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Kings

Kings

Dec 2018 - Apr 2020
Sermons in this series
Wed, Apr 29, 2020
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1 hr 0 mins 6 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 25. In this chapter we see the destruction of Jerusalem and the people of Judah taken captive. In this we see that they have rejected the Lord and walked away from Him, and these were the results. The Lord wants to bless our lives, He wants to use us for good. We can fight against it or surrender and obey. Walk with the Lord and allow Him to make something beautiful out of your life.
Wed, Apr 22, 2020
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1 hr 26 mins 33 secs
Pastor Rod explains how it is the beginning of the end for Judah.
Wed, Apr 15, 2020
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58 mins 34 secs
Pastor Rod teaches 2 Kings 23. In it we see how Josiah restores true worship in Judah as he tears down the false altars that the kings before him had set up. But, we also see him make a foolish decision in getting into a battle that wasn't his. We must not get to the point where, because we are greatly used by the Lord, we think we can make things happen without Him. We also see that once Josiah is dead, the revival that took place in his reign died out. For revival to to last, it has to be in the hearts of the people, and their hearts being committed to the Lord.
Wed, Apr 01, 2020
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52 mins 18 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 22. In this story we read about the beginning of the reign of Josiah over Judah. In this story, the high priest finds the Book of the Law and when it is read, Josiah tears his clothes because the nation has not followed the Word of God. Because of this, Josiah is spared from the judgment that is coming to Judah for their obedience. We should stay in awe of the Word of God, and pray that we have a tender and humble heart towards God, and follow Him regardless of what others may do.
Wed, Mar 25, 2020
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59 mins 40 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 21, where we see Manasseh, son of Hezekiah, reign as king over Judah. Manasseh was a wicked king, who caused Israel to sin more than the nations that Israel drove out the promised land. But as 2 Chronicles 33 says, Manasseh repented and God forgave and restored him. How great is the grace of God. Yet, even though Manasseh was forgiven, sin still had its consequences as his son Amon was also a wicked king. Let us live knowing that our actions now can affect generations after us.
Wed, Mar 04, 2020
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1 hr 1 mins 13 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 20. We see in this story that Hezekiah, after the Lord answers Hezekiah's prayer to save his life from a sickness, Hezekiah shows the king of Babylon all the treasures of Israel. The Lord tells Hezekiah through Isaiah that because he did this, Babylon will one day take Judah captive. We must be careful who we let into our life, and what we show them and tell them. And even when we do tell people about our life, let us give God the glory and point people to Him.
Wed, Feb 26, 2020
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48 mins 36 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 19, where we see God save Judah from the Assyrians. In this story we continue to see king Hezekiah go before the Lord as the king of Assyria continues to threaten him. And the result, God delivers Judah in a mighty way. Are you going through a trial? Do you feel like the odds are against you? Go before the Lord, He is mighty to save regardless of what your situation looks like.
Wed, Jan 29, 2020
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1 hr 2 mins 49 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 18, where we see the king of Assyria send messengers to Hezekiah king of Judah. The messengers were trying to strike fear into the hearts of Hezekiah and the people of Judah, telling them that God cannot save them from the king of Assyria, and promising them great things to them if they surrender. But Hezekiah chose to trust in the Lord. The enemy comes in and lies to us as well, making us think the trials we're in are too great for the Lord, and that if we compromise, he will give us whatever we want. Don't yield to him, but trust in the Lord, hold onto His Word, and He will deliver you.
Wed, Jan 15, 2020
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56 mins 14 secs
Pastor Rod teaches in 2 Kings 16. In this story we see the kings of Syria and Israel come against Ahaz, king of Judah. The Lord, through Isaiah, promised Ahaz protection, but instead of calling on the Lord and trusting in Him, he calls on the king of Assyria instead. How often do we ignore the promises of God, and instead of putting our trust in Him, we run to someone or something else and put our trust in that. Let us examine ourselves and see if we really are putting the Lord first in our lives.
Wed, Jan 08, 2020
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52 mins 1 sec
Pastor Rod teaches about the kings in the North and the South. God's eternal Word helps us understand what He wants of us. As we remember that God teaches us to be alert, He gives us the ability to repent. And if we humble ourselves and seek His Ways, nothing is beyond God's reach!
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