Be Distinct. Standing Firmly Against the World's Tides by Warren W. Wiersbe

By Warren W. Wiersbe

God's humans have been by no means intended to mixture in. in its place, we are known as to stick out from the gang, and turn into a beacon of wish. yet not anything dims our gentle greater than conformity, while voices that after proclaimed fact start to quietly yield to a loud international. in keeping with the books of two Kings and a pair of Chronicles, this examine deals an eye-opening examine the excessive expense of conformity, and stocks how we will remain specific from the environment.

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The End Has Come (2 Kings 23:29—25:30; 2 Chronicles 36) Notes The Big Idea An Introduction to Be Distinct by Ken Baugh Do you know that you are a unique creation of God? You are! Your fingerprints are unique to you, your heart beats at a rhythm that is unique to you, you also have unique eye and voice prints—you are distinct from anyone else in all creation. You are a unique, one-of-a-kind masterpiece! In addition to your physiological uniqueness, the Bible says that at the moment of salvation, you become a child of God (John 1:12–13) and are set apart for the work of God (1 Cor.

Three Men—Three Miracles (2 Kings 5:1—6:7) 4. The Battle Is the Lord’s (2 Kings 6:8—7:20) 5. Reaping the Harvest of Sin (2 Kings 8—9; 2 Chronicles 21:1—22:9) 6. The Sword and the Crown (2 Kings 10—11; 2 Chronicles 22:10—23:21) 7. Focusing on Faith (2 Kings 12—13; 2 Chronicles 24) 8. Nine Kings—Five Assassinations (2 Kings 14—15; 2 Chronicles 25—27) 9. A Tale of Two Kingdoms (2 Kings 16—17; 2 Chronicles 28) 10. The Making of a King—Part I (2 Kings 18:1—20:11; 2 Chronicles 29:1—31:21; 32:24–26; Isaiah 38) 11.

The book of 2 Chronicles was most likely written and read to the Israelites during their captivity in Babylon. It speaks of God’s faithfulness to forgive and restore: “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land” (2 Chron. 7:14 NIV). At the end of the seventy years of captivity, that’s exactly what God does: He brings the Israelites back to the Promised Land as a united people once again.

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