Jehoiada


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Jehoiada

(jēhoi`ədə), in the Bible. 1 High priest. He married Jehosheba, a princess of Judah, and together they saved the infant Jehoash. They led the conspiracy against Athaliah that put Jehoash on the throne (see JehoashJehoash
or Joash
, in the Bible. 1 King of Israel, son and successor of Jehoahaz. He was generally successful in a war with Damascus, and he conquered Amaziah of Judah. He was succeeded by his son Jeroboam II. 2 King of Judah, son of Ahaziah (2.
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 (2)). Jehoiada was buried with the kings of Judah. His son was Zechariah the martyr. 2 Priest and ally of David, father of Solomon's general Benaiah. At one point he is apparently called Benaiah's son. 3 Priest. 4 Worker on the wall of Jerusalem. 5 Priest who held office in Nehemiah's regime.
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In 843 BCE, Athaliah, the daughter of Queen Jezebel, usurped the throne of Judah by extirpating all of the royal seed apart from Joash, a child kept hidden for six years with Jehoiada the chief priest.
Rank: Private Regiment: Sherwood Foresters (Notts And Derby Regiment) Age: 18 Date of death: 27-4-1917 Buried at: Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery Jehoiada Thomas Son of Mr and Mrs Charles D Thomas, of 37 Pembroke Road, Canton.
Last in the list comes Benaiah son of Jehoiada, "a brave soldier who performed great deeds": Namely, he killed the two sons of Ariel of Moab, and he went down into a pit on a snowy day and killed a lion.
Athaliah cried treason, but Jehoiada ordered her death and that was the end of the usurping woman.
Kawartha John Albert Whyte Jehoiada Boyce Sir John Johnson Jean Ann Wiebe Harmanus House Col.
She was killed by Jehoiada the priest and the palace guards (2 Kings 11).
6:23 as well as the marriage of the priest Jehoiada to Jehoshabeath; see 2 Chr.
22:10); she is eventually killed by order of Jehoiada the priest, who crowns Prince Jehoash in her stead (II Kgs.
Apart from the execution of Uriah ben Shemaiah, there is only one other example of a prophet being killed by his own people: the stoning of Zechariah ben Jehoiada at the behest of King Joash (II Chron.
In 1810 the Methodists erected the first Church here (Lot 28 Concession 3) on land donated by Jehoiada Boyce.
27:5, Benaiah ben Jehoiada is referred to as ha-kohen rosh.
The princess who saved Jehoash later turned him over to the Priest Jehoiada in the Temple where he was not only hidden but tutored by Jehoiada.