Jehiel

Jehiel
   God's living one.
   1) The father of Gibeon (1 Chr. 9:35).
   2) One of David's guard (1 Chr. 11:44).
   3) One of the Levites "of the second degree," appointed to conduct the music on the occasion of the ark's being removed to Jerusalem (1 Chr. 15:18, 20).
   4) A Hachmonite, a tutor in the family of David toward the close of his reign (1 Chr. 27:32).
   5) The second of Jehoshaphat's six sons (2 Chr. 21:2).
   6) One of the Levites of the family of Heman who assisted Hezekiah in his work of reformation (2 Chr. 29:14).
   7) A "prince" and "ruler of the house of God" who contributed liberally to the renewal of the temple sacrifices under Josiah (2 Chr. 35:8).
   8) The father of Obadiah (Ezra 8:9).
   9) One of the "sons" of Elam (Ezra 10:26).
   10) Ezra 10:21.

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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