What was the earthquake in the time of Uzziah?
The earthquake was at least magnitude 7.8, but likely was 8.2…. This severe geologic disaster has been linked historically to a speech delivered at the city of Bethel by a shepherd-farmer named Amos of Tekoa.”
Who were the youngest kings in the Bible?
Jehoash was 7 years old when his reign began, and he reigned for 40 years….Jehoash of Judah.
|Died||c. 797 BCE (aged 45 or 46) Millo, Jerusalem|
|Burial||City of David|
|Consort||Jehoaddan of Jerusalem|
|Issue||Amaziah, King of Judah|
How is AI pronounced?
The ‘ai’ as in ‘buy’ diphthong. The first sound of this diphthong does not occur on its own as a vowel in American English. A, a, ai. It’s similar to the ‘aa’ as in ‘bat’ in that the back of the tongue raises towards the soft palate, but it doesn’t raise as high as it does in the ‘aa’ as in ‘bat’ vowel, a, a, ai.
How do you pronounce the word Uzziah in the Bible?
This free audio Bible name pronunciation guide is a valuable tool in your study of God’s word. Click the PLAY button below to hear how to pronounce Uzziah . There is also a phonetic guide to use to see the proper pronunciation of Uzziah . For more information about Uzziah , check out the Easton Bible dictionary entry as well.
How did Uzziah get hit with leprosy in the Bible?
In 2 Chronicles 26:16-21 the Bible relates how Uzziah’s success made him proud and he attempted to burn incense to the Lord in the Temple in Jerusalem. This was a task that only the priests were to perform. When he became angry with the priests who withstood him, God struck Uzziah with leprosy for his presumption.
How did Uzziah die according to the Bible?
Uzziah was suddenly struck with leprosy while in the act of offering incense (26:19-21), and he was driven from the temple and compelled to reside in “a several house” to the day of his death (2 Kings 15:5, 27; 2 Chr. 26:3). He was buried in a separate grave “in the field of the burial which belonged to the kings” (2 Kings 15:7; 2 Chr. 26:23).
What did the prophet Zechariah say about the earthquake?
An enormous earthquake struck and Uzziah was smitten with leprosy. Not only was the earthquake described in the opening verse of Amos quoted above, but it was also mentioned by the Prophet Zechariah.