Sermons on 2 Chronicles
2 Chronicles 11:1-17 We are challenged to seek strength through obedience to Christ rather than ways that the world typically seeks strength.
2 Chronicles 16:9 The Lord looks to help those who trust Him.
2 Chronicles 16:1-9 The Lord looks to help those who trust Him.
2 Chronicles 7:10-16 The reason for many of our trials in this life is sin, so when we are faced with a trial, we should examine ourselves to see if we are in sin.
2 Chronicles 14:11 We consider how the Lord preserved the tribe of Judah at the time of king Asa, since this was the tribe through which the Messiah would come.
2 Chronicles 34 We consider what the Lord did to put the brakes on the spiritual descent of the Israelites, how He planned to raise them up again, and how these things can be useful for us today for the same purpose.
2 Chronicles 3:1; 5:1 We come to another step forward in God’s work of redemption: the building of that more permanent place of worship, the Temple. God had already given the tabernacle to His people, but it was only meant to be temporary, while they were in the wilderness.
2 Chronicles 7:13-14 Calling the church to humble itself through prayer and fasting, we look at the present state of our society. We answer the following questions: * Why does affliction come upon a nation – who sends it? * What are the ills that we increasingly face at th
2 Chronicles 7:13-14 What hope can we have that God will be merciful to us and that, in His wrath against our nation, He will remember to be merciful? Only this – that He is a gracious God and has always chosen to work mightily in the darkest times of human history, both in