Category Archives: 2Kings

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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A Little Girl

A little girl . . . that’s how she’s described in my Bible . . . just a young girl . . . taken from her family . . . removed from her country . . . separated from the … Continue reading

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Starting With the Heart

It really is a pretty impressive list . . . but it came up short. There was no king like him in terms of his shear effort to try and power revival throughout Judah. If it was pagan . . … Continue reading

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Gehazi

You really need to wonder at what he was thinking. Gehazi was Elisha’s servant . . . the prophet’s attendant . . . where Elisha was, you’d most likely find him too. As such, he had “artist’s circle seating” for … Continue reading

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