2 Kings 10 is a chapter that focuses on the consequences of the wickedness of the house of Ahab. The chapter begins with Jehu, anointed by the Lord to be king of Israel, gathering the prophets of Baal and having them killed. This is a direct result of the wickedness of Ahab and Jezebel, who had led the people of Israel away from the Lord and into idolatry.
The chapter then moves on to Jehu's destruction of the house of Ahab. He kills all of Ahab's sons and relatives, as well as all of the priests of Baal. This is a clear demonstration of God's judgment on the house of Ahab for their wickedness.
The chapter ends with Jehu's destruction of the temple of Baal. This is a powerful symbol of the Lord's victory over idolatry and a reminder to the people of Israel that the Lord is the one true God.
2 Kings 10 is a powerful reminder of the consequences of wickedness and idolatry. It is a reminder that the Lord will judge those who turn away from Him and that He will ultimately prevail over all evil.