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Chap. & Sect.
Contents.

Scripture.
IV. History of Jonah

Jonah.
V. Death of Jeroboam the second.

S 2 Kings ziv. 28.; amo

vii. 10. to end; visi, il;

2 Kings xiv. 29.
VI. Interregnum after the death of Jeroboam the
second

...... Hosea iv.
VII. Reign of Zechariah

2 Kings xv. 8-13
VIII. Reign of Shallum

2 Kings xv. 13–16.
IX.
Reign of Menahem

2 Kings xv. 16–23.
X. Reign of Pekahiah

2 Kings xv. 23—27.

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CHAPTER XII.

CHAP. XII.

Part I. SECTION I.

II.

PART I.
REIGN OF Ahaz, (16 Years from 742 to 726.)
Character of Ahaz

2 Kings xvi. 15.
Invasion of Rezin and Pekah

s 2 Kings xvi. 5.; Isa. vi.

viii. ix. a. 1-3.
Isaiah's prophecy of the ruin of Damascus, and
the Ten Tribes...

Isaiah xvii. xxviji

.

*2 Chron. xxviii. 30.; Devastation of Judah by Pekah

III.

IV.

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Obadiah ; Isaiah i. 2.

to end.
2 Kings xvi. 6–10.;:

Chro. xxvii. 20—24;
2 Kings xvi. 10–19.;
2 Chron. xxviii. 24,

25.; Hosen v. vi.
2 Chron, xxviii26, 27.;

Isaiah xiv. 28. to end;
2 Chron. Xxviii. 1-4;
2 Kings xvi. 19. 20.

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SECTION I. Character of Hezekiah, and reformation of wor-S 2 Kings xviii. 1—7.; 2

Chron xxix. 3. to end;
ship ....

xxx. xxxi.
II. Isaiah's prophecy against Moab

Isaiah xv. xvi.
III. The reformation by Hezekiah supported by the $ Micah iii. iv. v. vi. vii.;
prophecies of Micah

2 Kings xviii. 7, 8.
IV. Isaiah's prophecy of the restoration of the Ten

Tribes, the punishment of Egypt, and the
conversion of Egypt and Assyria

Isaiah xviii. xix.
V. The prophecy of Nahum against Nineveh ... Nahum i. ï. iii,
VI. Isaiah's prophecy of the destruction of Tyre Isaiah xxiii.
VII. Prophecy of Isaiah, on the invasion of Palestine S Isa. x. 5. to end ; xi, xii.
by the Assyrian army

xiii. xiv. 1—28.
VIII. General prophecy of the desolation and recovery Isaiah xxiv. xxv. xxvi.
of Judea

xxvii.
IX. Prophecy of the invasion of Judea, and the
destruction of Babylon....

Isaiah xxii. 1—15.; xxi.

2 Chron. xxxii. 1-9.;
X. First invasion of Sennacherib-Submission of

2 Kings xviii. 13-17.;
Hezekiah, and capture of Ashdod

Isaiah xx.
XI. Prophetic appeal to Jerusalem, while Senna-
cherib's army was in the country

Isaiah xxix. xxx. xxxi.
2 Chron. xxxii. 24–27.;

2 Kings xx. 1-12.;
XII. The sickness of Hezekiah

Isaiah xxxii. xxxiii.
xxxiv. xxxv. xxxviii.

9-22.
XIII. The king of Babylon congratulates Hezekiah
on his recovery

2 Kings xx. 12-20.
XIV. Introduction to, or abridged history of the se-
cond invasion of Sennacherib

2 Chron. xxxii. 9-24.
XV. History at length of the second invasion of Sen- Ş 2 Kings xviii. 17. to end;
nacherib

? xix. 1-8.; Psal. xliv.
2 Kings xix. 8-20. ;

Psal. Ixxiii. ; 2 Kings
XVI. Destruction of Sennacherib's army

xix. 20–36.; Psalm
lxxv. Ixxvi.; 2 Kings

xix. 36, 37.
XVII. Promise of comfort to the people of God—Final
restoration of the Jews foretold

Isaiah xl. xli.
XVIII. Prophecy of the advent of Christ, and the resto-
ration of the Jews

Isaiah xlii. xlüi.
XIX. The folly of idolatry, and the conversion of the
Gentiles

Isaiah xliv. xlv.
XX. Prophecy of the Babylonish captivity, and the
destruction of Babylon

Isaiah xlvi. xlvii.
XXI. Idolatry reproved...

Isaiah xlviii.
XXII. Messiah addresses his people

Isaiah xlix.
XXIII. Prophecy of the rejection of Christ, and the
eventual exaltation of his church

Isaiah l. li. lii. 1-13.
XXIV. The humiliation, sufferings, and exaltation of
Christ foretold

Isaiah lii. 13; to end; liii.
XXV. Prophecy of the enlargement and triumph of
the church

Isaiah lir.

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Chap. of Sect.

Contents.

Scripture.

XXVI.

XXVII.

XXVIII.

The fulness and excellence of the blessings of
the Gospel

Isaiah lv. Ivi. 1-9.
Prediction of the calamities which should befal SIsaiah lvi. 9. to end; ira
Judea for its idolatry, and hypocrisy

lviï. lix. 1–16.
( Isaiah lix. 16. to end; ll

.
The future glory and triumph of the church lxi. lxü. xiü. lit. lit.

lxvi.
2 Chron. Ixxi. 27. 10

end; xxix. 1, 2.; laai.
XXXVI. xxxvii

. anni
The death of Hezekiah

1-9. and 21, 21.;
xxxix.; 2 Kingi il

XXIX.

20, 21.

PART II.

PART II.

SECTION I.

EVENTS IN THE KINGDOM OF ISRAEL, COTEM

PORARY WITH THE REIGN OF HEZEKIAU,

King Of JUDAH.
Reign of Hoshea king of Israel continued

Shalmaneser invades the dominions of Hoshea 2 Kings xvii. 3, 4.
Hosea predicts the captivity of the Ten Tribes, Hosea vii. viii

. 11. f. I.
and exhorts the people to repentance

{ xii. xiii. xiv. Reign of Hoshea continued...

2 Kings xvii. 3–44 Captivity of the Ten Tribes..

2 Kings xviii. 9–13.

II.

III.

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Chap. of Sect.

Contents.

Scripture.

III.
IV.

V.

VI.
VII.

VIII.

IX.

The Temple repaired

2 Chron. xxxiv. 8-33.
Zephaniah exhorts the people to repentance,

about the time of Josiah's reformation...... Zephaniah i. ii. ii.
Reformation of religion by Josiah

2 Kings xxiii. 4—21.; 2

Chron. xxxiv. 33.
Celebration of the passover

2 Chron. xxxv. 1-20.
Jeremiah reproaches the people for their back-

sliding, after the reformation by Josiah .. Jer. iii. 6. to end.
Jeremiah describes in prophetic anticipation,

the sorrows of the approaching captivity... Jer. iv. v. vi.
Habakkuk predicts the punishment of the peo-
ple for their backsliding

Habakkuk i. ii. iii.
Jeremiah exhorts the people to repentance, and

laments the miseries of the people on the near
approach of the captivity..

Jer. vii, viii. ix. x.
The people are reminded of the covenant of
Josiah ..

Jer. xi. xii.
2 Chron. xxxv. 20--25.;

2 Kings xxiii. 25.--

28.; 2 Chron. xxxv.
Death of Josialı

25. to end ; xxxiv. 1,
2.; 2 Kings xxii. 3. to
end ; xxiii. 1--4. 21
-25. & 28-31.

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CHAPTER XVII.

CHAP.XVII.

REIGN OF JEHOAHAZ, (3 Months, 610.)
Reign of Jehoahaz

2 Chron. xxxvi. 1-5.;

2 Kings xxiii. 31–36.

CHAPTER XVIII.

Jer. xx.

CHAP.XVIII. REIGN OF JEHOIAKIM, (11 Years, from 610 to

599.)
Srction I. Accession of Jehoiakim

2 Kings xxiii. 36, 37.
II. Various predictions and uppeals to the Jews, Jer. xiii. xiv. xv. xvi. xvii.
declaring the certainty of their captivity

xviii. xix.
and the destruction of Jerusalem • •
III.

Imprisonment of Jeremiah
IV. Prediction of the fate of Shallum and Jehoiakim Jer. xxii. 1-24.

V. Apprehension and arraignment of Jeremiah Jer. xxvi.
VI. Jeremiah's prophecy against the army of Pha-
raoh-Necho ...

Jer. xlvi. 1-13.
VII. The Rechabites take refuge in Jerusalem from

the army of the Chaldeans
VIII. Prediction of the seventy years captivity.
IX. First reading of the roll by Baruch..

Jer. xxxvi. 1-9.
X. Consolation to Baruch on reading the roll Jer. xlv.

2 Kings xxiv. part of ver.

1. ; 2 Chron. xxxvi.
XI. Commencement of the captivity

6, 7.; Dan. i. 1-8.;
2 Kings xxiv. 3, 4.

Jer. XXXV.
Jer. xxv.

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Jeremiah committed to the dungeon of Mal- Jer. xxxvii. xxxix. 15.
XIX. Capture of Jerusalem and of Zedekiah-Therder. lii. 5, 6.; rrir. ibi

PERIOD THE SEVENTH.
THE BABYLONISH CAPTIVITY, SEVENTY YEARS.-FROM 606—536.
Chap. & Sect.
Contents.

Scripture.
CHAPTER I.
CHAP. I. EVENTS AT JERUSALEM BETWEEN THE COM-

MENCEMENT OF THE CAPTIVITY AND THE

BURNING OF THE TEMPLE.
SECTION I. Reign of Jehoiakim continued-Second reading
of the roll....

Jer. xxxvi. 9. to end.
* 2 Kings xxiv. part de

ver. 1. and ver. 21
II. Rebellion and death of Jehoiakim

2 Chron. Ixxvi. 3.; 2 Kings xxiv. 3.;!

Chron. xxxvi. 8.

2 Kings xxiv. 6-10.; III. Reign of Jehoiachin, nineteenth king. Three

Jer. xxii. 24. to end;
months.—Captivity of Ezekiel, &c.......

Jer. xxiii.; 2 kingi
xxiv. 10-17.; !

Chron. xxxvi. 9, 10
IV. Accession of Zedekiah-Prediction of the resto-

ration of the Jews
V. Prediction of the duration of the captivity
VI. Prophecy of the restoration of the Jews .....
VII. Fate of the surrounding nations prefigured-

Hananiah the false prophet is punished with

death
VIII. Prophecy of the fate of the surrounding nations Jerem. xlvii. xlix.
IX. Prophecy against Babylon ......
X. General introduction to the narrative of the de-2 Chron. xxxvi. 11–12;

struction of the temple and of Jerusalem.... } 2 Kings xxv. 1, 2.
XI. Approach of the Chaldean army-Capture 7

of Zedekiah and the city foretold-The

Hebrew slaves released
XII. Imprisonment of Jeremiah
XIII. The Chaldeans raise the siege of Jerusalem,

and march against Pharaoh Hophra, king of

Egypt
The destruction of the Philistines and the Egyp-

tians foretold
XV. On the departure of the Chaldeans the Hebrew

slaves are recalled
XVI. Jeremiah, attempting to make his escape from

Jerusalem, is again imprisoned
XVII. Jeremiah, applied to by the king; repeats his

former predictions XVIII.

chial

Jerem. lii. 1-4.; IXIT.
Jerem. xxix. 1-15;

16–21., 15.; 21.00

end.
... Jerem. XXX. Xxxi.

Jerem. Ixvii. xxviii.

Jerem. I. li.

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Jerem. xxxix. 1.; XXIV.

1-5.; xxxiv. 1-11. Jerem. xxxii. xxxiii.

SE

XIV.

Jerem. Xxxvii. 5.
Jerem. xlvii.; Ert.

6-11.

Jerem. xxxiv, 11. to end.

Jerem. XXxvii. 11. to end.

Jerem. xxi.

to end.

lii. 7-12.;

deliverance of Jeremiah

? 11–15.; li

. 24-28

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