2 Chronicles Chapter 24 Discussion

  • Toluwanimi on 2 Chronicles 24 - 1 year ago
    Awesome and good
  • Mark Valesano on 2 Chronicles 24:16 - 1 year ago
    Sach. I'm not sure what congregation would not allow those in occupational fields of risks and personal safety (police officers and military personnel) to be a part of their fellowship. Is there a biblical reference for this standard to be applied? Do you or your fellowship consider these and the others in your post (prison officers, debt collectors or politicians) lost causes? I'm not trying to pick a fight, just wondering where the biblical narrative is that would support such a position. Have a good day...
  • S Spencer - In Reply on 2 Chronicles 24:16 - 3 years ago
    Hi Eric,

    They keep turning back to what they came out of,

    to what was natural to them.

    They were being commanded to turn from their natural, sinful, fallen nature, but they couldn't, just like we can't.

    The heart of man is incurable.

    But keep reading, There's help on the way!!!
  • Sach - In Reply on 2 Chronicles 24:16 - 3 years ago
    Oh Eric ! You have hit the nail on the head ! The desire to have power over others is a very dangerous trait that many of us have at one time or another in our lives ,in my congregation we are not permitted to be police officers ,prison officers ,debt collectors ,military personel or in volved in politics at any level ,power corrupts and we are all susceptable to sin so we must be aware of our own weekness and keep out of situations that might encourage our sinfull nature to get the better of us ,Jesus had sooo much power but he was always gentle ,always thinking of his followers safety ,i believe that was one of the reasons he would tell people he had healed not to go around broadcasting it ,he was afraid the Jewish elders would target those who he had healed and he was right ! The Jewish PRIESTS priests ! Wanted to kill Lazarus ! We need to know our own faults and weeknesses in order to keep out of situations in life where we might succumb to them .
  • Eric Lopez on 2 Chronicles 24:16 - 3 years ago
    It's funny how quickly they turn to evil and not hearken to the prophet who warned them. I wonder if it is like if someone would win the lottery and that itself would change the person? Power that changes one?
  • Annysia on 2 Chronicles 24:16 - 4 years ago
    This chapter shows the rise and fall of what could have been a great ruler. But because he removed the Lord from his life and ignored what the prophets told him, he and his kingdom were punished. Not only did another kingdom wage war upon his, but Joash ended up being assassinated by his servants. This really taught me that without allowing your actions to be guided by His teachings, everything you have done will amount to next to nothing.
  • M on 2 Chronicles 24 - 9 years ago
    This scripture is empowering of The Lords word is alive.
  • Peter on 2 Chronicles 24:16 - 10 years ago
    The man to whom this passage of the bible refers,
    Should be an good example to us all...
    Follow the teachings of The Lord as revealed in the bible

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