The reappearance of true prophets of Jehovah in this chapter is striking.
It seems to indicate that Elijah’s ministry had effected a change in the whole attitude of Public opinion, and even in Ahab himself.
- What was the difference between Ben-Hadad’s two demands that made Ahab reject the second, though he had yielded to the first?
What threat did Ben-Hadad make, and what was Ahab’s answer?
- How many times in this chapter is the intervention of a prophet recorded?
What can we ourselves learn from the messages these men were sent of God to deliver?