Sermons on Faithfulness
Sunday Morning Series: The Parables of Jesus
Wednesday Night Series: The Book of Genesis
Wednesday Night Series: The Bible From 30,000 Feet
Solomon said that righteousness exalts a nation. But we look at the reverse of that in this chapter as we see the wickedness of king Ahaz and the effect of that in Judah. We discuss how that parallels with our nation and how we are to respond.
Asa is the new king of Judah and he turns things around. He directs people back to the Lord and they are greatly blessed. As an army of a million soldiers comes against them, Asa has such confidence in the Lord, that he calls out and says, ‘Lord, it is nothing for you to help!’ We learn some great lessons and application for us today through Asa’s example.
It’s easy to live in a place of isolation or anonymity. But is that what God intends for us? Is that an adequate way for the church to function? We take a look this morning at the operation of the early church and what they saw as a priority.
These two Psalms recount the many ways that God has shown Himself faithful to Israel in their history. It’s a reminder to us to count our blessings. Bible Text: Psalms 105-106