This post is to bring to readers’ attention a post I did years ago on Kings Hezekiah and Manasseh of the ancient biblical Kingdom of Judah. Since I wrote it years ago, I think many newer visitors to my blog may not have seen this post. It offers new perspectives on the reigns of Kings Hezekiah and Manasseh. How could Hezekiah be such a good king in most people’s assessment of him and King Manasseh, his son, have turned out so badly? In my perspective, the Bible does give us the answer, but one needs to read “between the lines” to see it. This post also offers a warning to our modern nations, and why our need for national repentance is growing increasingly urgent.

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Modern Lessons from Kings Hezekiah and Manasseh

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