- Jeshua used 29 times.
- Included in Eastons: Yes
- Included in Hitchcocks: Yes
- Included in Naves: Yes
- Included in Smiths: Yes
- Included in Websters: No
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
2. A Levite appointed by Hezekiah to distribute offerings in the priestly cities (2 Chronicles 31:15).
6. A Levite (Ezra 8:33).
7. Nehemiah 3:19.
9. Son of Kadmiel (Nehemiah 12:24).
10. A city of Judah (Nehemiah 11:26).
11. Nehemiah 8:17; Joshua, the son of Nun.
same as Joshua
1. Called Jeshuah
A priest, head of the ninth course
1 Chronicles 24:11
2. A Levite
Had charge of the tithes
2 Chronicles 31:15
3. Called Joshua
Rebuilt the altar
Rebuilt the temple
4. Father of Jozabad
6. Father of Ezer
8. A Levite who sealed Nehemiah's covenant
9. A city of Judah
10. Joshua called
1. (a saviour), another form of the name of Joshua of Jesus.
- Joshua the son of Nun. (Nehemiah 8:17) [JOSHUA]
- A priest in the reign of David, to whom the nine course fell by David, to whom the ninth course fell by lot. (1 Chronicles 24:11) (B.C. 1014.)
- One of the Levites in the reign of Hezekiah. (2 Chronicles 31:15) (B.C. 726.)
- Son of Jehozadak, first high priest after the Babylonish captivity, B.C. 536. Jeshua was probably born in Babylon, whither his father Jehozadak had been taken captive while young. (1 Chronicles 6:15) Authorized Version. He came up from Babylon in the first year of Cyrus, with Zerubbabel, and took a leading part with him in the rebuilding of the temple and the restoration of the Jewish commonwealth. The two prophecies concerning him in (Zechariah 3:1) ... and Zechariah 6:9-15 Point him out as an eminent type of Christ.
- Head of a Levitical house, one of those which returned from the Babylonish captivity. (Ezra 2:40; 3:9; Nehemiah 3:19; 8:7; 9:4,5; 12:8) etc.
- A branch of the family of Pahath-moab, one of the chief families, probably, of the tribe of Judah. (Nehemiah 10:14; 7:11) etc.; Ezra 10:30
2. (whom Jehovah helps), one of the towns reinhabited by the people of Judah after the return from captivity. (Nehemiah 11:26) It is not mentioned elsewhere.
3. In "Baal-hazor which is by Ephraim" was Absalom's sheepfarm, at which took place the murder of Amnon, one of the earliest precursors of the great revolt. (2 Samuel 13:23) There is no clue to its situation.
4. a city "in the district near the wilderness" to which our Lord retired with his disciples when threatened with violence by the priests. (John 11:54)
a priest in the reign of David, (1 Chronicles 24:11) the same as JESHUA, No. 2. (B.C. 1014.)