Did this message, about the ungodly man (Sennacherib), ever get to him, in his rebellion, before he answered the call to meet God, face to face, through death?
When God tells you the gate of the faithless and the fury of God that their about to face.
This is a far reaching word that far reaching implications to a world that eats, breaths, walks, lives and plays, with no regard to living for God and His glory.
God sent a word about an individual that would never get that word about himself because he didn't prepare his heart to seek God.
King Manasseh is no doubt a warning... but he's also a wonder of grace β all wrapped up in one. For those of you reading with us through 2 Kings, I want to draw your attention to three things:
(1) His drifting. (2) His deliverance. (3) His damage.
To get the best picture of these three things I need to point you 2 Chronicles 33 and Jeremiah 15. This passages will help you see the consequences that fell upon the nation, years later, as a direct result to the damage he caused.