What does Jehoash mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
יְהוֹאָ֣שׁ son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah. 4
יְהוֹאָ֥שׁ son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah. 3
יְהוֹאָ֜שׁ son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah. 3
יְהוֹאָ֨שׁ son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah. 2
יְהוֹאָ֔שׁ son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah. 1
יְהוֹאָ֧שׁ son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah. 1
יְהוֹאָ֑שׁ son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah. 1
יְהוֹאָ֤שׁ son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah. 1
יְהוֹאָשׁ֙ son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah. 1

Definitions Related to Jehoash

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   1 son of king Ahaziah and the 8th king of Judah.
   2 son of king Jehoahaz and the 12th king of the northern kingdom of Israel.
   Additional Information: Jehoash = “given by the Lord”.
   

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Jehoash
(juh hoh' assh) Personal name meaning, “Yahweh gave.” Variant spelling of Joash. See Joash .
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Jehoash
(See JOASH.)
People's Dictionary of the Bible - Jehoash
Jehoash (je-hô'ash), whom Jehovah bestowed. Full form of the name commonly written Joash, and applied to two kings. See Joash, 3 and 4.
Hitchcock's Bible Names - Jehoash
Fire of the Lord
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Jehoash
See JOASH.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Jehoash
JEHOASH , in the shorter form JOASH , is the name of a king in each of the two lines, Israel and Judah.
1. Jehoash of Judah was the son of Ahaziah. When an infant his brothers and cousins were massacred, some of them by Jehu and some by Athaliah. After being kept in concealment until he was seven years old, he was crowned by the bodyguard under the active leadership of Jehoiada, the chief priest. In his earlier years he was under the influence of the man to whom he owed the throne, but later be manifested his independence. Besides an arrangement which he made with the priests about certain moneys which came into their hands, the record tells us only that an invasion of the Syrians compelled him to pay a heavy tribute. This was drawn from the Temple treasury. Jehoash was assassinated by some of his officers ( 2 Kings 11:1-21 f.).
2. Jehoash of Israel was the third king of the line of Jehu. The turn of the tide in the affairs of Israel came about the time of his accession. The way in which the Biblical author indicates this is characteristic. He tells us that when Elisha was about to die Jehoash came to visit him, and wept over him as a great power about to be lost to Israel. Elisha bade him take bow and arrows and shoot the arrow of victory towards Damascus, then to strike the ground with the arrows. The three blows which he struck represent the three victories obtained by Jehoash, and the blame expressed by Elisha indicates that his contemporaries thought the king slack in following up his advantage. Jehoash also obtained a signal victory over Judah in a war wantonly provoked, it would seem, by Amaziah, king of Judah ( 2 Kings 13:10 ff.).
H. P. Smith.
American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Jehoash
See JOASH.
American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Joash or Jehoash
The father of Gideon, of the family of Abiezer, in Manasseh. For a long time he was a worshipper of Baal; but when his son boldly attacked idolatry, he also came out on the Lord's side, Judges 6:11,25-32 .
An officer, appointed as keeper of the prophet Micaiah, during Ahab's disastrous war with Syria, 1 Kings 22:26 2 Chronicles 18:1-34 .
The eighth king of Judah, B. C. 878-838. He was the only son of Ahaziah who was not slain by the usurping Athaliah, his grandmother. Being rescued by Jehoshebah his aunt, and secluded six years in the temple, he was raised to the throne when seven years of age through the faithful care of Jehoiada; and while this venerable man survived, Joash served God and prospered. Idols were banished, and the temple was repaired. But afterwards he followed less wholesome counsels; idolatry revived; and when Zechariah the high priest rebuked the guilty people, the ungrateful king caused this servant of God, the son of his benefactor, to be stoned to death. Misfortunes soon multiplied on his head; he was repeatedly humbled by the Syrians, and gave them the temple treasures as a ransom; a loathsome disease imbittered his life, which was very soon cut short by a conspiracy of his servants, and he was not buried in the sepulchre of the kings, 2 Kings 11:1-12:21 2 Chronicles 23:1-24:27 . The prophet Joel was contemporary with him.
The son and successor of Jehoahaz, king of Israel, B. C. 840-825. There was much in his conduct to commend. He had a great regard for the prophet Elisha, and visited him on his deathbed, where by a divine oracle he was assured of three victories over the Syrians. He was also victorious when forced to give battle to Amaziah king of Judah, and was one of the best of the kings of Israel. The worship of the golden calf, however, still continued during his reign, 2 Kings 13:9-25 14:1-8 2 Chronicles 25:1-28 .
Easton's Bible Dictionary - Jehoash
Jehovah-given.
The son of King Ahaziah. While yet an infant, he was saved from the general massacre of the family by his aunt Jehosheba, and was apparently the only surviving descendant of Solomon (2 Chronicles 21:4,17 ). His uncle, the high priest Jehoiada, brought him forth to public notice when he was eight years of age, and crowned and anointed him king of Judah with the usual ceremonies. Athaliah was taken by surprise when she heard the shout of the people, "Long live the king;" and when she appeared in the temple, Jehoiada commanded her to be led forth to death (2 Kings 11:13-20 ). While the high priest lived, Jehoash favoured the worship of God and observed the law; but on his death he fell away into evil courses, and the land was defiled with idolatry. Zechariah, the son and successor of the high priest, was put to death. These evil deeds brought down on the land the judgement of God, and it was oppressed by the Syrian invaders. He is one of the three kings omitted by (Matthew 1:8 ) in the genealogy of Christ, the other two being Ahaziah and Amaziah. He was buried in the city of David (2 Kings 12:21 ). (See JOASH [1].)
The son and successor of Jehoahaz, king of Israel (2 Kings 14:1 ; comp 12:1; 13:10). When he ascended the throne the kingdom was suffering from the invasion of the Syrians. Hazael "was cutting Israel short." He tolerated the worship of the golden calves, yet seems to have manifested a character of sincere devotion to the God of his fathers. He held the prophet Elisha in honour, and wept by his bedside when he was dying, addressing him in the words Elisha himself had used when Elijah was carried up into heaven: "O my father, my father, the chariot of Israel and the horsemen thereof." He was afterwards involved in war with Amaziah, the king of Judah (2 Chronicles 25:23-24 ), whom he utterly defeated at Beth-shemesh, on the borders of Dan and Philistia, and advancing on Jerusalem, broke down a portion of the wall, and carried away the treasures of the temple and the palace. He soon after died (B.C. 825), and was buried in Samaria (2 Kings 14:1-17,19,20 ). He was succeeded by his son. (See JOASH [2].)
Bridgeway Bible Dictionary - Jehoash
Many people in Bible times had the name Jehoash, or Joash in its shorter form (e.g. Judges 6:29-31; 1 Chronicles 4:22; 1 Chronicles 7:8; 1 Chronicles 12:3; 1 Chronicles 27:28; 2 Chronicles 18:25). The most important of them all were the two kings who ruled during the time of the divided kingdom, one over Judah and the other over Israel.
To avoid confusion, Jehoash of Judah is often referred to as Joash. When his father Ahaziah was killed, the mother of Ahaziah killed Ahaziah’s children and seized the throne of Judah. This woman, Athaliah, the daughter of Ahab and Jezebel, then established her parents’ Baalism in Judah. The only child to escape her massacre was the year-old Joash, who was rescued by his aunt (wife of the high priest) and brought up secretly in the temple. After six years the high priest led a successful revolution that saw Athaliah killed, Baalism removed, and the child Joash placed on the Davidic throne (835 BC; 2 Kings 11).
The most influential person in Judah at that time was Jehoiada the high priest, who trained and instructed Joash. Because of Jehoiada’s influence, Joash matured into a good king (2 Kings 12:2; 2 Chronicles 24:2-3). When he found inefficiency, and possibly dishonesty, among those responsible for repairing the temple, Joash acted decisively to have the work completed promptly (2 Kings 12:4-16; 2 Chronicles 24:4-14).
After Jehoiada’s death, Joash and his people drifted into idolatry and even killed a priest who rebuked them (2 Chronicles 24:15-22). God’s judgment fell upon Judah in the form of a costly invasion by Syria. Joash was assassinated by his own soldiers and was not even given a royal funeral (2 Kings 12:17-21; 2 Chronicles 24:23-27).
Jehoash of Israel came to the throne at a time when Syria was crushing his country (798 BC; 2 Kings 13:7-9). Though unfaithful to God, he respected God’s prophet Elisha (2 Kings 13:11; 2 Kings 13:14). In three battles against Syria he regained much of Israel’s lost territory, and only lack of faith stopped him from regaining a lot more (2 Kings 13:15-19; 2 Kings 13:25). He was chiefly remembered for a battle with Judah that he tried to avoid. In a stunning victory he plundered Jerusalem and taught the arrogant Judean king a timely lesson (2 Kings 13:12; 2 Kings 14:8-14).

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Joash - See Jehoash
Joash -
A contracted form of Jehoash, the father of Gideon (Judges 6:11,29 ; 8:13,29,32 ). (See Jehoash [1]. (See Jehoash [2]
Jehoash - Jehoash , in the shorter form JOASH , is the name of a king in each of the two lines, Israel and Judah. Jehoash of Judah was the son of Ahaziah. Jehoash was assassinated by some of his officers ( 2 Kings 11:1-21 f. Jehoash of Israel was the third king of the line of Jehu. He tells us that when Elisha was about to die Jehoash came to visit him, and wept over him as a great power about to be lost to Israel. The three blows which he struck represent the three victories obtained by Jehoash, and the blame expressed by Elisha indicates that his contemporaries thought the king slack in following up his advantage. Jehoash also obtained a signal victory over Judah in a war wantonly provoked, it would seem, by Amaziah, king of Judah ( 2 Kings 13:10 ff
Jehoiada - The only one concerning whom it speaks in any detail is the chief priest in Jerusalem who was the main influence for good in the life of the Judean king Jehoash (or Joash) (2 Chronicles 22:10-12; 2 Chronicles 23; 2 Chronicles 24:1-25; for details see Jehoash)
Jehoaddan - Jehovah his ornament, the wife of King Jehoash, and mother of King Amaziah (2 Kings 14:2 )
Zibiah - ” Mother of king Jehoash (Joash) of Judah (2 Kings 12:1 ; 2 Chronicles 24:1 )
Jehoash - Jehoash (je-hô'ash), whom Jehovah bestowed
Jozachar - One of those who killed Joash, or Jehoash, king of Judah
Jozachar - Jehovah-remembered, one of the two servants who assassinated Jehoash, the king of Judah, in Millo (2 Kings 12:21 )
Jehozabad - ...
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The son of Shomer, one of the two conspirators who put king Jehoash to death in Millo in Jerusalem (2 Kings 12:21 )
Jehoiada - He married Jehosheba, or Jehoshabeath, the daughter of king Jehoram (2 Chronicles 22:11 ), and took an active part along with his wife in the preservation and training of Jehoash when Athaliah slew all the royal family of Judah. The plans he adopted in replacing Jehoash on the throne of his ancestors are described in 2 Kings 11:2 ; 12:2 ; 2 Chronicles 22:11 ; 23:24
Jehosheba - On the death of her half-brother Ahaziah, she was instrumental in preserving the Davidic stock, by concealing the infant Jehoash in a lumber-room of the palace (RVm Joash - See Jehoash
Ephraim Gate - The section of wall between these two gates was destroyed by King Jehoash of Israel in eighth century
Amaziah - Son of Jehoash of Judah. In this he seems to have been the aggressor; and after refusing to hear the advice of Jehoash, whom he had challenged to a trial of strength, he had the mortification of seeing his own capital plundered
Jeroboam - There was another Jeroboam, the son of Jehoash
Jeroboam (2) - Son of Jehoash, or Joash, and his successor on the throne of Israel
Jehoash - Many people in Bible times had the name Jehoash, or Joash in its shorter form (e. ...
To avoid confusion, Jehoash of Judah is often referred to as Joash. ...
Jehoash of Israel came to the throne at a time when Syria was crushing his country (798 BC; 2 Kings 13:7-9)
Benbadad - When he succeeded to the throne, Jehoash recovered the cities which Jehoahaz had lost to the Syrians, and beat him in Aphek. Jehoash gained two more victories, but did not restore the dominion of Israel on the east of Jordan
Gath - One of the five cities of the Philistines, 1 Samuel 5:8; 1 Samuel 6:17; Amos 6:2; Micah 1:10; a stronghold of the Anakim, Joshua 11:22; home of Goliath, 1 Samuel 17:4; place whither the ark was carried, 1 Samuel 5:8; where David sought refuge, 1 Samuel 21:10-15; was strengthened by Rehoboam, 2 Chronicles 11:8; taken by Hazael of Syria, 2 Kings 12:17; probably recovered by Jehoash, 2 Kings 13:25; broken down by Uzziah, 2 Chronicles 26:6; was probably destroyed before the time of the later prophecies, as it is omitted from the list of royal cities
Maaseiah - ...
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One of the "captains of hundreds" associated with Jehoiada in restoring king Jehoash to the throne (2 Chronicles 23:1 )
Amaziah - The son and successor of Jehoash, or Joash, king of Judah
Jehoahaz - The Syrians, under Hazael and Benhadad, prevailed over him, but were at length driven out of the land by his son Jehoash (13:1-9,25)
Jehoiada - Priest who led the coup in which Queen Athaliah, who had usurped the throne of Judah, was slain and Joash (Jehoash), the legitimate heir to the monarchy, was enthroned (2 Kings 11:4 )
Bethshemesh - Here Amaziah king of Judah was defeated by Jehoash king of Israel
Jehoiada - The Book of Chronicles makes him the husband of the princess Jehosheba (or Jehoshabeath, 2 Chronicles 22:11 ), by whose presence of mind the infant prince Jehoash escaped the massacre by which Athaliah secured the throne for herself
Thorns, Thistles - The thistle is used to signify a worthless person in the parable of Jehoash, king of Israel
Amaziah - Son of Jehoash, or Joash, king of Judah, and who succeeded to the throne: he reigned 29 years, B
Joash - The son and successor of Ahaziah, king of Judah, called also Jehoash. He Is also called "Jehoash
Beth-Shemesh - It was the scene of an encounter between Jehoash, king of Israel, and Amaziah, king of Judah, in which the latter was made prisoner (2 Kings 14:11,13 )
Beth-Shemesh - Here Amaziah was defeated and captured by Jehoash, king of Israel ( 2 Kings 14:11 ; 2 Kings 14:13 )
Fable - Of the fable, as distinguished from the parable [1], we have but two examples in the Bible: ...
That of the trees choosing their king, addressed by Jotham to the men of Shechem, (Judges 9:8-15 ) ...
That of the cedar of Lebanon and the thistle, as the answer of Jehoash to the challenge of Amaziah
Jehoahaz - When his troubles multiplied he sought the Lord, whom he had forsaken, and God ultimately raised up a deliverer in the person of Jehoash, his son
Jeho'Ahaz - Jehoahaz maintained the idolatry of Jeroboam; but in the extremity of his humiliation he besought Jehovah, and Jehovah gave Israel a deliverer --probably either Jehoash, vs
Hazael - 886-840), and was succeeded on the throne by his son Ben-hadad (2 Kings 13:22-25 ), who on several occasions was defeated by Jehoash, the king of Israel, and compelled to restore all the land of Israel his father had taken
Table of Kings And Prophets in Israel And Judah - ...
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Zechariah, son of Jehoiada
Ben-ha'Dad - When he succeeded to the throne, Jehoash recovered the cities which Jehoahaz had lost to the Syrians, and beat him in Aphek
Wall - The goal was to force a breach wide enough for the troops to enter into the city; “And Jehoash king of Israel took Amaziah king of Judah, the son of Jehoash the son of Ahaziah, at Beth-shemesh, and came to Jerusalem, and brake down the wall of Jerusalem from the gate of Ephraim unto the corner gate, four hundred cubits [1]” (2 Kings 14:13)
Ben-Hadad - His father had greatly afflicted and oppressed Israel; but he lost all that his father had gained, being thrice defeated by king Jehoash, 2 Kings 13:1-25
Bashan - The cities of Bashan were taken by Hazael (2 Kings 10:33 ), but were soon after reconquered by Jehoash (2 Kings 13:25 ), who overcame the Syrians in three battles, according to the word of Elisha (19)
Joash - He is very frequently called Jehoash. Called also Jehoash
Ben-Hadad - Son of Hazael who fought Jehoash, king of Israel (2 Kings 13:3 , 2 Kings 13:24-25 )
Jehoash - While the high priest lived, Jehoash favoured the worship of God and observed the law; but on his death he fell away into evil courses, and the land was defiled with idolatry
Genealogy of Jesus Christ - But Joram really begat Ahaziah, Ahaziah Jehoash, Jehoash Uzziah
Israel, Kingdom of - Almost the first sign of the restoration of their strength was a war between them; and Jehoash, the grandson of Jehu, entered Jerusalem as the conqueror of Amaziah. Jehoash also turned the tide of war against the Syrians; and Jeroboam II
jo'Ash - to help), contracted from Jehoash
Beth-Shemesh - , the city was the scene of a battle in which Jehoash of Israel was victorious over Amaziah of Judah, resulting in the pillaging of the Temple (2 Kings 14:11-14 ; 2 Chronicles 25:21-24 )
Jeroboam - , the son and successor of Jehoash, and the fourteenth king of Israel, over which he ruled for forty-one years, B
Ark - ...
During the reign of Joash (or Jehoash), when the temple was repaired, money for the work was deposited in a "chest" with a hole in its lid
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Edict allowing Jews to return to Jerusalem under Zerubbabel...
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Temple restoration begun but quickly halted...
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Darius, king of Persia...
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Haggai and Zechariah lead rebuilding of Temple...
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Artaxerxes I, king of Persia...
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Ezra returns to Jerusalem and teaches the law...
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Nehemiah returns to Jerusalem and rebuilds the walls...
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NOTE: Overlapping dates of kings such as between Uzziah and Jotham result from coregencies, that is, a father installing his son as king during the father's lifetime and allowing the son to exercise royal power
Elisha - ), and Jehoash or Joash (798 B
Hazael - Jehoash, son of Jehoahaz, recovered from Benhadad, Hazael's son, the cities taken by Hazael
Damascus - He took also Gath, and was only diverted from Jerusalem by Jehoash giving up the royal and temple treasures
Benhadad - During his reign, Jehoash, king of Israel, recovered from him all that his father Hazael had taken from Jehoahaz, his predecessor
Damascus - Finally, Jehoash, king of Israel (798-782), regained some cities from Damascus (2 Kings 13:25 )
Transjordan - Weaker kings, such as Rehoboam and Jehoash of Judah for example, will have had little or no influence in the Transjordan
Damascus - Hazael was defeated by Assyria in his turn, with great loss, at Antilibanus; but repulsed Ahaziah's and Jehoram's attack on Israel (2 Kings 8:28), ravaged Gilead, the land of Gad, Reuben, and Manasseh (2 Kings 10:32-33); took also Gath, and was only diverted from Jerusalem by Jehoash giving the royal and the temple treasures (2 Kings 12:17-18)
Jeroboam - JEROBOAM, the second of that name, was the son of Jehoash, king of Israel
Numbers as Symbols - Saul, David, Solomon, and Jehoash were each tested by a reign of forty years
Temple of Jerusalem - Temple repairs were carried out by Jehoash (Joash) of Judah after the murder of wicked Queen Athaliah, but even he had to strip the Temple treasuries to buy off Hazael, king of Syria (2 Kings 12:1 ). Jehoash (Joash), king of Israel, when foolishly challenged to battle by Amaziah, king of Judah, not only defeated him, but came to Jerusalem and plundered the Temple (1 Kings 14:12-14 )
Kings, 1 And 2 - Asa (1 Kings 15:11-14 ), Jehoshaphat (1 Kings 22:41-43 ), Jehoash (2 Kings 12:2-3 ), Azariah (2 Kings 15:3-4 ), and Jotham (2 Kings 15:34-35 ) were praised as having done what was right in the eyes of the Lord, but their praise is qualified with the addition that they allowed the worship of foreign gods to continue in Judah
Jerusalem - Her successor Joash or Jehoash distinguished himself by his repair of the Temple ( 1 Chronicles 11:4 ); but he was obliged to buy off Hazael, king of Syria, and persuaded him to abandon his projected attack on the capital by a gift of the gold of the Temple ( 2 Kings 12:18 ). Soon afterwards, however, Jehoash of Israel came down upon Jerusalem, breached the wall, and looted the royal and sacred treasuries ( 2 Kings 14:14 )
Jonah - It may have been delivered under Jehoash (b
Kings, First And Second, Theology of - The author of Kings is also concerned about recording the occasions when the temple treasury was appropriated for war indemnity, whether by foreigners (Shiskak, 1 Kings 14:25-28 ; and Nebuchadnezzar 2 Kings 24:13 ; 25:13-17 ) or Judeans (Asa, 1 Kings 15:18 ; JehoashKings 12:18 ; 14:14 ; and Hezekiah, 2 Kings 18:16 )
Assyria, History And Religion of - Nevertheless, Adad-nirari also collected tribute from Jehoash of Israel
Kings, Books of - The next rank is accorded to Asa, Jehoshaphat, Jehoash of Judah, Amaziah, Uzziah, and Jotham, and we notice that they all effected certain reforms in the Temple
Israel, History of - Thus, when Yahwistic priests placed the young King Jehoash (837-800) on the throne, progress made by Baalism in displacing Yahwism was rapidly reversed