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  • Benaiah son of Jehoiada the priest was commander of the third division, which was on duty during the third month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division. - 1 Chronicles 27:5


  • Asahel, the brother of Joab, was commander of the fourth division, which was on duty during the fourth month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division. Asahel was succeeded by his son Zebadiah. - 1 Chronicles 27:7


  • Shammah* the Izrahite was commander of the fifth division, which was on duty during the fifth month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division.1 - 1 Chronicles 27:8


  • Ira son of Ikkesh from Tekoa was commander of the sixth division, which was on duty during the sixth month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division. - 1 Chronicles 27:9


  • Helez, a descendant of Ephraim from Pelon, was commander of the seventh division, which was on duty during the seventh month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division. - 1 Chronicles 27:10


  • Sibbecai, a descendant of Zerah from Hushah, was commander of the eighth division, which was on duty during the eighth month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division. - 1 Chronicles 27:11


  • Abiezer from Anathoth in the territory of Benjamin was commander of the ninth division, which was on duty during the ninth month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division. - 1 Chronicles 27:12


  • Maharai, a descendant of Zerah from Netophah, was commander of the tenth division, which was on duty during the tenth month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division. - 1 Chronicles 27:13


  • Benaiah from Pirathon in Ephraim was commander of the eleventh division, which was on duty during the eleventh month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division. - 1 Chronicles 27:14


  • Heled,* a descendant of Othniel from Netophah, was commander of the twelfth division, which was on duty during the twelfth month. There were twenty-four thousand troops in his division.2 - 1 Chronicles 27:15


  • In the very first month of the first year of his reign, Hezekiah reopened the doors of the Temple of the LORD and repaired them. - 2 Chronicles 29:3


  • The king, his officials, and all the community of Jerusalem decided to celebrate Passover a month later than usual.*1 - 2 Chronicles 30:2


  • On the appointed day in midspring, one month later than usual,* the people slaughtered their Passover lambs. Then the priests and Levites became ashamed, so they purified themselves and brought burnt offerings to the Temple of the LORD.4 - 2 Chronicles 30:15


  • The king also made a personal contribution of animals for the daily morning and evening burnt offerings, as well as for the weekly Sabbath festivals and monthly new moon festivals, and for the other annual festivals as required in the law of the LORD. - 2 Chronicles 31:3


  • Jehoahaz* was twenty-three years old when he became king, but he reigned only three months.1 - 2 Chronicles 36:2


  • Jehoiachin was eighteen* years old when he became king, but he reigned in Jerusalem only three months and ten days. Jehoiachin did what was evil in the LORD's sight.4 - 2 Chronicles 36:9


  • As they studied the law, they discovered that the LORD had commanded through Moses that the Israelites should live in shelters during the festival to be held that month.*4 - Nehemiah 8:14
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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