Tag Archive: 2 Chronicles 32

“In all of Scripture, Isaiah’s prophecies concerning Israel’s restoration and the coming of the Messiah may be the most marvelous, wonderful, comforting, inspiring, optimistic, and encouraging words ever read by a believer.  It continues to be a solemn warning to those who would persist in unrighteousness, but it is a refreshing message of hope to all sinners willing to acknowledge their guilt and lead repentant lives in service to God.

Read:  Isaiah chapters 65 & 66

“How anyone could ignore or reject such a powerful message is difficult to fathom.  But Isaiah himself speaks of those who will refuse to hear or see.”

Spiritual Renewal Under Manasseh

“As a result of his wicked leadership, Manasseh is taken captive by the army of a now-eclipsing Assyrian empire.  There in exile, Manasseh is conscience-stricken and sincerely repents.  Consequently, God reestablishes Manasseh on the throne in Judah, and Manasseh does what he can to abolish the very idolatry he introduced.”

Read:  2 Kings 19:37, 2 Chronicles 32:21, Isaiah 37:38, 2 Chronicles 33:10-17

All quotations taken from The Daily Bible.

Spiritual Decline Under Manasseh

“Under Hezekiah’s conscientious leadership, Judah has experienced a spiritual revival, but every generation must determine its own commitment.  Whether it is because Hezekiah was so busy leading his nation to God that he neglected his own children, or because his son, at the age of 12, takes the reins of power at far too early an age, the sad fact is that Manasseh turns the people from God back to idolatry and other pagan practices.”

Read:  2 Kings 20:21 & 21:1-16, 2 Chronicles 32:33 & 33:1-9

All quotations taken from The Daily Bible.

Last Years of Hezekiah’s Reign

“Hezekiah must truly have won God’s favor by his earlier reforms of worship in Judah, for when it comes time for him to die, his prayer for longer life is answered by an extension of 15 years.  Even that most unusual gesture is confirmed by another equally amazing miracle: God turns back the shadow on a stairway-type sun dial.

Hezekiah is forced for a time to pay tribute to Sennacherib, before God miraculously causes the deaths of thousands of Assyrian troops and forces Sennacherib to return home in disgrace.”

Read: 2 Kings 18:13-37, 2 Kings 20, 2 Chronicles 32, Isaiah 38, Isaiah 39:1-8, Isaiah 36:2-22, 2 Kings 19:1-36, Isaiah 37:1-37

All quotations taken from The Daily Bible.
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