The King and the King of Kings

1 and 2 Kings

We see each king in this passage confronted with a choice: Yo rule under God?s authority or reject His authority.  We learn that rejecting God?s authority over our lives can lead to loss of the very thing we want to hold onto. When we acknowledge God?s authority in our lives, we experience, like Elijah, that God leads us step by step as He prepares us, always reminding us, ?Trust ME, I?m your King.?

Ann HolfordOct 11, 2007
1 Kings 12 - 17

In This Series (10)
God's Revival and Righteous Wrath
Jennifer LewisNov 15, 2007
Going, Going, Gone
Ann HolfordNov 8, 2007
The Sad Story
Jennifer LewisNov 1, 2007
Snapshots from Elisha's Scrapbook
Ann HolfordOct 25, 2007
The Faithful Few and the Faithful One
Jennifer LewisOct 18, 2007
The King and the King of Kings
Ann HolfordOct 11, 2007
Solomon's Reign: Construction, Consecration, Confirmation and Consequences
Jennifer LewisOct 4, 2007
Solomon's Strong Start
Ann HolfordSep 27, 2007
Context is Key!
Jennifer LewisSep 20, 2007
Join the Journey!
Jennifer LewisSep 13, 2007