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Concerning Jehoshaphat the King of Jerusalem and How Ahab Made an ...
... And when they sought to kill Ahab alone, but could not find him, there was a young
nobleman belonging to king Benhadad, whose name was Naaman; he drew his bow ...
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How Hadad King of Damascus and of Syria, Made Two Expeditions ...
... [38] Now there were slain in this battle a hundred thousand more; but Benhadad,
the king of the Syrians, fled away, with certain others of his most faithful ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 14 how hadad king.htm

Jehoram Succeeds Jehoshaphat; How Joram, his Namesake, King of ...
... [9] Wherefore Joram obeyed the prophet; and when he had feasted the Syrians in a
splendid and magnificent manner, he let them go to Benhadad their king. ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 4 jehoram succeeds jehoshaphat.htm

Absolute Surrender
... What Ahab said to his enemy, King Ben-hadad""My lord, O king, according to thy word
I am thine, and all that I have""shall we not say to our God and loving ...
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The Kingdom of Samaria.
... These Syrians were appointed to bring punishment upon Samaria; but at first, two
great victories were vouchsafed to Ahab, because Benhadad, King of Syria ...
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The Story of Hazael
... took a present with him, even of every good thing of Damascus, forty camels' burden,
and came and stood before him, and said, Thy son Ben-hadad king of Syria ...
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A Little Jewish Maid.
... Ben-hadad, the dark-eyed King of Syria, could no longer leap into his chariot
and drive his swift horses through the fields as he used to do. ...
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Concerning Jehoshaphat Again; How He Constituted Judges And,
... 1. When Jehoshaphat the king was come to Jerusalem, from the assistance he had afforded
Ahab, the king of Israel, when he fought with Benhadad, king of Syria ...
/.../josephus/the antiquities of the jews/chapter 1 concerning jehoshaphat again.htm

Elisha's Way of Treating Enemies
... So the robber bands of Arameans no longer invaded the land of Israel. Later, Benhadad,
king of Aram, gathered all his army and besieged Samaria. ...
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... Ben-hadad, king of Syria, had defeated the armies of Israel in the battle
which resulted in the death of Ahab. Since that time the ...
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1 Kings 20:16
And they went out at noon. But Benhadad was drinking himself drunk in the pavilions, he and the kings, the thirty and two kings that helped him.
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King by an Oath

King by Lot

King by Proclamation

King of the Jews

King: Acts As Judge

King: Ahasuerus

King: Baasha

King: Belshazzar

King: Ben-Hadad

King: Called King of Kings

King: Ceremonial Recognition of Kneeling Before

King: Ceremonial Recognition of Obeisance

King: Ceremonial Recognition of Prostration

King: Ceremonial Recognition of Salutation to "O King, Live Forever"

King: Chief officers of The Advisor

King: Chief officers of The Captain of the Army

King: Chief officers of The Chief of the Bodyguard

King: Chief officers of The Chief Priests

King: Chief officers of The Chief Ruler

King: Chief officers of The Collector of Taxes

King: Chief officers of The Provincial Governors

King: Chief officers of The Recorder

King: Chief officers of The Scribe

King: Chronicles of, Recorded

King: Commissary of

King: Constitutional Restrictions of

King: Decrees of, Irrevocable

King: Deification of

King: Divinely Authorized

King: Drunken, Instances of

King: Drunkenness of, Forbidden

King: Exercise Executive Clemency

King: Extensive Livestock of

King: Hereditary Succession

King: How Chosen by Divine Appointment, Saul

King: How Chosen: David and the Davidic Dynasty

King: Influenced by Popular Opinion: David

King: Influenced by Popular Opinion: Herod

King: Influenced by Popular Opinion: Hezekiah

King: Influenced by Popular Opinion: Pilate

King: Influenced by Popular Opinion: Saul

King: Influenced by Popular Opinion: Zedekiah

King: Influential Queens: Bath-Sheba

King: Influential Queens: Esther

King: Influential Queens: Jezebel

King: Loyalty To, Enjoined

King: Not Hereditary

King: Obedience To, Enjoined

King: Plunder

King: Poll Tax

King: Prayer For

King: Prayer For, Enjoined

King: Precepts Concerning

King: Presents

King: Profiting From: Confiscations of Property

King: Religious Duties of

King: Respect Due To

King: Rights and Duties of

King: Subordinate officers of The Governor of the Household

King: Subordinate officers of The Keeper of the Wardrobe

King: Tariff on Imports, and Internal Revenue on Merchandise

King: Taxes

Select Readings: The King of Glory

Vicegerency of Elisha in Condemning Gehazi

Vicegerency of Elisha in Miraculously Rewarding the Shunammite Woman

Vicegerency of the Apostles

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