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   Mistakes That Make You Look Like Ahab
   1 Kings 22; 2 Chronicles 19:1-2
Sunday Morning Service,  February 14, 2016
 
Jehoshaphat was a godly king in Judah. But, he made a series of mistakes in allying himself with Ahab. The progression of mistakes nearly cost him his life and certainly displeased God.

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   Josiah and the Tragic End of Judah
   2 Chronicles 34-36
Sunday School,  May 2, 2010
The reign of Josiah and the fall of Judah teach Christians important lessons, that we should present the gospel to children, appreciate and treasure God's Word, anguish at our sin, persevere in our faith, "keep the feast" through church discipline, choose our leaders carefully, and consider the gravity of sin.

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   King Manassah
   2 Chronicles 33
Sunday School,  April 25, 2010
An evil king's repentance for his personal sins brings restoration, but fails to avert judgment for his nation.

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   King Hezekiah
   2 Chronicles 29-32
Sunday School,  April 18, 2010
We see in king Hezekiah another example of a good Davidic king in his purification of the Jerusalem temple and its ceremonies. The Chronicler's account of his life teaches us to submit to the authority of Christ, to have zeal for true worship, to expect mockery from those who hate the Lord, to give generously to the work of the risen Christ, and to glory in our Lord Jesus Christ, the true son of David, who is the true temple.

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   The Legacy of a Wicked King
   2 Chronicles 28
Sunday School,  April 11, 2010
This lesson is a consideration of the life of Ahaz, king of Judah. It details the events that led to his downfall.

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   Joash
   2 Chronicles.21-23
Sunday School,  March 21, 2010
The stories of Jehoram, Ahaziah, and Joash teach us the importance of remaining confident in God to return in the person of Jesus Christ and to be the king that was promised David. We also learn the importance of hearing our counselors, and of the importance of not straying from God's good promises of happiness when we follow his Word.

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   Jehoshaphat
   2 Chronicles.17-20
Sunday School,  March 14, 2010
The story of Jehoshaphat teaches us the importance of hearing the Word of God, of choosing wisely our alliances, of exercising faith in God to fulfill his promises, and of showing boldness for the sake of God and truth.

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   Asa, a Man of Like Passions
   2 Chronicles 14-16
Sunday School,  March 7, 2010
The life of King Asa teaches us to depend upon the Lord to do what he has promised, to respond humbly to the conviction of the word of God, to persevere in the faith, to be intolerant toward idolatry, and to wait for the coming King, Jesus Christ.

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   Abijah
   2 Chronicles 13, 1 Kings 15:1-8
Sunday School,  February 28, 2010
Abijah was scandalized by the contempt of Jeroboam for the Lord’s anointed and the divinely sanctioned temple worship. This led him to have a brief demonstration of piety, indicting Israel for their apostasy. In his speech, he notes several contrasts between the Northern and Southern Kingdoms. In this lesson, we learn again the importance of depending on the Lord to do what he has promised, of following the divinely sanctioned worship, and of remaining committed to Jesus Christ.

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   Rehoboam
   2 Chronicles 10 - 12
Sunday School,  February 14, 2010
Chronicles presents Rehoboam as a man who established his kingdom through shrewd choices. However, he did evil because he did not establish his heart to seek the Lord

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   An Introduction to Chronicles
   1 - 2 Chronicles
Sunday School,  January 10, 2010
Many people feel that Chronicles is a difficult book to read. After all, why read more of the same history after having read Samuel and Kings. Is Chronicles simply a repeat of those other books or an attempt to fill in the gaps? Or, is Chronicles a distinct book with a distinct message? We will find that the book of Chronicles is indeed a relevant book both to its original audience and to the N.T. church. This book is God's word to us.

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   Why We Praise
   2 Chronicles 20:1-30
Special Service,  November 21, 2007
 
God's Word says that believers in Christ should be people of praise. But what is the source of this praise? A threatening incident in the history of Judah teaches us a tremendous lesson concerning the praise of God's people.

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   Why Are the Chronicles in the Bible?
   1 & 2 Chronicles
Sunday School,  October 15, 2006
 


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