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  • Ahaziah had become king of Judah in the eleventh year of Jehoram son of Ahab. (2 Kings 9, 29)

  • There were seventy of Ahab's sons in Samaria. Jehu sent to Samaria, to the authorities of the city, to the elders and to the guardians of Ahab's children. He said, (2 Kings 10, 1)

  • Jehu then wrote them a second letter. He said, 'If you are for me and if you are prepared to accept orders from me, take the heads of the men of your master's family and come to me at Jezreel by this time tomorrow.' (There were seventy of Ahab's sons being educated there by the leading men of the city.) (2 Kings 10, 6)

  • Know, then, that nothing will fail to be fulfilled of the prophecy uttered by Yahweh against the House of Ahab; Yahweh has done what he said through his servant Elijah.' (2 Kings 10, 10)

  • Jehu then killed every member of the House of Ahab surviving in Jezreel, all his leading men, his close friends, his priests; he did not leave a single one alive. (2 Kings 10, 11)

  • When he entered Samaria, he killed all the survivors of Ahab's family there; he destroyed it, as Yahweh had told Elijah it would happen. (2 Kings 10, 17)

  • Then Jehu assembled all the people. 'Ahab did Baal some small service,' he said, 'but Jehu will do him a great one. (2 Kings 10, 18)

  • Yahweh said to Jehu, 'Since you have done well in carrying out what pleases me, and have done everything I required to be done to the House of Ahab, your sons will occupy the throne of Israel down to the fourth generation.' (2 Kings 10, 30)

  • He rebuilt the high places which his father Hezekiah had destroyed, he set up altars to Baal and made a sacred pole as Ahab king of Israel had done, he worshipped the whole array of heaven and served it. (2 Kings 21, 3)

  • Over Jerusalem I shall stretch the same measuring line as over Samaria, the same plumb-rule as for the House of Ahab; I shall scour Jerusalem as someone scours a dish and, having scoured it, turns it upside down. (2 Kings 21, 13)

  • Although Jehoshaphat enjoyed great wealth and honour, he allied himself by marriage to Ahab. (2 Chronicles 18, 1)

  • After some years he paid a visit to Ahab in Samaria. Ahab slaughtered an immense number of sheep and oxen for him and his retinue, to induce him to attack Ramoth-Gilead. (2 Chronicles 18, 2)


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