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2 Chronicles 26

NLT 1 All the people of Judah had crowned Amaziah’s sixteen-year-old son, Uzziah, as king in place of his father. NIV 1 Then all the people of Judah took Uzziah, who was sixteen years old, and made him king in place of his father Amaziah. NLT 2 After his father’s death, Uzziah rebuilt the town of Elath and restored it to Judah. NIV 2 He was the one who rebuilt Elath and restored it to Judah after Amaziah rested with his fathers. NLT 3 Uzziah was sixteen years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem fifty-two years. His mother was Jecoliah from Jerusalem. NIV 3 Uzziah was sixteen years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem fifty-two years. His mother's name was Jecoliah; she was from Jerusalem. NLT 4 He did what was pleasing in the ’s sight, just as his father, Amaziah, had done. NIV 4 He did what was right in the eyes of the LORD, just as his father Amaziah had done. NLT 5 Uzziah sought God during the days of Zechariah, who taught him to fear God. And as long as the king sought guidance from the , God gave him success. NIV 5 He sought God during the days of Zechariah, who instructed him in the fear of God. As long as he sought the LORD, God gave him success. NLT 6 Uzziah declared war on the Philistines and broke down the walls of Gath, Jabneh, and Ashdod. Then he built new towns in the Ashdod area and in other parts of Philistia. NIV 6 He went to war against the Philistines and broke down the walls of Gath, Jabneh and Ashdod. He then rebuilt towns near Ashdod and elsewhere among the Philistines. NLT 7 God helped him in his wars against the Philistines, his battles with the Arabs of Gur, and his wars with the Meunites. NIV 7 God helped him against the Philistines and against the Arabs who lived in Gur Baal and against the Meunites. NLT 8 The Meunites paid annual tribute to him, and his fame spread even to Egypt, for he had become very powerful. NIV 8 The Ammonites brought tribute to Uzziah, and his fame spread as far as the border of Egypt, because he had become very powerful. NLT 9 Uzziah built fortified towers in Jerusalem at the Corner Gate, at the Valley Gate, and at the angle in the wall. NIV 9 Uzziah built towers in Jerusalem at the Corner Gate, at the Valley Gate and at the angle of the wall, and he fortified them. NLT 10 He also constructed forts in the wilderness and dug many water cisterns, because he kept great herds of livestock in the foothills of Judah and on the plains. He was also a man who loved the soil. He had many workers who cared for his farms and vineyards, both on the hillsides and in the fertile valleys. NIV 10 He also built towers in the desert and dug many cisterns, because he had much livestock in the foothills and in the plain. He had people working his fields and vineyards in the hills and in the fertile lands, for he loved the soil. NLT 11 Uzziah had an army of well-trained warriors, ready to march into battle, unit by unit. This army had been mustered and organized by Jeiel, the secretary of the army, and his assistant, Maaseiah. They were under the direction of Hananiah, one of the king’s officials. NIV 11 Uzziah had a well-trained army, ready to go out by divisions according to their numbers as mustered by Jeiel the secretary and Maaseiah the officer under the direction of Hananiah, one of the royal officials. NLT 12 These regiments of mighty warriors were commanded by 2,600 clan leaders. NIV 12 The total number of family leaders over the fighting men was 2,600. NLT 13 The army consisted of 307,500 men, all elite troops. They were prepared to assist the king against any enemy. NIV 13 Under their command was an army of 307,500 men trained for war, a powerful force to support the king against his enemies. NLT 14 Uzziah provided the entire army with shields, spears, helmets, coats of mail, bows, and sling stones. NIV 14 Uzziah provided shields, spears, helmets, coats of armor, bows and slingstones for the entire army. NLT 15 And he built structures on the walls of Jerusalem, designed by experts to protect those who shot arrows and hurled large stones from the towers and the corners of the wall. His fame spread far and wide, for the gave him marvelous help, and he became very powerful. NIV 15 In Jerusalem he made machines designed by skillful men for use on the towers and on the corner defenses to shoot arrows and hurl large stones. His fame spread far and wide, for he was greatly helped until he became powerful. NLT 16 But when he had become powerful, he also became proud, which led to his downfall. He sinned against the his God by entering the sanctuary of the ’s Temple and personally burning incense on the incense altar. NIV 16 But after Uzziah became powerful, his pride led to his downfall. He was unfaithful to the LORD his God, and entered the temple of the LORD to burn incense on the altar of incense. NLT 17 Azariah the high priest went in after him with eighty other priests of the , all brave men. NIV 17 Azariah the priest with eighty other courageous priests of the LORD followed him in. NLT 18 They confronted King Uzziah and said, “It is not for you, Uzziah, to burn incense to the . That is the work of the priests alone, the descendants of Aaron who are set apart for this work. Get out of the sanctuary, for you have sinned. The God will not honor you for this!” NIV 18 They confronted him and said, "It is not right for you, Uzziah, to burn incense to the LORD. That is for the priests, the descendants of Aaron, who have been consecrated to burn incense. Leave the sanctuary, for you have been unfaithful; and you will not be honored by the LORD God." NLT 19 Uzziah, who was holding an incense burner, became furious. But as he was standing there raging at the priests before the incense altar in the ’s Temple, leprosy suddenly broke out on his forehead. NIV 19 Uzziah, who had a censer in his hand ready to burn incense, became angry. While he was raging at the priests in their presence before the incense altar in the LORD's temple, leprosy broke out on his forehead. NLT 20 When Azariah the high priest and all the other priests saw the leprosy, they rushed him out. And the king himself was eager to get out because the had struck him. NIV 20 When Azariah the chief priest and all the other priests looked at him, they saw that he had leprosy on his forehead, so they hurried him out. Indeed, he himself was eager to leave, because the LORD had afflicted him. NLT 21 So King Uzziah had leprosy until the day he died. He lived in isolation in a separate house, for he was excluded from the Temple of the . His son Jotham was put in charge of the royal palace, and he governed the people of the land. NIV 21 King Uzziah had leprosy until the day he died. He lived in a separate house--leprous, and excluded from the temple of the LORD. Jotham his son had charge of the palace and governed the people of the land. NLT 22 The rest of the events of Uzziah’s reign, from beginning to end, are recorded by the prophet Isaiah son of Amoz. NIV 22 The other events of Uzziah's reign, from beginning to end, are recorded by the prophet Isaiah son of Amoz. NLT 23 When Uzziah died, he was buried with his ancestors; his grave was in a nearby burial field belonging to the kings, for the people said, “He had leprosy.” And his son Jotham became the next king. NIV 23 Uzziah rested with his fathers and was buried near them in a field for burial that belonged to the kings, for people said, "He had leprosy." And Jotham his son succeeded him as king.