Hezekiah’s Tunnel Inscription. King Hezekiah of Judah ruled from 721 to 686 BC. Fearing a siege by the Assyrian king, Sennacherib, he preserved Jerusalem’s water supply by cutting a tunnel through 1,750 feet of solid rock from the Gihon Spring to the Pool of Siloam inside the city walls (2 Kings 20; 2 Chron. 32). At the end of the tunnel, an inscription, celebrates this remarkable accomplishment. The tunnel is probably the only biblical site that has not changed its appearance in 2,700…

Hezekiah’s Tunnel Inscription - King Hezekiah of Judah ruled from 721 to 686 BC…

Hands On Bible Teacher: King Hezekiah and A Sundial Miracle

Hands On Bible Teacher: King Hezekiah and A Sundial Miracle Song for Lesson on Hezekiah and the Sundial.

King Hezekiah and A Sundial Miracle

This week we are moving forward with our lessons about King Hezekiah. The KIDDOS will be learning about King Hezekiah's life being ext.

Bible Lesson: King Hezekiah trusts God and asks for help

Bible Lesson: King Hezekiah trusts God and asks for help

With letters from the king of Assyria spread out in front of Jehovah’s altar, King Hezekiah prays

King Hezekiah’s Prayer

With letters from the king of Assyria spread out in front of Jehovah’s altar, King Hezekiah prays

King Hezekiah

King Hezekiah

Hands On Bible Teacher: King Hezekiah and A Sundial Miracle

Hands On Bible Teacher: King Hezekiah and A Sundial Miracle Sundial Out of A Paper Plate. The Gospel Project Unit

The Taylor Prism from the Neo-Assyrian empire tells the story of king Sennacherib's third campaign and includes descriptions of his conquests in Judah, some of which are described from another point of view in the old testament of the Bible.  The annals themselves are notable for describing his siege of Jerusalem during the reign of king Hezekiah. This event is recorded in several books contained in the Bible including Isaiah chapters 33 and 36; 2 Kings 18:17; 2 Chronicles 32:9.

Describes the Assyrian king Sennacherib's siege of Jerusalem in 701 BC during the reign of king Hezekiah. Kings 18 and British Museum, Oriental Institute of Chicago, and the Israel Museum

King Hezekiah and A Sundial Miracle

This week we are moving forward with our lessons about King Hezekiah. The KIDDOS will be learning about King Hezekiah's life being ext.

The oval bulla -- which is 0.5 inches wide -- is estimated to be 2,700 years old.

King Hezekiah's seal discovered in Jerusalem

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