2 Chronicles 30:11 Commentary - The Treasury of Scripture Knowledgedivers of Asher: It has been said, that Hezekiah had no right to invite Hoshea's subjects to repair to Jerusalem to his passover; but it may be presumed, that he was encouraged to do this by Hoshea himself, who was one of their best kings; besides which, both the golden calves having been taken away by the Assyrians, the apostate Israelites, being thus deprived of idols, had begun to return to the Lord, and to go up to Jerusalem to worship, some time before Hezekiah gave them this invitation. 2Ch 30:18, 2Ch 30:21, 2Ch 11:16, Act 17:34
humbled themselves: 2Ch 12:6, 2Ch 12:7, 2Ch 12:12, 2Ch 33:12, 2Ch 33:19, 2Ch 33:23, 2Ch 34:27, Exo 10:3, Lev 26:41, Dan 5:22, Luk 14:11, Luk 18:14, Jam 4:10, 1Pe 5:6
Reciprocal: Gen 49:8 - thy hand 1Ch 9:3 - of the children of Ephraim 2Ch 30:25 - the strangers 2Ch 34:6 - in Isa 17:7 - General Eze 37:16 - For Judah Mic 6:8 - walk humbly
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