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Posts from June 2015

2 Chronicles 19-23

2 Chronicles 19-23 How did Jehoshaphat confront his fear when he heard the news of the approaching army? We see the negative influence the women had on the kings. Who did Jehoram marry? (21:6) Who prophesied about Jehoram’s demise? Who was Ataliah? How did God use Jehoshabeath to preserve the royal line of David? How […]

1Kings 22; 2 Chronicles 18

1Kings 22; 2Chronicles 18 It’s hard to believe that Ahab was given second chances by the Lord yet he refused to listen to the Lord in this matter which ultimately led to his death. I find it interesting that the accounts in the book of Kings and Chronicles are so very similar. What do you […]

1 Kings 20-21

1 Kings 20-21 Ahab appears to be one of the worst and most spineless of the kings, yet in spite of all the evil he did God spared him on at least two occasions. Of course the evil he did had a lasting impact on the generations to follow. At the end of chapter 20, […]

1 Kings 10-11; 2 Chronicles 9

1 Kings 10-11; 2 Chronicles 9 In the 1st Kings passages we see how Solomon allowed the ‘things of this world’ to become his primary passion and driving force. Genesis 2:23-24 and Deuteronomy 17:16 are just two areas where we see him blatantly breaking God’s law. The book of Ecclesiastes seems to sum up the […]

1 Kings 17-19

1 Kings 17-19 We meet Elijah, who appears rather suddenly with little introduction, in today’s reading. Was Ahab king of Israel or Judah? How does God direct Elijah? Does He give Elijah the whole plan – a view of the overall picture, or does He lead him step by step? How does this apply to […]

1 Kings 15:25-16:34; 2 Chronicles 17

1 Kings 15:25-16:34; 2 Chronicles 17 There isn’t a lot to cheer about in Israel. Today we read about a string of kings who had no fear of the Lord. On the other hand, Judah remains focused on God (at least for now). Note verse 17:5 from 2nd Chronicles. Who established the kingdom? I see […]

1 Kings 15: 1-24; 2 Chronicles 13-16

1 Kings 15: 1-24; 2 Chronicles 13-16 As we read through the histories of the divided kingdoms and their respective leaders, I feel like a cheerleader on the sidelines, cheering those on who are walking with the Lord. When the kings choose to seek God and lead an example for their followers, they prosper and […]

2 Chronicles 8-10

2 Chronicles 8-10 For all of the wisdom that Solomon had collected and apparently passed on to his son, it’s hard to imagine Rehoboam’s foolishness. Both in yesterday’s chapters in 1 Kings and today’s chapters in 2 Chronicles, we read about the division of the kingdom of Israel. Though we can’t put the blame on […]

1 Kings 12-14

1 Kings 12-14 Rehoboam and Jeroboam (I often struggle with these names, yet it’s very important to get them straight, so pay very close attention to the reading today.) In the chapters today, we see Solomon’s quest for everything under the sun results in a divided kingdom and widespread idolatry. Why do you think Jeroboam […]

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