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2 Chronicles 10

The Israelites, assembled at Shechem to crown Rehoboam, by Jeroboam make a suit of relaxation unto him.

2 Chronicles 10:1 And Rehoboam went to Sichem: for to Sichem were all Israel come together to make him king. 2 Chronicles 10:2 And when Ieroboam the sonne of Nabat (which was fled into Egypt from the presence of Solomon the king) heard it, he returned out of Egypt. 2 Chronicles 10:3 And they sent and called him: And so Ieroboam and all they of Israel, came and communed with Rehoboam, saying: 2 Chronicles 10:4 Thy father layde a greeuous yoke vpon vs: nowe therefore remit thou somewhat of the greeuous seruice of thy fafather, & of his heauy yoke that he put vpon vs, and we wyll serue thee. 2 Chronicles 10:5 And he saide to them: Come againe vnto me after three dayes. And the people departed.

Rehoboam, refusing the old men's cousel, by the advice of young men answereth them roughly.

2 Chronicles 10:6 And king Rehoboam counsailed with the elders that had stande before Solomon his father while he yet lyued, and he saide: what counsaile geue ye me, to aunswere this people againe? 2 Chronicles 10:7 And they tolde him, saying: If thou be kinde to this people, and shewe thy selfe lowlie to them, and speake louyng wordes to them, they wyll be thy seruauntes for euer. 2 Chronicles 10:8 But he left the counsaile which the elders gaue him, and toke counsaile with the young men that were growen vp with him, and that stoode in his presence. 2 Chronicles 10:9 And he saide vnto them: What aduise geue ye, that we may aunswere this people, which haue communed with me, saying, Abate somewhat of the yoke which thy father did put vpon vs? 2 Chronicles 10:10 And the young men that were growen vp with him, spake vnto him, saying, Thus shalt thou aunswere the people that speake to thee, saying: Thy father made our yoke heauy, but make thou it somewhat lighter for vs: Thus shalt thou say vnto the, My litle finger, shalbe heauier then my fathers loynes. 2 Chronicles 10:11 For where my father put a heauy yoke vpon you, I will put more to your yoke: My father chastised you with whyppes, but I wyll chastise you with scourges. 2 Chronicles 10:12 And so Ieroboam and all the people came to Rehoboam the third day, as the king bade, saying, Come againe to me the third day. 2 Chronicles 10:13 And the king aunswered them cruelly: and king Rehoboam left the counsaile of the aged men, 2 Chronicles 10:14 And aunswered them after the aduise of the young men, saying: My father made your yoke greeuous, and I wyll adde thereto: my father chastised you with whyppes, but I wyll chastise you with scourges. 2 Chronicles 10:15 And so the king hearkened not vnto the people: but the occasion came of God, that the Lorde might make good his saying which he spake by the hand of Ahia the Silonite to Ieroboam the sonne of Nabat.

Ten tribes revolting kill Hadoram, and make Rehoboam to flee.

2 Chronicles 10:16 And when all they of Israel saw that the king woulde not agree vnto them, the people aunswered the king, saying: What portion haue we in Dauid? For we haue no inheritaunce in the sonne of Isai: Euery man to his tent oh Israel, and nowe Dauid, see to thyne owne house. And so all Israel gat them to their tentes: 2 Chronicles 10:17 So that Rehoboam raigned ouer no mo of the children of Israel then dwelt in the cities of Iuda. 2 Chronicles 10:18 Then king Rehoboam also sent Haduram that was ruler ouer the tribute, and the children of Israel stoned him with stones, that he dyed: But king Rehoboam made speede to get him vp to his charet, to flee to Hierusalem. 2 Chronicles 10:19 And they of Israel rebelled against the house of Dauid vnto this day.

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