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Contributed on Jun 21, 2018
Consider God's warning signs - words from the prophets, internal chaos and the external threat from Assyria.
2 Kings 15:8-31 THE WARNING SIGNS ES 17 Jun 18 1665 Warning signs are good. They are meant for our good and can save lives. God warns. God warns before He judges. • Let’s consider the warning signs from three directions. The upward – warnings from God through the prophets, the inward – ...read more
Contributed on Jun 2, 2018
God showed mercy to a disobedient Israel, not giving them what they deserved but provided a window of opportunities for them to return and repent.
We are going to swing back to ISRAEL (N) and look at King Jeroboam today. • King JEROBOAM is the 3rd successor of JEHU, succeeding his father JEHOASH, who fought with Judah’s King AMAZIAH in the first part of 2 Kings 14 (we saw last Sun). • Read 2 Kings 14:23-29. Again verse 24 says “He did ...read more
Contributed on May 20, 2018
Jehoash showed little interest in what he was told to do. He was going through the motions but with little faith. He did not take God seriously or the Word of God seriously. Elisha was the one who showed faith in God.
We saw the reign of Jehoahaz last week; we move on to the reign of his son Jehoash today, Jehu’s 2nd generation. • God promised Jehu 4 generations on the throne of Israel. • Let’s read again 2 Kings 13:10-13. --------------------------------------- Like his father, Jehoash “did evil in ...read more
Contributed on May 15, 2018
God responded to the prayer of an ungodly king because He saw the oppression of His people and came to their rescue. God is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in love.
For the last two chapters (2 Kings 11-12) we looked the Southern Kingdom of JUDAH. • We saw how Queen Athaliah seized power and how Joash was saved as an infant and raised secretly in the temple of God for six years until he was made King. • Today – 2 Kings 13 - we are swinging back to the ...read more
Contributed on May 6, 2018
Don't take God's grace for granted. Trust in God personally. Be convinced that His Word is true and His ways are right.
Joash had a remarkable start to life. As an infant, he was miraculously rescued by his aunt Jehosheba and hidden in the temple of the Lord for 6 years. • His grandmother Athaliah had seized power and killed all the royal princes in his family. Joash was literally plucked from the fire. • He ...read more
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Contributed on Feb 4, 2013
THE ONLY SUNLIGHT THEY SEE Two orphaned brothers stay in a slum district of New York City. One of them is crippled and hardly leaves the room. The older brother has to take care of him and buys him food. His younger brother lamented one day that he has not seen the sunlight for a long ...read more
Contributed on Jan 14, 2013
WE STUDY THE BIBLE TO LISTEN TO HIS VOICE "We study the Bible to listen to His voice that comes from outside our experience, not to listen to our own voice that is crying from within. "His Word is not one of many. It is the only Word that has been there from all eternity because it comes ...read more
Contributed on Jan 3, 2013
WHICH BASIN? Remember there were TWO basins of water mentioned in the Bible. One, Herod used it to wash his hands -- "this has nothing to do with me". The other one, Jesus used it to wash His disciples' feet. It has nothing to do with Him too. It's the job of slaves but He did it. And He ...read more
Contributed on Dec 25, 2012
John Maxwell, a famous author and writer of many books on leadership, shared that once he was visiting his parents and needed to make a conference call. He needed a quiet place and his father let him use his office. As he sat at his desk, he noticed a card next to the phone with these words ...read more
Contributed on Nov 26, 2012
HENRY FORD: THE BANG ON THE TABLE In 1896, Henry Ford attended a company event where Thomas Edison (the great inventor) was the guest of honour. His friend introduced him to Edison as "the man trying to make a car that runs on gasoline." Edison asked young Henry Ford a host of questions and ...read more