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A chief of the tribe of Ephraim who opposed the enslavement of the Judahites who were taken captive by Pekah in the war against Ahaz (2 Chr 28:12). His name is an alternate spelling of “Hezekiah.”
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JEHIZKIAH (PERSON) [Heb yĕhizqı̂yāhû (יְהִזְקִיָּהוּ)]. Jehizkiah, the son of Shallum, was one of the 4 leaders of the tribe of Ephraim during the time of Pekah, ruler of the N kingdom of Israel (2 Chr 28:12). He, with the others, urged the release of the Judean prisoners taken during a battle between
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JEHIZKI´AH (je-hiz-kīʹa; same as Hezekiah, “Jehovah strengthens”). The son of Shallum, one of the leaders of Ephraim, who, at the insistence of Oded the prophet, demanded the liberation of the captives brought into Samaria by the army under Pekah in the campaign against Judah (2 Chron. 28:12; cf. vv.
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