whom God will raise up. (1.) The son of Melea (Luke 3:30), and probably grandson of Nathan. (2.) The son of Abiud, of the posterity of Zerubbabel (Matt. 1:13). (3.) The son of Hilkiah, who was sent to receive the message of the invading Assyrians and report it to Isaiah (2 Kings 18:18; 19:2; Isa. 36:3; 37:2). In his office as governor of the palace of Hezekiah he succeeded Shebna (Isa. 22:15-25). He was a good man (Isa. 22:20; 2 Kings 18:37), and had a splendid and honourable career. (4.) The original name of Jehoiakim, king of Judah (2 Kings 23:34). He was the son of Josiah.
A two days' sickness had compelled her to have recourse to eliakim Henderson.
eliakim's determination and persistence succeeded in obtaining this authoritative acquittal in Rome at the end of 1757.
eliakim, the son of Hilkiah, follows Shebna, the son of Nobody.
Lieutenant eliakim Palmer was again taken prisoner later in the war and again escaped.
But he knew that eliakim must have got it for considerably less, or he would not so soon have come down to this sum.
Then there went out to them eliakim, the overseer of the king's house, and Shebnah the scribe, and Joah the chancellor.
Josiah had left three sons; the first-born was eliakim, and the two younger sons, Shallum and Mattaniah.
eliakim Henderson, for this was the pawnbroker's name, did not remember Paul, though on one occasion our hero had called upon him.
Reluctantly eliakim gave back the ring, finding his wiles of no effect.
"It will be older next week," said eliakim, not wanting to lose the bargain, for he hoped it would not be redeemed.