Asa became Judah’s king after Abijah. His reign started well but ended badly. As Asa got older, his trust in and obedience to God’s word gave way to dependence on human alliances, and he rejected God’s prophet. Compromise and ungodly deeds punctuated His final years. This teaches us that we must deperately cling to the Father, abiding always in Jesus, and relying on the Holy Spirit to manifest Christ’s life in and through us. Please open your Bible to Second Chronicles chapter fourteen, and listen as Pastor Ray Viola begins his study of this chapter.