Sermons on 2 Chronicles

Sermons on 2 Chronicles

2 Chronicles 36 – The Fall Of Jerusalem

Our study in 2 Chronicles comes to an end with the steady decline of the spiritual condition of Judah. They eventually are defeated and taken captive to Babylon. But the book ends with great hope! God is not done with Israel and He’s not done with any of us!

2 Chronicles 29:31-30:27 – Passover Protocol

We see the continued reforms by Hezekiah as he sends out word throughout all Israel to join together to celebrate the Passover for the first time in a long time. It makes a great difference when we remember the work of God in our lives and take time to worship Him.

2 Chronicles 28 – A Nation Exalted Or Expired?

Solomon said that righteousness exalts a nation. But we look at the reverse of that in this chapter as we see the wickedness of king Ahaz and the effect of that in Judah. We discuss how that parallels with our nation and how we are to respond.

2 Chronicles 26-27 – Uzziah’s Pride

King Uzziah begins well in his reign, but soon began to think he was the reason for his success. He became prideful and overstepped his boundaries. And the Lord had to deal with Him by some interesting means. It’s a reminder for us that God is our strength, and He should get all the glory for all we do.

2 Chronicles 25 – Having A Loyal Heart

King Amaziah comes on to the scene and it says he did what was right in the sight of the Lord, but not with a loyal heart. And that made all the difference in the world. He was led into compromise and eventually puffed up with pride. A divided heart will lead you into unnecessary trouble.

2 Chronicles 21-22 – Two Kings And A Queen

Jehoram and then Ahaziah reign in Judah and they continue to carry out wickedness and suffer in the process. And then Ahaziah’s mother, Athaliah, steps to the throne after wiping out all but one of her grandchildren. Ruthless practices that will not bring about any kind of blessing or benefit.