Who was the king of Israel at the time when Syrian commander Naaman recovered from disease?


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Mini Tim Maas Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army
To me, the general chronology of events in 2 Kings suggests that it was Ahab's son Jehoram (who is also called Joram). He is recorded as becoming king of the northern kingdom of Israel in the third chapter of 2 Kings, and there is no mention of the next king (Jehu) until the ninth chapter, some time after the events involving Naaman that are recounted in the fifth chapter.

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