2 Kings Chapter 21 Discussion

  • Sacha - In Reply on 2 Kings 21 - 3 years ago
    Dear Eric Lopez ,i know exactly what you mean ,all those people who saw the pillar of fire and the pillar of cloud and who ate the manna every day in the wilderness ,how did they not tell their children and grandchildren of these marvelous things they saw and experienced ? When i was a child in school we had some basic Bible stories and we did some Bible plays ,i know that that sort of thing hasnt happened in the u.k. for a very long time now ,unless you go to a catholic school in u.k. theres no such thing as Christian teachings ,its very sad ,stay strong Eric ,God wants you with Him .
  • Eric Lopez on 2 Kings 21 - 3 years ago
    This is very sad evil continues in the generations of Kings. How does the gracious of a King who follows the Lord pass over to the next King who does evil and worships other Gods? Bad parenting? This reminds me God's word to teach thy children of the laws of Moses at a young age. Generation to generation. Was this not done?
  • Stephen Botts on 2 Kings 21 - 4 years ago
    A Disciple, that reminds me of the saying, the same sun that melts the wax is the same sun that hardens the clay .
  • A disciple on 2 Kings 21 - 6 years ago
    Emmanuel Appew; How does one be judged by God, so that He hardens the heart; and another that He draws him with cords of love? How do some recognize and fear the high and holy calling of the Spirit of God, while others...many, will not receive Him or know Him at all? We might expect that the more someone actually sees the works of God and has access to His Word, there would be a good result. But..
  • Emmanuel appew on 2 Kings 21 - 6 years ago
    The anger of God will always be upon all those who fail to obey the rules and regulations of God the most high. again i have also seen that many of the afflictions the Israelite goes through was because they fail to obey the instructions of God.but in 2kings i will say that Manasseh was Israels problem because he the way he conducted himself as idolator and wicked king,that make him fail.
  • Glenn sodetstrom on 2 Kings 21 - 6 years ago
    56 years between Hezekiah and Josiah rule and they did not even know where the book of the law was, or what it said.
  • Abraham Christ on 2 Kings 21 - 8 years ago
    I live the prayer of Manasseh - I love the prayer of Manasseh - I pray the blessing upon me - my soul in the Lord.
  • Wendellwilliams on 2 Kings 21 - 9 years ago
    we see hear mansseh feel as he 's king nobody will question his authority he has title to his name but fail to realize that god is whatching and doesnt like what he is seeing he became very demonic anious for blood and also prison the minds of the people i believe they were fearful so they obey .wild he become prozes by demons and wizards hes being use to lead gods people astray and to mest up watch god had plan for his peopleand i believe he injeck fear to a high dishoning god and self praiseing himself and wild he was having a good time doing what he feel like cause he 's king the king of all kings had to step in he was doing to much that it cause god to take action against them an bring a dissater on the landthe king turn to worship other god nobody leading the people perish cause of his doings

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