Is the crimson of certain crimes of too deep a dye for the atoning blood of Christ to cleanse?

In the passage for today, 2 Kings 21, we read of Manasseh. Now the rest of the acts of Manasseh and all that he did, and the sin that he committed, are they not written in the Book of the Chronicles of the Kings of Judah? And if you read more about Manasseh in 2 … More Is the crimson of certain crimes of too deep a dye for the atoning blood of Christ to cleanse?

Do your axe heads float?

Pastor Heath Taylor posted at his blog, “The Pulpit and the Pew,” Do your axe heads float? I have found that many of mine don’t. Before you get too confused or frustrated to continue reading, I should tell you that I was reading through the ministry of the prophet Elisha recently. (1 Kings 19 – 2 Kings 13) He … More Do your axe heads float?

D. A. Carson: Religiously and theologically, Ahaz was a disaster.

Dr. D.A. Carson on 2 Kings 16 (from “The Love of God, Vol 1, Nov 3”)   THE BOOKS OF 1 AND 2 KINGS, though they follow the fortunes of both Judah and Israel (the southern and northern kingdoms, respectively, after the division that followed Solomon’s death), lay more emphasis on Israel, the northern ten tribes. More … More D. A. Carson: Religiously and theologically, Ahaz was a disaster.