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Heroes Without Halos > Heroic Prayer: Hezekiah

Mark Crumpler

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July 20, 2014

Faced with an overwhelming threat, Hezekiah took difficult circumstances and literally “spread them out before the Lord.” His example guides us in what it means to bring our lives before God.

Heroes Without Halos

The stories of the Bible happened in a hero culutre. But biblical heroes surprise us. They are not superhuman. They are often weak, lowly, and make wrong choices. They are ordinary people whom God uses to carry out His work. The triumph of the biblical hero is God's, not the hero's.

2 Kings 19:14-19

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