2 Kings Chapter 23 Discussion



 
  • Eric Lopez on 2 Kings 23
    These kings are sounding like a broken record. And he did evil...reigned for so and so years.

    Why would the King of Egypt replace King Jehoahaz for his other brother Eliakim if they both did evil? Maybe next chapter will explain.
  • Chris - in Reply on 2 Kings 23
    2 Kings 23:1 doesn't have that phrase in there - maybe you're thinking of verses 4 & 5. If so, the 'host of heaven' meant the sun, moon, planets & stars that Judah began worshipping. They had gone away from the Lord & behaved as the heathen around them did, worshipping in the groves & burning incense to Baal.
  • Jacqueline Collier on 2 Kings 23
    who is considered the "Host of Heaven" 2 Kings 23 chap first verse
  • Anne on 2 Kings 23
    Josiah did what he had to do to commit to the commandments of God. We should do our part in the Kingdom of God and leave the rest to God.
  • Irene123 on 2 Kings 23
    I think that Josiah who was raised with filth and idolatry actually turned to the truth of God's word when FIRST confronted with it!!! It's so beautiful, but so 'almost' unbelievable. I wasn't raised with anything, but I knew there was a 'god' somewhere - wasn't there .....? I was an 'empty vessel'. Then, at age 27 He began filling me with His truth. I had nothing to compare it to, as Josiah did.
  • really powerful verse and chapter on REFORM....
  • Elizabeth on 2 Kings 23
    It is a great thing that king Josiah served the Lord and was favored.that should be a very good example to all of us as a christian.
  • Prosper onyemaechi on 2 Kings 23
    King josiah is a king of diginity nd a man of excellent behaviour that every body has to emmulate.every higher ground international school student shuld knw that it is good to live a life of purity.
  • OLUWATISE on 2 Kings 23
    I PRAY DAT IN THE NAME OF THE ALMIGTHY GOD U N I WIL NOT SERVE A MAN MADE god IN NAME OF JESUS AMEN
  • Okonkwo Agnes on 2 Kings 23
    King Josiah set his heart to serve the Lord and the Lord prospered him, also as believers, we should always desire to please the Lord at all times in spite of perscution, trials, etc. Again, what ever God says he will do, he must surely do it even as it happended when Josiah destroyed all the images in the temple.


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