2 Chronicles 33:7 Commentary - The Treasury of Scripture Knowledgehe set a carved image: The Targumist says, "He set up an image, the likeness of himself, in the house of the sanctuary." In the parallel passage it is, "a graven image of the grove," or rather, Asherah or Astarte. Manasseh, as Bp. Patrick observes, seems to have studied to find out what God had forbidden in his law, that he might practice it: amost prodigious change from the height of piety in his father's time, into the sink of impiety in this!
in the house: 2Ki 21:7, 2Ki 21:8, 2Ki 23:6
God had said: 2Ch 33:4, 1Ki 8:29, Psa 132:13, Psa 132:14
which I have: 2Ch 6:6, 1Ki 8:44, 1Ki 8:48, 1Ki 11:13, 1Ki 11:32, Psa 78:68
Reciprocal: Exo 20:4 - General Lev 19:30 - reverence 2Ki 23:4 - to bring Isa 3:8 - to provoke Isa 8:10 - for God Jer 7:10 - which is called Jer 7:30 - they Jer 23:11 - in Eze 5:11 - thou hast Eze 43:8 - setting
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