Reflections on II Kings 18-20 & II Chronicles 29-32

Hezekiah becomes king of Judah.  Observe:

  • Hold Fast to the Lord – Hezekiah was a rare king who not only did what was right in God’s eyes, but even did it to the extent of David. He tore down all the places of idolatry.  He trusted God and turned to him in trouble.  He followed God and kept his commands.  He walked faithfully before the Lord with his whole heart.  How well does this describe you?
  • Revival – After years of apostasy, Hezekiah led the people back to God. They cleansed the temple, restored the sacrifices and singing, and worshipped the Lord together.  Many people humbled themselves and set their heart to seek the Lord.  How do you need to return to the Lord?
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One Response to Reflections on II Kings 18-20 & II Chronicles 29-32

  1. mitchteemley says:

    Yes, a true OT hero. I often quote 2 Chronicles 31:20-21: “In everything he undertook…he sought his God and worked wholeheartedly, and so he prospered.”

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