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What's Your Source Of Confidence (Part 2)

As King Hezekiah looked out beyond the walls of protected Jerusalem, he knew the odds were against him as the massive Assyrian army surrounded the little city. During the days of Hezekiah no more than 10,000 people inhabited Jerusalem, and yet Hezekiah looked out over a sea of 185,000 Assyrian soldiers waiting for the word from their king to ransack Jerusalem.

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What's Your Source of Confidence (Part 1)

King Hezekiah, whose name means “the Lord strengthens,” pleased the Lord in most everything he did as king. He tore down high places (false places of worship), and refocused the Temple in Jerusalem as the prime location to worship God. Hezekiah was doing everything right! Finally, a king in Judah whose eyes were focused on pleasing the Lord.

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God Will Not Forsake His People [AUDIO]

I recently had a chance to speak with Pastor Neil Tomba of Northwest Bible Church on Psalm 94 "God will not forsake His people" (Ps. 94:14). In a world full of anti-Israel sentiments and anti-Semitism we examine events happening around the world and Israel in light of all the Scriptures tell us.

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