He said, “Come with me, and see how zealous I am for HaShem.” So they had him ride in his chariot.
Sadly, Yehu’s zeal was limited. He was zealous for the part of the Most High’s will that had to do with destroying one form of evil, but he was open to others, as is reported in 2 Kings 10:31
“But Yehu made no effort to live wholeheartedly according to the Torah of HaShem the G-d of Isra’el and did not turn away from the sins of Yarov‘am, with which he had led Isra’el into sin.”
Believers must discipline ourselves to embrace godliness entirety, letting it touch and transform every part of our lives as we deepen our relationship with our Heavenly Father.