Hezekiah

Hezekiah

 
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  • But the people were silent and did not answer because Hezekiah had told them not to speak. - Isaiah 36:21


  • Then Eliakim son of Hilkiah, the palace administrator, Shebna the court secretary, and Joah son of Asaph, the royal historian, went back to Hezekiah. They tore their clothes in despair, and they went in to see the king and told him what the Assyrian representative had said. - Isaiah 36:22


  • When King Hezekiah heard their report, he tore his clothes and put on sackcloth and went into the Temple of the LORD to pray. - Isaiah 37:1


  • They told him, "This is what King Hezekiah says: This is a day of trouble, insult, and disgrace. It is like when a child is ready to be born, but the mother has no strength to deliver it. - Isaiah 37:3


  • After King Hezekiah's officials delivered the king's message to Isaiah, - Isaiah 37:5


  • Soon afterward King Sennacherib received word that King Tirhakah of Ethiopia* was leading an army to fight against him. Before leaving to meet the attack, he sent this message back to Hezekiah in Jerusalem:1 - Isaiah 37:9


  • "This message is for King Hezekiah of Judah. Don't let this God you trust deceive you with promises that Jerusalem will not be captured by the king of Assyria. - Isaiah 37:10


  • After Hezekiah received the letter and read it, he went up to the LORD's Temple and spread it out before the LORD. - Isaiah 37:14


  • And Hezekiah prayed this prayer before the LORD: - Isaiah 37:15


  • Then Isaiah son of Amoz sent this message to Hezekiah: "This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: This is my answer to your prayer concerning King Sennacherib of Assyria. - Isaiah 37:21


  • Then Isaiah said to Hezekiah, "Here is the proof that the LORD will protect this city from Assyria's king. This year you will eat only what grows up by itself, and next year you will eat what springs up from that. But in the third year you will plant crops and harvest them; you will tend vineyards and eat their fruit. - Isaiah 37:30


  • About that time Hezekiah became deathly ill, and the prophet Isaiah son of Amoz went to visit him. He gave the king this message: "This is what the LORD says: Set your affairs in order, for you are going to die. You will not recover from this illness." - Isaiah 38:1


  • When Hezekiah heard this, he turned his face to the wall and prayed to the LORD, - Isaiah 38:2


  • "Go back to Hezekiah and tell him, `This is what the LORD, the God of your ancestor David, says: I have heard your prayer and seen your tears. I will add fifteen years to your life, - Isaiah 38:5


  • When King Hezekiah was well again, he wrote this poem about his experience: - Isaiah 38:9


  • Isaiah had said to Hezekiah's servants, "Make an ointment from figs and spread it over the boil, and Hezekiah will recover." - Isaiah 38:21


  • And Hezekiah had asked, "What sign will prove that I will go to the Temple of the LORD three days from now?" - Isaiah 38:22
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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