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King Ahaziah, Elijah and fire from heaven

When King Ahaziah seeks guidance from a false god, God sends Elijah to intervene. (2 Kings 1:1-18)

When King Ahaziah seeks guidance from a false god, God sends Elijah to intervene.

2 Kings 1:1-18

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

King Ahaziah tries to arrest Elijah

How not to arrest a prophet. (2 Kings 1:1-18)

How not to arrest a prophet.

2 Kings 1:1-18

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elijah and Elisha

Elijah is taken up to heaven and Elisha takes over. (2 Kings 2:1-14)

Elijah is taken up to heaven and Elisha takes over.

2 Kings 2:1-14

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Elisha takes over from Elijah

Elijah is taken up into heaven and the mantle falls to Elisha. (2 Kings 2:1-18)

Elijah is taken up into heaven and the mantle falls to Elisha.

2 Kings 2:1-18

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elijah and the chariot of fire

Elijah is taken up to heaven in a fiery chariot and his mantle falls to Elisha. (2 Kings 2:1-17)

Elijah is taken up to heaven in a fiery chariot and his mantle falls to Elisha.

2 Kings 2:1-17

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elisha and the bears

Two bears come to Elisha's rescue when he is threatened by a gang of mocking youths. (2 Kings 2:23-25)

Two bears come to Elisha's rescue when he is threatened by a gang of mocking youths.

2 Kings 2:23-25

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the widow's oil

When a widow is in debt, Elisha tells her what God wants her to do. (2 Kings 4:1-7)

When a widow is in debt, Elisha tells her what God wants her to do.

2 Kings 4:1-7

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the oil that never ran out

God helps a widow by giving her a miraculous supply of oil. (2 Kings 4:1-7)

God helps a widow by giving her a miraculous supply of oil.

2 Kings 4:1-7

Contributed by Lambsongs: Jill Kemp and Richard Gunther

Elisha: A dead boy raised to life

Elisha prays and a dead boy comes back to life. (2 Kings 4:8-37)

Elisha prays and a dead boy comes back to life.

2 Kings 4:8-37

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Naaman, the army general with leprosy

Naaman, the army general of the king of Aram, is advised by a young Jewish girl to go to the prophet Elisha for healing of his leprosy. (2 Kings 5:1-27)

Naaman, the army general of the king of Aram, is advised by a young Jewish girl to go to the prophet Elisha for healing of his leprosy.

2 Kings 5:1-27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Elisha and Naaman - part 1

When Naaman has leprosy, a Jewish slave girl tells him that God can heal him. (2 Kings 5:1-12)

When Naaman has leprosy, a Jewish slave girl tells him that God can heal him.

2 Kings 5:1-12

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Naaman

When a Syrian General, Naaman, has leprosy, a captured servant girl advises him to find help from God. (2 Kings 5:1-16)

When a Syrian General, Naaman, has leprosy, a captured servant girl advises him to find help from God.

2 Kings 5:1-16

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Elisha and Naaman - part 2

Naaman washes seven times in the River Jordan. (2 Kings 5:13-27)

Naaman washes seven times in the River Jordan.

2 Kings 5:13-27

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the army of fire - part 1

When the King of Syria learns God is telling Elisha his battle plans, he sends an army to capture the prophet. (2 Kings 6:8-18)

When the King of Syria learns God is telling Elisha his battle plans, he sends an army to capture the prophet.

2 Kings 6:8-18

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha shows mercy to his enemies

When God allows Elisha to capture his enemies he feeds them then sets them free. (2 Kings 6:8-23)

When God allows Elisha to capture his enemies he feeds them then sets them free.

2 Kings 6:8-23

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Elisha and the Syrian army

When Elisha is surrounded by the Syrian army, God's army comes to his rescue. (2 Kings 6:8-23)

When Elisha is surrounded by the Syrian army, God's army comes to his rescue.

2 Kings 6:8-23

Contributed by Moody Publishers

Elisha and the army of fire - part 2

When God delivers the Syrian army into the control of Elisha by making them blind, the prophet shows mercy. (2 Kings 6:18-23)

When God delivers the Syrian army into the control of Elisha by making them blind, the prophet shows mercy.

2 Kings 6:18-23

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Elisha and the siege of Samaria

The King wants to execute Elisha when Samaria is under siege. (2 Kings 6:24-7:20)

The King wants to execute Elisha when Samaria is under siege.

2 Kings 6:24-7:20

Contributed by Arabs for Christ

Joash the boy king

Joash becomes king of Judah at the age of seven with the help of Jehoiada the priest. (2 Kings 11:1 - 12:21)

Joash becomes king of Judah at the age of seven with the help of Jehoiada the priest.

2 Kings 11:1 - 12:21

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Hezekiah and the sundial

King Hezekiah asks God to make the shadow of his sundial go backwards as a sign God will heal him. (2 Kings 20: 1-11, Isaiah 38:1-22)

King Hezekiah asks God to make the shadow of his sundial go backwards as a sign God will heal him.

2 Kings 20: 1-11, Isaiah 38:1-22

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Manasseh - the bad king

King Manasseh was an evil ruler but he repented and found God's forgiveness. (2 Kings 21, 2 Chronicles 33)

King Manasseh was an evil ruler but he repented and found God's forgiveness.

2 Kings 21, 2 Chronicles 33

Contributed by Richard Gunther

Manasseh: The Prodigal King

Evil King Manasseh is imprisoned, humbles himself before God, repents and is restored. (2 Kings 21:1-18, 2 Chronicles 33:1-20)

Evil King Manasseh is imprisoned, humbles himself before God, repents and is restored.

2 Kings 21:1-18, 2 Chronicles 33:1-20

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Josiah: The scroll of God's laws is found

The book of God's laws is found in the temple and read to King Josiah. (2 Kings 21:19-23, 2 Chronicles 33:21 - 35:27)

The book of God's laws is found in the temple and read to King Josiah.

2 Kings 21:19-23, 2 Chronicles 33:21 - 35:27

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Jehoiakim burns Jeremiah's scroll

When Baruch writes the prophecies God gave Jeremiah on a scroll, King Jehoiakim burns it. (2 Kings 23:28-24:20, Jeremiah 36:1-32)

When Baruch writes the prophecies God gave Jeremiah on a scroll, King Jehoiakim burns it.

2 Kings 23:28-24:20, Jeremiah 36:1-32

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

Jeremiah put into a cistern

As the Babylonians besiege Jerusalem, Jeremiah is lowered into a cistern and left to die, but an Ethiopian comes to his rescue. (2 Kings 25:1-30, Jeremiah 38:1-40:6)

As the Babylonians besiege Jerusalem, Jeremiah is lowered into a cistern and left to die, but an Ethiopian comes to his rescue.

2 Kings 25:1-30, Jeremiah 38:1-40:6

Contributed by Sweet Publishing

King Hezekiah and the Assyrian invasion

King Hezekiah turns people back to God and prays for deliverance when the Assyrians invade. (2 Kings 18-19, 2 Chronicles 29 - 32:23, Isaiah 36 - 37)

King Hezekiah turns people back to God and prays for deliverance when the Assyrians invade.

2 Kings 18-19, 2 Chronicles 29 - 32:23, Isaiah 36 - 37

Contributed by Sweet Publishing
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