2 Kings Chapter 18 Discussion

  • Marke on 2 Kings 18
    2 Kings 18:4.

    2 Kings 18:4

    He removed the high places, and brake the images, and cut down the groves, and brake in pieces the brasen serpent that Moses had made: for unto those days the children of Israel did burn incense to it: and he called it Nehushtan.

    Some religious people venerate religious relics, symbols, moments, and so forth, such as splinters from the cross or scraps of fabric from Jesus's burial cloth, and so forth. Such veneration of objects like that is idolatry. Ahaz was right to destroy the brazen serpent Moses had made because people were worshipping it like some sort of holy relic of God. Ahaz called it Nehustan, or a piece of copper or brass. In other words something worth its weight in scrap metal.
  • Bro Caleb on 2 Kings 18
    God bless you for your good work. Kindly don't you allow addition of other books. Remember Isaiah has 66 chapter just as the same number of books in the bible if you change you disrupt this. I you allow it it may alter the meaning of the bible and also remember the warning in Revelation the last chapter. My Bible is KJV 1611 version and will always be my favourite.
  • Fowodu abimbola on 2 Kings 18
    i read up to verse 20, I must say that King of Judah started on a new note, after many years of despondency, backsliding of people of Judah and their kings.Presently king of Isreal and his people had been carried away to the land of Assyria because of their disobedience to the Lord of Host who brought them out of the land of Egypt and gave them the land full of milk and honey. Lesson is, simply trust and obey the Lord The key to success in life and thereafter.
  • Deborah on 2 Kings 18
    Trust in the Lord, not the king of the land. Put away other gods including the land and this world. Trusting in the Lord will bring eternal life, instead of death.
  • KP on 2 Kings 18
    I was reading this and it says ahaz was 20 when he became king and 36 when he died. His son hezekiah was 25 when he became king. This would make Ahaz only 11 years older then his son. Note his grandfather would have been in his early 30's when he was born.

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