2 Chronicles 34:31 Commentary - The Treasury of Scripture KnowledgeIn his place: Instead of al omdo, "in his place," the parallel passage, 2Ki 23:3, has al haammood, "by the pillar;" which is probably the true reading, as the LXX in both places read τον στυλον, "the pillar." 2Ch 6:13, 2Ki 11:4, 2Ki 23:3, Eze 46:2
made a covenant: This was expressed:
1. In general, to walk after Jehovah; to have no gods beside him.
2. To take this law for the regulation of their conduct.
3. In particular, to bend their whole heart and soul to the performance of it; so that they might not only have religion without, but piety within. 2Ch 23:16, 2Ch 29:10, Exo 24:6-8, Deu 29:1, Deu 29:10-15, Jos 24:25, Neh 9:38, Neh 10:29, Jer 50:5, Heb 8:6-13
and his testimonies: Psa 119:111, Psa 119:112
with all: 2Ch 15:12, 2Ch 15:15, 2Ch 31:21, Deu 6:5, Luk 10:27-29
to perform: Psa 119:106
Reciprocal: Deu 13:4 - walk Deu 26:17 - avouched 2Ki 11:14 - a pillar 2Ki 11:17 - made a covenant 2Ch 20:5 - Jehoshaphat 2Ch 23:13 - the king Ezr 10:3 - let us make Psa 103:18 - To such Jer 11:2 - General Eze 16:59 - which Eze 44:3 - for Eze 46:10 - General
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