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Chuck Smith :: Sermon Notes for 2 Chronicles 33

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Intro: Illustration of God's abundant grace to sinners.
A. He had sinned against the light and his early education.
1. Father Hezekiah a godly king.
2. He sought to build up what his father had torn down.
a. Set up idols.
3. Some of the worst sinners were once exposed to the light.
a. Those who go wrong after good training are the greatest enemies of God.
1. Marx, Lenin, Freud and other of the notable God hating athesists had early exposure.
B. He was a bold sinner.
1. When he set up an idol, did not seek to hide it in some obscure place.
a. Put it right in the temple of God.
2. Not the type to curse under his breath.
3. He would insult God to his face.
4. Give me a coward and you have given me nothing.
5. He's the kind that you would despair of his ever being saved.
C. He led others into sin. vs. 9.
1. Being king, he had great influence.
2. He led the ranks in the rebellion against God.
3. There are those today who are active in their fight against God.
a. Not content to go to hell alone, they would drag others with them.
b. Teachers who seek to deliberately destroy a child's faith.
D. He forced his children into evil practices.
1. Some type of perverted mind. vs. 6.
a. Introduce own children to drugs or alcohol - think it funny to see own child stagger around drunk at age 2.
b. You had just as well give them rattlesnakes as pets.
c. Though children followed him in sin, did not follow in repentance.
E. Sought to destroy the servants of God.
1. Record in Kings "shed much innocent blood."
2. Isa.?
A. That is an unbeliever in Jehovah God.
1. Every man is a believer in something.
2. You say you can't buy the idea that God created all things - "that too incredible."
a. Then tell me how did it all get here?
b. You are a greater believer than I - far more credulous to be sure.
** c. You ask me how this building got here.
B. Why was he an unbeliever?
1. The life he desired opposed to God He wanted to live in flesh indulgences "Molech."
2. He was proud.
a. Read the Bible account of creation to a child and he can understand and believe.
b. You mean I am to believe what that child believes? I have to believe God's word?
A. God brought about circumstances.
1. King of Assyria came against Jerusalem.
2. Took Manasseh among the thorns, bound him with fetters, carried him to Babylon.
B. Vs. 12,13... In affliction sought Jehovah the God of his father.
1. Early training came back - always there.
C. He came back a changed man. - vs.15
Sermon Notes for 2 Chronicles 33 ← Prior Section
Sermon Notes for 2 Chronicles 33:11-13 Next Section →
Sermon Notes for 1 Chronicles 2:7 ← Prior Book
Sermon Notes for Ezra 1:1,2 Next Book →

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