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Sunrise on Temple Mount in Jerusalem; Back to Previous Devotion

April 23 - Morning

"Micaiah continued,
'Therefore hear the word of the Lord:
I saw the Lord sitting on his throne with all the multitudes of heaven standing around him on his right and on his left. And the Lord said,

"Who will entice Ahab into attacking Ramoth Gilead and going to his death there?"

One suggested this, and another that. Finally, a spirit came forward, stood before the Lord and said,

"I will entice him."

"By what means?" the Lord asked.

"I will go out and be a deceiving spirit in the mouths of all his prophets," he said.

"You will succeed in enticing him," said the Lord.
"Go and do it."

So now the Lord has put a deceiving spirit in
the mouths of all these prophets of yours.
The Lord has decreed disaster for you.' "

Then Zedekiah son of Kenaanah went up and
slapped Micaiah in the face.
'Which way did the spirit from the Lord go when he went from me to speak to you?' he asked.

Micaiah replied,
'You will find out on the day you go to
hide in an inner room.' "

- First Kings 22:19-25

Sunset on the Sea of Galilee; Click to go to next devotion  
Dueling Prophets: Micaiah vs Zedekiah    

Micaiah, a true prophet of the Lord, was called on to prophecy in the name of the Lord in the presence of two kings (Ahab, King of Israel, and Jehoshaphat, King of Judah) as they prepare to go to war against Aram. But, Micaiah is going to be the lone voice of truth predicting disaster in the midst of a court filled with the false prophets of Baal.

When Micaiah finished his negative message which predicted Ahab’s death in battle verse Ben Hadad and the Arameans, he is rebuked and struck in the face by the false prophet of Baal, Zedekiah.

Micaiah then predicts the death of Zedekiah will occur while Zedekiah is hiding in an inner room presumably from the invading Arameans troops. Micaiah says that on that day Zedekiah will meet the demonic spirit that has been prophesying through him for the powers of the kingdom of darkness. It will be a fateful day for Zedekiah both physically and spiritually.

  Christian Quote from Church History

“What is the use of their unceasing mutations if they do not change? In sum, the mutations of bacteria and viruses are merely hereditary fluctuations around a median position; a swing to the right, a swing to the left, but no final evolutionary effect.”
– Pierre Paul Grasse

Something to Ponder??

Justification – To justify someone in a court case means to look at the evidence and honestly declare the person accused as innocent and not guilty. Justification is not forgiveness because a forgiven person is still a guilty person who has been forgiven. A justified person is someone who is rightfully declared innocent in an honest court of law.
Justification in theology is the divine pronouncement that one who is in Christ Jesus is fully innocent and wholly acceptable to God’s holiness. This occurs when God sees the believer as sinless and righteous in Christ.

Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information

Chanan (Hb) – Show Favor (Eng) – chanan is the Hebrew word that means “to be gracious,” “considerate,” “to show favor.” Chanan is used 77x and translated “gracious” 45x.
is also translated as “favor,” “pity,” “implore,” “make supplication,” and more.
is used 31x in Psalms: 4:1; 9:13; 30:8; 51:1; 86:16; 119:29; 119:132, and more.


A portion of the Water Gate built by Solomon and mentioned by Nehemiah (3:26) can be seen today. The inner gate house is visible from the sidewalk along the road that runs across the Ophel today, and it can be accessed through the Archaeological Park south of the Temple Mount. Two other parts of the Water Gate (the approach tower and the outer gate house) are under this Ophel road, but have been discovered, measured and documented by Charles Warren in 1867. The approach tower under the Ophel road was built of ashlar stones and is preserved to a height of 39 feet, 79 feet long and 62 feet wide. These measurements match the contemporary gate built by Solomon at Megiddo.

Confession to Action   Facts and Information

I will stand for what is right and speak what is true according to the Word of the Lord.
In the face of evil opposition I will remember that my future is bright with hope, while evil will continually descend into everlasting darkness.

  "Apply your heart to instruction
    and your ears to words
of knowledge."

- Proverbs 12:12
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Proclamation of the Truth would be clear

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A view of the City of David from the east looking west on the Mount of Olives. The covered area is the Jebusite Wall (Stepped Stone Structure) which has the palace of David setting right above it.

Nehemiah's Wall in Jerusalem 445 BC

A diagram illustrates the original look of the tomb of Jesus located today in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.

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A view of the City of David from the east looking west on the Mount of Olives. The covered area is the Jebusite Wall (Stepped Stone Structure) which has the palace of David setting right above it.

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