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27 When Ahaz died, he was buried in Jerusalem but not in the royal cemetery of the kings of Judah. Then his son Hezekiah became the next king.

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20 Jehoram was thirty-two years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem eight years. No one was sorry when he died. They buried him in the City of David, but not in the royal cemetery.

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25 The Arameans withdrew, leaving Joash severely wounded. But his own officials plotted to kill him for murdering the son[a] 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.

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  1. 24:25 As in Greek version and Latin Vulgate; Hebrew reads sons.

We have happy memories of the godly,
    but the name of a wicked person rots away.

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20 When Manasseh died, he was buried in his palace. Then his son Amon became the next king.

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23 When Uzziah died, he was buried with his ancestors; his grave was in a nearby burial field belonging to the kings, for the people said, “He had leprosy.” And his son Jotham became the next king.

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30 “Therefore, the Lord, the God of Israel, says: I promised that your branch of the tribe of Levi[a] would always be my priests. But I will honor those who honor me, and I will despise those who think lightly of me.

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  1. 2:30 Hebrew that your house and your father’s house.

A Message about Philistia

28 This message came to me the year King Ahaz died:[a]

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Footnotes

  1. 14:28 King Ahaz died in 715 B.c.

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