By William Johnstone
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Extra info for 1 and 2 Chronicles: Volume 1: 1 Chronicles 1-2 Chronicles 9: Israel's Place among Nations
Then Azubah died'—but no mention is made of the fate of Jerioth. The Vulgate and the Syriac suggest that the name of only one wife, Azubah, is mentioned, Jerioth being her child. ) death of Azubah ('desolate one'; cf. Isa. 12), suggests a peripheral and, perhaps even, fleeting element. 23 49 The second branch, however, Caleb II (1 Chron. 19-20), belongs to the core of the Calebites. Despite unpromising beginnings—its mother, Ephrath, is a substitute wife for the dead Azubah—it is destined to attain central significance in both geographical and historical terms.
The stark directness of this lineage is in contrast to the elaborate complexity of the many lines descending from Caleb and in itself expresses the significance of the chosen line (cf. the directness Adam-Noah-Abraham in 1 Chron. 1). For his information for this line of descent from Ram to David in 1 Chron. 19b22. He makes two additions to it, however. At the end of v. 10 he alludes to Num. 3 where Nahshon is identified as 'prince of the sons of Judah'. The rule of the house of David is, thus, a resumption of the pre-eminent role of David's ancestor, Nahshon, in Judah, and, indeed, in the nation as a whole, at the time of the Exodus and the wilderness wandering.
30), hawwot, a word that occurs in the Hebrew Bible only in connection with Jair and probably implies temporary settlements (the still more obscure Kenath and its satellites recur in Num. 42). These were located in the part of the country most vulnerable of all to invasions from the neighbouring states of the Aramaeans (Geshur lay immediately to the north of Bashan in the Golan Heights). The general outcome of the sequel in 1 Chron. 24 is clear though the text is, unfortunately, obscure. ) Ephrathah—now Hezron's wife was Abijah—she bore him Ashhur, father of Tekoa'.
1 and 2 Chronicles: Volume 1: 1 Chronicles 1-2 Chronicles 9: Israel's Place among Nations by William Johnstone