God’s Punishment I Stories of God I Animated Children’s Bible Stories| Holy Tales Bible Stories
Hello children my name is Holy. I live here in the Bible In this wonderful library. Did you know that the Bible has some amazing stories If you want to hear one join these naughty little book worms Gumbo, Tubby and Freckles. Hello children, Hello Holy it’s time for you to tell us a story yes It is. Well today I shall tell you a story about How God punishes those who Do wrong things in the name of God. But before I start with the story You all know what you have to do right. Yes we have to listen to your story very Carefully, So that we can answer your question at the ends of the story good. Long long ago different prophets had warned the people of Israel about God’s Punishment but they completely ignored these warnings and did not change their Ways. King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon the most powerful and strong nation finally Took over Jerusalem. Many people were taken as captives to Babylon Kings Zedecia who was the last king of Judah was also taken as captive. The Lord was so angry with the people that he turned away from them Kings Zedecia challenged King Nebuchadnezzar. So King Nebuchadnezzar Came with all his army and set up a camp around Jerusalem. They also built walls To attack the city. Jerusalem was under attack for two years and finally a time Came when the people had nothing left to eat. So the people of Israel broke Through the city walls although the Babylonians were all around The city Zedekiah and his soldiers escaped during the night . The Babylonians chase them and captured Kings Zedekiah and brought him To King Nebuchadnezzar he was held as a prisoner and both his sons were killed So God’s warning of punishment had come true.Oh my goodness this is so Scary yes it is ,and God always punishes those who do wrong things. Anyway So today’s question is who was the last king of judah? King Jadekia was lost of Judha Yey! I remember yes you do. Now may I please go and take my nap. Was the last king of Judah? Ofcourse! Bye Holy.