2nd Kings 3:1-9:25 and 2 Chronicles 22:5-7. King Jehoram ruled for twelve years and was murdered by Jehu, an army officer. He sinned against the Lord and led Israel into sin.
Jehoram was the son of Ahab and Jezebel.
King Jehoram fought against the people of Moab and won.
Jehoram or Joram in Hebrew means: Jehovah is exalted.
King Jehoram or Joram – 9th king of Israel
3:1 Ahab’s son Jehoram ascended to the throne of Israel at Samaria during the eighteenth year of the reign of Judah’s king Jehoshaphat. He reigned for twelve years, 2 practicing evil in the LORD’s presence, only not to the extent that his mother and father had done —he forced abolition of the sacred pillar to Baal that his father had crafted. 3 Even so, he kept on committing the sins that Nebat’s son Jeroboam had done, which ensnared Israel in sin—he never abandoned them.
2 Kings 3:1-3 – 9:25
also read: 2nd Chronicles 22:5-7.
Other modules in this unit:
- King Jeroboam the first King of the House of Israel
- King Nadab the 2nd King of Israel
- King Baasha the 3rd King of Israel
- King Elah the 4th King of Israel
- King Zimri the 5th King of Israel
- King Omri the 6th King of Israel
- King Ahab the 7th King of Israel
- King Ahaziah the 8th King of Israel
- King Jehoram the 9th King of Israel
- King Jehu the 10th King of Israel
- King Jehoahaz the 11th King of Israel
- King Jehoash the 12th King of Israel
- King Jeroboam 2nd the 13th King of Israel
- King Zechariah the 14th King of Israel
- King Shallum the 15th King of Israel
- King Menahem the 16th King of Israel
- King Pekahiah the 17th King of Israel
- King Pekah the 18th King of Israel
- King Hoshea the 19th and last King of Israel
- Questions and Answers 1-19
- The 19 Kings of Israel – 931BC-722BC = 209 years
- Timeline of the Kings of Israel
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