A fitting end to an idolatrous city started up originally by the idol-worshipping king of Israel, Omri. He even wrote statutes, laws & regulations to entrench his power & control over the Israelites' worship of idols.
One way to overcome these natural lusts is to replace them with the fruits of the spirit, and think on the "these things" of Phils.::
And be moderate and healthy in what and how much we eat (thinking of poor old Raynald here!)
Are there any online sources by Christadelphians that set out to explain these chronological differences?
The ESV and the Septuagint both have Ahaziah's age at accession as being 22 in both 2 Kings 8:26 and 2 Chron 22:2.
But there is still the ten year discrepancy between 2 Kings 24:8 [aged 18] and 2 Chron 36:9 [aged only 8].
Would it have been normal practice for those people at that time to set up as king an eight year old?
Or would someone else take charge until the boy comes of age?