Abijah and his army inflicted heavy losses on them; there were 500,000 casualties among Israel's finest troops that day.
So Judah defeated Israel because they trusted in the LORD, the God of their ancestors.
Abijah and his army pursued Jeroboam's troops and captured some of his towns, including Bethel, Jeshanah, and Ephron, along with their surrounding villages.
So Jeroboam of Israel never regained his power during Abijah's lifetime, and finally the LORD struck him down and he died.
By contrast, Abijah of Judah grew more and more powerful. He married fourteen wives and had twenty-two sons and sixteen daughters.
The rest of the events of Abijah's reign, including his words and deeds, are recorded in The Commentary of Iddo the Prophet.