Something I Noticed After Studying 2nd Chronicles…

I just recently finished a study of 2nd Chronicles. I noticed that, when it talks about Manasseh’s life, it says he was an exceptionally wicked king, but he repented of his wickedness in exile. It also says that, after he repented, the people of Judah were still sacrificing in high places, though their sacrifice was to God. It also said that, before his repentance, he was the one leading Judah into sin. I can’t help but think that, seeing that sin going on after his own repentance, knowing that he led the Jews into abominations and sins, he felt terrible. I think we can all imagine feeling that way over seeing the negative impact we might have on others, and I know I’ve seen that impact in my own life. That’s why I pray that the Lord uses me to make a positive impact in the world, however I can…

David Miller (15)

The Lord has laid on my heart the ministry of a street chaplain. I've lived all over this country. I love God and this fellowship. My ministry can be found at angelsofhope2008.wixsite.com/mysite

7 thoughts on “Something I Noticed After Studying 2nd Chronicles…”

  1. Yet I am by faith locked to believe that if the United States of America would faithfully follow through with 2nd chronicles 7:14 maybe our suffering would end due to our repentance and following faithfully the requirements God gave us in that scripture of his Holy Word.

    • I agree that we could all do with some extra repentance and seeking of the Lord, and I'd like to add that many countries experience hardships because of the people in power or the way things work in them. That's why I'm so glad that the Lord's coming is surely soon, and He will end evil, once and for all

  2. Yet I am by faith locked in believe that if the United States of America would faithfully follow through with 2nd chronicles 7:14 maybe our suffering would end due to our repentance and following faithfully the requirements God gave us in that scripture of his Holy Word.

  3. I have recently been accepted by NACM this week. Found your post David today and was reminded of my visit I had earlier today with long time family friend. Today during my visit we spoke how we would like to spend more time with and reach our immediate close family members, long time family friends that visited each others homes for many decades and many today still gather. We culturally indulged in common festive ways, being that today our minds and hearts since being transformed in Christ we know longer enjoy. In our conversation we talked about how we influenced the younger generation to indulge in the same carnal matter. We can see the distance and separation we put in them having a relationship with God, because of our sinful and carnal selves. Today I ask God that however He can use me to bring them closer to Him thru or commitment in serving and living for Him, with the hopes to see them walk with God and know Jesus as their savior and Lord.

    Thank you for sharing and reminding us of 2 chronicles

  4. I just recently read that as part of my daily study, I used to contemplate on people I lead into sin and wondered if they had been saved, so what I did was repent and then prayed for the them. I pray that the Lord would give them a new heart and a new spirit and wipe a way the stains of sin in Yeshua Jesus name amen.

    I also am very thankful to Elohim that there is therefore now no condemnation to those which are in Christ Jesus, who walk Not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. Romans 8:1

    • Well said. He has cast our sins as far as the East is from the West. That was in a psalm. He promises us that our sins, once red as crimson and scarlet, will be made as white as snow and wool. His sacrifice paid for it all

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