Saturday, October 22, 2016
''Prisoners for the Lord'' Part 1
Joseph Refused to be seduced by his boss's wife, resulting in false
Gen 39:7-23; accusations of sexual harassment and time in prison;
41:1-43 eventually rose to leadership according to God's plan.
Samson Allowed himself to be tricked by his lover Delilah into
Judge 16:21-31 revealing the secret of his strength resulting in arrest by
the Philistines who paraded him as a trophy until God
enabled him to take revenge-and his own life in the process.
Micaiah Refused to join other prophets in falsely predicting that
1 Kings 22:1-38 Ahab would succeed in battle resulting in his imprisonment Ahab did die in the battle.
Hanani As a seer of the Lord condemned King Asa for relying on
2 Chr 16:7-17 the Syrians, for which he was put in prison.
Friday, October 21, 2016
Summary of David's Reign
So David son of Jesse reigned
over all Israel. He ruled Israel
for forty years in all, seven years
from Hebron and thirty-three
years from Jerusalem. He died
at a ripe old age, having enjoyed
long life wealth and honor.
Then his son Solomon ruled in
his place. All the events of King
David's reign from beginning to
end are written in The Record of
Samuel the seer, The Record of
Nathan the prophet and the Record of
Gad the seer. These accounts include the
mighty deeds of his
reign and everything that happened
to him and to Israel and to
all the surrounding kingdom
Thursday, October 20, 2016
What is prayer?
Talking to God is called prayer. You can talk to the
Lord anywhere you are at any time, because He is always
Bible says that God wants us to pray to Him all the time. That
doesn't mean we never talk to anyone else. But it means we
should never stop talking to God.
The wonderful thing about talking to God is that He is better than
any other friend we can talk to. He cares about us more than anyone
else. He has the power to give us everything we
need. God wants us to ask Him for whatever
we need. And He loves to answer our
prayers by giving us what we ask for.