1 Chronicles 3:
And the sons of Jehoiakim: Jeconiah his son, Zedekiah his son.
Who had been carried away from Jerusalem with the captivity which had been carried away with Jeconiah king of Judah, whom Nebuchadnezzar the king of Babylon had carried away.
Jeremiah 22: As
I live, saith the LORD, though Coniah the son of Jehoiakim king of Judah were the signet upon my right hand, yet would I pluck thee thence;
Jeremiah 22: Is
this man Coniah a despised broken idol? is he
a vessel wherein is
no pleasure? wherefore are they cast out, he and his seed, and are cast into a land which they know not?
The LORD shewed me, and, behold, two baskets of figs were
set before the temple of the LORD, after that Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon had carried away captive Jeconiah the son of Jehoiakim king of Judah, and the princes of Judah, with the carpenters and smiths, from Jerusalem, and had brought them to Babylon.
Which Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon took not, when he carried away captive Jeconiah the son of Jehoiakim king of Judah from Jerusalem to Babylon, and all the nobles of Judah and Jerusalem;
And I will bring again to this place Jeconiah the son of Jehoiakim king of Judah, with all the captives of Judah, that went into Babylon, saith the LORD: for I will break the yoke of the king of Babylon.
(After that Jeconiah the king, and the queen, and the eunuchs, the princes of Judah and Jerusalem, and the carpenters, and the smiths, were departed from Jerusalem;)
And king Zedekiah the son of Josiah reigned instead of Coniah the son of Jehoiakim, whom Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon made king in the land of Judah.
Coniah - Coniah ( Jeremiah 22:24 ; Jeremiah 22:28 ) = Jehoiachin (wh
Jechoniah - —Also called in OT Jehoiachin and Coniah; mentioned in Matthew 1:11 f
Jeconiah - JEConiah or JEHOIACHIN . Shortened, by omitting JAH, into Coniah (Jeremiah 27:20; Jeremiah 22:24)
Jehoiachin - JeConiah, 1 Chronicles 3:17; Coniah, Jeremiah 22:24; Jeconias, R
Jehoiachin - He is also called Coniah, and JeConiah, 1 Chronicles 3:16 Jeremiah 27:20 37:1
Jehoiachin - He is also called JeConiah (Jeremiah 24:1 ; 27:20 , etc. ), and Coniah (22:24; 37:1)
Jehoiachin - Jehoiachin's original name seems to have been JeConiah or Coniah
Jehoiachin - He is called JEConiah in 1 Chronicles 3:16 17 ; Esther 2:6 ; Jeremiah 24:1 ; Jeremiah 27:20 ; Jeremiah 28:4 (where his return from Babylon is falsely prophesied of); Jeremiah 29:2 . He is also called Coniah in Jeremiah 22:24,28 ; Jeremiah 37:1 , and JECHONIAS in Matthew 1:11,12
Jehoiachin - Jeremiah gives his name in Jeremiah 24:1 , Jeremiah 27:20 , Jeremiah 28:4 , Jeremiah 29:2 as JeConiah , and in Jeremiah 22:28 Jeremiah 22:28 , Jeremiah 37:1 as Coniah
Jehoiachin - At the time of Babylon’s attack on Jerusalem in 597 BC, the Judean king Jehoiakim died and was succeeded by his eighteen year old son Jehoiachin (also known as JeConiah, or Coniah)
Jehoiachin - otherwise called Coniah, Jeremiah 22:24 , and JeConiah, 1 Chronicles 3:17 , the son of Jehoiakim, king of Judah, and grandson of Josiah
Jehoiachin - ) JEConiah, Coniah. ...
Nebuchadnezzar also carried off the treasures of JeConiah's house (2 Kings 24:13), "as Jehovah had spoken" to Hezekiah long before (2 Kings 20:17; Jeremiah 15:13; Jeremiah 17:3; Jeremiah 29:2). ) But God's oath made this impossible: "as I live, though Coniah were the signet (ring seal, Song of Solomon 8:6; Haggai 2:23) upon My right hand, yet would I pluck thee thence. " "Is this man Coniah a despised broken idol? (he was idolized by the Jews). One of his sons was Zedekiah (Zidkijah), distinct in name and fact from Zedekiah (Zidkijahu), JeConiah's uncle, whose succession after Jehoiachin would never cause him to be called "his son" (1 Chronicles 3:16)
Child - (Leviticus 20:20) And in the case of Coniah, the Lord said, "Write this man childless," (Jeremiah 22:30) It were well among Christians, if this was well understood
Haggai - In contrast to the faithless Coniah, or JeConiah, king of Judah (as a signet plucked from God's right hand: cf
Genealogy of Jesus Christ - Jeremiah (Jeremiah 22:30) declares JeConiah, Coniah, or Jehoiachin was to be childless. The name Jehoiakim seemingly has dropped out, Josiah's son and JeConiah's father; otherwise David would have to be counted twice to make up the second 14
Judah, Kingdom of - ...
After the reigns of the worthless Jehoahaz, set aside by Pharaoh Necho who promoted Jehoiakim, and Jehoiachin or Coniah, Zedekiah (promoted by Nebuchadnezzar) through treachery in violation of his oath brought destruction on himself and Jerusalem (588 B
Jeremiah - ) (Jeremiah 1:3 ; Jeremiah 22:18 ; Jeremiah 26:1 ; Jeremiah 35:1 ; Jeremiah 36:1 , Jeremiah 36:9 ), Jehoiachin/JeConiah/Coniah (597 B
Jeremiah, Book of - They were exhorted to repentance, and the prophecies against Shallum, Jehoiakim, and Coniah are detailed. The people carried away with JeConiah to Babylon by Nebuchadnezzar are compared to good figs; but those left in the land under Zedekiah to bad ones
Jeremiah - There are warnings to rulers, such as Zedekiah (21:1-10; 24:1-10), kings in general (21:11-22:9), Jehoahaz (Shallum), Jehoiakim and Jehoiachin (Coniah) (22:10-30)
Genealogy of Jesus Christ - ] (inserting Rahab and Ruth, and calling David ‘the king’), and agrees with 1 Chronicles 2:1-16 ; it then gives the names of the kings to Jechoniah, from 1 Chronicles 3:10-15 , but inserts ‘the [wife] of Uriah’ and omits kings Abaziah, Joash, and Amaziah between Joram and Uzziah (= Azariah), and also Jehoiakim son of Josiah and father of Jechoniah (Coniah, Jeremiah 22:24 ) or Jehoiachin ( 2 Chronicles 36:8 )
Abram - And I am the more inclined to this belief, because, in the instance of JeConiah, in an after age of the church, the Lord manifested his displeasure to this man, by taking from his name one of those distinguishing letters of JEHOVAH, and calling him Coniah, a "despised broken idol
Jeremiah - Jehoiakim died just before this; his youthful son Jehoiachin (called also JeConiah and Coniah ) surrendered the city, and was carried captive, with the queen-mother and the Ã©lite of the nobles and people, to Babylon, where he lived for many years, to be released upon Nebuchadrezzar’s death in 561 ( 2 Kings 24:6-17 ; 2 Kings 25:27-30 , Jeremiah 22:24-30 )