A study of the kings of Judah may seem somewhat less than desirable these
days. They've been dead for almost three thousand years. But they
were humans like us, and their failures and successes still have use for us.
First, we shall see their mistakes in running a nation; not all alliances are a
good idea. Next, we shall see their failings as human beings, and hope to
learn from that.
|2 Chronicles 14-16
||Asa - The life of
Asa, King of Judah - success and failure.
|2 Chronicles 18-20
- The reign of Jehoshaphat - sometimes an alliance is a
really bad idea.
|2 Chronicles 24-26
- The stories of three kings of Judah: Joash, Amaziah
1 - The story of Hezekiah's cleansing of the
Temple, calling the people to the Passover and then
cleansing the land.
2 - Concerning Hezekiah and the invasion by Sennacherib;
Hezekiah's mortal illness; the sun reversing on the steps of
Ahaz and the visit by the Babylonian ambassadors.
|2 Kings 23; 2
Life of Josiah, the last good king of Judah.