 Chronicles 32:10 2 Chronicles 32:11 2 Chronicles 32:14-16 ; Psalms 4:2 ; Isaiah 36:4 Isaiah 36:7 ; 37:10