Eliakim (Bible)

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Eliakim (Hebrew: אֶלְיָקִים, Modern  Tiberian , Greek: Ελιακιμ, Latin: Eliacim), son of Hilkiah, succeeded Shebna to become finance minister for King Hezekiah.[1]

Old Testament mentions of Eliakim[edit]

  • 2 Kings 18:18
  • 2 Kings 18:26
  • 2 Kings 18:37
  • 2 Kings 19:2
  • Isaiah 22:20
  • Isaiah 36:3
  • Isaiah 36:11
  • Isaiah 36:22
  • Isaiah 37:2

Eliakim was also the birth name of King Jehoiakim.

  • 2 kings 23:34

New Testament mentions of Eliakim[edit]

In the New Testament a different Eliakim is included on Jesus' family tree at Matthew 1:13 and Luke 3:30.

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