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Contributed on Jul 15, 2018
Hezekiah prays and sees God as the One who is enthroned and rules over all kingdoms. He trusts God and sees the deliverance of God.
Hezekiah has a real crisis at hand. Jerusalem was under siege and fighting for her life. • In chapter 18 they were confronted with a psychological warfare at the wall, bombarded by depressing words from the Assyrian field commander. • Hezekiah commanded his people at the wall not to answer the ...read more
Contributed on Jul 8, 2018
Faith in God is not immunity from troubles. God builds our trust in Him through the trials of life, not apart from them.
We read of the fall of the Northern Kingdom ISRAEL last week. • When the North falls, King Hezekiah was reigning in the South. We are going to read in the next 3 chapters. Let’s read 2 Kings 18:1-8. King Hezekiah is one of the two good kings in the history of Judah (S). • The other is King ...read more
Contributed on Jul 3, 2018
God reveals Himself as the One true God who redeems Israel, warns them and finally judges them. Israel is called to worship the One and only God, and to show the nations that the Lord their God, the Lord is one. They failed.
We’ve come to the last King of Israel and the end of the Northern Kingdom (2 Kings 17). • It ended this way - 2 Kings 17:5-6 5The king of Assyria invaded the entire land, marched against Samaria and laid siege to it for three years. 6In the ninth year of Hoshea, the king of Assyria captured ...read more
Contributed on Jun 23, 2018
God did not give up on Ahaz, despite his idolatry and unbelief. God came to him through prophet Isaiah, assuring him and urging him to trust Him.
We are going to look at our unrelenting God, the One who never give up on us. We looked at the five kings of Israel in chapter 15. It ends with an account on King Jotham of Judah. • Jotham did what was right in the eyes of the Lord but not perfectly because he did not remove the high ...read more
Contributed on Jun 21, 2018
Consider God's warning signs - words from the prophets, internal chaos and the external threat from Assyria.
2 Kings 15:8-31 THE WARNING SIGNS ES 17 Jun 18 1665 Warning signs are good. They are meant for our good and can save lives. God warns. God warns before He judges. • Let’s consider the warning signs from three directions. The upward – warnings from God through the prophets, the inward – ...read more
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Contributed on Feb 4, 2013
THE ONLY SUNLIGHT THEY SEE Two orphaned brothers stay in a slum district of New York City. One of them is crippled and hardly leaves the room. The older brother has to take care of him and buys him food. His younger brother lamented one day that he has not seen the sunlight for a long ...read more
Contributed on Jan 14, 2013
WE STUDY THE BIBLE TO LISTEN TO HIS VOICE "We study the Bible to listen to His voice that comes from outside our experience, not to listen to our own voice that is crying from within. "His Word is not one of many. It is the only Word that has been there from all eternity because it comes ...read more
Contributed on Jan 3, 2013
WHICH BASIN? Remember there were TWO basins of water mentioned in the Bible. One, Herod used it to wash his hands -- "this has nothing to do with me". The other one, Jesus used it to wash His disciples' feet. It has nothing to do with Him too. It's the job of slaves but He did it. And He ...read more
Contributed on Dec 25, 2012
John Maxwell, a famous author and writer of many books on leadership, shared that once he was visiting his parents and needed to make a conference call. He needed a quiet place and his father let him use his office. As he sat at his desk, he noticed a card next to the phone with these words ...read more
Contributed on Nov 26, 2012
HENRY FORD: THE BANG ON THE TABLE In 1896, Henry Ford attended a company event where Thomas Edison (the great inventor) was the guest of honour. His friend introduced him to Edison as "the man trying to make a car that runs on gasoline." Edison asked young Henry Ford a host of questions and ...read more