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Is thy servant a dog, that he should do this great thing?
2 Kings viii. 13.
2 Kings
The Holy Bible: King James Version
Israel was conquered by Assyria in 721 B.C. Judah was defeated by Babylon in 586 B.C. These events were seen as judgment upon the people because they did not follow the laws of God.
Bibliographic Record



1  The Death of Ahaziah
2  Elisha Succeeds Elijah
3  The Reign of Jehoram of Israel
Elisha Predicts Victory over Moab
4  The Widow's Oil
Elisha and the Shunammite Woman
Elisha's Miracles for the Prophets
5  The Cure of Naaman's Leprosy
6  The Axe Head Made to Float
Elisha and the Syrians
Elisha and the Siege of Samaria
8  The Shunammite Woman's Land Restored
Hazael Becomes King of Syria
The Reign of Jehoram of Judah
The Reign of Ahaziah of Judah
9  Jehu Anointed King of Israel
Jehu Kills Joram
Jehu Kills Ahaziah
The Death of Jezebel
10  Jehu Destroys the House of Ahab
Jehu Wipes Out the Worship of Baal
11  Athaliah Usurps the Throne
12  The Reign of Jehoash of Judah
13  The Reign of Jehoahaz
The Reign of Jehoash of Israel
Elisha's Final Prophecy and Death
14  The Reign of Amaziah
The Reign of Jeroboam
15  The Reign of Azariah
The Reign of Zachariah
The Reign of Shallum
The Reign of Menahem
The Reign of Pekahiah
The Reign of Pekah
The Reign of Jotham
16  The Reign of Ahaz
17  The Fall of Samaria and the Captivity of Israel
The Repopulation of Samaria
18  The Reign of Hezekiah
The Fall of Samaria
The Invasion of Sennacherib
19  Judah Delivered from Sennacherib
20  Hezekiah's Sickness
Hezekiah Receives Envoys from Babylon
The Death of Hezekiah
21  The Reign of Manasseh
The Reign of Amon
22  The Reign of Josiah
The Book of the Law Discovered
23  Josiah's Reforms
The Passover Kept
The LORD's Persistent Anger against Judah
The Death of Josiah
The Reign and Dethronement of Jehoahaz
The Reign of Jehoiakim
24  Jehoiachin and the Nobles Taken Captive to Babylon
The Reign of Zedekiah
25  The Fall of Jerusalem
The Captivity of Judah
The Remnant Flee to Egypt
Jehoiachin Released and Honored in Babylon


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