Book of 2 kings

Book of 2 kings

Opens with Elijah being carried to heaven _ the destination awaiting those who follow God and are faithful to God. But the book ends with people of Judah being carried off to pagañ lands as humiliating slaves _ the result of failing to follow God and not being faithful to Him.

240 Days Bible Reading Table for 2 Kings:




Reading Date


2 Kings 1 to 4

Final Days of Elijah, Miracles in Elisha's Life, Waters were Healed, Elijah Taken Up to Heaven 

30th December 2019


2 Kings 5 to 8

Childlike faith from Israel led the Syrian commander, Naaman’s Leprosy Healed, God can Use Anyone, God of Supernatural

31st December 2019


2 Kings 9 to 11

Waiting in obedience, Disobedience Up-close, SILVER & GOLD: Am I like an ELISHA or a GEHAZI 

1st January 2020


2 Kings 12 to 16

Lord heard Jehoahaz prayer, Israelite Kings, Jehoash Repairs the Temple, Comfortless Comforters, Elisha's Bones 

2nd January 2020


2 Kings 17 to 19

Holiness Is Not Heriditary, Fearing God and serving, No Halfway Measures, Doing Evil in the Eyes of the Lord

3rd January 2020


2 Kings 20 to 23

Natural Health Remedies, Warrior is a Child, Put Your House in Order, Merciful and Constant Love, Youth corner- The secret of King Josiah 

4th January 2020


2 Kings 24 and 25

Ruins and New Foundations, Responding to blessings, Double Whammy, Last Days of Judah

5th January 2020



Being Faithful and Unfaithful to God

Sin and Unfaithful of Judah's kings (David 's descendants) resulted in the destruction of Jerusalem and Davidic kingdom.But God in His faithfulness ,fulfilled His covenant promise to David (2 Sam 7:16Your house and kingdom will endure forever before me, Your throne will be established for ever) through Jesus Christ ,son of David whose reign and kingdom will never end.

2 kings is also an illustration of what happens when we make anything more important than God ,when we make bad alliances,when we do not know what is right ,when we do not discern God's purpose in our lives.we may fail like people of Judah and Israel but God's promises will not fail.God is always there ,to help us to straighten out our lives and start again.

Cynthia Sathiaraj

On Dangerous Ground

2 Kings 1:2-4 Through spiritualism many of the sick, the bereaved, the curious, are communicating with evil spirits.

All who venture to do this are on dangerous ground.
The word of truth declares how God regards them.

In ancient times He pronounced a stern judgment on a king who had sent for counsel to a heathen oracle: "Now therefore thus saith the Lord, Thou shalt not come down from that bed on which thou art gone up, but shalt surely die."

Refusing to Be Diverted 2 Kings 2:1-6
In his early labor of guiding the plow, Elisha had learned not to fail or to become discouraged; and now that he had set his hand to the plow in another line of duty, he would not be diverted from his purpose.

As often as the invitation to turn back was given, his answer was, "As the Lord liveth, and as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee" (2 Kings 2:2)

Elijah Was a Type 2 Kings 2:11
Elijah was a type of the saints who will be living on the earth at the time of the second advent of Christ and who will be "changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump," without tasting death (1 Corinthians 15:51, 52)

Mocking God's Prophets 2 Kings 2:23, 24
Had Elisha allowed the mockery to pass unnoticed, he would have continued to be ridiculed and reviled by the rabble, and his mission to instruct and save in a time of grave national peril might have been defeated.

This one instance of terrible severity was sufficient to command respect throughout his life.

For fifty years he went in and out of the gate of Bethel, and to and fro in the land, from city to city, passing through crowds of idle, rude, dissolute youth; but none mocked him or made light of his qualifications as the prophet of the Most High.

Even kindness should have limits. Authority must be maintained by a firm severity, or it will be received by many with mockery and contempt.

The so-called tenderness, the coaxing and indulgence, used toward youth by parents and guardians, is one of the worst evils which can come upon them.

In every family, firmness, decision, positive requirements, are essential.

Reverence, in which the youth who mocked Elisha were so lacking, is a grace that should be carefully cherished.

Every child should be taught to show true reverence for God. Never should His name be spoken lightly or thoughtlessly. Angels, as they speak it, veil their faces. With what reverence should we, who are fallen and sinful, take it upon our lips!

Faith Rewarded 2 Kings 4: 17-37
So was the faith of the Shunammite woman rewarded. Christ, the great Life-giver, restored her son to her. In like manner will His faithful ones be rewarded, when, at His coming, death loses its sting and the grave is robbed of the victory it has claimed. Then will He restore to His servants the children that have been taken from them by death.

Aaron Munhuweyi

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Book of 2 Kings

  • 2 King 1 to 4
    Ⓜ Miracles in Elisha's Life @ The Final Days of Elijah From Gilgal, Elijah and Elisha went to Bethel, Jericho and reached Jordan. Then Elijah…
  • Elijah Taken Up to Heaven
    Back to the Pavilion The phrase "Elijah Taken Up to Heaven" begins with Elijah and Elisha moving from Gilgal > Bethel > Jericho > Jordan…
  • 2 Kings 5 to 8
    The simple childlike faith of a little captive maid from Israel led the Syrian commander Namaan to be healed of His leprosy, 2 Kings 5:2-3.…
  • 2 Kings 9 to 11
    Jehonadab/Jonadab is one of my heroes. Jonadab was a Rechabite. The Rechabites were Kenites: descendants of Jethro [Moses’ Midianite father-in-law]. They had settled with the…
  • Disobedience Up-close
    Joram King of Israel son of King Ahab and King Ahaziah son of Athaliah queen of Judah, both were killed immediately one after the other…
  • 2 Kings 12 to 16
    Jehoahaz did evil in the lord's sight.He followed the example of Jeroboam and the lord was angry with Israel.God allowed King Hazel of Aram and…
  • Elisha's Bones
    2 Kings 13:21 Here we read that when lsraelites were burying a man, they threw the body of a dead man in Elisha's tomb. When…
  • 2 Kings 17 to 19
    (2 Kings 16 1-20) Ahaz was a particularly evil king. Interestingly he was the son of a good king Jotham and the father of one…
  • 2 Kings 20 to 23
    Those who seek healing by prayer should not neglect to make use of the remedial agencies within their reach. 2 Kings 20:1-7 It is not…
  • Youth corner - The secret of King Josiah
    "Neither before nor after Josiah was there a king like him who turned to the Lord as he did - with all his HEART and…
  • 2 Kings 24 to 25
    [2 Kgs 24- 1 Ch 1] Nebuzaradan burnt down the Temple, the king's palace, all the houses of Jerusalem & even all the mansions. [2K…
  • The Last Days of Judah
    2Kings 23:30--24:20 ✔ 4 kings follow each other in quick succession under the rude mercies of Egypt and Babylon: ~ Jehoahaz rules 3 months and…

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