, , , ,

Most of this section of the Bible was very repetitive with many different kings, some of which were good and some of which were bad, living, reigning and then dying. Many of what they did is also mentioned in some book called the annals of the kings. There is one interesting story during this section of the Bible, though, that completely comes out of nowhere and happens shortly after Elisha, the successor to Elijah, dies. When Elisha was buried, another man apparently was thrown into the grave with him by a band of thieves. When this man was thrown into the grave, he became one of the very few people mentioned in the Bible who actually was able to come back to life, proving that Elisha’s grave was a holy one.