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2 Chronicles 24:19-25

NLT 19 Yet the sent prophets to bring them back to him. The prophets warned them, but still the people would not listen. NIV 19 Although the LORD sent prophets to the people to bring them back to him, and though they testified against them, they would not listen. NLT 20 Then the Spirit of God came upon Zechariah son of Jehoiada the priest. He stood before the people and said, “This is what God says: Why do you disobey the ’s commands and keep yourselves from prospering? You have abandoned the , and now he has abandoned you!” NIV 20 Then the Spirit of God came upon Zechariah son of Jehoiada the priest. He stood before the people and said, "This is what God says: 'Why do you disobey the LORD's commands? You will not prosper. Because you have forsaken the LORD, he has forsaken you.' " NLT 21 Then the leaders plotted to kill Zechariah, and King Joash ordered that they stone him to death in the courtyard of the ’s Temple. NIV 21 But they plotted against him, and by order of the king they stoned him to death in the courtyard of the LORD's temple. NLT 22 That was how King Joash repaid Jehoiada for his loyalty—by killing his son. Zechariah’s last words as he died were, “May the see what they are doing and avenge my death!” NIV 22 King Joash did not remember the kindness Zechariah's father Jehoiada had shown him but killed his son, who said as he lay dying, "May the LORD see this and call you to account." NLT 23 In the spring of the year the Aramean army marched against Joash. They invaded Judah and Jerusalem and killed all the leaders of the nation. Then they sent all the plunder back to their king in Damascus. NIV 23 At the turn of the year, the army of Aram marched against Joash; it invaded Judah and Jerusalem and killed all the leaders of the people. They sent all the plunder to their king in Damascus. NLT 24 Although the Arameans attacked with only a small army, the helped them conquer the much larger army of Judah. The people of Judah had abandoned the , the God of their ancestors, so judgment was carried out against Joash. NIV 24 Although the Aramean army had come with only a few men, the LORD delivered into their hands a much larger army. Because Judah had forsaken the LORD, the God of their fathers, judgment was executed on Joash. NLT 25 The Arameans withdrew, leaving Joash severely wounded. But his own officials plotted to kill him for murdering the son of Jehoiada the priest. They assassinated him as he lay in bed. Then he was buried in the City of David, but not in the royal cemetery. NIV 25 When the Arameans withdrew, they left Joash severely wounded. His officials conspired against him for murdering the son of Jehoiada the priest, and they killed him in his bed. So he died and was buried in the City of David, but not in the tombs of the kings.