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David’s Descendants
3:1 These were the sons of David who were born to him in Hebron: The firstborn was Amnon, whose mother was Ahinoam from Jezreel; the second was Daniel, whose mother was Abigail from Carmel; 3:2 the third was Absalom whose mother was Maacah, daughter of King Talmai of Geshur; the fourth was Adonijah, whose mother was Haggith; 3:3 the fifth was Shephatiah, whose mother was Abital; the sixth was Ithream, whose mother was Eglah. 3:4 These six were born to David in Hebron, where he ruled for seven years and six months. He ruled thirty-three years in Jerusalem. 3:5 These were the sons born to him in Jerusalem: Shimea, Shobab, Nathan, and Solomon– the mother of these four was Bathsheba the daughter of Ammiel. 3:6 The other nine were Ibhar, Elishua, Elpelet, 3:7 Nogah, Nepheg, Japhia, 3:8 Elishama, Eliada, and Eliphelet. 3:9 These were all the sons of David, not counting the sons of his concubines. Tamar was their sister.
Solomon’s Descendants
3:10 Solomon’s son was Rehoboam, followed by Abijah his son, Asa his son, Jehoshaphat his son, 3:11 Joram his son, Ahaziah his son, Joash his son, 3:12 Amaziah his son, Azariah his son, Jotham his son, 3:13 Ahaz his son, Hezekiah his son, Manasseh his son, 3:14 Amon his son, Josiah his son. 3:15 The sons of Josiah: Johanan was the firstborn; Jehoiakim was born second; Zedekiah third; and Shallum fourth. 3:16 The sons of Jehoiakim: his son Jehoiachin and his son Zedekiah. 3:17 The sons of Jehoiachin the exile: Shealtiel his son, 3:18 Malkiram, Pedaiah, Shenazzar, Jekamiah, Hoshama, and Nedabiah. 3:19 The sons of Pedaiah: Zerubbabel and Shimei. The sons of Zerubbabel: Meshullam and Hananiah. Shelomith was their sister. 3:20 The five others were Hashubah, Ohel, Berechiah, Hasadiah, and Jushab-Hesed. 3:21 The descendants of Hananiah: Pelatiah, Jeshaiah, the sons of Rephaiah, of Arnan, of Obadiah, and of Shecaniah. 3:22 The descendants of Shecaniah: Shemaiah and his sons: Hattush, Igal, Bariah, Neariah, and Shaphat– six in all. 3:23 The sons of Neariah: Elioenai, Hizkiah, and Azrikam– three in all. 3:24 The sons of Elioenai: Hodaviah, Eliashib, Pelaiah, Akkub, Johanan, Delaiah, and Anani– seven in all.
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Nama Orang, Nama Tempat, Topik/Tema Kamus

Nama Orang dan Nama Tempat:
 · Abigail the widow of Nabal; wife of David,daughter of Jesse; sister of King David; wife of Ithra/Jether
 · Abijah the son and successor of King Rehoboam
 · Abital a woman; David's wife
 · Absalom the son of David and Maacah
 · Adonijah son of David and Haggith,a Levite whom King Jehoshaphat commissioned to teach the law,an Israelite chief who signed the covenant to obey God's law
 · Ahaz a son of Jotham; listed as an ancestor of Jesus,son and successor of King Jotham of Judah,son of Micah of Benjamin
 · Ahaziah son and successor of Jehu, King of Israel,son and successor of Josiah, King of Judah,youngest son and successor of King Jehoram of Judah
 · Ahinoam a woman; Saul's wife, daughter of Ahimaaz,a woman; David's wife from Jezreel
 · Akkub son of Eli-O-Enai (Hananiah Zerubbabel David Judah); Akkub I,a Levite who was chief gate keeper under Nehemiah; Akkub II,a chief Temple Servant under Nehemiah; Akkub III,a Levite scribe who helped Ezra explain the law; Akkub IV
 · Amaziah son of Joash; king of Judah,a prince of Simeon under Hezekiah,son of Hilkiah (Merari Levi),pagan priest of Bethel under Jeroboam who opposed Amos
 · Ammiel a man sent by Moses as a spy,father of Machir who sheltered Mephibosheth after Saul's death,father of Bathshua/Bathsheba, David's wife,a Levite gatekeeper whose descendants returned from exile
 · Amnon son of King David and Ahinoam,the son of Shimon of Judah
 · Amon a son of Manasseh; the father of Josiah and an ancestor of Jesus,governor of the Town of Samaria under King Ahab,son and successor of King Manasseh,a man who, with his sons, were servants of Solomon
 · Anani son of Eli-O-Enai (Hananiah Zerubbabel David)
 · Arnan son of Rephaiah, a descendant of Hananiah, Zerubbabel and David
 · Asa a son of Abijah; the father of Jehoshaphat; an ancestor of Jesus.,son of Abijam and king of Judah,son of Elkanah; a Levite whose descendants returned from exile
 · Azariah son of Ahimaaz; grandson and successor of Zadok I,son of Nathan; a priest who was chief of Solomons officers,son and successor of king Amaziah of Judah,son of Ethan son of Zerah of Judah,son of Jehu son of Obed of Judah,son of Johanan; descendant of Meraioth I,son of Hilkiah before the exile; high priest Azariah III,a descendant of Hilkiah the priest,son of Zephaniah/Uriel (Korah Levi); forefather of Samuel,son of Oded; prophet under King Asa,second son of Jehoshaphat; brother of King Jehoram,fifth son of Jehoshaphat; brother of King Jehoram,son of Jeroham; a commander who helped enthrone Joash,son of Obed; a commander who helped enthrone Joash,the priest who confronted Uzziah for offering incense,a chief of Ephraim under Israel's King Pekah,father of Joel (Kohath Levi), who served under Hezekiah,son of Jehallelel (Merari Levi). He served under Hezekiah,chief priest, of Zadok's line, under Hezekiah,son of Maaseiah son of Ananiah; a repairer of Nehemiah's wall,a man who accompanied Zerubbabel back to the land of Judah,a scribe who helped Ezra explain the reading of the Law,a priest who signed the covenant to keep God's law,a prince of Judah who led praises to God on the new city wall,son of Hoshaiah; one of the leaders rebelling against Jeremiah,a man exiled from Judah and trained with Daniel in Babylon
 · Azrikam son of Neariah, the descendent of Solomon,son of Azel of Benjamin,son of Hashabiah (Merari Levi),the commander of the palace under King Ahaz
 · Bariah son of Shemaiah, a descendant of Hananiah, Zerubbabel and David
 · Bath-Shua daughter of Shua the Canaanite; wife of Judah,daughter of Ammiel/Eliam; the wife David took from Uriah
 · Bath-shua daughter of Shua the Canaanite; wife of Judah,daughter of Ammiel/Eliam; the wife David took from Uriah
 · Berechiah son of Meshullam; a descendant of Jehoiachin, king of Judah,son of Shimea (Levi); father of Asaph, David's song leader,son of Asa; a Levite who led his clan back from exile,a Levite porter for the ark in David's time,son of Meshillemoth, a man of Ephraim in the time of Pekah 741 BC (YC),son of Meshezabel; father of Meshullam a wall repairman,son of Iddo; father of Zechariah the prophet
 · Carmel a woman resident of the town of Carmel
 · Carmelitess a woman resident of the town of Carmel
 · Daniel the prophet who wrote the book of Daniel,son of David and Abigail,head of clan (Ithamar Levi) who pledged to obey God's law,prophet who wrote the book of Daniel
 · David a son of Jesse of Judah; king of Israel,son of Jesse of Judah; king of Israel
 · Delaiah son of Eli-O-Enai (Hananiah Zerubbabel David Judah),chief of a division of priests serving in David's sanctuary,head of a clan of returnees lacking proof of being Israelites,son of Mehetabel; father of Shemaiah who tempted Nehemiah,son of Shemaiah; a prince of Judah under Jehoiakim
 · Eglah wife of king David
 · Eli-O-Enai son of Neariah, a descendant of Hananiah, Zerubbabel and David,head of an influential clan of Simeon in King Hezekiah's time,son of Becher son of Benjamin,a priest of the Pashhur clan who put away his heathen wife,a layman of the Zattu clan who put away his heathen wife,a priest who played the trumpet at the dedication of the wall
 · Eliada father of Rezon, king of Damascus in Solomon's time,son of David born in Jerusalem,a Benjamite commander under Jehoshaphat
 · Eliashib chief of a division of priests serving in David's sanctuary,son of Eli-O-Enai, (Hananiah Zerubbabel David),high priest in the days of Nehemiah,a Levite singer who agreed to put away his heathen wife,a layman of the Zattu clan who put away his heathen wife,a layman of the Bani clan who put away his heathen wife,a chief priest; son of Joiakim


Topik/Tema Kamus: David | Jacob | GENEALOGY, 8 part 2 | Rehoboam | Genealogy | Polygamy | CHRONICLES, BOOKS OF | Pedaiah | GENEALOGY, 8 part 1 | Shemaiah | JERIMOTH | Hananiah | Johanan | Elishama | Elioenai | GENEALOGY, 1-7 | Eliphelet | ZERUBBABEL | Neariah | Shechaniah | selebihnya
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Wesley: 1Ch 3:3 - His wife Possibly so called because she was his first, and therefore most proper wife, though her son was born after all the rest before mentioned, and therefo...

Possibly so called because she was his first, and therefore most proper wife, though her son was born after all the rest before mentioned, and therefore she and her son are put in the sixth place, the wive being here named only for the sons sake.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:5 - Four All David's children by her, as the text positively affirms: and therefore Solomon is called her, only son, Pro 4:3, because she loved him as if he ha...

All David's children by her, as the text positively affirms: and therefore Solomon is called her, only son, Pro 4:3, because she loved him as if he had been so.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:5 - Ammiel Called also Eliam, 2Sa 11:3.

Called also Eliam, 2Sa 11:3.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:6 - Eliphelet And he had two other sons called by the same names, 1Ch 3:8, probably they were by different wives: and probably they were then distinguished by some ...

And he had two other sons called by the same names, 1Ch 3:8, probably they were by different wives: and probably they were then distinguished by some additional clause or title, which is here omitted, because the two first were dead before the two second were born, and therefore the names of the deceased were given to these to preserve their memory.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:8 - Nine There are but seven mentioned, 2Sa 5:14. Two of them are omitted there, because they died very early, and here we have all the sons of David, which cl...

There are but seven mentioned, 2Sa 5:14. Two of them are omitted there, because they died very early, and here we have all the sons of David, which clause is not added 2Sa 5:13-16.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:15 - Shallum Which most conceive to be the same who is called Jehoahaz, 2Ki 23:30.

Which most conceive to be the same who is called Jehoahaz, 2Ki 23:30.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:16 - Zedekiak This was another Zedekiah. How seldom has a crown gone in a direct line, from father to son, as it did here, for seventeen generations! This was the r...

This was another Zedekiah. How seldom has a crown gone in a direct line, from father to son, as it did here, for seventeen generations! This was the recompense of David's piety. About the captivity the lineal descent was interrupted, and the crown went from a nephew to an uncle, a presage of the glory's departing from that house.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:17 - Assir Or, of Jechoniah the captive, which is added to shew that he begat his son when he was captive in Babylon.

Or, of Jechoniah the captive, which is added to shew that he begat his son when he was captive in Babylon.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:18 - Pedaiah The sentence seems to be short and imperfect, as is frequent in the Hebrew language, and something is here understood, as, the sons also of Salathiel ...

The sentence seems to be short and imperfect, as is frequent in the Hebrew language, and something is here understood, as, the sons also of Salathiel were Malchiram and Pedaiah, &c. as they gather from hence that the same Zerubbabel is called the son of Pedaiah, 1Ch 3:19, and the son (that is, the grandson) of Salathiel, Mat 1:12.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:19 - Their sister Sister to the two last named sons of Zerubbabel, namely, by both parents; and therefore named before the other five, 1Ch 3:20, who were her brethren b...

Sister to the two last named sons of Zerubbabel, namely, by both parents; and therefore named before the other five, 1Ch 3:20, who were her brethren by the father, but not by the mother.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:21 - Shechaniah All these both parents and their sons blended together, are mentioned as the sons of Hananiah, and branches of the royal stock.

All these both parents and their sons blended together, are mentioned as the sons of Hananiah, and branches of the royal stock.

Wesley: 1Ch 3:22 - Six Including the father. But the Hebrew word, Shisha, which is rendered six, may be the proper name of one of the sons of Shemaiah.

Including the father. But the Hebrew word, Shisha, which is rendered six, may be the proper name of one of the sons of Shemaiah.

JFB: 1Ch 3:1-3 - Now these were the sons of David, which were born unto him in Hebron It is of consequence for the proper understanding of events in the domestic history of David, to bear in mind the place and time of his sons' birth. T...

It is of consequence for the proper understanding of events in the domestic history of David, to bear in mind the place and time of his sons' birth. The oldest son, born after his father's accession to the sovereign authority, is according to Eastern notions, the proper heir to the throne. And hence the natural aspirations of ambition in Ammon, who was long unaware of the alienation of the crown, and could not be easily reconciled to the claims of a younger brother being placed above his own (see on 2Sa 3:1-5).

JFB: 1Ch 3:3 - Eglah his wife Supposed to be another name of Michal, who, though she had no son after her mockery of David for dancing before the ark [2Sa 6:16, 2Sa 6:20], might ha...

Supposed to be another name of Michal, who, though she had no son after her mockery of David for dancing before the ark [2Sa 6:16, 2Sa 6:20], might have had one previous to that time. She has the title of wife appended to her name because she was his proper wife; and the mention of her name last probably arose from the circumstance that, having been withdrawn from David and married to another husband but afterwards restored, she had in reality become the last of his wives.

JFB: 1Ch 3:5 - four, of Bath-shua the daughter of Ammiel Or, "Bath-sheba" (2Sa 11:3), and there her father is called "Eliam." Of course Solomon was not her "only son," but he is called so (Pro 4:3) from the ...

Or, "Bath-sheba" (2Sa 11:3), and there her father is called "Eliam." Of course Solomon was not her "only son," but he is called so (Pro 4:3) from the distinguished affection of which he was the object; and though the oldest, he is named the last of Bath-sheba's children.

JFB: 1Ch 3:6 - Elishama and Eliphelet Two sons of the same name are twice mentioned (1Ch 3:8). They were the children of different mothers, and had probably some title or epithet appended ...

Two sons of the same name are twice mentioned (1Ch 3:8). They were the children of different mothers, and had probably some title or epithet appended by which the one was distinguished from the other. Or, it might be, that the former two were dead, and their names had been given to sons afterwards born to preserve their memories.

JFB: 1Ch 3:8 - nine The number of David's sons born after his removal to Jerusalem, was eleven (2Sa 5:14), but only nine are mentioned here: two of them being omitted, ei...

The number of David's sons born after his removal to Jerusalem, was eleven (2Sa 5:14), but only nine are mentioned here: two of them being omitted, either in consequence of their early deaths or because they left no issue.

JFB: 1Ch 3:10 - Solomon's son was Rehoboam, &c. David's line is here drawn down to the captivity, through a succession of good and bad, but still influential and celebrated, monarchs. It has rarely ...

David's line is here drawn down to the captivity, through a succession of good and bad, but still influential and celebrated, monarchs. It has rarely happened that a crown has been transmitted from father to son, in lineal descent, for seventeen reigns. But this was the promised reward of David's piety. There is, indeed, observable some vacillation towards the close of this period--the crown passing from one brother to another, an even from uncle to nephew--a sure sign of disorderly times and a disjointed government.

JFB: 1Ch 3:15 - Zedekiah Called the son of Josiah (compare Jer 1:3; Jer 37:1), but in 2Ch 36:19 he is described as the brother of Jehoiachin, who was the son of Jehoiakim, and...

Called the son of Josiah (compare Jer 1:3; Jer 37:1), but in 2Ch 36:19 he is described as the brother of Jehoiachin, who was the son of Jehoiakim, and consequently the grandson of Josiah. Words expressive of affinity or relationship are used with great latitude in the Hebrew.

JFB: 1Ch 3:15 - Shallum No king of this name is mentioned in the history of Josiah's sons (2Ki. 14:1-29; 2Ki. 23:1-37), but there is a notice of Shallum the son of Josiah (Je...

No king of this name is mentioned in the history of Josiah's sons (2Ki. 14:1-29; 2Ki. 23:1-37), but there is a notice of Shallum the son of Josiah (Jer 22:11), who reigned in the stead of his father, and who is generally supposed to be Jehoahaz, a younger son, here called the fourth, of Josiah.

JFB: 1Ch 3:17 - the sons of Jeconiah; Assir Rather, "Jeconiah the prisoner," or "captive." This record of his condition was added to show that Salathiel was born during the captivity in Babylon ...

Rather, "Jeconiah the prisoner," or "captive." This record of his condition was added to show that Salathiel was born during the captivity in Babylon (compare Mat 1:12). Jeconiah was written childless (Jer 22:30), a prediction which (as the words that follow explain) meant that this unfortunate monarch should have no son succeeding him on the throne.

JFB: 1Ch 3:18 - Malchiram also As far as Jeconiah, everything is plain; but there is reason to suspect that the text in the subsequent verses has been dislocated and disarranged. Th...

As far as Jeconiah, everything is plain; but there is reason to suspect that the text in the subsequent verses has been dislocated and disarranged. The object of the sacred historian is to trace the royal line through Zerubbabel; yet, according to the present reading, the genealogical stem cannot be drawn from Jeconiah downwards. The following arrangement of the text is given as removing all difficulties [DAVIDSON, Hermeneutics]:-- 1Ch 3:17. And the sons of Jeconiah the the captive, Salathiel (Shealtiel, Ezr 3:2; Neh 12:1; Hag 1:12, Hag 1:14; Hag 2:2) his son. 1Ch 3:18. And the sons of Salathiel; Zerubbabel and Shimei; and the sons of Zerubbabel; Meshullam, Hananiah, and Shelomith their sister. 1Ch 3:19. And Hashubah, and Ohel, and Berechiah, and Hasadiah, Jushab-hezed. 1Ch 3:20. And Malchiram, and Rephaiah, and Shenazar, Jecamiah, Hoshama, and Nedabiah. 1Ch 3:21. The sons of Hananiah; Pelatiah and Jesaiah; the sons of Rephaiah; his son Arnan, his son Obadiah, his son Shecaniah.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:1 - The second, Daniel The second, Daniel - In 2Sa 3:3, this person is called Chileab; he probably had two names. The Targum says, "The second, Daniel, who was also called...

The second, Daniel - In 2Sa 3:3, this person is called Chileab; he probably had two names. The Targum says, "The second, Daniel, who was also called Chileab, because he was in every respect like to his father."The Targumist refers here to the import of the word כלאב ke -le -ab , like to the father. Jarchi says the two names were given to this person because David, having taken Abigail immediately after the death of Nabal, it could not be ascertained whether this child were the son of David or of Nabal, therefore David called him דניאל Daniel , God is my Judge, and כלאב Chileab , he who is like to the father; probably from the striking resemblance he bore to David, his reputed father. "God is my Judge, I have not fathered another man’ s child; this is entirely like unto myself.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:3 - By Eglah his wide By Eglah his wide - The Targum, Jarchi, and others, maintain that this was Michal, the daughter of Saul; but this does not well agree with 2Sa 6:23 ...

By Eglah his wide - The Targum, Jarchi, and others, maintain that this was Michal, the daughter of Saul; but this does not well agree with 2Sa 6:23 : Michal had no child to the day of her death. Yet she might have had a child before the time that is mentioned above.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:5 - Shimea, and Shobab Shimea, and Shobab - Solomon is mentioned last, though he was the eldest of these four sons, because the genealogy was to be continued from him. Bat...

Shimea, and Shobab - Solomon is mentioned last, though he was the eldest of these four sons, because the genealogy was to be continued from him. Bath-shua בת שוע is the same as Bath-sheba, בת שבע the ו vau being put by mistake in the former for ב beth in the latter.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:6 - Elishama, and Eliphelet Elishama, and Eliphelet - In this and the eighth verse these two names occur twice; some think this is a mistake, but others suppose that two person...

Elishama, and Eliphelet - In this and the eighth verse these two names occur twice; some think this is a mistake, but others suppose that two persons of these names died young, and that the next born received the name of the deceased. - See Jarchi.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:8 - Nine Nine - There are thirteen if we count the four sons of Bath-sheba, and nine without them; and in the second book of Samuel there are eleven, reckoni...

Nine - There are thirteen if we count the four sons of Bath-sheba, and nine without them; and in the second book of Samuel there are eleven, reckoning the above four, and without them only seven. In the book of Samuel probably only those who were alive were reckoned, while the author of the Chronicles comprises those also who were dead in this enumeration. Jarchi supposes that the duplicate Elishama and Eliphelet are those which increase the regular number seven to nine; and that the dead without posterity, as well as the living, are mentioned to increase the number of David’ s descendants; for, says he, the whole book is written for the honor of David and his seed.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:9 - And Tamar their sister And Tamar their sister - This is the only daughter of David whose name is on record; and yet he is said to have had both Sons and Daughters, 2Sa 5:1...

And Tamar their sister - This is the only daughter of David whose name is on record; and yet he is said to have had both Sons and Daughters, 2Sa 5:13.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:16 - Zedekiah his son Zedekiah his son - If this be the same who was the last king of Judah, before the captivity, the word son must be taken here to signify successor; f...

Zedekiah his son - If this be the same who was the last king of Judah, before the captivity, the word son must be taken here to signify successor; for it is certain that Zedekiah was the successor of Jeconiah, and that Zedekiah was the son of Josiah, and not of Jehoiakim.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:17 - The sons of Jeconiah The sons of Jeconiah - Jeremiah has said (Jer 22:30) that Jeconiah, or, as he calls him, Coniah, should be childless; but this must refer to his pos...

The sons of Jeconiah - Jeremiah has said (Jer 22:30) that Jeconiah, or, as he calls him, Coniah, should be childless; but this must refer to his posterity being deprived of the throne, and indeed thus the prophet interprets it himself: For no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in Judah

Clarke: 1Ch 3:17 - Assir Assir - Salathiel was not the son of Assir, but of Jeconiah, Mat 1:12. Who then was Assir? Possibly nobody; for as the Hebrew אסר assir signif...

Assir - Salathiel was not the son of Assir, but of Jeconiah, Mat 1:12. Who then was Assir? Possibly nobody; for as the Hebrew אסר assir signifies a prisoner, it may be considered as an epithet of Jeconiah, who we know was a very long time prisoner in Babylon. See 2Ki 24:15 and Calmet.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:18 - Malchiram also Malchiram also - Calmet supposes we should read here, And the sons of Salathiel were Malchiram and Pedaiah, etc.

Malchiram also - Calmet supposes we should read here, And the sons of Salathiel were Malchiram and Pedaiah, etc.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:19 - The sons of Pedaiah The sons of Pedaiah - Houbigant thinks these words should be omitted. Pedaiah is wanting in the Arabic and Syriac. If this be omitted, Zerubbabel wi...

The sons of Pedaiah - Houbigant thinks these words should be omitted. Pedaiah is wanting in the Arabic and Syriac. If this be omitted, Zerubbabel will appear to be the son of Salathiel, according to Mat 1:12, and not the son of Pedaiah, as here stated.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:22 - The sons of Shemaiah - six The sons of Shemaiah - six - Five only are found in the text, and the versions give us no assistance; neither do the MSS. correct the place. If the ...

The sons of Shemaiah - six - Five only are found in the text, and the versions give us no assistance; neither do the MSS. correct the place. If the father be not here included with his sons, some name must be lost out of the text.

Clarke: 1Ch 3:24 - And Anani And Anani - "This is the King Messiah who is to be revealed."- T. Jarchi says the same, and refers to Dan 7:13 : Behold, one like the Son of man cam...

And Anani - "This is the King Messiah who is to be revealed."- T. Jarchi says the same, and refers to Dan 7:13 : Behold, one like the Son of man came with the clouds ( ענני ananey ) of heaven. For this application of the word he gives a fanciful reason, not worthy to be repeated. The Syriac and Arabic omit several names in this table, and make only twenty-three verses in the chapter: but such differences are frequent in the books of Chronicles.

Defender: 1Ch 3:17 - Salathiel In Mat 1:12 and Luk 3:27, Salathiel is said to be the father of Zerubbabel, whereas in 1Ch 3:19 his brother Pedaiah is listed as Zerubbabel's father. ...

In Mat 1:12 and Luk 3:27, Salathiel is said to be the father of Zerubbabel, whereas in 1Ch 3:19 his brother Pedaiah is listed as Zerubbabel's father. Zerubbabel is called "the son of Shealtiel" (another form of Salathiel) in Ezr 3:2. Possibly Salathiel adopted Zerubbabel as his son, or Pedaiah "raised up seed unto his brother" (Mat 22:24) by Levirate marriage, making Zerubbabel Salathiel's legal son even though he was the physical son of Pedaiah. Zerubbabel was the governor when the exiles returned from Babylon to Jerusalem after the captivity (Ezr 2:2). Zerubbabel was ancestor to both Joseph and Mary and, thus, to Jesus, assuming that Matthew and Luke have preserved both Joseph's and Mary's genealogies (see Mat 1:6-16, note; Luke 3:23-38, note). However, both this passage and Mat 1:12 give Jechoniah as father of Salathiel, while Luke says Neri was father of Salathiel. A possible resolution is to assume Jechoniah adopted Salathiel after Neri's death. In any case, according to the prophecy of Jer 22:28-30, none of Jechoniah's seed could have inherited David's throne, and this was fully assured by the fact that the physical body of Jesus was specially created in Mary's womb."

TSK: 1Ch 3:1 - the sons of David // Amnon // Ahinoam // Jezreelitess // Daniel // of Abigail am 2951, etc. bc 1053, etc the sons of David : 2Sa 3:2-5 Amnon : 2Sa 13:1, 2Sa 13:29 Ahinoam : 1Sa 25:42, 1Sa 25:43, 1Sa 27:3 Jezreelitess : Jos 15:56...

am 2951, etc. bc 1053, etc

the sons of David : 2Sa 3:2-5

Amnon : 2Sa 13:1, 2Sa 13:29

Ahinoam : 1Sa 25:42, 1Sa 25:43, 1Sa 27:3

Jezreelitess : Jos 15:56

Daniel : It is probable this person had two names. The Targumist says he was ""called Chileab, because he was in every respect like his father.""2Sa 3:3

of Abigail : 1Sa 25:39-42

TSK: 1Ch 3:2 - Absalom // Geshur // Adonijah Absalom : 2Sa 13:1, 2Sa 13:20-28, 2Sa 13:38, 2Sa 18:14, 2Sa 18:18, 2Sa 18:33, 2Sa 19:4-10 Geshur : 1Ch 2:23; Jos 13:13; 2Sa 14:23, 2Sa 14:32, 2Sa 15:8...

TSK: 1Ch 3:3 - Eglah Eglah : The Targumist, Jarchi, and others, maintain that this was Michal; and though it is stated (2Sa 6:23) that ""she had no child to the day of her...

Eglah : The Targumist, Jarchi, and others, maintain that this was Michal; and though it is stated (2Sa 6:23) that ""she had no child to the day of her death,""yet she might have had a child before, at that time living. 2Sa 3:5

TSK: 1Ch 3:4 - there he reigned // and in Jerusalem there he reigned : 2Sa 2:11, 2Sa 5:4, 2Sa 5:5; 1Ki 2:11 and in Jerusalem : 2Sa 5:4, 2Sa 5:14-16

there he reigned : 2Sa 2:11, 2Sa 5:4, 2Sa 5:5; 1Ki 2:11

and in Jerusalem : 2Sa 5:4, 2Sa 5:14-16

TSK: 1Ch 3:5 - Shimea // Nathan // Solomon // Bathshua // Ammiel Shimea : 1Ch 14:4; 2Sa 5:14, Shammuah Nathan : 2Sa 7:2-4, 2Sa 12:1-15; Luk 3:31 Solomon : 1Ch 28:5, 1Ch 28:6; 2Sa 12:24, 2Sa 12:25 Bathshua : 2Sa 11:3...

Shimea : 1Ch 14:4; 2Sa 5:14, Shammuah

Nathan : 2Sa 7:2-4, 2Sa 12:1-15; Luk 3:31

Solomon : 1Ch 28:5, 1Ch 28:6; 2Sa 12:24, 2Sa 12:25

Bathshua : 2Sa 11:3, Bath-sheba, Mat 1:6

Ammiel : 2Sa 11:3, Eliam

TSK: 1Ch 3:6 - Elishama // Eliphelet Elishama : 1Ch 14:5; 2Sa 5:15, Elishua Eliphelet : 1Sa 14:5, Elpalet

Elishama : 1Ch 14:5; 2Sa 5:15, Elishua

Eliphelet : 1Sa 14:5, Elpalet

TSK: 1Ch 3:7 - Nogah Nogah : 2Sa 5:15, 2Sa 5:16

Nogah : 2Sa 5:15, 2Sa 5:16

TSK: 1Ch 3:8 - Eliada // Eliphelet Eliada : 1Ch 14:7, Beeliada Eliphelet : 1Ch 14:7; 2Sa 5:14-16, Eliphalet

Eliada : 1Ch 14:7, Beeliada

Eliphelet : 1Ch 14:7; 2Sa 5:14-16, Eliphalet

TSK: 1Ch 3:9 - of the concubines // Tamar of the concubines : 2Sa 5:13 Tamar : 2Sam. 13:1-20

of the concubines : 2Sa 5:13

Tamar : 2Sam. 13:1-20

TSK: 1Ch 3:10 - Rehoboam // Abia // Asa // Jehoshaphat Rehoboam : 1Ki 11:43, 1Ki 14:31, 1Ki 15:6; Mat 1:7, Roboam Abia : 1Ki 15:1, Abijam, 2Ch 13:1, Abijah Asa : 1Ki 15:8; 2Ch 14:1 Jehoshaphat : 1Ki 15:24;...

Rehoboam : 1Ki 11:43, 1Ki 14:31, 1Ki 15:6; Mat 1:7, Roboam

Abia : 1Ki 15:1, Abijam, 2Ch 13:1, Abijah

Asa : 1Ki 15:8; 2Ch 14:1

Jehoshaphat : 1Ki 15:24; 2Ch 17:1; Mat 1:8, Josaphat

TSK: 1Ch 3:11 - Joram // Ahaziah // Joash Joram : 1Ki 22:50; 2Ch 21:1, Jehoram Ahaziah : 2Ki 8:24; 2Ch 21:17, Jehoahaz, 1Ch 22:1-6, Azariah Joash : 2Ki 11:21; 2Ch 24:1

Joram : 1Ki 22:50; 2Ch 21:1, Jehoram

Ahaziah : 2Ki 8:24; 2Ch 21:17, Jehoahaz, 1Ch 22:1-6, Azariah

Joash : 2Ki 11:21; 2Ch 24:1

TSK: 1Ch 3:12 - Amaziah // Azariah // Jotham Amaziah : 2Ki 14:1; 2Ch 25:1 Azariah : 2Ki 14:21, 2Ki 15:30; 2Ch 26:1, Uzziah, Mat 1:8, Mat 1:9, Ozias Jotham : 2Ki 15:5, 2Ki 15:32; 2Ch 27:1; Mat 1:9...

Amaziah : 2Ki 14:1; 2Ch 25:1

Azariah : 2Ki 14:21, 2Ki 15:30; 2Ch 26:1, Uzziah, Mat 1:8, Mat 1:9, Ozias

Jotham : 2Ki 15:5, 2Ki 15:32; 2Ch 27:1; Mat 1:9, Joatham

TSK: 1Ch 3:13 - Ahaz // Hezekiah // Manasseh Ahaz : 2Ki 16:1; 2Ch 28:1-8; Mat 1:9, Achaz Hezekiah : 2Ki 18:1; 2Ch 29:1; Mat 1:9, Ezekias Manasseh : 2Ki 21:1; 2Ch 33:1; Mat 1:10, Manasses

Ahaz : 2Ki 16:1; 2Ch 28:1-8; Mat 1:9, Achaz

Hezekiah : 2Ki 18:1; 2Ch 29:1; Mat 1:9, Ezekias

Manasseh : 2Ki 21:1; 2Ch 33:1; Mat 1:10, Manasses

TSK: 1Ch 3:14 - Amon // Josiah Amon : 2Ki 21:19; 2Ch 33:20, 2Ch 33:21 Josiah : 2Ki 22:1; 2Ch 34:1; Mat 1:10, Mat 1:11, Josias, Johanan, or, Jehoahaz, 2Ki 23:30, Jehoiakim, 2Ki 23:34...

Amon : 2Ki 21:19; 2Ch 33:20, 2Ch 33:21

Josiah : 2Ki 22:1; 2Ch 34:1; Mat 1:10, Mat 1:11, Josias, Johanan, or, Jehoahaz, 2Ki 23:30, Jehoiakim, 2Ki 23:34, Eliakim, 2Ch 36:5; Jer 22:18, Zedekiah, 2Ki 24:17, 2Ki 24:18, Mattaniah, 2Ch 36:11, Shallum, The Targumist says he was called Shallum, ""because the kingdom departed from the house of David in his days.""2Ki 23:30; 2Ch 36:1, Jehoahaz, Jer 22:11

TSK: 1Ch 3:16 - Jeconiah // Zedekiah Jeconiah : 2Ki 24:6, 2Ki 24:8, 2Ki 25:27; 2Ch 36:9, Jehoiachin, Jer 22:24, Jer 22:28, Coniah, Mat 1:11, Jechonias Zedekiah : As the sons of Jeconiah a...

Jeconiah : 2Ki 24:6, 2Ki 24:8, 2Ki 25:27; 2Ch 36:9, Jehoiachin, Jer 22:24, Jer 22:28, Coniah, Mat 1:11, Jechonias

Zedekiah : As the sons of Jeconiah are enumerated in the succeeding verse, and as Zedekiah is no where else mentioned as the son of Jeconiah, but as the son of Josiah, it is highly probable that son here means successor. 1Ch 3:15; 2Ki 24:17, being his uncle

TSK: 1Ch 3:17 - Assir // Salathiel Assir : As Salathiel was not the son of Assir, but of Jeconiah, it is probable that the word assir , which signifies a prisoner, is an ephithet appl...

Assir : As Salathiel was not the son of Assir, but of Jeconiah, it is probable that the word assir , which signifies a prisoner, is an ephithet applied to Jeconiah, who was a long time prisoner at Babylon.

Salathiel : Ezr 3:2, Ezr 3:8, Ezr 5:2, Shealtiel, Mat 1:12

TSK: 1Ch 3:19 - the sons of Pedaiah // Zerubbabel the sons of Pedaiah : As St. Matthew states that Zerubbabel was the son of Salathiel, Houbigant thinks these words should be omitted; and Pedaiah is w...

the sons of Pedaiah : As St. Matthew states that Zerubbabel was the son of Salathiel, Houbigant thinks these words should be omitted; and Pedaiah is wanting in the Arabic and Syriac.

Zerubbabel : Ezr 2:2, Ezr 3:2; Hag 1:12-14, Hag 2:2, Hag 2:4; Zec 4:6-9; Mat 1:12, Zorobabel

TSK: 1Ch 3:21 - -- Neh 10:22

TSK: 1Ch 3:22 - Hattush // six Hattush : Ezr 8:2 six : Five only are enumerated in the text, which Houbigant would substitute as the true reading; but probably the father is reckone...

Hattush : Ezr 8:2

six : Five only are enumerated in the text, which Houbigant would substitute as the true reading; but probably the father is reckoned with his sons.

TSK: 1Ch 3:23 - Hezekiah Hezekiah : or, Hiskijahu, 1Ch 3:23

Hezekiah : or, Hiskijahu, 1Ch 3:23

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Tafsiran/Catatan -- Catatan Kata/Frasa (per Ayat)

Poole: 1Ch 3:1 - The Jezreelitess The Jezreelitess of that Jezreel in Judah, Jos 15:56 , not of that in Manasseh, Jos 17:16 . The Carmelitess so called, because she was the wife of ...

The Jezreelitess of that Jezreel in Judah, Jos 15:56 , not of that in Manasseh, Jos 17:16 . The Carmelitess so called, because she was the wife of Nabal, who dwelt in Carmel, 1Sa 25:2 , which was in Judah, Jos 15:55 .

Poole: 1Ch 3:3 - -- Which title belongs either to all the foregoing women; or rather, as the singular number showeth, to Eglah only, last mentioned; who possibly may be...

Which title belongs either to all the foregoing women; or rather, as the singular number showeth, to Eglah only, last mentioned; who possibly may be so called, because she was his first, and therefore most proper, wife, though her son was born after all the rest before mentioned, and therefore both she and her son are put in the sixth place; the wives being here named only for the sons’ sakes. See more on 2Sa 3:5 .

Poole: 1Ch 3:5 - Four // only son // Ammiel // Eliam Four all David’ s children by her, as the text positively affirms; and therefore Solomon is called her only son Pro 4:3 , because she loved him...

Four all David’ s children by her, as the text positively affirms; and therefore Solomon is called her

only son Pro 4:3 , because she loved him as if he had been so.

Ammiel called also

Eliam 2Sa 11:3 . See Poole "2Sa 11:3" .

Poole: 1Ch 3:6 - -- And he had two other sons called by the same names, 1Ch 3:8 , but they were by differing wives; and probably they were then distinguished by some ad...

And he had two other sons called by the same names, 1Ch 3:8 , but they were by differing wives; and probably they were then distinguished by some additional clause or title, which is here omitted, because it was now needless for us to know it; or the two first were dead before the two second were born, and therefore the names of the deceased were given to these to preserve their memory.

Poole: 1Ch 3:8 - Object // Answ Object There are but seven mentioned 2Sa 5:14 , &c. Answ Two of them are omitted there, because they died very early, or were inglorious, or died w...

Object There are but seven mentioned 2Sa 5:14 , &c.

Answ Two of them are omitted there, because they died very early, or were inglorious, or died without issue; and here we have all the sons of David , as it here follows, 1Ch 3:9 , which clause is not added, 2Sa 5 .

Poole: 1Ch 3:15 - -- Of whom, at least under that name, there is no mention in thee history of the reign of Josiah’ s sons, 2Ki 23 2Ki 24 . But in Jer 22:11 , there...

Of whom, at least under that name, there is no mention in thee history of the reign of Josiah’ s sons, 2Ki 23 2Ki 24 . But in Jer 22:11 , there is mention of Shallum the son of Josiah king of Judah, which reigned instead of Josiah his father; which most conceive to be the same who is otherwise called Jehoahaz, 2Ki 23 . And this seems most probable,

1. From that phrase, he reigned instead of Josiah ; which implies that he immediately succeeded his father; otherwise he would have been said to have reigned instead of his brother, as Zedekiah is said to reign instead of Jehoiachin, 2Ki 24:17 , because he was his next successor.

2. From the order of that sermon or discourse of Jeremiah, which was directed to Zedekiah, and his servants, and people, as appears by Jer 21:1,2,11 22:1,2 , whom he admonisheth by the examples of the kings his predecessors, and of the sentence of God concerning each of them, and that in order as they reigned:

1. Of Shallum, 1Ch 3:11 , &c.

2. Of Jehoiakim, 1Ch 3:18 , &c.

3. Of Jeconiah, 1Ch 3:24 , &c. Therefore Shallum is the same with Jehoahaz, who was the first king after Josiah, 2Ki 23:30 .

4. From the nature of that prophecy, Jer 22:11,12 , which best agrees to Jehoahaz, who was carried captive not so far as Babylon, but only to Egypt, a very near country whence the people hoped that he would speedily and easily return, or be re-established in his throne by the king of Egypt, in opposition to the king of Babylon.

5. Because Jehoahaz was one of Josiah’ s younger sons, as appears by comparing 2Ki 23:31,36 . And this Shallum is here called his fourth son.

Poole: 1Ch 3:16 - -- Not his natural son, for he was his uncle, 2Ki 24:17 ; but his legal son, or his successor, upon whom the son’ s right was devolved by virtue o...

Not his natural son, for he was his uncle, 2Ki 24:17 ; but his legal son, or his successor, upon whom the son’ s right was devolved by virtue of that law, Num 27:8-10 , and therefore it is not strange if he have the name of

son with it. See Poole "Luk 3:1" . Or this was another Zedekiah; because it is improbable, and without example, that one and the same man should be twice mentioned in the same genealogy as the son of two several parents.

Poole: 1Ch 3:17 - Of Jeconiah; Assir // Object // Answ // Salathiel his son Of Jeconiah; Assir or, of Jeconiah the captive, or prisoner ; which is added to show that he begat his son when he was captive in Babylon, as it is ...

Of Jeconiah; Assir or, of Jeconiah the captive, or prisoner ; which is added to show that he begat his son when he was captive in Babylon, as it is noted, Mat 1:12 , whither he was carried captive, 2Ki 24:15 .

Object. It is said of this Jeconiah, Jer 22:30 . Write this man childless .

Answ So he is called, because he was an unhappy prince, and had no son that succeeded him in the throne, as the next words explain it. See more on that place.

Salathiel his son either his legal or his natural son; of which See Poole "Jer 22:30" ; See Poole "Mat 1:12" ; See Poole "Luk 3:27" .

Poole: 1Ch 3:18 - Malchiram also, and Pedaiah Malchiram also, and Pedaiah: the sentence seems to be short and imperfect, as is frequent in the Hebrew language, and something is here understood, a...

Malchiram also, and Pedaiah: the sentence seems to be short and imperfect, as is frequent in the Hebrew language, and something is here understood, as, the sons also of Salathiel were Malchiram and Pedaiah , &c., as they gather from hence, that the same Zerubbabel is called the son of Pedaiah , 1Ch 3:19 , and the son (i.e. the grandson) of Salathiel , Mat 1:12 . Or Malchiram and the rest here named were the sons of Jeconiah; and they are differing Zerubbabels, which are mentioned here, 1Ch 3:19 Mat 1:12 Luk 3:27 ; of which see the notes on those places.

Poole: 1Ch 3:19 - -- i.e. Sister to the two last named sons of Zerubbabel, to wit, by both parents; and therefore named before the other five, 1Ch 3:20 , who were her br...

i.e. Sister to the two last named sons of Zerubbabel, to wit, by both parents; and therefore named before the other five, 1Ch 3:20 , who were her brethren by the father, but not by the mother.

Poole: 1Ch 3:20 - -- Either of Zerubbabel; or of Meshullam, as is gathered from hence, that the sons of Hananiah (brother to Meshullam, 1Ch 3:19 ) are named 1Ch 3:21 , a...

Either of Zerubbabel; or of Meshullam, as is gathered from hence, that the sons of Hananiah (brother to Meshullam, 1Ch 3:19 ) are named 1Ch 3:21 , and therefore those 1Ch 3:20 are presumed to be the sons of Meshullam. But that is no necessary inference, for Meshullam possibly had no sons, and therefore he passeth from him to Hananiah, 1Ch 3:21 .

Poole: 1Ch 3:21 - -- All these men, both parents and their sons here blended together, are mentioned as the sons of Hananiah, and branches of the royal stock.

All these men, both parents and their sons here blended together, are mentioned as the sons of Hananiah, and branches of the royal stock.

Poole: 1Ch 3:22 - -- To wit, including the father. But the Hebrew word shisha , which is rendered six, may be the proper name of one of the sons of Shemaiah, who may be...

To wit, including the father. But the Hebrew word shisha , which is rendered six, may be the proper name of one of the sons of Shemaiah, who may be so called, because he was the sixth son.

Poole: 1Ch 3:23 - The sons of Neariah The sons of Neariah who alone is here mentioned, because his elder brethren probably died without issue.

The sons of Neariah who alone is here mentioned, because his elder brethren probably died without issue.

Haydock: 1Ch 3:1 - Hebron // Jezrahel // Daniel Hebron, during the seven years that he reigned there over Juda. (Menochius) --- Jezrahel, a city of Juda, less noted than the one in Issachar. ---...

Hebron, during the seven years that he reigned there over Juda. (Menochius) ---

Jezrahel, a city of Juda, less noted than the one in Issachar. ---

Daniel, or Cheliab, 2 Kings iii. 3.

Haydock: 1Ch 3:2 - Aggith Aggith. The mother of Adonias is styled Haggith elsewhere in the Vulgate. (Haydock)

Aggith. The mother of Adonias is styled Haggith elsewhere in the Vulgate. (Haydock)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:3 - His wife His wife also. (Tirinus) --- This title refer to all the preceding. (Sanctius)

His wife also. (Tirinus) ---

This title refer to all the preceding. (Sanctius)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:5 - Solomon // Bethsabee // Ammiel Solomon is put last, though the eldest, because of his genealogy is to be continued. Some think that the three others were the sons of Urias, adopte...

Solomon is put last, though the eldest, because of his genealogy is to be continued. Some think that the three others were the sons of Urias, adopted by David, as Solomon styles himself an only son; (Proverbs iv. 3.) but that only means singularly beloved, and an heir, (Calmet) as David had certainly another child by Bethsabee, who died in his infancy. (Tirinus) ---

Bethsabee. Syriac and Arabic, "Bersabee." Hebrew, "Bathshuah," all erroneously. ---

Ammiel, or Eliam, (2 Kings xi. 3.) as the same man had two names, (Calmet) or, in this instance, we must allow a transposition. (Haydock)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:6 - Elisama Elisama, or Elisua, chap. xiv. 5. (Calmet) --- Hebrew substitutes Elishama and Eliphelet, and Nogah, the last name being "an evident corruption of ...

Elisama, or Elisua, chap. xiv. 5. (Calmet) ---

Hebrew substitutes Elishama and Eliphelet, and Nogah, the last name being "an evident corruption of Nepheg, and the two former being taken in to soon, and still repeated, "in their proper places." The Vatican Septuagint is likewise interpolated, (2 Kings v. 14., &c.) by the insertion of eleven names from another version, and two names are twice repeated, so that we have 24 sons of David instead of 11. (Kennicott)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:7 - Noge Noge; called Noga, (chap. xiv. 6.) and omitted entirely in the book of Kings. Eliphaleth being twice mentioned in this book, has made some conclude ...

Noge; called Noga, (chap. xiv. 6.) and omitted entirely in the book of Kings. Eliphaleth being twice mentioned in this book, has made some conclude that David's first son of this name died in his youth; (Calmet) which may be said of Elisama also. (Sa)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:8 - Eliada // Nine Eliada, or Elioda, (2 Kings v. 16.) styled Baaliada, (chap. xiv. 7.; Calmet) as both have the same meaning, "God's, or the Lord's knowledge." (Hay...

Eliada, or Elioda, (2 Kings v. 16.) styled Baaliada, (chap. xiv. 7.; Calmet) as both have the same meaning, "God's, or the Lord's knowledge." (Haydock) ---

Nine, excluding the children of Bethsabee. In 2 Kings there are only seven, or, with the sons of Bethsabee, eleven. There must be a mistake in one place, unless the book of Kings only specifies those who were then alive. (Vatable) (Calmet)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:9 - The concubines // Thamar The concubines. The inferior wives. (Challoner) --- Some of the preceding sons were born of such, ver. 6., &c. --- Thamar. She is the only one ...

The concubines. The inferior wives. (Challoner) ---

Some of the preceding sons were born of such, ver. 6., &c. ---

Thamar. She is the only one whose name is mentioned, but David had other daughters, 2 Kings vi. 13.

Haydock: 1Ch 3:15 - Johanan // Joakim Johanan, who is not mentioned in 4 Kings xxiii., and xxiv. Some think that he died young, (Tostat) or in battle with his father, against Pharao. (P...

Johanan, who is not mentioned in 4 Kings xxiii., and xxiv. Some think that he died young, (Tostat) or in battle with his father, against Pharao. (Pradus.) ---

Joakim, or Eliacim, possessed the throne after Joachaz, or Sellum, (Calmet) which name signifies "confusion," and was given to all the sons of Josias. (St. Jerome) ---

Then came Joachin and Sedecias, whose proper name was Matthanias. (Haydock) ---

Joakim is passes over by St. Matthew. (St. Jerome, ibid.)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:16 - Jechonias // Sedecias Jechonias, who is called also Joakim, (Worthington) and Cenias in Hebrew, Jeremias xxii. 28. (Calmet) --- Both the son and the grandson of Josias g...

Jechonias, who is called also Joakim, (Worthington) and Cenias in Hebrew, Jeremias xxii. 28. (Calmet) ---

Both the son and the grandson of Josias go under the name of Jechonias, Matthew i. 11. (Barradius i. 5. 16.) (Menochius) ---

Sedecias. If this be the same with the king, was born must signify succeeded, as we know that Joakim was not the father of Sedecias. (Grotius, &c.)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:17 - Asir Asir, means a "prisoner," so that we might translate, Hebrew ,"and the sons of Jechoias, the prisoner, (at Babylon, 4 Kings xxiv. 15.) were Salathiel...

Asir, means a "prisoner," so that we might translate, Hebrew ,"and the sons of Jechoias, the prisoner, (at Babylon, 4 Kings xxiv. 15.) were Salathiel." (Calmet) ---

Protestants, "Assir, Salathiel his son." (Haydock) ---

Some think that the following were the adopted children, or successors of Jechonias; as St. Luke (iii. 24.) insinuates that Neri was the father of Salathiel, and Jeremias (xxii. 30.) seems to declare that Jechonias should have no children. But he means such as should sit on the throne, as he explains himself, and St. Matthew (i. 12.) expressly says, Jechonias begot Salathiel.

Haydock: 1Ch 3:18 - Melchiram // Sama Melchiram, &c., born of Salathiel. (Calmet) --- Sama. Septuagint, "Osamo and Nabadias." Protestants, "Hosahama," &c. (Haydock)

Melchiram, &c., born of Salathiel. (Calmet) ---

Sama. Septuagint, "Osamo and Nabadias." Protestants, "Hosahama," &c. (Haydock)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:19 - Phadaia Phadaia, called also Salathiel, (Matthew i. 12.) or these two brothers had each a son named Zorobabel. The grandson of Salathiel was called Abiud, a...

Phadaia, called also Salathiel, (Matthew i. 12.) or these two brothers had each a son named Zorobabel. The grandson of Salathiel was called Abiud, and that of Phadaia, Mosollam, (Menochius) unless these were the same person. (Sa) ---

Phadaia, son of Salathiel, and father of Zorobabel, left his son to the care of his brother Salatheil, who was therefore accounted the father of Zorobabel too. (Calmet)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:21 - Son Son. Hebrew, "sons of Hananias, Phaltias, and Jesacias, the sons of Raphias, the sons of Arnan,...( 22 ) the sons of Sechenias, Semeia, &c." But t...

Son. Hebrew, "sons of Hananias, Phaltias, and Jesacias, the sons of Raphias, the sons of Arnan,...( 22 ) the sons of Sechenias, Semeia, &c." But the Septuagint and Syriac have read in a more intelligible manner, (Calmet) intimating that these people were lineally descended from each other, (Haydock) while the Hebrew leaves us ignorant of the names of the sons of Rephaias, &c. (Calmet)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:22 - Six Six. Counting the father in the number. (Challoner) --- Hebrew shisha, or "six." Sixtus V with several manuscripts, Gothic edition, &c., take i...

Six. Counting the father in the number. (Challoner) ---

Hebrew shisha, or "six." Sixtus V with several manuscripts, Gothic edition, &c., take it improperly for the name of a man. (Calmet) ---

Semeia and his five sons are attributed to Sechenias. (Worthington) ---

Others think that a name has been lost. (Castalion)

Haydock: 1Ch 3:24 - Oduia Oduia, the 12th from Zorobabel, which shews that this has been inserted since the time of Esdras, and that the author was very careful to preserve th...

Oduia, the 12th from Zorobabel, which shews that this has been inserted since the time of Esdras, and that the author was very careful to preserve the genealogical tables, as it was not known from what family of the descendants of David the Messias should be born. (Calmet) ---

St. Matthew gives us a different genealogy. (Du Hamel) (Calmet)

Gill: 1Ch 3:1-4 - Now these were the sons of David Now these were the sons of David,.... The six following born in Hebron, who are reckoned in the same order as in 2Sa 3:2, only here the second son is ...

Now these were the sons of David,.... The six following born in Hebron, who are reckoned in the same order as in 2Sa 3:2, only here the second son is called Daniel, who there goes by the name of Chileab; he had two names, the reason of which see there; and here David's wife, Eglah, is said in the Targum to be Michal, Saul's daughter; see Gill on 2Sa 3:5, to which is added an account of his reign both in Hebron and Jerusalem, agreeably to 2Sa 5:5.

Gill: 1Ch 3:5-8 - And these were born unto him in Jerusalem And these were born unto him in Jerusalem,.... Whose names follow, in all nine; there are but seven mentioned in 2Sa 5:14 the reason of which see in t...

And these were born unto him in Jerusalem,.... Whose names follow, in all nine; there are but seven mentioned in 2Sa 5:14 the reason of which see in the notes there; See Gill on 2Sa 5:14. See Gill on 2Sa 5:15. See Gill on 2Sa 5:16. it may be observed that Bathsheba is here called Bathshua, and her father Ammiel, whose name is Eliam in 2Sa 11:3, names of much the same signification.

Gill: 1Ch 3:9 - These were all the sons of David // beside the sons of the concubines // And Tamar their sister These were all the sons of David,.... By his wives: beside the sons of the concubines; who are not reckoned, and how many they were is not known; h...

These were all the sons of David,.... By his wives:

beside the sons of the concubines; who are not reckoned, and how many they were is not known; he had ten concubines at least, 2Sa 15:16 and 2Sa 20:3.

And Tamar their sister; not the sister of the sons of the concubines, but of his other sons, and only of Absalom by the mother's side, of whom see 2Sa 13:1.

Gill: 1Ch 3:10-14 - And Solomon's son was Rehoboam // Solomon, Rehoboam, Abia, Asa, Jehoshaphat, Joram, Ahaziah, Joash, Amaziah, Azariah, Jotham, Ahaz, Hezekiah, Manasseh, Amon, Josiah And Solomon's son was Rehoboam,.... From hence to the end of the fourteenth verse, David's successors are reckoned, according to the order of their re...

And Solomon's son was Rehoboam,.... From hence to the end of the fourteenth verse, David's successors are reckoned, according to the order of their reign, unto Josiah and his sons:

Solomon, Rehoboam, Abia, Asa, Jehoshaphat, Joram, Ahaziah, Joash, Amaziah, Azariah, Jotham, Ahaz, Hezekiah, Manasseh, Amon, Josiah, in all sixteen.

Gill: 1Ch 3:15 - And the sons of Josiah were, the firstborn Johanan // the second Jehoiakim // the third Zedekiah // the fourth Shallum And the sons of Josiah were, the firstborn Johanan,.... Of whom we nowhere else read; he probably died before his father Josiah: the second Jehoiak...

And the sons of Josiah were, the firstborn Johanan,.... Of whom we nowhere else read; he probably died before his father Josiah:

the second Jehoiakim: whose name was Eliakim, changed for the former by the king of Egypt, when, he deposed his younger brother, and set him on the throne, 2Ki 23:24.

the third Zedekiah; whose name was Mattaniah, but changed by the king of Babylon, when he placed him on the throne in the room of his brother's son, 2Ki 24:17,

the fourth Shallum: the same with Jehoahaz, who was first made king in the room of his father; but reigning so short a time, and making so mean a figure, is mentioned last, see Jer 22:11.

Gill: 1Ch 3:16 - And the sons of Jehoiakim; Jeconiah his son, Zedekiah his son. And the sons of Jehoiakim; Jeconiah his son, Zedekiah his son. This is not the Zedekiah mentioned in the preceding verse; for he was not the son but t...

And the sons of Jehoiakim; Jeconiah his son, Zedekiah his son. This is not the Zedekiah mentioned in the preceding verse; for he was not the son but the uncle of Jeconiah, unless he should be called his son because he succeeded him in the kingdom; but he seems to be another of that name, nowhere else mentioned, and not the son of Jeconiah in any sense; he is not reckoned among them in the following verses, but of Jehoiakim.

Gill: 1Ch 3:17 - And the sons of Jeconiah // Assir // the sons of Jeconiah the captive // Salathiel his son And the sons of Jeconiah,.... For though he was pronounced childless, Jer 22:30, that respects not his having no children in any sense, but none to su...

And the sons of Jeconiah,.... For though he was pronounced childless, Jer 22:30, that respects not his having no children in any sense, but none to succeed him in the kingdom:

Assir; which signifies bound, or a prisoner, because, as Kimchi thinks, he was born in a prison, his father then being a captive in Babylon; but rather it refers to Jeconiah himself, and is an appellation of him, and to be rendered:

the sons of Jeconiah the captive: which agrees best with the Hebrew accents:

Salathiel his son; the same that is called Shealtiel, Hag 1:1 who was both the proper son of Jeconiah, and who succeeded him, as some think, in the honour and dignity the king of Babylon raised him to.

Gill: 1Ch 3:18 - Malchiram also // and Pedaiah, and Shenazar, Jecamiah, Hoshama, and Nedabiah Malchiram also,.... That is, was a son of Jeconiah as well as Salathiel, and so the rest that follow: and Pedaiah, and Shenazar, Jecamiah, Hoshama,...

Malchiram also,.... That is, was a son of Jeconiah as well as Salathiel, and so the rest that follow:

and Pedaiah, and Shenazar, Jecamiah, Hoshama, and Nedabiah; Kimchi says these were the sons of Salathiel; but I rather think they were the sons of Jeconiah, and brethren of Salathiel, because of what follows.

Gill: 1Ch 3:19-24 - And the sons of Pedaiah were, Zerubbabel and Shimei // and the sons of Zerubbabel; Meshullam // Zerubbabel, Hananiah, Jesaiah, Rephaiah, Arnan, Obadiah, Shecaniah, Shemaiah, Neariah, Elioenai, Anani And the sons of Pedaiah were, Zerubbabel and Shimei,.... Here arises a difficulty, since elsewhere Zerubbabel is said to be the son of Shealtiel, Hag ...

And the sons of Pedaiah were, Zerubbabel and Shimei,.... Here arises a difficulty, since elsewhere Zerubbabel is said to be the son of Shealtiel, Hag 1:1 some think this is not the same Zerubbabel here as there; so Grotius u; but I see no reason for that; but this difficulty may be removed by observing, that if Pedaiah was a son of Salathiel, as Kimchi thinks, then Zerubbabel, being his grandson, may be called his son, as grandsons are sometimes called sons in Scripture; or rather, Salathiel, having no children, adopted Zerubbabel, his brother's son, and made him successor in the government; so that he was the son of Pedaiah by birth, and of Salathiel by adoption; or else Salathiel dying without children, his brother Pedaiah, according to the law, married his widow, and by her had Zerubbabel, who was the proper son of Pedaiah, and the legal son of Salathiel:

and the sons of Zerubbabel; Meshullam: who is called Abiud, Mat 1:13 another son of his, with their father, is mentioned in this verse, and five more in the next. From hence to the end of the chapter, the genealogy is carried on from the captivity of Babylon, out of which Zerubbabel came, to the coming of Christ; and if Ezra was the writer of this book, as is generally thought, who was contemporary with Zerubbabel, this account must be written by another hand: and it may be observed, that it is carried on in the same number of generations as in Matthew; and here it stands thus:

Zerubbabel, Hananiah, Jesaiah, Rephaiah, Arnan, Obadiah, Shecaniah, Shemaiah, Neariah, Elioenai, Anani; in Matthew thus, "Zerubbabel, Abiud, Eliakim, Azor, Sadoc, Achim, Eliud, Eleazar, Matthan, Jacob, Joseph"; the difference in names may be accounted for by their having two names; and it is remarkable that the Targum makes Anani to be the King Messiah, who was to be revealed; which, though it makes one generation less to his time, yet plainly shows that the Jews expected the Messiah to come at the end of this genealogy, and about the time Jesus the true Messiah did. Anani is reckoned by other Jews a name of the Messiah, who is said to come in the clouds of heaven, which "Anani" signifies; see Gill on Dan 7:13.

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NET Notes: 1Ch 3:4 For location see Map5 B1; Map6 F3; Map7 E2; Map8 F2; Map10 B3; JP1 F4; JP2 F4; JP3 F4; JP4 F4.

NET Notes: 1Ch 3:5 In 2 Sam 11:3 Bathsheba is called “the daughter of Eliam,” while here her father’s name is given as “Ammiel.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 3:6 The MT reads “Eliphelet” here, but 1 Chr 14:5 lists the name as “Elpelet” and is followed by some English versions here (e.g.,...

NET Notes: 1Ch 3:9 See the note on the word “concubine” in 1:32.

NET Notes: 1Ch 3:11 Joram is a variant spelling of the name “Jehoram.”

NET Notes: 1Ch 3:16 Heb “Jeconiah,” a variation of the name “Jehoiachin” (also in v. 17).

NET Notes: 1Ch 3:17 Heb “prisoner.” Jehoiachin was carried off to Babylon as a prisoner. See 2 Chr 36:10.

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 3:1 Now these were the sons of ( a ) David, which were born unto him in Hebron; the firstborn Amnon, of Ahinoam the Jezreelitess; the second ( b ) Daniel,...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 3:5 And these were born unto him in Jerusalem; Shimea, and Shobab, and Nathan, and Solomon, four, of ( c ) Bathshua the daughter of Ammiel: ( c ) Called ...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 3:6 Ibhar also, and ( d ) Elishama, and Eliphelet, ( d ) Elishama, or Elishua, (2Sa 5:15) and Eliphelet died, and David named those sons who were born ne...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 3:15 And the sons of Josiah [were], the ( e ) firstborn Johanan, the second Jehoiakim, the third Zedekiah, the fourth Shallum. ( e ) So called because he ...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 3:19 And the sons of Pedaiah [were], ( f ) Zerubbabel, and Shimei: and the sons of Zerubbabel; Meshullam, and Hananiah, and Shelomith their sister: ( f ) ...

Geneva Bible: 1Ch 3:22 And the sons of Shechaniah; Shemaiah: and the sons of Shemaiah; Hattush, and Igeal, and Bariah, and Neariah, and Shaphat, ( g ) six. ( g ) So that Sh...

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MHCC: 1Ch 3:1-24 - --Of all the families of Israel, none were so illustrious as the family of David: here we have a full account of it. From this family, as concerning the...

Matthew Henry: 1Ch 3:1-9 - -- We had an account of David's sons, 2Sa 3:2, etc., and 2Sa 5:14, etc. 1. He had many sons; and no doubt wrote as he thought, Psa 127:5. Happy is the...

Matthew Henry: 1Ch 3:10-24 - -- David having nineteen sons, we may suppose them to have raised many noble families in Israel whom we never hear of in the history. But the scripture...

Keil-Delitzsch: 1Ch 3:1-9 - -- The sons and descendants of David. - After the enumeration of the chief families of the two sons of Hezron, Caleb and Jerahmeel, in 1 Chron 2:18-55...

Keil-Delitzsch: 1Ch 3:10-16 - -- The kings of the house of David from Solomon till the exile. - Until Josiah the individual kings are mentioned in their order, each with the additio...

Keil-Delitzsch: 1Ch 3:17-24 - -- The descendants of the captive and exiled Jeconiah, and other families. - 1Ch 3:17. In the list of the son of Jeconiah it is doubtful if אסּר be...

Constable: 1Ch 1:1--9:44 - --I. ISRAEL'S HISTORICAL ROOTS chs. 1--9 "The fact that the author of 1 and 2 Chronicles devoted nine chapters out...

Guzik: 1Ch 3:1-24 - The Royal Line of David and the House of Jesse 1 Chronicles 3 - The Royal Line of David and the House of Jesse A. The descendants of David. 1. (1-3) The wives of David and their sons. Now these...

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JFB: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) THE FIRST AND SECOND BOOKS OF CHRONICLES were also considered as one by the ancient Jews, who called them "words of days," that is, diaries or journal...

JFB: 1 Chronicles (Garis Besar) ADAM'S LINE TO NOAH. (1Ch. 1:1-23) SHEM'S LINE TO ABRAHAM. (1Ch 1:24-28) SONS OF ISHMAEL. (1Ch 1:29-31) SONS OF KETURAH. (1Ch 1:32-33) POSTERITY OF A...

TSK: 1 Chronicles 3 (Pendahuluan Pasal) Overview 1Ch 3:1, The sons of David; 1Ch 3:10, His line to Zedekiah; 1Ch 3:17, The successors of Jeconiah.

Poole: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) FIRST BOOK OF THE CHRONICLES THE ARGUMENT THESE Books of the CHRONICLES are not the same which are so called, 1Ki 14:19 , and elsewhere, (because...

Poole: 1 Chronicles 3 (Pendahuluan Pasal) CHRONICLES CHAPTER 3 The sons of David, 1Ch 3:1-9 . His line to Zedekiah, 1Ch 3:10-16 . The successors of Jeconiah. 1Ch 1:17-24 .

MHCC: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) The books of Chronicles are, in a great measure, repetitions of what is in the books of Samuel and of the Kings, yet there are some excellent useful t...

MHCC: 1 Chronicles 3 (Pendahuluan Pasal) Genealogies.

Matthew Henry: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) An Exposition, with Practical Observations, of The First Book of Chronicles In common things repetition is thought needless and nauseous; but, in sacr...

Matthew Henry: 1 Chronicles 3 (Pendahuluan Pasal) Of all the families of Israel none was so illustrious as the family of David. That is the family which was mentioned in the foregoing chapter (1Ch ...

Constable: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) Introduction Title The earliest Hebrew title for the Books of Chronicles translates as...

Constable: 1 Chronicles (Garis Besar) Outline I. Israel's historical roots chs. 1-9 A. The lineage of David chs. 1-3 ...

Constable: 1 Chronicles 1 Chronicles Bibliography Ackroyd, Peter R. I and II Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah. London: SCM Press, 1973. ...

Haydock: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) THE FIRST BOOK OF PARALIPOMENON. INTRODUCTION. These Books are called by the Greek Interpreters, Paralipomenon; ( Greek: Paraleipomenon, ) tha...

Gill: 1 Chronicles (Pendahuluan Kitab) INTRODUCTION TO 1 CHRONICLES This and the following book were reckoned by the Jews as one book, as appears by the Masoretic note at the end of the ...

Gill: 1 Chronicles 3 (Pendahuluan Pasal) INTRODUCTION TO 1 CHRONICLES 3 This chapter gives an account of the sons of David, born to him both in Hebron and in Jerusalem, 1Ch 3:1, and of his...

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