SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON HEZEKIAH

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HEZEKIAH SERMON OUTLINES

by Daniel Rodgers

Hezekiah was 25 years old when he became Judah's 13th king. You will remember that Israel had been divided since the death of King Solomon. Ten tribes had followed Jeroboam, and two tribes: Judah and Benjamin, had followed Rehoboam, Solomon's son. Worse than their division, as bad as it was, was their rejection of God...

by Ernest Easley

It's good to be back on the campus of Southwestern Seminary. I know that when I am here, that I am among friends. And I thank God for our President ... Dr. Hemphil, as he continues to lead our school and students to be Bible-believing, Bible-preaching, soul winners! Well, if you have your Bible with you this morning, join me in the Old Testament book of 2 Kings...

by Robert Walker

The longtime missionary to Zaire is still living today and loves to tell this story. "A mother at our mission station died after giving birth to a premature baby. We tried to improvise an incubator to keep the infant alive, but the only hot water bottle we had was beyond repair. So we asked the children to pray for the baby and for her sister. One of the girls responded, 'Dear...

by Jeff Strite

We often get the impression that when we belong to God, the road will be smooth. Kind of like getting in our car and driving down a superhighway with no obstacles in sight. But in reality, life with God is often more like the roads we encounter around here...

by Jesse Hendley

We are going to take up today the study of a marvelous man, one of the greatest men in God's blessed history. You know, we have what we call profane history, and then spiritual history. It is wonderful to come to the Bible and see the history God has written down. What a wonderful man was Hezekiah! The other day in my devotionals I was reading the passage...

by Dennis Marquardt

While revival is a wonderful time of bliss and returning to God, it is not just a time of ease! Returning to God means Rebelling against the Enemy! A time of revival does not take us out of battle; it puts us energized into battle! In this sense a revival is a time of refreshing in the Spirit and resisting Satan! Revivals don't end our problems, nor eliminate...

by J.D. Greear

Well, what really happened "next" with Hezekiah? It's really interesting, and really instructive for us…because how Hezekiah's life turns out after a great start, shows us the potential our lives can have-both for good and bad. 2 Kings 19-20:2 Kings 19 records the story of the greatest battle that never happened. Sennacherib was the wicked king of Assyria...(worst name: snack of ribs). Assyria, which he ruled, was also really...

by Jerry Vines

Second Chronicles 29, beginning with verse 1, introduces us to this Old Testament Bible character, Hezekiah. He began to reign when he was five and twenty years old. He reigned 29 years in Jerusalem. His mother's name was Abijah, the daughter of Zechariah. God used King Hezekiah to lead one of the greatest revivals ever recorded for us in the Old Testament times. It was also a result of the...

by Joe Alain

Sickness and the suffering that accompanies it is universal. All of us are touched by sickness either directly or indirectly. Sickness happens because we live in a fallen world (cf. Rom. 8:18-ff.). We know people who are hurting. Each week we hear of family members and friends dealing with illnesses. Our prayer lists seem to get longer...

by Clarence E. Macartney

In one of our bookstores, looking for a New Year greeting card, I picked up a card with this wish printed on it: ''May the New Year bring to you nothing but laughter and sunshine.'' I gathered up some of the cards, intending to purchase them; but upon second thought, I left them and chose others. Could I really wish for my friends that the year would bring to them nothing but sunshine...