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Notes for Isaiah Chapter 39

Isaiah 39:1-2 Merodachbaladan king of Babylon sent his messengers to comfort (or his spies to spy on) Hezekiah king of Judah because of his last sickness, and Hezekiah showed them pretty much everything he had. Isaiah 39:3-7 Isaiah came and

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Notes for Isaiah Chapter 38

Isaiah 38:1-3 Hezekiah king of Judah got really sick and Isaiah prophesied that he will die, but Hezekiah began crying and praying really hard to God.

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Notes for Isaiah Chapter 37

Isaiah 37:1-4 When Hezekiah heard Rabshakeh’s insulting message he humbly sent his servants to Isaiah so that he would pray about this issue to God. Isaiah 37:5-7 Isaiah’s prophecy against Assyrians.

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Notes for Isaiah Chapter 36

Isaiah 36:1-3 Since some Assyrian servants and army came close to Jerusalem, Hezekiah king of Judah sent out some of his servants to find out what’s going on or possibly discus a peace agreement. Isaiah 36:4-21 The communication between Assyrians

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 32

2nd Chronicles 32:1-8 When Sennacherib invaded the land of Judah, Hezekiah rebuilt and fortified some places and encouraged his people to trust in the Lord. 2nd Chronicles 32:9-19 Sennacherib’s (king of Assyria) disrespectful letters and speeches toward God and Hezekiah.

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 31

2nd Chronicles 31:1 The people of Judah and many Israelites went and destroyed the idols and the idolatry places which were in their own land. 2nd Chronicles 31:2-4 Hezekiah officially reestablished (or encouraged) his and people’s shares and offerings to

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 30

2nd Chronicles 30:1-9 Hezekiah decided to celebrate the Passover, so he sent messengers throughout all Israel and Judah to call people over for the celebration event. 2nd Chronicles 30:10-14 Some Israelites laughed at Hezekiah’s messengers but many did humble themselves

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 29

2nd Chronicles 29:1-2 Hezekiah reigned righteously over Judah for 29 years. 2nd Chronicles 29:3-11 In the first month of his reign Hezekiah reopened God’s temple and asked the priests and the Levites to restart their God-given duties. 2nd Chronicles 29:12-17

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Notes for 2nd Kings Chapter 20

2nd Kings 20:1-7 Hezekiah’s sickness, weeping, and recovery.

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Notes for 2nd Kings Chapter 19

2nd Kings 19:1-5 After Hezekiah heard Rabshakeh’s (Assyrian king’s servant) message, he humbly sent some messengers to Isaiah to find out God’s word regarding this issue. 2nd Kings 19:6-7 God’s prophecy against an Assyrian king (Sennacherib).

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