2 Chronicles 29:1-31:1

  1. Hezekiah as king desired to reform the religious life of the nation, and worked urgently to a definite plan.
    What steps did he follow?
    Note his speed (29:3; 30:2) and his priorities (29:16-21)
  2. What evidence do you find that the Passover (chapter 30) was not merely an outward from, but signaled a genuine turning back to God?
    What signs were there of true spiritual revival?

 

Note. 30:2, 3, 13, 15. The king availed himself of the provision in the law that allowed the Passover to be kept in the second month, instead of the first (see Num. 9:10, 11), and thus avoided having to wait almost a year.