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1st Chronicles Chapter 8

Land of the Shunammite restored

8:1 NOW Benjaminבִּנְיָמִי
Bīnyāmīn Meaning: “Son of (the) right” or “Son of My right hand” was the last of the two sons of Jacob and Rachel (Jacob’s thirteenth child and twelfth and youngest son) For more info click here
fathered Bela his firstborn, Ashbel the second, and Aharah the third,

8:2 Nohah the fourth, and Rapha the fifth.
8:3 And the sons of Bela were, Addar, and Gera, and Abihud,
8:4 And Abishua, and Naaman (Hebrew: נַעֲמָן Naʿămān, “pleasantness”), and Ahoah,
8:5 And Gera, and Shephuphan, and Huram.
8:6 And these are the sons of Ehud: these are the heads of the fathers of the inhabitants of Geba, and they removed them to Manahath:

Hazael kills Ben-hadad

8:7 And Naaman (Hebrew: נַעֲמָן Naʿămān, “pleasantness”), and Ahiah, and Gera, he removed them, and fathered Uzza עזה or Uzzah, meaning “Her Strength”, and Ahihud.
8:8 And Shaharaim fathered children in the country of Moab, after he had sent them away; Hushim and Baara were his wives.
8:9 And he fathered of Hodesh his wife, Jobab, and Zibia, and Mesha, and Malcham,
8:10 And Jeuz, and Shachia, and Mirma. These were his sons, heads of the fathers.
8:11 And of Hushim he fathered Abitub, and Elpaal.
8:12 The sons of Elpaal; Eber, and Misham, and Shamed, who built Ono, and Lod, with the towns of it:
8:13 Beriah also, and Shema, who were heads of the fathers of the inhabitants of Aijalon, who drove away the inhabitants of Gath:
8:14 And Ahio, Shashak, and Jeremoth,
8:15 And Zebadiah, and Arad, and Ader,
8:16 And Michael, and Ispah, and Joha, the sons of Beriah;
8:17 And Zebadiah, and Meshullam, and Hezeki, and Heber,
8:18 Ishmerai also, and Jezliah, and Jobab, the sons of Elpaal;
8:19 And Jakim, and Zichri, and Zabdi,
8:20 And Elienai, and Zilthai, and Eliel,
8:21 And Adaiah, and Beraiah, and Shimrath, the sons of Shimhi;
8:22 And Ishpan, and Heber, and Eliel,
8:23 And Abdon, and Zichri, and Hanan,
8:24 And Hananiah, and Elam, and Antothijah,

Wicked reign of Ahaziah

8:25 And Iphedeiah, and Penuel, the sons of Shashak;
8:26 And Shamsherai, and Shehariah, and Athaliah(Hebrew: עֲתַלְיָה‎, Modern: ʻAtalya, Tiberian: ʿĂṯalyā, Greek: Γοθολία Gotholía; Latin: Athalia) was the daughter of either king Omri, or of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel of Israel, the queen consort of Judah as the wife of King Jehoram, a descendant of King David, and later queen regnant c. 841–835 BCE.,
8:27 And Jaresiah, and Eliah, and Zichri, the sons of Jeroham.
8:28 These were heads of the fathers, by their generations, chief men. These dwelt in Jerusalem.
8:29 And at Gibeon (Hebrew: גִּבְעוֹן giḇʻôn, giv’ôn) a Canaanite city north of Jerusalem that was conquered by Joshua lived the father of Gibeon; whose wife’s name was Maachah:
8:3 And his firstborn son Abdon, and Zur, and Kish, and Baal, and Nadab,
8:31 And Gedor, and Ahio, and Zacher.
8:32 And Mikloth fathered Shimeah. And these also lived with their brethren in Jerusalem, over against them.
8:33 And Ner fathered Kish, and Kish fathered Saul (/sɔːl/; Hebrew: שָׁאוּל‎, Šāʾūl; Greek: Σαούλ, Saoúl; transl. ”asked/prayed for”) For more info click here, and Saul fathered Jonathan, and Malchishua, and Abinadab, and Eshbaal.
8:34 And the son of Jonathan was Meribbaal; and Meribbaal fathered Micah.
8:35 And the sons of Micah were, Pithon, and Melech, and Tarea, and Ahaz.
8:36 And Ahaz (Hebrew: אָחָז, ʼĀḥāz, “has held”; Greek: Ἄχαζ, Ἀχάζ Akhaz; Latin: Achaz) an abbreviation of Jehoahaz II (of Judah), “Yahweh has held” (Hebrew: יְהוֹאָחָז‎, Modern: Yəhō’aḥaz Reign 732–716 BC fathered Jehoadah; and Jehoadah fathered Alemeth, and Azmaveth, and Zimri; and Zimri fathered Moza,
8:37 And Moza fathered Binea: Rapha was his son, Eleasah his son, Azel his son:
8:38 And Azel had six sons, whose names are these, Azrikam, Bocheru, and Ishmael, and Sheariah, and Obadiah (/ˌoʊbəˈdaɪ.ə/; Hebrew: עֹבַדְיָה – ʿŌḇaḏyā or עֹבַדְיָהוּ‎ – ʿŌḇaḏyāhū; “servant of Yah”, or “Slave of Yah [YHWH]”), also known as Abdia, and Hanan. All these were the sons of Azel.
8:39 And the sons of Eshek his brother were, Ulam his firstborn, Jehush the second, and Eliphelet the third.
8:40 And the sons of Ulam were mighty men of valor, archers, and had many sons, and sons’ sons, one hundred and fifty. All these are of the sons of Benjaminבִּנְיָמִי
Bīnyāmīn Meaning: “Son of (the) right” or “Son of My right hand” was the last of the two sons of Jacob and Rachel (Jacob’s thirteenth child and twelfth and youngest son) For more info click here

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