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Which king’s name means “the lord is Judge” in Hebrew?

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Answer: Jehosephat

Jehoshaphat or Jehosaphat or Josaphat or Yehoshafat (??????????? "The Lord is judge", Standard Hebrew Y?hošafat, Tiberian Hebrew Y?hôšap¯a?) was the son and successor of Asa, king of Judah. His children included Jehoram of Judah. The king is not connected with the Valley of Jehosaphat, where according Joel 3: 2 the God of Israel will gather all nations for judgment.

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