Even before He miraculously saved his life, God already knew that King Hezekiah would afterwards let Him down and disgrace the religion. Scripture says that Hezekiah “rendered not again according to the benefit done unto him”. So why does God bother choosing us to be saved, when so many of us Christians will actually mess up after we’re saved and fall into sin again and again and bring shame and hypocrisy to Christ’s name? This Biblical event of Hezekiah’s illness and its aftermath blows the false Arminian doctrine of Conditional Election out of the water, for clearly God does not predetermine His favour based on His foreknowledge of anyone’s future belief or behaviour. Rather, God’s election is all and only of grace.
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