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  • Ahab Series

    Contributed by Roshelle Brenneise on Feb 2, 2023

    Ahab was one of the worst Kings of Israel EVER and yet, Yahweh still tried to get his heart and turn him around before it was too late.

    February 04, 2023 Ahab: Reigned for 22 years in Israel (874-853) = EVIL. The events of his 22-year reign are broken down as follows: • Ahab and Elijah – including the Mt. Carmel Showdown – we will cover Elijah in a separate sermon. • Ahab and Ben-hadad • Ahab and Naboth • Ahab’s Final more

  • Prophecy And Grace

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Sep 11, 2015

    We as Christians know that all people are responsible to God for their actions. God is the final King over this earth, and he holds all of us accountable for our actions.

    The story in 1 Kings 21:17-29 is the aftermath of King Ahab’ theft of Naboth’s vineyard by murder. It is a story of prophecy and grace. Ahab died in battle shortly after the events in this story, and dogs licked his blood at the pool in Samaria. Believers have the courage not to take more

  • Ahab And Jezebel Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Oct 3, 2022

    Ahab was one in a line of increasingly evil kings in Israel's history, starting with the reign of Jeroboam. King Ahab "did more evil in the eyes of the LORD than any of those before him" (1 Kings 16:30).

    Ahab and Jezebel According to the Hebrew Bible, Ahab was the seventh king of Israel, the son and successor of King Omri, and the husband of Jezebel of Sidon. The Hebrew Bible presents Ahab as a wicked king. Died 852 BC · Ramoth-Gilead, Syria Father Omri Reign 871 – 852 BC Burial Samaria, more

  • Embrace The Truth Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Dec 9, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Seek the truth with sincerity, speak the truth with integrity, and stand by the truth with courage.

    This passage is now the third in the series of Ahab’s encounters with the Word of God. • From chapters 20-22 the author recounted some incidents when the King was confronted by the Word of God. • The Lord has not rejected Ahab (yet) even though he has been stubborn and unbelieving. The first more

  • Selective Hearing

    Contributed by James May on Feb 18, 2003
    based on 87 ratings

    Ahab only wanted to hear positive prophecies but we can’t always hear only what we want to. We must hear the whole counsel of God even when it isn’t pleasant to the ears.

    Disclaimer: Due to the large amount of sermons and topics that appear on this site I feel it is necessary to post this disclaimer on all sermons posted. These sermons are original to the author and the leading of the Holy Spirit. While ideas and illustrations are often gleaned from many more

  • Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back Series

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Aug 15, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    God treats sinners like us the same way he treated the vile King Ahab - with patience and mercy.

    Of all the villains in the Star Wars movies, who is the most infamous? Darth Maul? Count Dooku? General Grievous? No. Darth Vader is the most notorious villain of them all. Even those who have never seen Star Wars before know that Darth Vader is a bad guy. Who’s been the most recognizable villain more

  • Ahab And Jezebel Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Oct 3, 2022

    King Ahab is arguably the evilest king of the Northern Ten Tribes of Israel. He was the first Israelite king to marry a heathen (non-Israel) woman, the beautiful but devilish Jezebel. Together they became one of the most sinful couples in Biblical history.

    Ahab and Jezebel According to the Hebrew Bible, Ahab was the seventh king of Israel, the son and successor of King Omri, and the husband of Jezebel of Sidon. The Hebrew Bible presents Ahab as a wicked king. Died 852 BC · Ramoth-Gilead, Syria Father Omri Reign 871 – 852 BC Burial Samaria, more

  • "The Guided Missile"

    Contributed by Ray Scott on Feb 4, 2004
    based on 44 ratings

    This is a first-person, expository sermon, told from the point of view of Micaiah, the Prophet of God. Micaiah tells the story of King Ahab and King Jehoshaphat, and the desire (or lack thereof) to know the will of God.

    “The Guided Missile” INTRODUCTION: Do you really want to know God’s will? A lot of people DON’T. WHY? BECAUSE … it might NOT be YOUR WILL. THEN … that becomes a problem. We have to choose between: o Doing what we KNOW is the will of God … BUT … what we DON’T REALLY WANT to do. o OR … more

  • Agent Micaiah And The Itching Ears Series

    Contributed by Norayr Hajian on Apr 10, 2008
    based on 16 ratings

    It’s been said, "If I want your opinion, I’ll give it to you." We tend to listen to those who tell us what we want to hear. Itching Ear Syndrome is dangerous. This message asks the question: Does it Really Matter Who I Listen To?

    Last Sunday we looked at Agent Elijah and considered the question; “Does It Really Matter What I Believe?” · This morning, we’re going to look at another one of God’s prophets, Agent Micaiah, and consider the question; “Does it Really Matter Who I Listen To?” · You’ve probably heard the statement; more

  • Characters PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 25, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Emphasize the importance of integrity, honesty, and respect for others' property rights, as demonstrated in the story of King Ahab, Naboth, and God's role in property rights.

    Good morning, church family! Today, we'll be diving into a story that might be familiar to some of you, but one that still has a lot to teach us about character and how we interact with others. Before we dive into the text, I'd like to share a quote from C.S. Lewis, who once wrote, "Integrity is more

  • The Foreigner Series

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Nov 26, 2022

    Imagining Jezebel's story - a woman who clung to her power and her gods in the face of enormous pressure. Are the two connected?

    My name is Jezebel. I am a Phoenician princess, the daughter of Eshbaal, King of Sidon and the Queen of Israel, the strongest nation in the world from Assyria to Egypt. My father Eshbaal gave me in marriage to Ahab of Israel to strengthen the alliance between our two countries, because although we more

  • The High Cost Of Being Too Busy

    Contributed by Johnny Carver on Feb 27, 2004
    based on 37 ratings

    This message urges each one of us to take a look at our priorities. Are we at peace with God and our self?

    Scripture: 1 Kings 20:35 – 43 Title: “The High Cost of Being Too Busy” Introduction: Ahab inherited the kingship over Israel when his father died. Ahab’s name is associated with evil royalty because of the way he lived. Ahab married Jezebel who was even more wicked than him. Ahab set up altars for more

  • Who Let The Dogs Out Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Aug 30, 2001
    based on 290 ratings

    This is the fifth sermon in the series "Finding Freedom From Sin". This sermon compares those who are living in sin and those who are following God.

    Sunday Morning September 2, 2001 Bel Aire Baptist Church, Hobbs, New Mexico Series: Finding Freedom From Sin #5 WHO LET THE DOGS OUT? 1 Kings 21 Introduction: 1. There is a popular song amongst our youth and children titled “Who Let The Dogs Out?” The lyrics go like this, “Who let the dogs more

  • The Banquet And The Battle

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Jan 10, 2020

    A free meal almost cost this king his life!

    Background: the kingdom of Israel, or the ten northern tribes, had been at peace with Syria for three years. Peace didn’t seem to last very long back then, and Ahab, king of Israel, now decided to reconquer a city which had been lost to Syria. Apparently it was still under Syria’s control. more

  • Ahab The Cowardly Husband

    Contributed by David Parks on Sep 19, 2002
    based on 14 ratings

    This morning we are going to talk about Ahab the cowardly husband.

    BIBLE CHARACTERS – AHAB TEXT: 1 Kings 16:30-33 INTRODCUTION: 1 This morning we are going to talk about Ahab the Hen Pecked husband. 2 Ahab was the 7th king of Israel. 3 He was a very good military strategist. 4 That’s about all that can be said about him that is good. 5 The Bible pretty well more