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22:1 The residents of Jerusalem1 made his youngest son Ahaziah king in his place, for the raiding party that invaded the city with the Arabs had killed all the older sons.2 So Ahaziah son of Jehoram became king of Judah. 22:2 Ahaziah was twenty-two3 years old when he became king and he reigned for one year in Jerusalem. His mother was Athaliah, the granddaughter4 of Omri. 22:3 He followed in the footsteps of Ahab’s dynasty,5 for his mother gave him evil advice.6 22:4 He did evil in the sight of7 the Lord like Ahab’s dynasty because, after his father’s death, they8 gave him advice that led to his destruction. 22:5 He followed their advice and joined Ahab’s son King Joram9 of Israel in a battle against King Hazael of Syria10 at Ramoth Gilead in which the Syrians defeated Joram. 22:6 Joram11 returned to Jezreel to recover from the wounds he received from the Syrians12 in Ramah when he fought against King Hazael of Syria. Ahaziah13 son of King Jehoram of Judah went down to visit Joram son of Ahab in Jezreel, because he had been wounded.14
22:7 God brought about Ahaziah’s downfall through his visit to Joram.15 When Ahaziah16 arrived, he went out with Joram to meet Jehu son of Nimshi, whom the Lord had commissioned17 to wipe out Ahab’s family.18 22:8 While Jehu was dishing out punishment to Ahab’s family, he discovered the officials of Judah and the sons of Ahaziah’s relatives who were serving Ahaziah and killed them. 22:9 He looked for Ahaziah, who was captured while hiding in Samaria.19 They brought him to Jehu and then executed him. They did give him a burial, for they reasoned,20 “He is the son of Jehoshaphat, who sought the Lord with his whole heart.” There was no one in Ahaziah’s family strong enough to rule in his place.21
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