Jahaziel’s Comforting Message

Neal Pollard Jahaziel would have been a man of interesting and diverse talents. As a Levite, he would have served with the priests in the temple. As one of the sons of Asaph, he would have either been a literal descendant “or more probably [one of] a class of poets and singers who recognized him … Continue reading Jahaziel’s Comforting Message

Jehoshaphat’s People

Neal PollardOne of the last great periods of spiritual revival in Judah's history before Babylonian Captivity occurred during the reign of Jehoshaphat.  This king is praised for seeking God, following His commandments, and not acting like Israel (2 Ch. 17:3-4). Jehoshaphat was greatly blessed by these decisions, he took pride in the Lord's ways and … Continue reading Jehoshaphat’s People