Judah. His great prosperity. He burns incense, and is
struck with leprosy. His death. : - - page 380
Sect. LXXXIII. Part of the prophecy of Isaiah. The peopie
of Israel and Jadah called upon to forsake their sins, and
turn unto the Lord. - -
Sect. LXXXIV. The reigns of Zachariah and Shallum, kings .
of Israel. Their death. - . - - 385
Sect. LXXXV. The history of the prophet Jonah. The Lord
commands him to go to Nineveh. He disobeys and is
swallowed up by a fish. The Lord delivers him. - 387
Sect. LXXXVI. Jonah again - sent to Nineveh. The people
· repent at his preaching, and are pardoned. Jonah dis-'
pleased, · He is made sensible of his error o - 390
Sect. LXXXVII. The reigns of Menahem, Pekaiah, and
Pekah, kings of Israel. Hoshea succeeds to the throne. 393
Sect. LXXXVIII. Part of the prophecy of Hosea. The pro..
phet foretels the downfall of the kingdom of Israel. He
calls upon the people to repent.. ." - . - 396
Sect. LXXXIX. The reigns of Jotham and Ahaz, kings of
Judah." Jotham's great prosperity. The Ammonites
become tributary to him. Syria and Ephraim con- ' -
federate against Judah.' Isaiah encourages Ahaž. The
miraculous birth of Emanuel predicted. The defeat of
the Assyrians foretold, &c.
Sect. XC. The wickedness of Ahaz. Numbers of the people •
of Judah carried into captivity by the Syrians. ' . . 405
Sect. XCI. The impiety of Ahaz. He sends part of the
treasure of the Lord's house to the king of Assyria. He
setteth up an altar to idols, burns incense thereon, and 1
commits abominatious. His death,
Sect. XCII. The beginning of the reign of Hezekiah king of
Judah. He cleanses the temple, and reforms public
worship. A covenant made with great solemnity. « 411
Sect. XCIII. Part of the prophesy of Isaiali. The prophet
denounces woes against the people of Israel. He invites
thein to turn unto the Lord.