the only woman who reigned
Started off great!
New level of evil!
A light in the darkness! A good king!
Even worse than Ahaz. But then he repented.
A good king!
He only reigned for three months.
The last king of Judah.
He spoke to Rehoboam.
He came to Asa and encouraged him to restore the temple. (2 Chron. 15:1-2)
The date when he came is unsure.
Hanani came and warned Asa, as Asa relied on the king of Syria instead of trusting in God. Asa did not listen to Hanani, but was angry.
Micaiah tells Jehoshaphat and Ahab not to go into battle against Ramoth-gilead. But they don't listen.
He met Jehoshaphat after when he came back from his battle and warned him. Jehoshaphat should not have joined forces with Israel.
Encouraged Jehoshaphat to go against the Moabites and Ammonites. God gave Judah the victory.
He rebuked Jehoram, as he was evil.
He spoke against Joash, as Joash turned away from the Lord after Jehoiada the priest died. He foretold that the Lord would forsake Joash.
The date is honestly randomly picked…
The man told Amaziah not to take the Israelites with them into the battle against the men of Seir. Amaziah was obedient and sent them back.
He told Uzziah that he could not burn incense in the temple. Uzziah became very angry. God punished Uzziah with leprosy.
He spoke into the live of Hezekiah several times.
The date is randomly picked
He told the people of Judah that they couldn't take the Israelites into captivity and make them into slaves.
When they found the book of the law they brought it to Huldah. She predicted judgment on Judah, but a peaceful life for Josiah.
Son of Baasha
He only reigned for seven days.
Son of Omri
Ahaziah's son, Ahab's grandson
He only reigned for six months.
He reigned for only one month.
Date a bit randomly picked.
He predicted the death of Jeroboam's son.
He spoke against Baasha and his household, as Baasha was an evil king.
Miciaiah tells Jehoshaphat and Ahab not to go into battle against the men of Seir, but they don't listen
He foretold that Jeroboam II would restore the borders of Israel.