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  • He cried out against the altar the word of the LORD: "O altar, altar, the LORD says, 'A child shall be born to the house of David, Josiah by name, who shall slaughter upon you the priests of the high places who offer sacrifice upon you, and he shall burn human bones upon you.'" (1 Kings 13, 2)

  • but the people of the land then slew all who had conspired against King Amon, and proclaimed his son Josiah king in his stead. (2 Kings 21, 24)

  • He was buried in his own grave in the garden of Uzza, and his son Josiah succeeded him as king. (2 Kings 21, 26)

  • Josiah was eight years old when he began to reign, and he reigned thirty-one years in Jerusalem. His mother's name was Jedidah, daughter of Adaiah of Bozkath. (2 Kings 22, 1)

  • In his eighteenth year, King Josiah sent the scribe Shaphan, son of Azaliah, son of Meshullam, to the temple of the LORD with orders to (2 Kings 22, 3)

  • When Josiah turned and saw the graves there on the mountainside, he ordered the bones taken from the graves and burned on the altar, and thus defiled it in fulfillment of the word of the LORD which the man of God had proclaimed as Jeroboam was standing by the altar on the feast day. When the king looked up and saw the grave of the man of God who had proclaimed these words, (2 Kings 23, 16)

  • Josiah also removed all the shrines on the high places near the cities of Samaria which the kings of Israel had erected, thereby provoking the LORD; he did the very same to them as he had done in Bethel. (2 Kings 23, 19)

  • until the eighteenth year of king Josiah, when this Passover of the LORD was kept in Jerusalem. (2 Kings 23, 23)

  • Further, Josiah did away with the consultation of ghosts and spirits, with the household gods, idols, and all the other horrors to be seen in the land of Judah and in Jerusalem, so that he might carry out the stipulations of the law written in the book that the priest Hilkiah had found in the temple of the LORD. (2 Kings 23, 24)

  • The rest of the acts of Josiah, with all that he did, are written in the book of the chronicles of the kings of Judah. (2 Kings 23, 28)

  • In his time Pharaoh Neco, king of Egypt, went up toward the river Euphrates to the king of Assyria. King Josiah set out to confront him, but was slain at Megiddo at the first encounter. (2 Kings 23, 29)

  • His servants brought his body on a chariot from Megiddo to Jerusalem, where they buried him in his own grave. Then the people of the land took Jehoahaz, son of Josiah, anointed him, and proclaimed him king to succeed his father. (2 Kings 23, 30)

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