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2 Kings

Expositor's Dictionary of TextsExpositor's Dictionary

- 2 Kings

by Editor - William Robertson Nicoll


The Second Book of the Kings

References. I. 1. W. M. Taylor, Elijah the Prophet, p. 185. I. 1-11. A. Maclaren, Expositions of Holy Scripture 2 Samuel and the Books of Kings to 2 Kings vii. p. 315. II. W. M. Taylor, Elijah the Prophet, p. 203. II. 1. H. P. Liddon, Sermons on Old Testament Subjects, p. 240. H. Jones, Christian World Pulpit, vol. lii. 1897, p. 174. II. 1-6. H. P. Liddon, 'The Translation of Elijah,' Contemporary Pulpit, vol. ii. p. 330, and Christian World Pulpit, vol. xxvi. p. 145; and Bee Outlines on Old Testament, p. 73. Knox-Little, 'The Secret of Prophetic Power,' Manchester Sermons, p. 243. Krummacher's, Elijah, chap. xxi. 'The Work-day Evening'. Taylor's Elijah, chap. xii. Hall's Contemplations, Book xix. 'Contemplation v.' Kitto's Daily Bible Illustrations, vol. iv. p. 272. Stanley's Jewish Church, vol. ii. p. 270. Geikie's Hours with the Bible, vol. iv. pp. 111, etc.; for 'Schools of the Prophets' see Expositor (1st Series), vol. iii. p. 401. II. 2. J. M. Neale, Sermons Preached in a Religious House, vol. ii. p. 515. II. 3. A. G. Brown, Christian World, Pulpit, vol. xli. 1892, p. 88. II. 6. W. H. Simcox, The Cessation of Prophecy, p. 74. II. 8. J. M. Neale, Sermons Preached in Sackville College Chapel, vol. iii. p. 55; see also Readings for the Aged (4th Series), p. 208.