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Reference: Pelatiah


deliverance of the Lord. (1.) A son of Hananiah and grandson of Zerubbabel (1Ch 3:21).

(2.) A captain of "the sons of Simeon" (1Ch 4:42).

(3.) Ne 10:22.

(4.) One of the twenty-five princes of the people against whom Ezekiel prophesied on account of their wicked counsel (Eze 11:1-13).

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1. 1Ch 3:21.

2. 1Ch 4:42.

3. Ne 10:22.

4. One of the 25 princes; ringleader of the scorners "devising mischief." Like Ananias (Ac 5:5) stricken dead; an earnest of the destruction of the rest, as Ezekiel foretold (Eze 11:1-13). The prophet fell on his face thereupon saying, "Ah! Lord God! wilt Thou make a full end of the remnant of Israel?" The people regarded Pelatiah as a mainstay of the city. His name suggested hope, from paalat "to escape," or Yah pileet, "God delivers." Is that hope to be disappointed? asks Ezekiel; is his death a token that all, even the remnant, shall be destroyed?

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1. A 'prince of the people' (Eze 11:1); he died as the prophet delivered his message (Eze 11:13). It is difficult to decide whether Pelatiah's death is to be understood as actual or merely symbolical. 2. A grandson of Zerubbabel (1Ch 3:21). 3. A Simeonite (1Ch 4:42). 4. A signatory to the covenant (Ne 10:22).

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1. Son of Hananiah, a descendant of David. 1Ch 3:21.

2. Captain in the tribe of Simeon when they smote the Amalekites. 1Ch 4:42.

3. One who sealed the covenant. Ne 10:22.

4. One seen in a vision by Ezekiel, described as son of Benaiah, and who devised mischief and gave wicked counsel in the city, He died when Ezekiel prophesied. Eze 11:1,13.

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(delivered by Jehovah).

1. Son of Hananiah the son of Zerubbabel.

1Ch 3:21

(B.C. after 536.)

2. One of the captains of the marauding band of Simeonites who in the reign of Hezekiah made an expedition to Mount Seir and smote the Amalekites.

1Ch 4:42

(B.C. about 700.)

3. One of the heads of the people, and probably the name of a family who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah.

Ne 10:22

(B.C. about 440.)

4. The son of Benaiah. and one of the princes of the people against whom Ezekiel was directed to utter the words of doom recorded in

Eze 11:5-12

(B.C. about 592.)

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