Monday, April 18, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 108 | Rise and Fall of Israel’s Kingdom | 2 Kings 23 – 25, Psalm 108

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 108 | Rise and Fall of Israel’s Kingdom

2 Kings 23 – 25, Psalm 108

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. The king stood beside the pillar and made a promise to the Lord that he would follow the Lord and obey his commands, instructions, and laws with all his heart and soul. He confirmed the terms of the promise written in this book. And all the people joined in the promise.
    2 Kings 23:3 GW

  2. The king ordered all the people to celebrate the Passover for the Lord their God as it is written in this Book of the Promise. The Passover had never been celebrated like this during the time of the judges who governed Israel or during the entire time of the kings of Israel and Judah. But in the eighteenth year of King Josiah’s reign, this Passover was celebrated in Jerusalem for the Lord.
    2 Kings 23:21‭-‬23 GW

  3. No king before Josiah had turned to the Lord with all his heart, soul, and strength, as directed in Moses’ Teachings. No other ⌞king⌟ was like Josiah.
    2 Kings 23:25 GW

  4. Without a doubt, this happened to Judah because the Lord had commanded it to happen. He wanted to remove the people of Judah from his sight because of Manasseh’s sins—everything he had done, including the innocent blood he had shed. He had a lot of innocent people in Jerusalem killed, and the Lord refused to forgive him.
    2 Kings 24:3‭-‬4 GW

  5. On the twenty-seventh day of the twelfth month of the thirty-seventh year of the imprisonment of King Jehoiakin of Judah, King Evil Merodach of Babylon, in the first year of his reign, freed King Jehoiakin of Judah from prison. He treated him well and gave him a special position higher than the other kings who were with him in Babylon. Jehoiakin no longer wore prison clothes, and he ate his meals in the king’s presence as long as he lived. The king of Babylon gave him a daily food allowance as long as he lived.
    2 Kings 25:27‭-‬30 GW

  6. My heart is confident, O God. I want to sing and make music even with my soul.
    Psalms 108:1 GW

  7. I want to give thanks to you among the people, O Lord. I want to make music to praise you among the nations because your mercy is higher than the heavens. Your truth reaches the skies.
    Psalms 108:3‭-‬4 GW

  8. Give us help against the enemy because human assistance is worthless. With God we will display great strength. He will trample our enemies.
    Psalms 108:12‭-‬13 GW