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  • Back To Bethel, Part 2

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Sep 5, 2020

    Jacob had returned to Bethel before he settled Canaan with his family. Many years later, his descendants were carried away captive and foreigners were brought in to settle some of the cities. One of these was Bethel. What happened to this second group of people at Bethel?

    Introduction: This is the second message in a two-part series on the theme, “Back to Bethel”. The first message was based on Jacob’s return to Bethel, in Genesis 35, and how he led his family to get right with God. This message displays the other side of that concept, namely, a much different “back more

  • The One True God Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Jul 3, 2018
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    God reveals Himself as the One true God who redeems Israel, warns them and finally judges them. Israel is called to worship the One and only God, and to show the nations that the Lord their God, the Lord is one. They failed.

    We’ve come to the last King of Israel and the end of the Northern Kingdom (2 Kings 17). • It ended this way - 2 Kings 17:5-6 5The king of Assyria invaded the entire land, marched against Samaria and laid siege to it for three years. 6In the ninth year of Hoshea, the king of Assyria captured more

  • The Last King Of Israel Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Mar 5, 2016

    A focus on Hoshea, the last king of Israel, makes us realise what the theological problem was which lead to the demise of the Northern Kingdom - they just wanted to be like everyone else.

    You can listen to the full message here:- Message 2 Kings 17:1-41 “The Last King of Israel” Tallest Building in the World Barj Khalifa It dominates the landscape In some ways it sets the mood for the city. We are great, powerful, more

  • How To Avoid The Effects Of Sin Series

    Contributed by Paul Carlson on Dec 18, 2015

    PROPOSITION: Because Christ is the only one able to provide spiritual liberty; you must turn from your evil ways and submit to Him!

    How to Avoid the Effects of Sin 2 Kings 17:7-23 Scripture Introduction: Please turn with me to 2 Kings 17. Have you ever noticed the effects of sin in your life; broken or damaged relationships, contention in your home, and/or health issues. In this passage this morning God provides us more

  • And They Feared Not The Lord

    Contributed by Evangelist Stanley Baker on Feb 4, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    God could not deliver them into the hands of their enemies, or into the position of victory; whichever depended upon their disobedience or obedience.

    And They Feared Not The Lord By Rev Stanley Baker 2 Kings 17: 20—25 In our text this morning I would like for you to see what happened to Israel and Judah as they turned from the Lord and turned to sin. In verse 29 we see that God more

  • The Beginning Of The End Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Aug 29, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    A journey through the Bible inspired by Randy Frazee and Max Lucado. The kingdom is defeated, but good news is coming in Jesus.

    The Beginning of the End January 30, 2011 - The Story - 16 Did you know that the colonialists wanted to make George Washington a king. But he refused. Because George and many of the colonists believed that there was only one king, and it was not King George III. On April 22, 1774, before more

  • Why All The Fuss? Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Jun 15, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    There is a need for law and order so God has given His law with specific purposes and powers.

    “Law & Order: SPU – Why All the Fuss?” 2 Kings 17:1-23; Romans 1:18-32 It hits the news on a fairly regular basis. Someone, somewhere, is upset because the 10 commandments are posted in public view in a public place – and they want them taken down. Meanwhile, another more

  • All Worship Is Not Acceptable

    Contributed by Ramsey Ledford on Jul 19, 2005
    based on 20 ratings

    This is a sermon on how to both worship and fear God as He desires us to rather that simply going through the "form" of religion only.

    “All Worship is Not Acceptable” Introduction: Assyria conquered Israel and most were deported from Samaria to Assyria. Assyria replaced the deported Israelites with captives of other countries to live in Samaria. This is where our text will pick up. #1) What has been imported into our way of more