2 Kings Chapter 24 Discussion



 
  • David on 2 Kings 24
    The king and the people continued to sin against the Lord God and refused to heed to the dictates of the Lord through the Prophets of God.

    It is our usual way to tempt God in our evil heart when things are going well as we want it. We forget the care and protection that the Lord has blessed us with. The prosperity and might that was ours when we were in right relationship with our God and Savior.

    Lord, many are going to eternity without you in their heart. They do not understand the fate that awaits them. I stand in the gap for those who intentionally and with malice - deliberately blaspheme you and teach others to do the same. I pray Lord for those who ignorantly go against Your Love and condemn themselves because they have fallen prey to the works of the devil. Let them see through the lies of the devil, and receive the Lord Jesus Christ as their Savior, and there by be at your side and enjoy the blessings, benefits, and peace for all eternity.

    Thank you Lord for being slow to anger, and patience to our hardened hearts. Let us as your people rise up and seek the lost and plant the seed, and water it that you may give the increase. I ask for wisdom in our prayers that we may glorify you. Thank you for answering my prayers and the prayers of the saints because of your righteousness and mercies.

    Bless the President and all those in authority over us. Help us to teach the next generation the things of God. Open the eyes and heart of the lost to the salvation of the Lord Jesus Christ our Savior. Thank you Lord for your promises and the blessings you have given to us as we await your coming. September 4, 2021.
  • Annysia on 2 Kings 24
    Jehoiakim is an example of a leader who does not have God in mind when he does his actions. Jehoiakim's people were arrogant in thinking that God was on their side, but because He knew they were not repentant, he did not support their cause to become an independent kingdom. From then on, more and more evil kings ruled Jerusalem that believed only in false prophets.

    This chapter tells us that without God guiding you in your actions and listening only in what you want to hear, nothing good will come out of it.
  • Jeffie on 2 Kings 24
    God finally fulfilled the prophecy and destroyed Jerusalem and carried everybody back to Jerusalem.


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