Believe in His Prophets – 2Chronicles 20:20

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Believe in His Prophets – 2Chronicles 20:20

It is virtuous to believe in God’s prophets. It is not always easy to believe in the prophets. Sometimes the prophets were commissioned to deliver harsh words of rebuke. Messages that expose corruption, hypocrisy and that upset the apple-cart of spiritual complacency. People like to think that their understanding of spirituality is complete and refined and these same people like to judge themselves favorably according to their own spiritual standards. The prophets were sent to destroy the self-delusion of these people who were so self-satisfied.

Sometimes the prophets were sent by God to encourage the people to take a course of action that may seem completely illogical from a human perspective. The prophets often encouraged Israel to abandon fear and plans of self-defense and to place all of their trust in God. It was not easy to accept these messages that were delivered…

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One Response to Believe in His Prophets – 2Chronicles 20:20

  1. junzey says:

    It is so true, dear Rabbi, that the messages from the prophets were messages from God, not easily received, but for our good to see the errors of our ways. All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work. May we all put our trust in God, and in His Word, especially during these dark and difficult times

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