Posted by: Pure Glory | 03/22/2018

The Key To Prosperity

by Hazel Straub

Hezekiah (Yahweh Strengthens), an ancient king of Judah, sought to please Yahweh, in all that he did. He was faithful to Yahweh God, seeking to please him with all of his heart (the way he thought and reasoned, with his will and emotions). As a result, he prospered. When we pursue Yahweh, with all our heart, seeking to please him, in close relationship, thankful and worshiping him, we will also prosper in all our ways.

Hezekiah did this throughout all Judah, and he did what was good, right, and faithful before the Lord his God. And every work that he began in the service of the house of God, in keeping with the law and the commandments to seek his God [inquiring of and yearning for Him], he did with all his heart, and he prospered. (2 Chronicles 31:20-21 AMPC)

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Responses

  1. In deed the way to prosper is to magnify God in all that you do.

    • Yes, it is important to magnify God in all you do and be obedient and faithful to him.

  2. The Bible has many excellent role models we are encouraged to follow. Hezekiah is definitely one of them.

    • Yes, Hezekiah is definitely an excellent role model among many in the Bible.


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