In the Taubaté church which meets on Sunday afternoons at 4 p.m., I’m in the middle of a series on “The Dead, Dying and Carried Away.”

Today I preached on Hezekiah’s 15-year extension, from 2 Kings 20.

Here are the three lessons I mentioned we can learn from this dying man’s recovery, my sermon outline’s main points:

  1. More important than longevity is righteousness.
  2. Be careful what you ask for, you may just get it.
  3. God knows the best time to go.

What do you think?