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  • Worshipping Wrong Gods In The Right Way Series

    Contributed by Dennis Marquardt on Oct 20, 2000
    based on 161 ratings
     | 10,329 views

    #1 in 10 Commandments Series

    #1 “WORSHIPPING WRONG GODS IN THE RIGHT WAY!” TEXT: Ex. 20:1-2; I Kings. 11:1-8; Rom. 12:1-2 INTRO: The 10 commandments represent God’s design to make the human experience the best it can possibly be. Followed correctly, these commandments become the healthy foundation for a society or a ...read more

  • Destroying The High Places

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on Jun 10, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 13,256 views

    A sinful high place is any area, thought, person, or relationship that I allow to remain in my life as a provision for the flesh, to satisfy the sinful desires of my heart.

    Destroying the High Places (This message has been heavily adapted from a excellent sermon by Don Currin on High Places) We are in a study on the Kings of Israel, and today we are going to talk about one key area in their lives by which God assessed the overall quality of their lives. It is ...read more

  • Living Wisely As Fathers Series

    Contributed by Andrew Chan on Jun 17, 2001
    based on 49 ratings
     | 3,389 views

    How investing in key relationships helps fathers to live wisely as we examine Solomon’s legacy.

    “Living Wisely as Fathers” Text: Eccl.4:4-12, 1 Kings 11:1-10 Sermon series Living Wisely in a Meaningless World. Based on book of Ecclesiastes. By Rev. Andrew Chan, PBC, Vancouver, BC June 17,2001 First, happy father’s day to all you daddies! According to a story found on Toronto Star ...read more

  • Rise And Fall Of King Solomon

    Contributed by Maurice Brown on Jun 17, 2001
    based on 264 ratings
     | 33,310 views

    Watch out for spiritual erosion in your life!

    INTRODUCTION A. Meet the Bible’s wisest fool - Solomon, the king with the empty heart 1. No man began with more promise than he did. 2. Yet a good beginning does not mean a good finish. 3. Solomon drifted and finally defected - can it happen to us? B. ...read more

  • Christians And The Clash Of Cultures Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 3, 2018
     | 3,795 views

    How should Christians treat those of different cultures and traditions and religions?

    Thursday of the 5th Week in course 2018 Reformation/Revolution Our Scriptures today ought to be at least a little disturbing to us today. In first Kings, Solomon, who was the anointed of God, the heir to the great king David, apostatizes. He had what we can only call a “mess” of wives. ...read more

  • Guard Your Heart Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jul 18, 2017
    based on 3 ratings
     | 11,847 views

    Stay faithful to God. Guard your heart and fear the Lord.

    1 Kings 11:1-13 GUARD YOUR HEART ES 16 Jul 17 1672 Chapter 11 marks the turning point in Solomon’s life. He has left his first love and allowed other loves to take hold of him. • He has wisdom, but wisdom cannot immune us from sinning against God. Solomon hardened his heart towards God. ...read more

  • Why You Need To Make A Covenant With Your Eyes Series

    Contributed by Sheryln Miller on Apr 18, 2017
     | 3,287 views

    Messages discusses how and why we need to guard our eyes in today's culture.

    The key to surviving temptation involves guarding our eyes with all diligence. In Matthew 18:9, Jesus said if your eye causes you to sin pluck it out! Seems rather drastic but it makes the point. No we are not saying pluck out your eyes but we are saying do what's necessary to avoid/shun evil. You ...read more

  • Choosing Your Closest Companions Series

    Contributed by Sherm Nichols on Nov 16, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,269 views

    from a series through the life of Solomon. A look at the way Solomon's relationships impacted his life, and the way our closest relationships will impact us.

    I Kings 11:1-13 Pre intro, at the beginning of worship services: I’d like you to watch a video this morning, featuring those 2 famous theologians, Jed and Jethro Clampet as they discuss Jethro’s insights into relationships… (clip from “Beverly Hillbillies” - ...read more

  • "Becoming Fully Committed" Series

    Contributed by Jason Hill on Jul 8, 2002
    based on 30 ratings
     | 39,911 views

    God requires that all who follow Him, follow Him completely with all that they are and have.

    “Making A Difference” – Pt. 2 “Becoming Fully Committed” It is often times a funny thing being a follower of Christ. When you are fully committed to God and fully committed to His leadership in your life things sometimes happen that are beyond your control. But it is through these leadings ...read more

  • Stay In The Race

    Contributed by Stephen Robinson D on Apr 30, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 22,738 views

    This sermon helps one to look at the good and bad and understand no matter what they go through in life they have to Stay in the Race.

    For our lesson today, we are looking at the life of King Solomon. Solomon was a good man. Solomon was the son of King David. He was appointed the King of Israel and Judah by his farther, King David. Solomon was the son of Bathsheba (you remember her; David had her husband killed when he cheated ...read more

  • Our Secret Sins And What They Cause

    Contributed by David Rogers on Jun 2, 2007
    based on 6 ratings
     | 5,024 views

    A sermon on why sin no matter how small or large affect not only the individual but the nation as a whole.

    Our Secret Sins And What They Cause 1 Kings 11:1-13 Prayer Introduction Two theological students were walking along a street in the White chapel district of London, a section where old and used clothing is sold. "What a fitting illustration all this makes!" said one of the students as he ...read more

  • Una Distraccion Fatal

    Contributed by Amat Fernandez on Jun 7, 2003
    based on 238 ratings
     | 9,689 views

    Sabiendo Satanas que la distraccion es un de las armas mas poderosas que el posee contra todo creyente, nunca dejara de usarla.

    Una Distraccion Fatal Pastor Amat Fernandez 1 Reyes 11:4 « Y ya que Salomón era viejo, sus mujeres inclinaron su corazón tras dioses ajenos; y su corazón no era perfecto con Jehová su Dios, como el corazón de su padre David. » Ilustracion: En la ciudad de Miami hace dos meses cuatro mujeres ...read more

  • Avoiding Spiritual Freefall

    Contributed by Stephen Funderburk on Sep 28, 2005
    based on 34 ratings
     | 4,790 views

    Avoiding Pitfalls in Spiritual Life

    Intro: there is a commercial on television that is pretty good, it is the N.F.L. draft and the number one pick is called, he stands, smiles for the cameras, dose a Heisman trophy pose, then proceeds to fall down a flight of stairs. Falling is sometimes a funny thing: Chevy Chase made people laugh ...read more

  • The American Holocaust

    Contributed by Richard White on Feb 6, 2004
    based on 79 ratings
     | 3,673 views

    Israel had done what God would not even think about. They sacrificed their children to the gods of Chemosh and Molech. Are we as Americans allowing the same.

    The American Holocaust 1KI 11:1 King Solomon, however, loved many foreign women besides Pharaoh’s daughter--Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, Sidonians and Hittites. 2 They were from nations about which the LORD had told the Israelites, "You must not intermarry with them, because they will ...read more

  • How It All Went Wrong

    Contributed by Bramwell Hayes on Mar 27, 2005
    based on 24 ratings
     | 4,001 views

    The fall of Solomon shows us the danger of small compromises in our own lives

    How it all went wrong 1 Kings 11:1-11 It had all started so well. The young king was a good king. After the death of his father the Lord had appeared to him and told him that he could have anything he wanted. He did not choose wealth, or fame, or power, or military success, instead he choose ...read more