Oct 5, 2022
A sign of how far Judah and Israel had wandered from the Lord was that even the Passover was not celebrated. When Hezekiah reinstituted the Passover celebration, it was the start of a real revival.
I find it interesting that Solomon would say that everything has been decided beforehand. GNT...
Oct 4, 2022
This podcast is Day number 2 in my series about Buckling the belt of truth. In the first day in this series (which can be found by searching for 195 or the word ‘buckling’, I explained what I consider to be the first step in putting on the belt of truth. The belt of truth is one of seven parts to the...
Oct 4, 2022
Hezekiah led a wonderful spiritual revival which included the reopening and cleansing of the temple and the resumption of sacrifices. And he wasted no time in doing those things.
Solomon gave wonderful conclusions about happiness in yesterday’s reading. And he also observed that we leave...
Oct 3, 2022
Ahaz’s rule was one of the darkest chapters in Judah’s history. The people didn’t even bury him in the royal cemetery. He closed the temple and put up places to worship Baal all over the country. Even when under severe punishment from the Lord, he never turned to the Lord for help.
Oct 2, 2022
Yesterday we heard of the reign of Uzziah (who suffered a terrible punishment for his pride) and the reign of his son, Jotham. Both were basically good kings.
Yesterday we heard the famous chapter of Ecclesiastes which starts with
Ecc. 3:1 (like NLT) For everything (turn, turn, turn) there...