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    1 Abijah being sick, Jeroboam sends his wife, disguised, with presents to the prophet Ahijah at Shiloh. 5 Ahijah, forewarned by God, denounces God's judgment. 17 Abijah dies, and is buried. 19 Nadab succeeds Jeroboam. 21 Rehoboam's wicked reign. 25 Shishak spoils Jerusalem. 29 Abijam succeeds Rehoboam. VERSE 1 - that time. * 1Ki 13:33,34 - the son. * :12,13 Ex 20:5 1Sa 4:19,20; 31:2 2Sa 12:15 VERSE 2 - disguise thyself. * :5,6; 22:30 1Sa 28:8 2Sa 14:2 2Ch 18:29 Lu 12:2 - Ahijah. See on ch. * 1Ki 11:29-38 VERSE 3 - And take. * 1Ki 13:7 1Sa 9:7,8 2Ki 4:42; 5:5,15; 8:7-9 - with thee. Heb. in thine hand. cracknels. or, cakes. {Nikkoodim,} spotted, or perforated cakes; either, as some suppose, thin cakes pierced through with holes, the same as is called Jews' bread to the present day, and used by them at the passover; or, as Mr. Harmer imagines, cakes spotted with seeds, as with sesamum, Roman coriander, etc., such as he proves from Rauwolff, Russell, and Hanway, are still used in the East. This was certainly not a present that proclaimed royalty; but it does not appear to have been, in the estimation of the East, a present only fit for a country woman to have made, as Bp. Patrick supposes: for D'Arvieux informs us, that when he waited on an Arab emir, his mother and sisters sent him a present of pastry, honey, and fresh butter, with a bason of sweetmeats of Damascus. - cruse. or, bottle. he shall tell. * 2Ki 1:2; 8:8 Lu 7:2,3 Joh 4:47,48; 11:3 VERSE 4 - Shiloh. * 1Ki 11:29 Jos 18:1 1Sa 4:3,4 Jer 7:12-14 - for his eyes. * Ge 27:1; 48:10 De 34:7 1Sa 3:2; 4:15 Ps 90:10 Ec 12:3 - were set by reason of his age. Heb. stood for his hoariness. VERSE 5 - the Lord. * 2Ki 4:27; 6:8-12 Ps 139:1-4 Pr 21:30 Am 3:7 Ac 10:19,20 VERSE 6 - thou wife. * Job 5:13 Ps 33:10 - why feignest. * :2,5 Eze 14:3-5,7,8 Lu 20:20-23 Ac 5:3-5,9,10 Heb 4:13 - for I am. * :10,11; 13:20-22; 20:42; 21:18-24; 22:8 1Sa 15:16,26; 28:18 * Jer 21:2-7 Eze 2:4,5 Da 4:19-25; 4:19-25; 5:17-28 Mr 14:21 - heavy tidings. Heb. hard tidings. VERSE 7 - Forasmuch. * 1Ki 12:24; 16:2 1Sa 2:27-30; 15:16 2Sa 12:7,8 VERSE 8 - rent. * 1Ki 11:30,31 - my servant David. * 1Ki 3:14; 11:33-38; 15:5 2Ch 17:3; 28:1 Ac 13:22,36 VERSE 9 - hast done. * :16; 12:28; 13:33,34; 15:34; 16:31 - thou hast gone. * De 32:16,17,21 Jud 5:8 2Ch 11:15 Ps 106:19,20; 115:4-8 * Isa 44:9-20 Jer 10:14-16 - to provoke. * :22 De 9:8-16,24 2Ki 21:3; 23:26 2Ch 33:6 Ps 78:40,56; 106:29 * Jer 7:9,10 Eze 8:3,17 1Co 10:22 - cast me. * Ne 9:26 Ps 50:17 Eze 23:35 VERSE 10 - I will bring. * 1Ki 15:25-30 Am 3:6 - him that pisseth. * 1Ki 16:11; 21:21 1Sa 25:22,34 2Ki 9:8,9 - him that is shut up. * De 32:36 2Ki 14:26 - as a man taketh. * 1Sa 2:30 2Ki 9:37; 21:13 Job 20:7 Ps 83:10 Isa 5:25; 14:19,23 * Jer 8:2 Eze 26:4 Zep 1:17 Mal 2:3 Lu 14:34,35 VERSE 11 - that dieth. * 1Ki 16:4; 21:19,23,24 Isa 66:24 Jer 15:3 Eze 39:17-19 Re 19:17,18 VERSE 12 - when thy feet. * :3,16,17 2Ki 1:6,16 Joh 4:50-52 VERSE 13 - shall mourn. * Nu 20:29 Jer 22:10,18 - there is found. * 2Ch 12:12; 19:3 Job 19:28 Eze 18:14-32 Phm 6 1:6 2Pe 2:8,9 VERSE 14 - the Lord. * 1Ki 15:27-29 - but what. * Ec 8:11 Eze 7:2-7; 12:22-28 Jas 9 5:9 2Pe 2:3 VERSE 15 - the Lord. * 1Sa 12:25 2Ki 17:6,7 - as a reed. * Mt 11:7 Lu 7:24 - root up Israel. * De 29:28 Ps 52:5 Pr 2:22 Am 2:9 Zep 2:4 Mt 15:13 - this good land. * Le 26:32-34,43 De 4:26,27; 28:36,63-68; 29:24-28 Jos 23:15,16 - shall scatter. * 2Ki 15:29; 17:6,23; 18:11,12 Am 5:27 Ac 7:43 - beyond the river. i.e., Beyond the river Euphrates. because. * Ex 34:13,14 De 12:3,4 Isa 1:28,29 - provoking. See on ver. * :9,23,24 VERSE 16 - he shall give Israel. * Ps 81:12 Isa 40:24 Ho 9:11,12,16,17 - who did sin. * 1Ki 12:30; 13:34; 15:30,34; 16:2 Ex 32:21,35 Jer 5:31 Ho 5:11,12 * Mic 6:16 Mt 18:7 Ro 14:13 VERSE 17 - Tirzah. Tirzah was a city of Ephraim, to which tribe Jeroboam belonged; and appears to have been pleasantly situated, as it is said in So 6:4, "Thou art beautiful, O my love, as Tirzah," though its precise situation cannot now be ascertained. It seems to have been the royal city, and the seat of government for a long time after the revolt of the ten tribes, till Omri built Samaria. * 1Ki 15:21,33; 16:6,8,9,15,23 Jos 12:24 So 6:4 - when she came. See on ver. * :12,13 1Sa 2:20-34; 4:18-20 VERSE 18 VERSE 19 - A.M. 3029-3050. B.C. 975-954. how he warred. * :30 2Ch 13:2-20 - book. * :29; 15:31; 16:5,14,20,27; 22:39 1Ch 27:24 Es 6:1 VERSE 20 - slept. Heb. lay down. * 1Ki 2:10; 11:43 Job 14:12 Ps 3:5; 4:8 - Nadab. * 1Ki 15:25-31 VERSE 21 - Rehoboam. * 1Ki 11:43 2Ch 12:13; 13:7 - the city. See on ch. * 1Ki 8:16,44; 11:36 Ps 78:68,69; 87:1,2; 132:13,14 Isa 12:6 - to put his name. See on * Ex 20:24 De 12:5,21 - Naamah. * :31 De 23:3 2Ch 12:13 VERSE 22 - Judah. * Jud 3:7,12; 4:1 2Ki 17:19 2Ch 12:1 Jer 3:7-11 - they provoked. See on ver. * :9 De 4:24; 29:28; 32:16-21 Ps 78:58 Isa 65:3,4 1Co 10:22 - all. * 1Ki 16:30 2Ki 21:11 Eze 16:47,48 VERSE 23 - built. * 1Ki 3:2 De 12:2 Isa 57:5 Eze 16:24,25; 20:28,29 - images. or, standing images, or statues. * Le 26:1 - groves. * Mic 5:14 De 12:2 2Ki 17:9,10; 21:3-7 2Ch 28:4 Jer 17:2 - under every. * Isa 57:5 Jer 3:13 VERSE 24 - And there. * 1Ki 15:12; 22:46 Ge 19:5 De 23:17 Jud 19:22 2Ki 23:7 Ro 1:24-27 * 1Co 6:9 VERSE 25 - A.M. 3034. B.C. 970. Shishak. * 1Ki 11:40 2Ch 12:2-4 VERSE 26 - he took away. See on ch. * 1Ki 7:51; 15:18 2Ki 24:13 2Ch 12:9-11 Ps 39:6; 89:35-45 - the shields of gold. * 1Ki 10:16,17 2Ch 9:15,16 Pr 23:5 Ec 2:18,19 VERSE 27 - made. * La 4:1,2 - guard. Heb. runners. * :1,5; 18:46 1Sa 8:11; 22:17 2Sa 15:1 VERSE 28 - the guard chamber. * 2Ch 12:11 VERSE 29 - A.M. 3029-3046. B.C. 975-958. are they not written. See on ver. * :19; 11:41; 15:23; 22:45 2Ch 12:15 VERSE 30 * 1Ki 12:24; 15:6,7 2Ch 12:15 VERSE 31 - A.M. 3046. B.C. 958. Rehoboam. See on ver. * :20; 11:43; 15:3,24; 22:50 2Ch 12:16 - his mother's. See on ver. * :21 - Abijam. Dr. Kennicott observes, that the name of this king of Judah is now expressed three ways; here and in four other places, it is Abijam; in two others (2 Ch 20 13:20, 21) it is Abijahu; but in eleven others it is Abijah or Abiah, as it is expressed by St. Matthew, (ch. 7 1:7,) [ ;] and this is the reading of thirteen of Kennicott's and De Rossi's MSS., and of thirteen respectable editions of the Hebrew Bible. The Syriac is the same. The Septuagint in the London Polyglott has [ ,] Abihu; but in the Complutensian and Antwerp Polyglotts it has [ ,] Abiah; and the Editio Princeps of the Vulgate, some MSS. and the text in these two Polyglotts, instead of Abiam, have Abia. * 1Ch 3:10 - Abia. * 2Ch 12:16 - Abijah. * Mt 1:7 - Abia. GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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