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  • He banished the shrine prostitutes from the land and removed all the idols his ancestors had made. - 1 Kings 15:12


  • Although the pagan shrines were not completely removed, Asa remained faithful to the LORD throughout his life. - 1 Kings 15:14


  • Jehoshaphat was a good king, following the example of his father, Asa. He did what was pleasing in the LORD's sight. During his reign, however, he failed to remove all the pagan shrines, and the people still offered sacrifices and burned incense there. - 1 Kings 22:43


  • He banished from the land the rest of the shrine prostitutes, who still continued their practices from the days of his father, Asa. - 1 Kings 22:46


  • Yet even so, he did not destroy the pagan shrines, and the people still offered sacrifices and burned incense there. - 2 Kings 12:3


  • Amaziah did not destroy the pagan shrines, where the people offered sacrifices and burned incense. - 2 Kings 14:4


  • But he did not destroy the pagan shrines, where the people offered sacrifices and burned incense. - 2 Kings 15:4


  • But he did not destroy the pagan shrines, where the people offered sacrifices and burned incense. He was the one who rebuilt the upper gate of the Temple of the LORD. - 2 Kings 15:35


  • He offered sacrifices and burned incense at the pagan shrines and on the hills and under every green tree. - 2 Kings 16:4


  • The people of Israel had also secretly done many things that were not pleasing to the LORD their God. They built pagan shrines for themselves in all their towns, from the smallest outpost to the largest walled city. - 2 Kings 17:9


  • They burned incense at the shrines, just like the nations the LORD had driven from the land ahead of them. So the people of Israel had done many evil things, arousing the LORD's anger. - 2 Kings 17:11


  • But these various groups of foreigners also continued to worship their own gods. In town after town where they lived, they placed their idols at the pagan shrines that the people of Israel had built. - 2 Kings 17:29


  • These new residents worshiped the LORD, but they appointed from among themselves priests to offer sacrifices at the pagan shrines. - 2 Kings 17:32


  • He removed the pagan shrines, smashed the sacred pillars, and knocked down the Asherah poles. He broke up the bronze serpent that Moses had made, because the people of Israel had begun to worship it by burning incense to it. The bronze serpent was called Nehushtan.*2 - 2 Kings 18:4


  • "But perhaps you will say, `We are trusting in the LORD our God!' But isn't he the one who was insulted by King Hezekiah? Didn't Hezekiah tear down his shrines and altars and make everyone in Judah worship only at the altar here in Jerusalem? - 2 Kings 18:22


  • He rebuilt the pagan shrines his father, Hezekiah, had destroyed. He constructed altars for Baal and set up an Asherah pole, just as King Ahab of Israel had done. He also bowed before all the forces of heaven and worshiped them. - 2 Kings 21:3


  • He did away with the pagan priests, who had been appointed by the previous kings of Judah, for they had burned incense at the pagan shrines throughout Judah and even in the vicinity of Jerusalem. They had also offered incense to Baal, and to the sun, the moon, the constellations, and to all the forces of heaven. - 2 Kings 23:5
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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