It seems almost unimaginable that King Solomon would stray from ‘true religion’, yet that is exactly what happened to this king of Israel. What is the lesson for us today?
I Kings 10 is such an amazing chapter, and Pastor Jim Scullion was quite excited to tell us about it. You may find it interesting, too.
Pastor Scullion provided some insight to this unusual chapter in 1 Kings.
In this week’s text, we see the beginning of the ceremony Solomon decreed to bring the ark to the temple just built in Jerusalem. This is of great historical interest, but even more, it reveals at least three things in the nature of our God. Listen as our guest preacher Jim Scullion spells this out.
What does the OT “Furnishing of the Temple” have to do with us today?
Why is all the detail given about Solomon’s temple? Pastor Jim lays that our very nicely.
“What is this chapter doing in the Bible?” is a question you might understandably ask about 1 Kings 5. Pastor Jim believes that it just might be there to help us understand how God’s Providence plays out in life and history.
God’s plan in making a great nation of Israel is evident during the reign of Solomon. What can we learn from this narrative about redemption, human failure, and a greater King? Listen here as our visiting preacher explains the text.