God finally removed Judah from His sight. This was because of their stubborn disobedience to God's ways and direction. Despite the blessing He had poured out upon Israel
After centuries of deliberate sin, God delivered on His promise to cast Judah away.
King Josiah turned the nation back to God, but the Lord's wrath still burned over centuries of sin.
King Josiah brought about national repentance and "pulverized" the objects of wickedness before the Lord. After reading God's word and instructions in righteous living before Him.
Despite all his flaws, Hezekiah's prayers were answered by God.
Israel's continual sin got to a point where God removed them from His sight.
King Ahaz was so wicked, that he was rejected of royalty.
Can you recognize the pattern of repeated sin in the Kings of Israel? Take a walk with Pastor Ray through chapter 15 to identify this unfortunate history.
King Joash was given a promise of victory, - but - would he trust it?
"It was time for the Lord to take out some bad kings." Pastor Ray Jensen. Join Pastor Ray as he reviews why the events of 2 Kings chapter 9 took…