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In the life of Hezekiah we see how to have victory in life.
Contributor: Steve Malone (257 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Scripture: 2 Kings 18:1-20:21
Tags: Ot Characters
Prophets ought to be encouraging but Isaiah said, "You are going to die." Hezekiah was hesitant about dying. He didnít want to die. He wanted to live. After all, who wants to die? He was a good king, by comparing him with others. He got rid of the Baal
Contributor: Ovidiu Radulescu (42 sermons shared)
Denomination: Seventh-day Adventist
Scripture: 2 Kings 20:1-20:20
Kings of Judah, Pt. 9: "Hezekiah"
Series: Kings of Judah
Contributor: Victor Yap (473 sermons shared)
Scripture: 2 Kings 18:1-20:1
Tags: Ot Characters
Hezekiah was terminally ill. He cried out desperately to God for his life. God heard his prayer and he was healed.
Contributor: Wah Lok Ng (26 sermons shared)
A message on being prepared for death.
Contributor: Ed Wood (456 sermons shared)
This sermon helps us understand that if we live for God, Prayer is an effective way to overcome.
Contributor: Larry Horn (3 sermons shared)
No matter what your situation may be, it is still not your conclusion.
Contributor: Ronnie Mcneill (52 sermons shared)
Where you are now is not the end, its just the beginning. This is not the end itís just the start of great things.
Contributor: Paul L Brantley (3 sermons shared)
Scripture: 2 Kings 20:1-20:11
You can change the mind of God with prayer, a broken heart and tears!
Contributor: Reggie Corfield (22 sermons shared)
Tags: Hardship Of Life
#4 in series "Revival in the Land" Here at the end of Hezekiahís life are several lessons we would do well to learn if we hope to see the Lord move in revival power among us.
Series: Revival in the Land
Contributor: Guy Caley (129 sermons shared)
Denomination: Assembly of God
Tags: Temptation Pride