Manasseh

Manasseh

 
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  • Manasseh even sacrificed his own son in the fire.* He practiced sorcery and divination, and he consulted with mediums and psychics. He did much that was evil in the LORD's sight, arousing his anger.1 - 2 Kings 21:6


  • Manasseh even took an Asherah pole he had made and set it up in the Temple, the very place where the LORD had told David and his son Solomon: "My name will be honored here forever in this Temple and in Jerusalem--the city I have chosen from among all the other tribes of Israel. - 2 Kings 21:7


  • But the people refused to listen, and Manasseh led them to do even more evil than the pagan nations whom the LORD had destroyed when the Israelites entered the land. - 2 Kings 21:9


  • "King Manasseh of Judah has done many detestable things. He is even more wicked than the Amorites, who lived in this land before Israel. He has led the people of Judah into idolatry. - 2 Kings 21:11


  • Manasseh also murdered many innocent people until Jerusalem was filled from one end to the other with innocent blood. This was in addition to the sin that he caused the people of Judah to commit, leading them to do evil in the LORD's sight. - 2 Kings 21:16


  • The rest of the events in Manasseh's reign and all his deeds, including the sins he committed, are recorded in [The Book of the History of the Kings of Judah.] - 2 Kings 21:17


  • When Manasseh died, he was buried in the palace garden, the garden of Uzza. Then his son Amon became the next king. - 2 Kings 21:18


  • He did what was evil in the LORD's sight, just as his father, Manasseh, had done. - 2 Kings 21:20


  • Josiah tore down the altars that the kings of Judah had built on the palace roof above the upper room of Ahaz. The king destroyed the altars that Manasseh had built in the two courtyards of the LORD's Temple. He smashed them to bits and scattered the pieces in the Kidron Valley. - 2 Kings 23:12


  • Even so, the LORD's anger burned against Judah because of all the great evils of King Manasseh, and he did not hold back his fierce anger from them. - 2 Kings 23:26


  • These disasters happened to Judah according to the LORD's command. He had decided to remove Judah from his presence because of the many sins of Manasseh. - 2 Kings 24:3


  • Ahaz, Hezekiah, Manasseh, - 1 Chronicles 3:13


  • There were 44,760 skilled warriors in the armies of Reuben, Gad, and the half-tribe of Manasseh. They were all skilled in combat and armed with shields, swords, and bows. - 1 Chronicles 5:18


  • The half-tribe of Manasseh spread through the land from Bashan to Baal-hermon, Senir, and Mount Hermon. They were very numerous. - 1 Chronicles 5:23


  • So the God of Israel caused King Pul of Assyria (also known as Tiglath-pileser) to invade the land and lead away the people of Reuben, Gad, and the half-tribe of Manasseh as captives. The Assyrians exiled them to Halah, Habor, Hara, and the Gozan River, where they remain to this day. - 1 Chronicles 5:26


  • The remaining descendants of Kohath received ten towns from the territory of the half-tribe of Manasseh by means of sacred lots. - 1 Chronicles 6:61


  • The descendants of Gershon received by sacred lots thirteen towns from the territories of Issachar, Asher, Naphtali, and from the Bashan area of Manasseh, east of the Jordan. - 1 Chronicles 6:62
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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