Category Archives: 2Chronicles

Turning Back to God

God’s love is so great he can forgive our worst sins: turn to God, he forgives! We aren’t free from consequences, though. Restoration is about our relationship with God. We may bear the impacts and scars of our sin for … Continue reading

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Humble Turning Toward God’s Face

Today we learn from King Solomon’s dream. The Lord spoke to him and laid four things before him: be humble, pray, seek God’s face, and turn from wicked ways. If we do these things, God will hear from heaven, bring … Continue reading

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Exile, Surrender, and Restoration

Today we learn that if we won’t listen to God’s voice, we can expect his close attention… Even if you do suffer exile in your relationship with God, though, if you are willing to completely surrender, God will eventually move … Continue reading

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Avoiding Exile

When the people of God stop listening to the voice of God, they are looking to experience the discipline of God. How’s your heart for God? Is he trying to tell you something? Humble yourself. Listen to God. Trust in … Continue reading

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Josiah’s Last Fight

Even when we are on a spiritual high we are at risk of falling to poor decisions, pride, and temptation – maybe more so…. Josiah’s revival was perhaps the greatest revival in the Old Testament. And then he puffed out … Continue reading

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Tolerating Poor Leadership

King Amon picked up the bad parts and not the godly parts of his father’s life and example. Pride is one of those habits or heart conditions which seems to act like a trump card, and we see today that … Continue reading

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Pay Attention

King Manasseh was bent on turning his own way. In fact, he led the people of Judah to do more evil than all the pagan nations around them. Then, when God spoke to them, they paid no attention. It took … Continue reading

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