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  • Give me wisdom and knowledge to rule them properly, for who is able to govern this great nation of yours?" - 2 Chronicles 1:10

  • then I will uproot the people of Israel from this land of mine that I have given them. I will reject this Temple that I have set apart to honor my name. I will make it a spectacle of contempt among the nations. - 2 Chronicles 7:20

  • These were descendants of the nations that Israel had not completely destroyed. So Solomon conscripted them for his labor force, and they serve in the labor force to this day. - 2 Chronicles 8:8

  • Kings from every nation came to visit him and to hear the wisdom God had given him. - 2 Chronicles 9:23

  • And you have chased away the priests of the LORD and the Levites and have appointed your own priests, just like the pagan nations. You let anyone become a priest these days! Whoever comes to be dedicated with a young bull and seven rams can become a priest of these so-called gods of yours! - 2 Chronicles 13:9

  • During those dark times, it was not safe to travel. Problems troubled the nation on every hand. - 2 Chronicles 15:5

  • Nation fought against nation, and city against city, for God was troubling you with every kind of problem. - 2 Chronicles 15:6

  • He appointed judges throughout the nation in all the fortified cities, - 2 Chronicles 19:5

  • "And now see what the armies of Ammon, Moab, and Mount Seir are doing. You would not let our ancestors invade those nations when Israel left Egypt, so they went around them and did not destroy them. - 2 Chronicles 20:10

  • At the beginning of the year, the Aramean army marched against Joash. They invaded Judah and Jerusalem and killed all the leaders of the nation. Then they sent all the plunder back to their king in Damascus. - 2 Chronicles 24:23

  • He offered sacrifices in the valley of the son of Hinnom, even sacrificing his own sons in the fire.* He imitated the detestable practices of the pagan nations whom the LORD had driven from the land ahead of the Israelites.1 - 2 Chronicles 28:3

  • "Surely you must realize what I and the other kings of Assyria before me have done to all the people of the earth! Were any of the gods of those nations able to rescue their people from my power? - 2 Chronicles 32:13

  • Don't let Hezekiah fool you! Don't let him deceive you like this! I say it again--no god of any nation has ever yet been able to rescue his people from me or my ancestors. How much less will your God rescue you from my power!" - 2 Chronicles 32:15

  • The king also sent letters scorning the LORD, the God of Israel. He wrote, "Just as the gods of all the other nations failed to rescue their people from my power, so the God of Hezekiah will also fail." - 2 Chronicles 32:17

  • From then on King Hezekiah became highly respected among the surrounding nations, and many gifts for the LORD arrived at Jerusalem, with valuable presents for King Hezekiah, too. - 2 Chronicles 32:23

  • He did what was evil in the LORD's sight, imitating the detestable practices of the pagan nations whom the LORD had driven from the land ahead of the Israelites. - 2 Chronicles 33:2

  • But Manasseh led the people of Judah and Jerusalem to do even more evil than the pagan nations whom the LORD had destroyed when the Israelites entered the land. - 2 Chronicles 33:9
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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