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Hezekiah’s Prayer

How Is Your Prayer Life?

This new book Hezekiah’s Prayer will help you develop your prayer life.

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Who is King Hezekiah

King Hezekiah was considered the most righteous king during Israel’s divided kingdom period. Both his father and son were also considered among the most wicked of kings, but sandwiched between them was Hezekiah, a man of prayer who would be tested by threat of destruction and the loss of life from illness. He humbly sought God in prayer and was delivered for his righteousness. In this book, we will learn about this king and more importantly, we will glean wisdom to help our own prayer life become strong. By the of this book, you will have an understanding of what God looks for in a person of prayer. We will examine some basic guidelines for effective prayer and learn to develop a habit of bringing our requests before the Lord.

What Can we Learn From Him

In this book, we tackle the nuances of prayer as a primer starting with learning objectives to guide what we hope will be useful to organize our thoughts on the subject of prayer with the final goal of being more consistent and devoted in our prayer life.

We will draw our examples primarily from the life of Hezekiah, but will also pull in other related scriptures. Our focus on Hezekiah starts with his father, Ahaz, before looking at the circumstances that made Hezekiah the most dedicated king in the days of the divided kingdom.

Next, we look at the two major prayers in the king’s life and how God answered those prayers, focusing our study on what we can learn from his prayers and how God answered them.

We conclude the book with a chapter on bringing the ideas together and putting the steps into action by creating a model for our prayer life to hopefully build a habit of consistent and effective prayer.

How to Read this Book

This book is written in an easy to read format and each point draws on the prior sections. The chapters can be read in about 10-20 minutes each for an average person, and they are full of history about Hezekiah and how to apply his life to our New Testament living. The book can be easily read in a single sitting, or over a week very reflectively. The final chapter gives some plans and strategies to put the contents of this book into place.

Kings of All Creation Series

This series was written to learn New Testament principles from Old Testament kings and prophets in a way that is easy to digest. The period of the kings contain rich lessons that are applicable for today. We will explain the lives of kings and prophets in a way anyone can understand. Join us as we look through the life of the kings to learn how to obey Christ in our lives today.

About Thomas Murosky

Thomas Murosky has a background in Science earning his Bachelors in Biochemistry and Doctorate in Molecular Toxicology. He has taught at Bucknell University and Western Wyoming Community College. While as a student and professor, Tom worked in several capacities as a children’s and youth worker having served the local CEF board, as a counselor for Christian camps, Awana programs, and other youth outreach including a decade of work in Big Brothers, Big Sisters of America.

He stepped aside from teaching and academics to work as a technology consultant to focus more time on writing, blogging, and video production in the area of Christian teaching with a focus on discipleship and sanctification. His first book, Testing and Temptations, is about how we are called to transform our lives to be like Christ in the process of Sanctification. His second book, The Art of Shallow Neighboring is parody book calling us to better Christian discernment in the books we read. His third book, I AM Not Amused calls for sober analysis of the media entertainment industry. In addition to these, Tom does videos on current Christian events and sound theology.