- 1 Why did God add 15 years to Hezekiah?
- 2 What can we learn from Hezekiah?
- 3 What did Hezekiah ask God for?
- 4 How was Hezekiah related to King David?
- 5 Who did God give 15 more years to live?
- 6 Who ask God for 15 more years?
- 7 How did Hezekiah pray?
- 8 Is Hezekiah a book in the Bible?
- 9 Why was Manasseh a bad king?
- 10 Who pleaded with God?
- 11 Who sent a letter to Hezekiah?
- 12 What was Hezekiah’s illness?
- 13 Who was King David and why was he so important?
- 14 Why is Jesus called the Son of David?
- 15 Which son of David did Jesus descend from?
Why did God add 15 years to Hezekiah?
To appease the Assyrians, Hezekiah paid King Sennacherib 300 silver talents and 30 of gold. Later, Hezekiah became seriously ill. Hezekiah reminded God of his obedience then wept bitterly. So, God healed him, adding 15 years to his life.
What can we learn from Hezekiah?
God had answered supernaturally and all king Hezekiah had to do was to allow God to bring the victory. He did not have to do anything but to have complete trust and faith in God Almighty. And in this way all glory and praise was to the LORD. Today, allow God to work in your situation.
What did Hezekiah ask God for?
Hezekiah had asked Isaiah, “What will be the sign that the LORD will heal me and that I will go up to the temple of the LORD on the third day from now?” Isaiah answered, “This is the LORD’s sign to you that the LORD will do what he has promised: Shall the shadow go forward ten steps, or shall it go back ten steps?”
Hezekiah, Hebrew Ḥizqiyya, Greek Ezekias, (flourished late 8th and early 7th centuries bc), son of Ahaz, and the 13th successor of David as king of Judah at Jerusalem.
Who did God give 15 more years to live?
According to Isaiah 38:5, Hezekiah lived another 15 years after praying to God. His son and successor, Manasseh, was born during this time: he was 12 years of age when he succeeded Hezekiah.
Who ask God for 15 more years?
The Lord allows Himself to be moved by the pleading and child-like begging of Hezekiah, and promises to give him fifteen more years of life (verses 4-5). Thus the Lord granted Hezekiah his request; the Lord allowed His own divine will to be “overruled” in favor of Hezekiah’s will.
How did Hezekiah pray?
Isaiah the prophet had the unenviable task of telling Hezekiah that he was going to die, and to set his affairs in order. Hezekiah turned his face to the wall and prayed. He shed many tears as he pleaded with God to help him. The LORD heard Hezekiah’s prayer, and saw his tears, and was not unmoved.
Is Hezekiah a book in the Bible?
Actually, there is no Biblical Book of Hezekiah, so this is an inside joke to refer to quotations that many insist are in the Christian Bible but in fact are not.
Why was Manasseh a bad king?
His story is told in 2 Chronicles 33. He was an idolater who turned against God and worshiped every kind of pagan deity. Manasseh was guilty of immorality, he practiced every conceivable evil and perversion, devoted himself to witchcraft and was a murderer; even sacrificing his sons to a pagan god.
Who pleaded with God?
Genesis 18:16-33, where Abraham pleads with God for the city of Sodom.
Who sent a letter to Hezekiah?
Now, O LORD our God, deliver us from his hand, so that all kingdoms on earth may know that you alone, O LORD, are God.” Then Isaiah son of Amoz sent a message to Hezekiah: “This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: I have heard your prayer concerning Sennacherib king of Assyria.
What was Hezekiah’s illness?
Hezekiah had a potentially fatal boil which suggests that he had bubonic plague. This also destroyed the Assyrian army threatening Jerusalem. The king made a mi- raculous recovery. Isaiah fi rst predicted that the king would die for his sin (of de- stroying the high places) but he then promised recovery.
Who was King David and why was he so important?
He founded the Judaean dynasty and united all the tribes of Israel under a single monarch. His son Solomon expanded the empire that David built. David is an important figure in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Why is Jesus called the Son of David?
He is the Son of David because Joseph, son of David, on divine command, gives him his name and so acknowledges him as his son, adopting him into his line (1:20, 25). But though it is not said in 1:1, Jesus Messiah is above all the “Son of God.”
Which son of David did Jesus descend from?
In the New Testament, the genealogy of Jesus according to the Gospel of Luke traces Jesus‘ lineage back to King David through the line of Nathan, which the Gospel of Matthew traces it through Solomon, the line of Joseph, his legal father.