Asa returning from the battle, and with the spoil of the enemy, was met
by a prophet of the Lord, who encouraged him to go on with the work of
reformation, promising the presence and help of God with him,
\\#2Ch 15:1-7\\, which inspired him with fresh courage, and he went about
the work with great alacrity; and having offered sacrifices, he and his
people entered into a solemn covenant with the Lord, to serve him,
\\#2Ch 15:8-15\\ upon which he destroyed his mother's idol, brought the
dedicated things into the house of God, and the effect of this was
peace for a long time, \\#2Ch 15:16-19\\.