This chapter begins with the good reign of Josiah, the reformation he
made in the land, purging it from idolatry, \\#2Ch 34:1-7\\, relates
the orders he gave to repair the house of the Lord, which was
accordingly done, \\#2Ch 34:8-13\\, when the book of the law was found
and brought to him, which greatly affected him, \\#2Ch 34:12-19\\, upon
which he deputed some persons to inquire of the Lord, who did of Huldah
the prophetess, to whom she gave an answer, which they returned to the
king, \\#2Ch 34:20-28\\ and the chapter is concluded with an account of
reading the book in the ears of all the people, and of the king, and
then making a covenant with the Lord to serve him, \\#2Ch 34:27-33\\.

Of these two verses, \\see Gill on "2Ki 22:1"\\,
\\see Gill on "2Ki 22:2"\\.