What was the purport of Jehu's first letter to the elders of Samaria, and how did they answer him?
What were the contents of the second letter, and what effect had it?
What was done with the heads of Ahab's sons when brought to Jezreel, and what did Jehu take occasion to say to the people?
How did he proceed in executing the bloody work assigned him?
What other persons, falling within his instructions, were slain at the pit of the shearing house? v.12—14.
Do these tremendous judgments shew the consequences of being connected with wicked men, as well as the danger of apostacy and idolatry?
What good man did he meet with and take into his carriage on the way, and what conversation ensued between them?
What have we elsewhere said of this Jehonadab? Jer. 35.6—10.
Are good men often liable to be imposed upon by the shew of great zeal?
Is a real concern for the glory of God, of an ostentatious nature? Prov. 27.2.
What did Jehu do on his arrival at Samaria? V. 17—25.
Is his stratagem to be justified? Rom. 3. 8.
Does Jehonadab appear to have been too hasty in his concurrence?
What was done with the images and the house of Baal?
Were Jehu's motives in these transactions pure and upright?
What was his subsequent conduct?
Is it a common character of hypocrites to be very earnest about one part of religion and very negligent about others?
What disasters began to happen to Israel in these days and who were the principal sufferers?
Did these tribes now smart for the choice their ancestors had made of an inheritance on the other side of the river?
Do we find that Damascus notwithstanding was afterwards reckoned with for this invasion? Amos 1.3,4.< Previous | Index | Next >