The rest of Asa's deeds, from beginning to end, are written in the official records of Israel's and Judah's kings.
In the thirty-ninth year of his rule, Asa developed a severe foot disease. But even in his illness he refused to seek the LORD and consulted doctors instead.
In the forty-first year of his rule, Asa lay down with his ancestors
He was buried in the tomb he had prepared for himself in David's City, and was laid on a bed filled with sweet spices and various kinds of perfume, with a huge fire made in his honor.