Here’s an intriguing happening. Hezekiah was sick and near death. So a highly respected seer heard about his sickness, and went to see him.
This seer had some interesting connections. Though he brought troubling news. By telling our patriot, and he was a patriot, that he should get his house in order because he was going to die.
Such bad news came directly from the LORD, according to our seer.
Such news hit him hard. So he turned his face towards the wall, and did what most would do, when hit with such troubling news.
He prayed to the LORD saying, remember now. O LORD, I pray, “Haven’t I walked before you in truth? And with a loyal heart, I have done what was good in your sight.” Then he wept bitterly!
But before our seer made his exit from the palace, the LORD stopped him. He was told to return, and tell the king the following. “You have been the leader of My people,” thus says the LORD, the God of David, your father. “I Have heard your prayer. I have seen your tears. Surely, I will heal you!”
All that was followed with some good news. His life would be extended fifteen years, and his enemy would be defeated.
Source: 2 Kings 20:1-6.
Here’s an provocative thought. “The LORD is near those, who have a broken heart, and spares such as have a contrite spirit,” Psalms 34:18.
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