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Pt. 2 Hezekiah: The Lord is My Strength "Hezekiah Cleans House!"

If you were becoming king of Judah at the time of King Hezekiah, what would be the first thing you would do? King Hezekiah had a plan for “cleaning things up”,  and there was no talking him out of it!!  As you watch the video, see if you can make a list of all the changes he made with the help of Yahweh in the first 100 days!

  This lesson gives me the encouragement to believe  that with God’s help, circumstances could change very quickly in our nation, too. With God, all things are possible!  That is why we must continue to pray for our nation and our leaders! There are some miracles, also, tucked into the reforms of Hezekiah. Watch carefully! See how many you can find. Let’s check in with Isaiah! 

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 Scriptures Homework!

2 Chronicles 29, 30, 31 2 Kings 18:4-7, 11, Numbers 21:4-9, John 3:14-16, 2 Chronicles 31:1, Deut 12:1-32, 1 Chronicles 24


1.What did Hezekiah do in his first 100 days?  What miracles did you note from the lesson?

2 . Why do you think Hezekiah started his reign by repairing the doors of the temple? How did this show what his priorities were? Why did he consecrate the Levites before cleansing the temple?

3.  Have you ever been a part of a church that had ‘singleness of heart?” What do you think this phrase might have meant?

4. Why was it so important that the people celebrate the Passover? Why do you think King Hezekiah insisted on inviting his brothers from the Northern Kingdom, even though they had recently been at war against Judah? What does this show about King Hezekiah?

5. How do we know that revival broke out in Jerusalem at the Passover? If we were to have a true revival now, what would be the response of the people in our day?

6. Hezekiah noted that anyone celebrating the Passover needed to be ceremonially clean. What does that mean? 

8. What might it take for you to experience spiritual revival? Your church? Your community? your nation?

9.What made Hezekiah a good king from your point of view? From God’s?


  1. Pray this prayer, and wait for an answer. Write what God tells you down in a notebook. Lord, show me who it is that I need to forgive? Then, ask God to give you a strategy how to forgive each one. Pray? Speak with them? Send them a letter or a note? Follow up with prayer as you need. This may take time. 

  1. Confess any known sin, and pledge to turn away from that sin. Pray for God’s help and resolve to do it!   Remove anything from your life or home that is causing you to stumble. Clean house! 

  1. Ask God this question, and write down the answers he gives.” Lord, show me any wrong motives, attitudes, or actions. Help me to examine them and replace them with Godly motives, attitudes and actions.” 

  1. Ask Jesus to wash your feet! Use the Christian bar of soap! “If we confess our sins, he is able to forgive us our sins, and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” You are already clean, if you are saved! Your sin is forgiven, from a positional point of view, it is finished.  But as we travel through life, our feet get dirty! God is teaching us through the Holy Spirit to present yourself as a living sacrifice that is holy and acceptable to Him! 

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