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The Worst of the Worst. Will God Forgive Them?

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"Now when he was in affliction, he implored the LORD his God, and humbled himself greatly before the God of his fathers, and prayed to Him; and He received his entreaty, heard his supplication, and brought him back to Jerusalem into his kingdom. Then Manasseh knew that the LORD was God" -2 Chronicles 33:12-13 Manasseh was a man who once committed evil in the sight of the Lord, and he did it deliberately to provoke God to anger.
He was an old testament king who reigned over Judah for fifty-five years.  This man created wooden images, was into witch craft and sorcery and even killed his own children by burning them up at an altar he had built where his people did this as a norm. This man also caused his people to walk in his ways so you can imagine what it must have been to live in his kingdom.
To call this man evil, is an understatement. This man was the epitome of the worst of the worst, but guess what? God still called on him (and the people he was leading) to repent, to turn …

The Worst of the Worst. Will God Forgive Them?

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"Now when he was in affliction, he implored the LORD his God, and humbled himself greatly before the God of his fathers, and prayed to Him; and He received his entreaty, heard his supplication, and brought him back to Jerusalem into his kingdom. Then Manasseh knew that the LORD was God" -2 Chronicles 33:12-13 Manasseh was a man who once committed evil in the sight of the Lord, and he did it deliberately to provoke God to anger.
He was an old testament king who reigned over Judah for fifty-five years.  This man created wooden images, was into witch craft and sorcery and even killed his own children by burning them up at an altar he had built where his people did this as a norm. This man also caused his people to walk in his ways so you can imagine what it must have been to live in his kingdom.
To call this man evil, is an understatement. This man was the epitome of the worst of the worst, but guess what? God still called on him (and the people he was leading) to repent, to t…