Illuminate: 1, 2 Kings; 1, 2 Chronicles

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Illuminate: 1, 2 Kings; 1, 2 Chronicles
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Prophets in the Age of Kings

 

After the reign of King David and King Solomon in Israel, the kingdom is split between the north (Israel made up of ten tribes) and the south (Judah and Benjamin). A series of kings follow in both kingdoms until Israel is destroyed in about 722 B.C. by the Assyrians, and Judah by King Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon in 586 B.C.  During this period the role of a prophet becomes a powerful phenomenon in both kingdoms as God raises up men and women who are chosen to communicate God's word and his will, often directly to the king in power. This study, instead of telling the familiar stories of the well-known kings, looks at ten different prophets and how they represent God in bringing either words of divine judgment or words of encouragement and assurance, depending on what the situation requires.

 

 

SAMPLE: Prophets in the Age of Kings

 

lessons

  1. Nathan and Political Intrigue (1 Kings 1:5-8, 11-14, 29-30, 38-40)

  2. Ahijah Prophesies Division! (1 Kings 11:26-33, 40, 12:20-24)

  3. Prophecy against Jeroboam (1 Kings 13:1-10)

  4. A Miracle of Provision (1 Kings 17:1-16)

  5. The Contest of Gods (1 Kings 18:1-2, 16-19, 22-26, 36-39)

  6. Elijah and the Voice of God (1Kings 19:1-16)

  7. Micaiah and the Two Kings (1 Kings 22:1-9, 15-18)

  8. Elisha and the Enemy General (2 Kings 5:1-14)

  9. Elisha's Supernatural Insight (2 Kings 6:8-20)

10. The Prophet Nobody Knows (2 Chronicles 20:1-4, 14-17, 20-23)

11. Huldah the Prophetess (2 Chronicles 34:1-2, 8, 14-15, 19-28)

12. Hezekiah and the Prophet Isaiah (2 Kings 18:13, 19:9-16, 20, 20:32-36)

13. Jeremiah and King Zedekiah (Jeremiah 38:1-10, 14-18)

 

     

Sandy Wild
Focus on the Word

Becky Towne
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