11 And they offered unto the Lord the same time, of the spoil which they had brought, seven hundred oxen and seven thousand sheep.
English Standard Version
11 They sacrificed to the Lord on that day from the spoil that they had brought 700 oxen and 7,000 sheep.
11 for a great assembly of worship. From their earlier plunder they offered sacrifices of 700 oxen and 7,000 sheep for the worship.
New King James Version
11 And they offered to the Lord at that time seven hundred bulls and seven thousand sheep from the spoil they had brought.
New Living Translation
11 On that day they sacrificed to the Lord 700Â cattle and 7,000 sheep and goats from the plunder they had taken in the battle.
Matthew Henry's Commentary on 2 Chronicles 15:11
The people make a solemn covenant with God.
The work of complete reformation appeared so difficult, that Asa had not courage to attempt it, till assured of Divine assistance and acceptance. He and his people offered sacrifices to God; thanksgiving for the favours they had received, and supplication for further favours. Prayers and praises are now our spiritual sacrifices. The people, of their own will, covenanted to seek the Lord, each for himself, with earnestness. What is religion but seeking God, inquiring after him, applying to him upon all occasions? We make nothing of our religion, if we do not make heart-work of it; God will have all the heart, or none. Our devotedness to God our Saviour, should be avowed and shown in the most solemn and public manner. What is done in hypocrisy is a mere drudgery.