2 Kings chapter 1

2Ki 1:1. Moab rebels.
2Ki 1:2-4. Ahaziah, sending to Baal-zebub, hath his judgment by Elijah.
2Ki 1:5-12. Elijah twice brings fire from heaven upon them whom Ahaziah sent to apprehend him.
2Ki 1:13-16. He pities the third captain, and, encouraged by an angel, tells the king of his death.
2Ki 1:17-18. Jehoram succeeds Ahaziah.

2 Kings chapter 2

2Ki 2:1-8. Elijah, taking his leave of Elisha, with his mantle divides Jordan;
2Ki 2:9-11. and, granting Elisha his request, is taken up by a fiery chariot into heaven.
2Ki 2:12-15. Elisha, dividing Jordan with Elijah’s mantle, is acknowledged his successor.
2Ki 2:16-18. The young prophets, hardly obtaining leave to seek Elijah, cannot find him.
2Ki 2:19-22. Elisha with salt heals the unwholesome waters.
2Ki 2:23-25. Bears destroy the children that mocked Elisha.

2 Kings chapter 3

2Ki 3:1-3. Jehoram’s reign.
2Ki 3:4-5. Mesha rebels.
2Ki 3:6-20. Jehoram, with Jehoshaphat, and the king of Edom, being distressed for want of water, by Elisha obtains water, and promise of victory.
2Ki 3:21-25. The Moabites, deceived by the colour of the water, coming to spoil, are overcome.
2Ki 3:26-27. The king of Moab, failing in his attempt to break through to the king of Edom, sacrifices his son, and raises the siege.

2 Kings chapter 4

2Ki 4:1-7. Elisha multiplies the widow’s oil.
2Ki 4:8-17. He obtains a son for the good Shunammite.
2Ki 4:18-37. He restores her son when dead.
2Ki 4:38-41. At Gilgal he heals the deadly pottage.
2Ki 4:42-44. He satisfies an hundred men with twenty loaves.

2 Kings chapter 5

2Ki 5:1-7. Naaman, by the report of a captive maid, is sent to Samaria to be cured of his leprosy.
2Ki 5:8-14. Elisha, sending him to Jordan cures him.
2Ki 5:15-19. He refusing Naaman’s gifts grants him some of the earth.
2Ki 5:20-27. Gehazi, abusing his master’s name unto Naaman, is smitten with leprosy.

2 Kings chapter 6

2Ki 6:1-7. Elisha, giving leave to the young prophets to enlarge their dwellings, causes iron to swim.
2Ki 6:8-12. He discloses the king of Syria’s counsel.
2Ki 6:13-18. The army which was sent to Dothan to apprehend Elisha, is smitten with blindness.
2Ki 6:19-23. Being brought into Samaria, they are dismissed in peace.
2Ki 6:24-29. The famine in Samaria causes women to eat their own children.
2Ki 6:30-33. The king sends to slay Elisha.

2 Kings chapter 7

2Ki 7:1-2. Elisha prophesies incredible plenty in Samaria.
2Ki 7:3-11. Four lepers, venturing on the host of the Syrians, bring tidings of their flight.
2Ki 7:12-16. The king, finding by spies the news to be true, spoils the tents of the Syrians.
2Ki 7:17-20. The lord who would not believe the prophecy of plenty, having the charge of the gate, is trodden to death in the press.

2 Kings chapter 8

2Ki 8:1-6. The Shunammite, having left her country seven years, to avoid the forewarned famine, for Elisha’s miracle’s sake has her land restored by the king.
2Ki 8:7-15. Hazael, being sent with a present by Ben-hadad to Elisha at Damascus, after he had heard the prophecy, kills his master, and succeeds him.
2Ki 8:16-19. Jehoram’s wicked reign in Judah.
2Ki 8:20-22. Edom and Libnah revolt.
2Ki 8:23-24. Ahaziah succeeds Jehoram.
2Ki 8:25-27. Ahaziah’s wicked reign.
2Ki 8:28-29. He visits Joram, being wounded, at Jezreel.

2 Kings chapter 9

2Ki 9:1-3. Elisha sends a young prophet with instructions to anoint Jehu at Ramoth-gilead.
2Ki 9:4-10. The prophet having done his message, flees.
2Ki 9:11-26. Jehu, being made king by the soldiers, kills Joram in the field of Naboth.
2Ki 9:27-29. Ahaziah is slain at Gur, and buried at Jerusalem.
2Ki 9:30-37. Proud Jezebel is thrown down out of a window, and eaten by dogs.

2 Kings chapter 10

2Ki 10:1-7. Jehu, by his letters, causes seventy of Ahab’s children to be beheaded.
2Ki 10:8-11. He excuses the fact by the prophecy of Elijah.
2Ki 10:12-14. At the shearing house he slays two and forty of Ahaziah’s brethren.
2Ki 10:15-17. He takes Jehonadab into his company.
2Ki 10:18-28. By subtilty he destroys all the worshippers of Baal.
2Ki 10:29-31. Jehu follows Jeroboam’s sins.
2Ki 10:32-33. Hazael oppresses Israel.
2Ki 10:34-36. Jehoahaz succeeds Jehu.

2 Kings chapter 11

2Ki 11:1-3. Jehoash, being saved by Jehosheba his aunt from Athaliah’s massacre of the seed royal, is hid six years in the house of God.
2Ki 11:4-12. Jehoiada, giving order to the captains, in the seventh year anoints him king.
2Ki 11:13-16. Athaliah is slain.
2Ki 11:17-21. Jehoiada restores the worship of God.

2 Kings chapter 12

2Ki 12:1-3. Jehoash reigns well all the days of Jehoiada.
2Ki 12:4-16. He gives order for the repair of the temple.
2Ki 12:17-18. Hazael is diverted from Jerusalem by a present of the hallowed treasures.
2Ki 12:19-21. Jehoash being slain, Amaziah succeeds him.

2 Kings chapter 13

2Ki 13:1-2. Jehoahaz’s wicked reign.
2Ki 13:3-7. Jehoahaz, oppressed by Hazael, is relieved by prayer.
2Ki 13:8-9. Joash succeeds him.
2Ki 13:10-11. His wicked reign.
2Ki 13:12-13. Jeroboam succeeds him.
2Ki 13:14-19. Elisha dying, prophesies to Joash three victories over the Syrians.
2Ki 13:20-21. The Moabites invading the land, Elisha’s bones raise a dead man.
2Ki 13:22-25. Joash gets three victories over Ben-hadad.

2 Kings chapter 14

2Ki 14:1-4. Amaziah’s good reign.
2Ki 14:5-6. His justice on the murderers of his father.
2Ki 14:7. His victory over Edom.
2Ki 14:8-14. Amaziah, provoking Jehoash, is overcome and spoiled.
2Ki 14:15-16. Jeroboam succeeds Jehoash.
2Ki 14:17-20. Amaziah slain by a conspiracy.
2Ki 14:21-22. Azariah succeeds him.
2Ki 14:23-27. Jeroboam’s wicked reign.
2Ki 14:28-29. Zachariah succeeds him.

2 Kings chapter 15

2Ki 15:1-4. Azariah’s good reign.
2Ki 15:5-7. He dying a leper, Jotham succeeds.
2Ki 15:8-12. Zachariah the last of Jehu’s generation, reigning ill, is slain by Shallum.
2Ki 15:13-15. Shallum, reigning a month, is slain by Menahem.
2Ki 15:16-20. Menahem strengthens himself by Pul.
2Ki 15:21-22. Pekahiah succeeds him.
2Ki 15:23-26. Pekahiah is slain by Pekah.
2Ki 15:27-31. Pekah is oppressed by Tiglath-pileser, and slain by Hoshea.
2Ki 15:32-35. Jotham’s good reign.
2Ki 15:36-38. Ahaz succeeds him.

2 Kings chapter 16

2Ki 16:1-4. Ahaz’s wicked reign.
2Ki 16:5-9. Ahaz, assailed by Rezin and Pekah, hires Tiglath-pileser against them.
2Ki 16:10-16. Ahaz, sending a pattern of an altar from Damascus to Urijah, diverts the brazen altar to his own devotions.
2Ki 16:17-18. He spoils the temple.
2Ki 16:19-20. Hezekiah succeeds him.

2 Kings chapter 17

2Ki 17:1-2. Hoshea’s wicked reign.
2Ki 17:3-4. Being subdued by Shalmaneser, he conspires against him with So, king of Egypt.
2Ki 17:5-23. Samaria for sinning is led into captivity.
2Ki 17:24-41. The strange nations which were transplanted into Samaria, being plagued with lions, make a mixture of religions.

2 Kings chapter 18

2Ki 18:1-3. Hezekiah’s good reign.
2Ki 18:4-8. He destroys idolatry, and prospers.
2Ki 18:9-12. The inhabitants of Samaria are carried captive for their sins.
2Ki 18:13-16. Sennacherib invading Judah, is pacified by a tribute.
2Ki 18:17-37. Rab-shakeh, by blasphemous persuasions, solicits the people to revolt.

2 Kings chapter 19

2Ki 19:1-5. Hezekiah mourning, sends to Isaiah to pray for them.
2Ki 19:6-7. Isaiah comforts them.
2Ki 19:8-13. Sennacherib, going to encounter Tirhakah, sends a blasphemous letter to Hezekiah.
2Ki 19:14-19. Hezekiah’s prayer.
2Ki 19:20-34. Isaiah’s prophecy of the pride and destruction of Sennacherib, and the good of Zion.
2Ki 19:35. An angel slays the Assyrians.
2Ki 19:36-37. Sennacherib is slain by his own sons.

2 Kings chapter 20

2Ki 20:1-7. Hezekiah, having received a message of death, by prayer has his life lengthened.
2Ki 20:8-11. The sun goes ten degrees backward for a sign of that promise.
2Ki 20:12-13. Berodach-baladan sending to visit Hezekiah, because of the wonder, has notice of his treasures.
2Ki 20:14-19. Isaiah understanding thereof, foretells the Babylonian captivity.
2Ki 20:20-21. Manasseh succeeds Hezekiah.

2 Kings chapter 21

2Ki 21:1-2. Manasseh’s reign.
2Ki 21:3-9. His great idolatry.
2Ki 21:10-16. His wickedness causes prophecies against Judah.
2Ki 21:17-18. Amon succeeds him.
2Ki 21:19-22. Amon’s wicked reign.
2Ki 21:23-26. He being slain by his servants, and those murderers slain by the people, Josiah is made king.

2 Kings chapter 22

2Ki 22:1-2. Josiah’s good reign.
2Ki 22:3-7. He takes care for the repair of the temple.
2Ki 22:8-14. Hilkiah having found a book of the law, Josiah sends to Huldah to inquire of the Lord.
2Ki 22:15-20. Huldah prophesies the destruction of Jerusalem, but respite thereof in Josiah’s time.

2 Kings chapter 23

2Ki 23:1-2. Josiah causes the book to be read in a solemn assembly.
2Ki 23:3. He renews the covenant of the Lord.
2Ki 23:4-14. He destroys idolatry.
2Ki 23:15-20. He burns dead men’s bones upon the altar of Beth-el, as was fore-prophesied.
2Ki 23:21-23. He keeps a most solemn passover.
2Ki 23:24-25. He puts away witches and all abomination.
2Ki 23:26-28. God’s final wrath against Judah.
2Ki 23:29-30. Josiah, provoking Pharaoh-nechoh, is slain at Megiddo.
2Ki 23:31-35. Jehoahaz, succeeding him, is imprisoned by Pharaoh-nechoh, who makes Jehoiakim king.
2Ki 23:36-37. Jehoiakim’s wicked reign.

2 Kings chapter 24

2Ki 24:1-4. Jehoiakim, first subdued by Nebuchadnezzar, then rebelling against him, procures his own ruin.
2Ki 24:5-6. Jehoiachin succeeds him.
2Ki 24:7. The king of Egypt is vanquished by the king of Babylon.
2Ki 24:8-9. Jehoiachin’s evil reign.
2Ki 24:10-16. Jerusalem is taken and carried captive into Babylon.
2Ki 24:17-20. Zedekiah is made king, and reigns ill, unto the utter destruction of Judah.

2 Kings chapter 25

2Ki 25:1-3. Jerusalem is besieged.
2Ki 25:4-7. Zedekiah taken, his sons slain, his eyes put out.
2Ki 25:8-12. Nebuzar-adan defaces the city, carries the remnant, except a few poor labourers, into captivity;
2Ki 25:13-17. and spoils and carries away the treasures.
2Ki 25:18-21. The nobles are slain at Riblah.
2Ki 25:22-26. Gedaliah, who was over them that remained, being slain, the rest flee into Egypt.
2Ki 25:27-30. Evil-merodach advances Jehoiachin in his court.