Joash or Jehoash
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Strong's Hebrew
3060. Yehoash -- "Yah is strong," the name of several Israelites
... Word Origin from Yhvh and perhaps esh Definition "Yah is strong," the name of
several Isr. NASB Word Usage Jehoash (17), Joash (47). Jehoash. ...
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Hazael Makes an Expedition against the People of Israel and the ...
... 6. Now after the death of Jehoahaz, his son Joash took the kingdom, in the
thirty-seventh year of Jehoash, the king of the tribe of Judah. ...
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Methodical Liberality
... had not repaired the breaches of the house.7. Then king Jehoash called for ... No doubt
Joash was guided by Jehoiada in setting about the restoration, but the fact ...
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Tiglath-Pileser iii. And the Organisation of the Assyrian Empire ...
... The title of his book (Hosea 1:1), where he begins by stating that he preached
"in the days of Jeroboam, the son of Joash (Jehoash), King of Israel," is a ...
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The Prophet Joel.
... committed to writing his prophecies as early as under the reign of Joash, ie, about
870 ... to 2 Kings 12:18 ff.; 2 Chronicles 24:23 ff., took place under Jehoash. ...
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Book 9 Footnotes
... [18] What I have above noted concerning Jehoash, seems to me ... afterward, when "God
had saved the Israelites by the hand of Jeroboam, the son of Joash," 2 Kings ...
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The Divided Kingdom.
... 12. Jehoash, 2:K.13:10-14:16. Reigned 16 years and died. ... 7. Athaliah, 2:K.11:1-21:
2; 2 Chron, 22;10-23:6. Reigned 6 years and was slain when Joash became king. ...
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The Antiquities of the Jews
... For Five [Six] Years When Jehoiada The High Priest Slew Her And Made Jehoash, The
Son ... And Conquered Them; But When He Afterwards Made War Against Joash, He Was ...
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CHAP. I. -II. 3 (II. 1).
... Hezekiah, kings of Judah, and in the days of Jeroboam, the son of Joash, king of ...
against Jehoahaz, the son of Jehu, in 2 Kings 13:2; against Jehoash, in 2 ...
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... Jehoshapbat 871 Jeboram 846 Ahaziah or Jehoahaz 842 Athaliah 842 Joash 837 Amaziah ...
Jehu 842 He pays tribute to Assyria 841 Jehoanaz 814 Jehoash 798 Jeroboam II ...
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ATS Bible Dictionary
Joash or Jehoash

The father of Gideon, of the family of Abiezer, in Manasseh. For a long time he was a worshipper of Baal; but when his son boldly attacked idolatry, he also came out on the Lord's side, Jud 6:11,25-32.

An officer, appointed as keeper of the prophet Micaiah, during Ahab's disastrous war with Syria, 1 Kings 22:26 2 Chronicles 18:1-34.

The eighth king of Judah, B. C. 878-838. He was the only son of Ahaziah who was not slain by the usurping Athaliah, his grandmother. Being rescued by Jehoshebah his aunt, and secluded six years in the temple, he was raised to the throne when seven years of age through the faithful care of Jehoiada; and while this venerable man survived, Joash served God and prospered. Idols were banished, and the temple was repaired. But afterwards he followed less wholesome counsels; idolatry revived; and when Zechariah the high priest rebuked the guilty people, the ungrateful king caused this servant of God, the son of his benefactor, to be stoned to death. Misfortunes soon multiplied on his head; he was repeatedly humbled by the Syrians, and gave them the temple treasures as a ransom; a loathsome disease imbittered his life, which was very soon cut short by a conspiracy of his servants, and he was not buried in the sepulchre of the kings, 2 Kings 11:1-12:21 2 Chronicles 23:1-24:27. The prophet Joel was contemporary with him.

The son and successor of Jehoahaz, king of Israel, B. C. 840-825. There was much in his conduct to commend. He had a great regard for the prophet Elisha, and visited him on his deathbed, where by a divine oracle he was assured of three victories over the Syrians. He was also victorious when forced to give battle to Amaziah king of Judah, and was one of the best of the kings of Israel. The worship of the golden calf, however, still continued during his reign, 2 Kings 13:9-25 14:1-8 2 Chronicles 25:1-28.



Joash or Jehoash

Joash: (Son of Ahaziah and King of Judah): Anointed King by the Priest, Jehoiada

Joash: (Son of Ahaziah and King of Judah): Conspired Against and Slain

Joash: (Son of Ahaziah and King of Judah): Diseases of

Joash: (Son of Ahaziah and King of Judah): Prophecy Against

Joash: (Son of Ahaziah and King of Judah): Put Jehoiada's Son to Death

Joash: (Son of Ahaziah and King of Judah): Repaired the Temple

Joash: (Son of Ahaziah and King of Judah): Righteousness of, Under Influence of Jehoiada

Joash: (Son of Ahaziah and King of Judah): Wickedness of, After Jehoiada's Death

Joash: A Descendant of Shelah

Joash: Father of Gideon

Joash: Keeper of the Stores of Oil

Joash: One of David's officers

Joash: Procured Peace from Hazael, King of Syria, by Gift of Dedicated Treasures from the Temple

Joash: Saved from his Grandmother by Jehosheba, his Aunt, and Hidden for Six Years

Joash: Son of Ahab, King of Israel

Joash: Son of Becher

Regicide of Joash

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