Category Archives: 2Kings

Windows in Heaven

Situation? Desperate. Famine followed by siege. Even when they could freely leave the city walls, there was so little food in the fields. It was so bad, in fact, that even donkey heads and dove’s dung were only accessible to … Continue reading

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Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem

Done! Time to finish the job. It had already been over tens years since the city was captured and the people carted off into captivity (2Kings 24:10-17). Over ten years since all the treasures and all the vessels of gold … Continue reading

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He Trusted

His name literally means “Jehovah is my strength.” It’s one thing to be named something like that, it’s quite another to actually believe it. But as I’m reading in 2Kings 18 and 19 this morning that’s exactly what Hezekiah did, … Continue reading

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Royal Grace

Finished up 2Kings this morning. Kind of sad when you pause and reflect how what had started out so well with the promises of God, ended up so bleakly with the prisons of Assyria and Babylon. Talk about your roller … Continue reading

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A Current Truth

It wasn’t that they deserved it. Nor that they were going to get their act together and, perhaps, some day deserve it. But it was because of another . . . and the promise made to him . . . … Continue reading

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Windows in Heaven

The situation was desperate. Samaria had been besieged by the king of Syria (2Kings 6:24). Nobody gets out of the city. Nobody gets in. More importantly, nothing gets in. Not food . . . not water . . . nor … Continue reading

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That Which Is Not Seen

In two of my readings this morning, someone was told to not be afraid. One was in the Old Testament, the other in the New. Separated by centuries and with very different circumstances at play, the bottom line was similar … Continue reading

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