Joram

Joram

 
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  • he sent his son Joram to congratulate David on his success. Hadadezer and Toi had long been enemies, and there had been many wars between them. Joram presented David with many gifts of silver, gold, and bronze. - 2 Samuel 8:10


  • So Ahaziah died, just as the LORD had promised through Elijah. Since Ahaziah did not have a son to succeed him, his brother Joram* became the next king. This took place in the second year of the reign of Jehoram son of Jehoshaphat, king of Judah.2 - 2 Kings 1:17


  • Ahab's son Joram* began to rule over Israel in the eighteenth year of King Jehoshaphat's reign in Judah. He reigned in Samaria twelve years.1 - 2 Kings 3:1


  • So King Joram mustered the army of Israel and marched from Samaria. - 2 Kings 3:6


  • Then Jehoshaphat asked, "What route will we take?" "We will attack from the wilderness of Edom," Joram replied. - 2 Kings 3:8


  • But King Jehoshaphat of Judah asked, "Is there no prophet of the LORD with us? If there is, we can ask the LORD what to do." One of King Joram's officers replied, "Elisha son of Shaphat is here. He used to be Elijah's personal assistant.*"2 - 2 Kings 3:11


  • "I want no part of you," Elisha said to the king of Israel. "Go to the pagan prophets of your father and mother!" But King Joram said, "No! For it was the LORD who called us three kings here to be destroyed by the king of Moab!" - 2 Kings 3:13


  • Jehoram son of King Jehoshaphat of Judah began to rule over Judah in the fifth year of King Joram's reign in Israel. Joram was the son of Ahab. - 2 Kings 8:16


  • Ahaziah son of Jehoram began to rule over Judah in the twelfth year of King Joram's reign in Israel. King Joram was the son of Ahab. - 2 Kings 8:25


  • Ahaziah joined King Joram of Israel in his war against King Hazael of Aram at Ramoth-gilead. When King Joram was wounded in the battle, - 2 Kings 8:28


  • he returned to Jezreel to recover from his wounds. While Joram was there, King Ahaziah of Judah went to visit him. - 2 Kings 8:29


  • So Jehu son of Jehoshaphat and grandson of Nimshi formed a conspiracy against King Joram. (Now Joram had been with the army at Ramoth-gilead, defending Israel against the forces of King Hazael of Aram. - 2 Kings 9:14


  • But Joram* had been wounded in the fighting and had returned to Jezreel to recover from his wounds.) So Jehu told the men with him, "Since you want me to be king, don't let anyone escape to Jezreel to report what we have done."1 - 2 Kings 9:15


  • Then Jehu got into a chariot and rode to Jezreel to find King Joram, who was lying there wounded. King Ahaziah of Judah was there, too, for he had gone to visit him. - 2 Kings 9:16


  • The watchman on the tower of Jezreel saw Jehu and his company approaching, so he shouted to Joram, "I see a company of troops coming!" "Send out a rider to find out if they are coming in peace," King Joram shouted back. - 2 Kings 9:17
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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