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  • Teri
    Everytime i read this passage i just tremble. How Hezekiah seemed to self concerned to really understand what he had done? I have heard we are most vulnerable after a mountaintop experience but this is devastating to read about.
  • Paul
    Yes Hezekiah did do the wrong thing,but not what you think,ISAIAH was upset because he told the enemy who the true creator was,all his house all his ritchers was the knowledge of the Father and that knowledge would be hidden from future generations by the king of Babylon,don't cast you pearls before swine
  • Teri
    wow, i like that interpretation! thanks so much for the insight. GBU
  • LINDA L. DUFFANY
    " I BELIEVE " HEZEKIAH BECAME " PRiDEFUL , BOASTING ON WHAT GOD HAD BLESSED HIM WITH..." BUT DID NOT GIVE GOD THE " PRAISE " GLORY-
  • Grace
    What a joy reading your site on line each day. I think verse 8 should be The word of the LORD is good.
  • Molly Garrett
    It is often said, "Don't let your right hand know what your left hand is doing". Sadly, Hezekiah set himself up to be invaded by his own enemy whom he perceived not to be. We need the wisdom of God to keep ourselves from all our enemies -- natural and supernatural. More so because the enemy is going to and fro in the earth, seeking whom he may devour!
  • Andrew
    In verse 8 we see Hezekiah submission to the will of God.


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