Tuesday, August 3, 2021

#REDChallenge | Week 31 | Day 215 | Tuesday, August 3, 2021 | 2 Chronicles 32-33

 #REDChallenge | Week 31 | Day 215 | Tuesday, August 3, 2021 | 2 Chronicles 32-33

2 Chronicles 32

2 Chronicles 33

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All Week 31 Readings

Day 211 | Friday, July 30, 2021 | Isaiah 54-58

Day 212 | Saturday, July 31, 2021 | Isaiah 59-63

Day 213 | Sunday, August 1, 2021 | Isaiah 64-66

Day 214 | Monday, August 2, 2021 | 2 Kings 20-21

Day 215 | Tuesday, August 3, 2021 | 2 Chronicles 32-33

Day 216 | Wednesday, August 4, 2021 | Nahum 1-3

Day 217 | Thursday, August 5, 2021 | 2 Kings 22-23; 2 Chronicles 34-35

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  1. 5‭-‬6 Hezekiah also went to work repairing every part of the city wall that was damaged, built defensive towers on it, built another wall of defense further out, and reinforced the defensive rampart (the Millo) of the old City of David. He also built up a large store of armaments—spears and shields. He then appointed military officers to be responsible for the people and got them all together at the public square in front of the city gate. Hezekiah rallied the people, saying, “Be strong! Take courage! Don’t be intimidated by the king of Assyria and his troops—there are more on our side than on their side. He only has a bunch of mere men; we have our God to help us and fight for us!” Morale surged. Hezekiah’s words put steel in their spines.
    2 Chronicles 32:6‭-‬8 MSG

  2. 20‭-‬21 King Hezekiah, joined by the prophet Isaiah son of Amoz, responded by praying, calling up to heaven. God answered by sending an angel who wiped out everyone in the Assyrian camp, both warriors and officers. Sennacherib was forced to return home in disgrace, tail between his legs. When he went into the temple of his god, his own sons killed him.
    2 Chronicles 32:20‭-‬21 MSG

  3. 24 Some time later Hezekiah became deathly sick. He prayed to God and was given a reassuring sign. 25‭-‬26 But the sign, instead of making Hezekiah grateful, made him arrogant. This made God angry, and his anger spilled over on Judah and Jerusalem. But then Hezekiah, and Jerusalem with him, repented of his arrogance, and God withdrew his anger while Hezekiah lived.
    2 Chronicles 32:24‭-‬26 MSG

  4. 11‭-‬13 Then God directed the leaders of the troops of the king of Assyria to come after Manasseh. They put a hook in his nose, shackles on his feet, and took him off to Babylon. Now that he was in trouble, he went to his knees in prayer asking for help—total repentance before the God of his ancestors. As he prayed, God was touched; God listened and brought him back to Jerusalem as king. That convinced Manasseh that God was in control.
    2 Chronicles 33:11‭-‬13 MSG