2 Chronicles 10:15

15 Rehoboam turned a deaf ear to the people. God was behind all this, confirming the message that he had given to Jeroboam son of Nebat through Ahijah of Shiloh.

2 Chronicles 10:15 Meaning and Commentary

2 Chronicles 12:15

(See Gill on 1 Kings 12:15).

2 Chronicles 10:15 In-Context

13 The king's answer was harsh and rude. He spurned the counsel of the elders
14 and went with the advice of the younger set: "If you think life under my father was hard, you haven't seen the half of it: my father thrashed you with whips; I'll beat you bloody with chains!"
15 Rehoboam turned a deaf ear to the people. God was behind all this, confirming the message that he had given to Jeroboam son of Nebat through Ahijah of Shiloh.
16 When all Israel realized that the king hadn't listened to a word they'd said, they stood up to him and said, Get lost, David! We've had it with you, son of Jesse! Let's get out of here, Israel, and fast! From now on, David, mind your own business.
17 Rehoboam continued to rule only those who lived in the towns of Judah.