Special Baal robes Jehu also had plans for Baal worshippers. First he ordered up special robes for Baal worshippers. “How many do you need,” the tailors asked. “As many as there are worshippers of Baal.” He called a convention of Baal worshippers, and as they arrived at the Baal Temple, the master of the wardrobe […]
http://www.internationalstandardbible.com/J/jehu.html International Standard Bible Encyclopedia Online Jehu je’-hu (yehu; meaning uncertain, perhaps “Yahweh is he”; 1Ki 19:16-17; 2Ki 9:1-37; 10:1-36; Eiou): Son of Jehoshaphat, and descendant of Nimshi, hence, commonly called “the son of Nimshi”; 10th king of Israel, and founder of its IVth Dynasty. Jehu reign for 28 years. His accession may be reckoned […]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jehonadab What makes them think this connection is real? seems hoaky to me. Jeremiah 35:14-16New International Version (NIV) 14 ‘Jehonadab son of Rekab ordered his descendants not to drink wine and this command has been kept. To this day they do not drink wine, because they obey their forefather’s command. But I have spoken to you […]
When somebody says, I heard it prophesied thus and so, therefore that’s how they do it. Does taht make it less of a fulfillment of prophecy? For instance, Jehu to Bignah….You and I heard it this way, so dump his body here. 3. We have to follow this story all the way to the deaths of […]
If he and Bidkar rode side by side behind Ahab (2 Kg 9:25)? Ahab reigned 22 years Ahaziah 2 J(eh)oram 12 Jehu 28 So 22+2+12=36 years from the start of Ahab’s reign to the start of Jehu’s reign. If Jehu started serving Ahab at the beginnig of Ahab’s reign at age 18, that would make […]
there’s a good wiki about this confusion of names. Where does it say Joram?! 2 Kg 1:17 Jehoram, 3:1 Jehoram 2 Chron 21:1 Jehoram
Jehu always had a plan.  “The average Ruskie, son, don’t take a dump without a plan.”
For the blood of Naboth and for the blood of his children that I saw yesterday, says the Lord, I swear I will repay you on this very plot of ground.  for the blood of his children that I saw yesterday? Did that council kill Naboth’s children, too?
King Ahaziah of Judah tried to get away toward the Garden House  Beth-haggan – House of the Garden – perhaps not a city, just a house with a garden.
As his chariot climbed the rise toward Gur over by Ibleam the arrows reached him. His driver got him as far as Megiddo, where he died.  Gur, Ibleam, Meggido — great topics for a blog post with a map.