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  • Fear God And Live Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jan 7, 2018
     | 1,446 views

    God cares enough for King Ahaziah to step in and show Himself real and reminding him that there is only one true God and He is in Israel.

    We ended the last chapter of 1 Kings with the sermon AND IT SHALL COME TO PASS. • God’s Word will be fulfilled. We saw that when King Ahab died in the battlefield. • 1 Kings 22:51-53 51Ahaziah son of Ahab became king of Israel in Samaria in the seventeenth year of Jehoshaphat king of Judah, ...read more

  • Fire From Heaven! Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Nov 17, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,251 views

    We cannot afford to be indifferent about God...there are consequences in this life and in the life-to-come.

    When I served with the Army’s Air Defense Artillery--both as an instructor at their Branch School, and as a Brigade Chaplain--I used to joke about my role in Air Defense by offering to arrange for fire from Heaven! So you might say this is a fire-and-brimstone sermon! King Ahaziah assumed ...read more

  • Refuse To Come Down

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Mar 19, 2013
    based on 5 ratings
     | 5,817 views

    THis message brought healing to many. About hard times: "If you break your neck, if you have nothing to eat, if your house is on fire, then you got a problem.  Everything else is inconvenience. " ~ Robert Fulghum

    Refuse to Come Down 2 Kings 1: 1-10NLT We are truly living in one of the most crucial hours of American history. Ominous clouds of fear and doom seem to be gathering over our nation. About hard times: "If you break your neck, if you have nothing to eat, if your house is on fire, ...read more

  • Trusting In God Alone Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Aug 13, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 7,096 views

    King Ahaziah learns the hard way that seeking help from any other god than the Living God is not a good idea. We must put our trust in the Lord alone, and we must never seek help from occult sources or any other source.

    Introduction: A. The story is told of a frog who went to see a fortune-teller to learn about his future. 1. Gazing into her crystal ball, the fortune teller said to the frog, “You are going to meet a beautiful young woman. From the moment she sets eyes on you she will have an insatiable ...read more

  • Elijah's Warning Against Ignoring God.

    Contributed by Johnny Palmer on Mar 25, 2010
    based on 2 ratings
     | 4,985 views

    You can do a lot of things with God but ignoring Him is not an option - at least not for long!

    Admin OptionsFeature Edit Discussion Close Discussion Add Tags Cancel Delete Discussion Intro: 1. William Craig, "Modern man thought that when he had gotten rid of God, he had freed himself from all that he had gotten rid of God, he had freed himself from all that repressed and stifled him. ...read more

  • The Judgement Of Ahaziah Series

    Contributed by Hugh W. Davidson on Apr 13, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,389 views

    Elijah confronts not only the king but his army as well.

    A young boy came home from Sunday school one day and his father asked what they were teaching about in class. He said it was all about Israel crossing the Red Sea. Then he said the Israeli air force strafed the Egyptian army and the infantry set charges all around the camp while the ...read more

  • Playing With Fire

    Contributed by James May on Sep 11, 2007
    based on 27 ratings
     | 10,147 views

    Don’t play with the fire of God. It will either consume you or purify you, depending on where your heart is. Playing with fire is a very dangerous thing.

    Playing with Fire By Pastor Jim May II Kings 1:1-18 “Held by Jehovah”, that was his name as translated from Hebrew to English, “Held by Jehovah”. Now that sounds like a pretty good name to have provided you live up to your name. But the king in our message tonight did not live up to his ...read more

  • The High Price Of Idolatry

    Contributed by Robert Brent on Sep 7, 2004
    based on 38 ratings
     | 1,801 views

    Idolatry, in any form, carries a very high price tag. That’s why we need to be aware of the futility of idolatry.

    "The High Price Of Idolatry" [2 Kings 1:1-18] Context: 1 Kings 22:40; 51-53. Introduction: We were created to worship and serve God. When we fail to worship Him in spirit and in truth, we fill that vacuum with something else. We may not bow down to images of wood and stone, but ...read more

  • When A Nation's Godly Light Flickers

    Contributed by Timothy Smith on Jul 20, 2004
    based on 15 ratings
     | 2,391 views

    4th of July Patriotic Sermon

    "WHEN A NATION’S GODLY LIGHT FLICKERS" 1 KINGS 22:51 - 2 KINGS 1:14 INTRODUCTION: Some time ago I ran an experiment in my office. I retrieved a candle and matches and took both into my office and turned out the lights. My office has only one window and when the blinds are pulled it’s ...read more

  • Come Down

    Contributed by Robert Kerr on Jun 2, 2004
    based on 35 ratings
     | 5,931 views

    In many ways the world calls us to come down from serving the Lord. Elijah shows us the victory that is ours if we remain faithful

    COME DOWN Read: 2 Kings 1:1-12 Text: Vs 9 "Thou man of God, the king hath said, Come down." Intro: How often has the world said to us "Come Down". Come down from your Bible reading and spend time watching TV or the Movies. Come down from your faithfulness in attending ...read more

  • Bring What You Got

    Contributed by Ronald Beatty on Mar 6, 2004
    based on 26 ratings
     | 3,457 views

    A sermon on the provision of God.

    BRING WHAT YOU GOT The proper title for this sermon should be “Bring what you got, and bring plenty of it. Don’t hold anything back, but bring it all to the Lord.” We are so guilty of believing that we cannot do many things because we just don’t know how, or we just don’t have enough of ...read more

  • "The Current Crisis(Iraq, N. Korea, Etc.)"

    Contributed by Danny Moss on Feb 14, 2003
    based on 98 ratings
     | 2,868 views

    This sermon tries to present what the author be-lieves God would say to us concerning the current crisis with Iraq, N. Korea, etc.

    The Current Crisis(Iraq, N. Korea, etc.) Is There Any Word From The Lord? Text: 2nd Kings 1:1-17 Introduction- We are truly living in one of the most crucial hours of American history. Ominous clouds of fear and doom seem to be gathering over ...read more

  • Consider Your Future

    Contributed by Ian Biss on Oct 1, 2001
    based on 77 ratings
     | 3,825 views

    A sermon for those who would look other than where they should for answers, that only God can answer.

    Consider Your Future by Ian Biss 3/17/01 2bn Intro... In the early part of the twelfth century, in the Dark Ages, a haggard old sorceress went to the papacy with six envelopes that she claimed had within them God’s revelation for the Roman Catholic Church. She appeared before ...read more

  • Idol Threats

    Contributed by Don Hutto on Apr 17, 2001
    based on 85 ratings
     | 2,156 views

    As popular as Tarot readings and horoscopes are they must not replace God in our lives.

    "Idol" Threats 2 Kings 1:1-18 I. Introduction Many today don’t take the dangers of the daily horoscope, Tarot readings, and the like seriously. But we should because these "idols" threaten our relationship with God. II. Idolatry denies the Presence of God in our lives. (v. 3) ...read more

  • Is There No God? Series

    Contributed by Damien Spikereit on Mar 2, 2001
    based on 169 ratings
     | 7,764 views

    God wants us to turn to him in everything.

    - I love the true story of a small town in Kentucky which had two churches and a bar owned by a devout and well known atheist. It seems that one night the people from the two churches called a special prayer meeting and spent the whole night praying that the bar would close down. Well, lo and ...read more