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When strong kings came with armies, the ancient Israelites begged God for a king. Through the prophet Samuel, God did set up a monarchy. And it looked like this.

When strong kings came with armies, the ancient Israelites begged God for a king. Through the prophet Samuel, God did set up a monarchy. And it looked like this.

Moral Choices: King Solomon's good and bad decisions in the book of 1 Kings

Moral Choices: King Solomon's good and bad decisions in the book of 1 Kings

Burnout: Scripture for Burnout, Stress and Overwhelm - Life can get super hectic super fast, leaving us to feel completely overwhelmed and eventually totally burned out. Here is where to turn next time you find yourself in a season like that. by A Love Worth Living For

Burnout: Scripture for Burnout, Stress and Overwhelm - Life can get super hectic super fast, leaving us to feel completely overwhelmed and eventually totally burned out. Here is where to turn next time you find yourself in a season like that. by A Love Worth Living For

The Quick View Bible » Rulers of Israel and Judah This graphic goes well with the free bible lessons about the Divided Kingdom found at  http://missionbibleclass.org/old-testament-stories/old-testament-part-2/divided-kingdom/

The Quick View Bible » Rulers of Israel and Judah This graphic goes well with the free bible lessons about the Divided Kingdom found at http://missionbibleclass.org/old-testament-stories/old-testament-part-2/divided-kingdom/

1 Kings 20:1-21:29 {Be prepared to confront evil}  Most of us do not like confrontation.  Elijah was a man of extraordinary courage. God told him to go and ‘confront Ahab’ (v.18). Fearlessly he accused him of theft and murder and told him that he was in ‘the business of evil, defying God’ (v.20). Elijah’s words were so powerful that when Ahab heard them he repented. God showed him mercy (v.29). No matter what we have done, it is never too late to repent and seek God’s mercy.

1 Kings 20:1-21:29 {Be prepared to confront evil} Most of us do not like confrontation. Elijah was a man of extraordinary courage. God told him to go and ‘confront Ahab’ (v.18). Fearlessly he accused him of theft and murder and told him that he was in ‘the business of evil, defying God’ (v.20). Elijah’s words were so powerful that when Ahab heard them he repented. God showed him mercy (v.29). No matter what we have done, it is never too late to repent and seek God’s mercy.

Song of Songs: Day 3 Night of Separation Before the Wedding by Andrea Lucado Today's Text: Song of Songs 3:1-5, 1 Kings 4:20-34, Isaiah 55:1-13

Song of Songs: Day 3 Night of Separation Before the Wedding by Andrea Lucado Today's Text: Song of Songs 3:1-5, 1 Kings 4:20-34, Isaiah 55:1-13

The 12 Places You Absolutely Must Visit In Florida This Spring

The 12 Places You Absolutely Must Visit In Florida This Spring

POWER OF GOD WORKSHEET printable (wind, earthquake, fire, God's whisper)

POWER OF GOD WORKSHEET printable (wind, earthquake, fire, God's whisper)

A visual summary of the Old Testament kings of Judah and Israel (from the books of 1&2 Kings). PDF version

A visual summary of the Old Testament kings of Judah and Israel (from the books of 1&2 Kings). PDF version

And after the earthquake a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire; and after the fire a still small voice. 1 Kings 19:12 What does God’s voice sound like? In 1 Kings 19, the Prophet Elijah is afraid for his life and on the run. He prays in verse 4, “I have had enough, Lord, Take my life, for I am no better than my ancestors who have already died.” (ever felt like that?) Then the writer of Kings tells us that an Angel appeared to him... <<CLICK THE IMAGE TO KEEP READING>>

And after the earthquake a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire; and after the fire a still small voice. 1 Kings 19:12 What does God’s voice sound like? In 1 Kings 19, the Prophet Elijah is afraid for his life and on the run. He prays in verse 4, “I have had enough, Lord, Take my life, for I am no better than my ancestors who have already died.” (ever felt like that?) Then the writer of Kings tells us that an Angel appeared to him... <<CLICK THE IMAGE TO KEEP READING>>