Day 214 – Chronological Study

Today’s reading: 2 Kings 20-21

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What did you learn about God?

What did you learn about yourself?

What did you learn about life?

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4 comments
Taylor Knock
Taylor Knock

Great scripture. Shows the true power of prayer. If I really understood that power I would ask for the faith to follow Him to whatever end.

Shannon Heiling
Shannon Heiling

INSIGHT: It pleases God for us to be able to look back on our lives and say we have lived with God as the single and main focus. 2 KINGS 20:3

Kay Fekete
Kay Fekete

Interesting how Hezekiah's attitude towards God seemed to change after God spared him for another 15 years. And in that time Manasseh was born and was an evil king and left the throne to another evil king...

Greg Surratt
Greg Surratt

INSIGHT - I wonder what we'd ask for if we really knew the power of our prayers? 2 Kings 20:1-5 (NLT)

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