Category Archives: 2Chronicles

Smart Thinking

Paranoia is just smart thinking when everybody’s against you. Heard that years ago from a colleague. Made me laugh then. Still causes me to chuckle now. And I kind of think that, overall, our culture is full of “smart thinkers.” … Continue reading

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Divine Forbearance

According to 2Kings, his reign was pretty much the straw that broke the camel’s back. Sure, there would be one more government mandated revival in Judah after him, but Manasseh’s determination to do “evil in the sight of the LORD, … Continue reading

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Under the Influence

There’s a foreboding about the summary of the reign of the kid king in 2Chronicles 24. You read the words and though they sound very familiar they don’t sound quite right. Common for the writers of Kings and Chronicles to … Continue reading

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A Funny Thing (a 2013 rerun)

Reading in 2Chronicles again this morning.  Hovering over the account of King Asa’s reign and thinking again of how easy it seems to be for those who start well to not finish so well.  That seeking the LORD now doesn’t … Continue reading

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Unholy Alliances

He might have loved her, but he couldn’t live with her. He married her, but he wouldn’t move in with her. He gave her his heart, but she couldn’t share his home. Because, though she was his honey, she wasn’t … Continue reading

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No Remedy

You’ve gotta think they just might be two of the most chilling words that could be spoken to someone or about someone . . . “No remedy.” No more healing . . . Incurable . . . Game, set, match! … Continue reading

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A King on His Face

There’s no substitute for leadership. And I’m not talking about the “do as I say” type of leadership but the “do as I do” type. You can teach . . . you can preach . . . you can provide … Continue reading

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