David

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  • When Jehoshaphat died, he was buried with his ancestors in the City of David. Then his son Jehoram became the next king. - 2 Chronicles 21:1


  • But the LORD was not willing to destroy David's dynasty, for he had made a covenant with David and promised that his descendants would continue to rule forever.*1 - 2 Chronicles 21:7


  • Then Elijah the prophet wrote Jehoram this letter: "This is what the LORD, the God of your ancestor David, says: You have not followed the good example of your father, Jehoshaphat, or your grandfather King Asa of Judah. - 2 Chronicles 21:12


  • Jehoram was thirty-two years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem eight years. No one was sorry when he died. He was buried in the City of David, but not in the royal cemetery. - 2 Chronicles 21:20


  • They all gathered at the Temple of God, where they made a covenant with Joash, the young king. Jehoiada said to them, "The time has come for the king's son to reign! The LORD has promised that a descendant of David will be our king. - 2 Chronicles 23:3


  • Then Jehoiada supplied the commanders with the spears and shields that had once belonged to King David and were stored in the Temple of God. - 2 Chronicles 23:9


  • Jehoiada now put the Levitical priests in charge of the Temple of the LORD, following all the instructions given by David. He also commanded them to present burnt offerings to the LORD, as prescribed by the law of Moses, and to sing and rejoice as David had instructed. - 2 Chronicles 23:18


  • He was buried among the kings in the City of David, because he had done so much good in Israel for God and his Temple. - 2 Chronicles 24:16


  • The Arameans withdrew, leaving Joash severely wounded. But his own officials decided to kill him for murdering the son of Jehoiada the priest. They assassinated him as he lay in bed. Then he was buried in the City of David, but not in the royal cemetery. - 2 Chronicles 24:25


  • They brought him back to Jerusalem on a horse, and he was buried with his ancestors in the City of David.*1 - 2 Chronicles 25:28


  • When he died, he was buried in the City of David, and his son Ahaz became the next king. - 2 Chronicles 27:9


  • Ahaz was twenty years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem sixteen years. He did not do what was pleasing in the sight of the LORD, as his ancestor David had done. - 2 Chronicles 28:1


  • He did what was pleasing in the LORD's sight, just as his ancestor David had done. - 2 Chronicles 29:2


  • King Hezekiah then stationed the Levites at the Temple of the LORD with cymbals, harps, and lyres. He obeyed all the commands that the LORD had given to King David through Gad, the king's seer, and the prophet Nathan. - 2 Chronicles 29:25


  • The Levites then took their positions around the Temple with the instruments of David, and the priests took their positions with the trumpets. - 2 Chronicles 29:26


  • Then Hezekiah ordered that the burnt offering be placed on the altar. As the burnt offering was presented, songs of praise to the LORD were begun, accompanied by the trumpets and other instruments of David, king of Israel. - 2 Chronicles 29:27


  • King Hezekiah and the officials ordered the Levites to praise the LORD with the psalms of David and Asaph the seer. So they offered joyous praise and bowed down in worship. - 2 Chronicles 29:30
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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