whom Jehovah heard. (1.) A prophet in the reign of Rehoboam (1 Kings 12:22-24). (2.) Neh. 3:29. (3.) A Simeonite (1 Chr. 4:37). (4.) A priest (Neh. 12:42). (5.) A Levite (1 Chr. 9:16). (6.) 1 Chr. 9:14; Neh. 11:15. (7.) A Levite in the time of David, who with 200 of his brethren took part in the bringing up of the ark from Obed-edom to Hebron (1 Chr. 15:8). (8.) A Levite (1 Chr. 24:6). (9.) The eldest son of Obed-edom (1 Chr. 26:4-8). (10.) A Levite (2 Chr. 29:14). (11.) A false prophet who hindered the rebuilding of Jerusalem (Neh. 6:10). (12.) A prince of Judah who assisted at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem (Neh. 12:34-36). (13.) A false prophet who opposed Jeremiah (Jer. 29:24-32). (14.) One of the Levites whom Jehoshaphat appointed to teach the law (2 Chr. 17:8). (15.) A Levite appointed to "distribute the oblations of the Lord" (2 Chr. 31:15). (16.) A Levite (2 Chr. 35:9). (17.) The father of Urijah the prophet (Jer. 26:20). (18.) The father of a prince in the reign of Jehoiakim (Jer. 36:12).
But Chonoh does not recognize him, and shemaiah keeps quiet.
He sees at a glance that it would be wrong for him to follow shemaiah's advice.
And shemaiah sits down by the road-side on a little heap of snow.
shemaiah, do you think God will punish me for my cursing and my bad temper?
shemaiah, the prophet, prevents a civil war between Judans and Benjamites, 184.
After him repaired also shemaiah the son of Shechaniah, the keeper of the east gate.
After him repaired shemaiah the son of Shecaniah, the keeper of the east gate.
We visited two houses, the first that of shemaiah, a wealthy banker, who was ruined by lending money to the Turkish Government.
He was not to be sheltered in the temple, as shemaiah suggested; but he was saved through the keenness of his own conscience.
shemaiah said, “Love work and hate lordship and make not thyself known to the government.”