2-kings 14 :29

2-kings 14 :29 Translations

King James Version (KJV)

And Jeroboam slept with his fathers, even with the kings of Israel; and Zachariah his son reigned in his stead.

American King James Version (AKJV)

And Jeroboam slept with his fathers, even with the kings of Israel; and Zachariah his son reigned in his stead.

American Standard Version (ASV)

And Jeroboam slept with his fathers, even with the kings of Israel; and Zechariah his son reigned in his stead.

Basic English Translation (BBE)

And Jeroboam went to rest with his fathers, and was put into the earth with the kings of Israel; and Zechariah his son became king in his place.

Webster's Revision

And Jeroboam slept with his fathers, even with the kings of Israel; and Zachariah his son reigned in his stead.

World English Bible

Jeroboam slept with his fathers, even with the kings of Israel; and Zechariah his son reigned in his place.

English Revised Version (ERV)

And Jeroboam slept with his fathers, even with the kings of Israel; and Zechariah his son reigned in his stead.

Definitions for 2-kings 14 :29

Clarke's Commentary on 2-kings 14 :29

Jeroboam slept with his fathers - He died a natural death; and was regularly succeeded by his son Zachariah, who, reigning badly, was, after six months, slain by Shallum, who succeeded him, and reigned but one month, being slain by Menahem, who succeeded him, and reigned ten years over Israel. Amos the prophet lived in the reign of Jeroboam; and was accused by Amaziah, one of the idolatrous priests of Beth-el, of having predicted the death of Jeroboam by the sword, but this was a slander: what he did predict, and which came afterwards to pass, may be seen Amos 7:10-17. The interregnum referred to in the margin cannot be accounted for in a satisfactory manner.

Barnes's Commentary on 2-kings 14 :29

Wesley's Commentary on 2-kings 14 :29

14:29 Jeroboam - It was in the reign of this Jeroboam, that Hosea began to prophesy, and he was the first that wrote his prophecies. At the same time Amos prophesied, soon after Micah, and then Isaiah in the days of Ahaz and Hezekiah. Thus God never left himself without witness, but in the darkest ages of the church, raised up some to be burning and shining lights, to their own age, by their preaching and living; and a few by their writings to reflect light upon us, on whom the ends of the world are come.
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