- “The land enjoyed its Sabbath
rests; all the time of its desolation it rested . . .” – 2 Chronicles
36:21. And, the fact that at the close of this chapter Cyrus, king of
Persia, promises that the Temple will be rebuilt in Jerusalem with his
- Over and over in this
chapter the phrase, “he did evil in the eyes of the Lord” is repeated for
one king after another. The fact of the matter is that it did not matter
what the people thought of their king. The only opinion poll that mattered
was the one that polled only one respondent – the Lord!
- Zedekiah refused to listen
to the prophet Jeremiah.
- No matter how evil we are the Lord is always looking for ways to redeem us. He is always sending His messengers to point the way toward righteousness.
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
2 Chronicles 36
Study 21 – 2 Chronicles 36