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2 Kings 15: Azariah Reigns in Judah

Azariah, also called Uzziah, was a skilled warrior and good ruler,  Presumptuously, he wanted to accumulate the role of a king and priest

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Azariah, also called Uzziah, was a skilled warrior and good ruler,  Presumptuously, he wanted to accumulate the role of a king and priest, desobeying the Mosiaic Requirements, which said theat only the authorized priests would enter the Holy Place and burn incense to God.

In this manner, he did not know how to live within God’s standards established in the Scriptures, nor did he know how to respect those who had a different role from his.

As a consequence of his pride, he became leprous and had to live isloated for the reast of his life. Unlike Azariah, whose who have the Direction of the Hoy Spirit are successful in ther leadership because they are humble and act righteously. Their conduct shows respect for everone, including those under their authority.

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Proverbs 4: Security of Wisdom

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The best instruction. How many sons and daughters have lost themselves because they like to the bad advice of friends rather than their own parents?

On the other hand, a wise son or daughter pays attention to what their parents say, and they do not disregard the words of those who only want their good.

Just as the advice of parents are the best teachings a son or daughter can receive, the Direction of God the Father is the best path anyone can follow, because in Him there is no deceit or any frustration.

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Isaiah 21: The Fall of Babylon Proclaimed

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The burden against the Wilderness of the Sea. This prophecy was proclaimed against Babylon (the Wilderness of the Sea). Although this nation was irrigated and prospered by the river Euphrates, it would be desolate. At that time, Babylon was under Assyrian rule, yet it struggled to rebuild itself. But with this prophecy, the Lord shows that the rebellion of the nation would be discovered and punished

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Isaiah 20: The Sign Against Egypt and Ethiopia

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For three years., Isaiah walked without his outer garments. That is he stripped off his clothes to dress like a slave or a mourner dressed in sackcloth. The prophet did this to proclaim that the Egyptians and the Ethiopians would be crushed and treated like poor prisoners of war when Assyria took them captive. The purpose was the warn Judah not to make an alliance with Egypt, but to have a Covenant only with the Most High, This is applicable to us too.

Many seek help from people who cannot help them because they themselves are also living in spirtitual bondage. Therefore, the Only One who can take them out of the situation they are in is God. Therefore, those who make a Covenant with him are overcomers.

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