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Q. To whom did the king of Syria send a letter?
God, to kill and make alive? 2 Kings v, 7.
them. Q. What did Elisha say when he heard of it? A. Let him come to me, and he shall know that
there is a prophet in Israel. 2 Kings v, 8. Q. When he came, what word did Elisha send him? A. That he should go and wash seven times in
Jordan. 2 Kings v, 10. Q. How was Naaman affected by this? Ă. He was wroth. 2 Kings v, 11. Q. What did he suppose the prophet would do ? A. That he would come out to him, and call
upon God, and heal him at once. Q. What did his servants advise him to do? Ă. To obey the prophet. 2 Kings v, 13. Q. When he had done so, what happened ? Å. He was healed of his leprosy. 2 Kings v, 14. Q. What did he then urge Elisha to take? A. A rich present. 2 Kings v, 15. Q. Did Elisha consent? A. He did not. 2 Kings v, 16. Q. When Gehazi saw that his master refused, what did
he do? A. He went out secretly after Naaman. 2 Kings
V, 20, 21.
Q. What did he tell to obtain a gift?
2 KINGS VI-XVII.
Question. Who came up to besiege Samaria ?
vi, 24. * Chapters on Scripture history may be taught or omitted according to the capacity of the class. Greater length has been allowed on some of these chapters for the sake of keeping up a continuous outline of facts.-ED.
Q. What was in Samaria ?
2 Kings vi, 28, 29. Q. At the height of the famine, what did Elisha tell the
king of Syria ? d. That on the morrow there should be an
abundance of food. 2 Kings vii, 1. Q. What did a great lord say ? Ă. If God would make windows in heaven it
might be. 2 Kings vii, 2. Q. What did Elisha tell him? Å. That he should see it with his eyes, but not
eat thereof. Q. Who were sitting at the gate of the city? A. Four lepers. 2 Kings vii, 3. Q. What did they conclude to do? Ă. To go over to the enemy's camp. 2 Kings
vii, 4. Q. When they came there, what did they find ? A. The camp deserted, and the provisions left
behind. 2 Kings vii, 5. Q. What had happened? Ă. The Lord had made the Syrians hear a
noise of a great host, and they had fled. in
confusion. 2 Kings vii, 6. Q. What did the lepers do? 4. They ran, and told the inhabitants of the
city. 2 Kings vii, 10. Q. What did they do? A. They came out, and spoiled the camp of the
Syrians. 2 Kings vii, 16.
Q. What happened to the lord who had doubted the prophet's word? A. The people trode upon him as they rushed
out of the gate of the city. 2 Kings vii, 20. Q. Who succeeded Jehoshaphat as king of Judah ? A. His son Jehoram. 2 Kings viii, 16. Q. What was his character ? A. He walked in the ways of the kings of Israel.
2 Kings viii, 18. Q. Who was his wife? A. A daughter of Ahab. Q. How long did he reign? A. Eight years. 2 Kings viii, 17, Q. Who was his successor? 4. Abaziah his son, 2 Kings viii, 25. Q. How long did he reign ? A. But one year. 2. What is said of him? A. He did evil in the sight of the Lord. 2 Kings
viii, 27. Q. With whom did he unite in war? A. With Joram, king of Israel. 2 Kings viii, 28. Q. On what occasion did he visit him? A. When he was sick. 2 Kings viii, 29. Q. Whom did Elisha, by the command of God, anoint king
of Israel? A. Jehu. 2 Kings ix, 2, 3. Q. What did he command him to do? Å. To smite the house of Ahab. 2 Kings ix, 7. Q. When Joram and Ahaziah, king of Judah, came in a
chariot to meet Jehu, what did he do? A. He smote Joram through the heart, and
commanded his followers to do the same to King Ahaziah. 2 Kings ix, 24, 27.
Q. What did Jehu do with Jezebel ?
from her palace. 2 Kings ix, 33. Q. What became of her? X. The dogs eat her body, according to the
word of God by Elijah. 2 Kings ix, 36. Q. Whom did Jehu destroy?. Ă. All the priests of Baal and all the sons of
Ahab. 2 Kings x, 11. Q. Did Jehu remain faithful to God? Ă. He fell into the sins of Jeroboam. 2 Kings
Q. How long did he reign ?
did she do? A. She destroyed all his brothers but Joash.
2 Kings xi, i. Q. Who saved him? Ă. His aunt. 2 Kings xi, 2. Q. What was the character of Athaliah ? A. She was a wicked and idolatrous woman. Q. When Joash was seven years old, what did Jehoiada the
priest do? A. He brought him forth to the people. 2 Kings
Forty years. 2 Kings xii, 1.
did that which was right in the sight of Lord. 2 Kings xii, 2.