Wednesday, April 13, 2022

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan | Day 103 | Rise and Fall of Israel’s Kingdom | 2 Kings 8 – 11, Psalm 103

#22MinuteChallenge | Bible Project Reading Plan

Day 103 | Rise and Fall of Israel’s Kingdom

2 Kings 8 – 11, Psalm 103

Source: Bible Project Reading Plan

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  1. When the king asked the woman ⌞about this⌟, she told him the story. So the king assigned to her an attendant to whom he said, “Restore all that is hers, including whatever her property produced from the day she left the country until now.”
    2 Kings 8:6 GW

  2. He followed the ways of the kings of Israel, as Ahab’s family had done, because his wife was Ahab’s daughter. So he did what the Lord considered evil.
    2 Kings 8:18 GW

  3. But for David’s sake the Lord didn’t want to destroy Judah. The Lord had told David that he would always give him and his descendants a ⌞shining⌟ lamp.
    2 Kings 8:19 GW

  4. Ahaziah followed the ways of Ahab’s family. He did what the Lord considered evil, as Ahab’s family had done, because he was related to Ahab’s family by marriage.
    2 Kings 8:27 GW

  5. Jehu also killed every member of Ahab’s household who was left in Jezreel: all the most powerful men, friends, and priests. Not one of them was left.
    2 Kings 10:11 GW

  6. They destroyed the sacred stone of Baal and the temple of Baal and made it into a latrine. It is still a latrine today.
    2 Kings 10:27 GW

  7. The Lord said to Jehu, “You did what I consider right, and you did it well. You did everything I wanted done to Ahab’s family. That is why four generations of your descendants will sit on the throne of Israel.” But Jehu didn’t wholeheartedly obey the teachings of the Lord God of Israel. He didn’t turn away from the sins that Jeroboam led Israel to commit.
    2 Kings 10:30‭-‬31 GW

  8. Joash was seven years old when he began to rule.
    2 Kings 11:21 GW

  9. Praise the Lord, my soul! Praise his holy name, all that is within me. Praise the Lord, my soul, and never forget all the good he has done: He is the one who forgives all your sins, the one who heals all your diseases, the one who rescues your life from the pit, the one who crowns you with mercy and compassion, the one who fills your life with blessings so that you become young again like an eagle.
    Psalms 103:1‭-‬5 GW

  10. As high as the heavens are above the earth— that is how vast his mercy is toward those who fear him. As far as the east is from the west— that is how far he has removed our rebellious acts from himself.
    Psalms 103:11‭-‬12 GW

  11. As a father has compassion for his children, so the Lord has compassion for those who fear him. He certainly knows what we are made of. He bears in mind that we are dust.
    Psalms 103:13‭-‬14 GW

  12. But from everlasting to everlasting, the Lord’s mercy is on those who fear him. His righteousness belongs to their children and grandchildren, to those who are faithful to his promise, to those who remember to follow his guiding principles.
    Psalms 103:17‭-‬18 GW

  13. The Lord has set his throne in heaven. His kingdom rules everything.
    Psalms 103:19 GW