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Kings 14

Posted on by John Chiarello

KINGS 14

 

Isaiah 42:19

Who is blind, but my servant? or deaf, as my messenger that I sent? who is blind as he that is perfect, and blind as the Lord's servant?

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Kings 14- https://youtu.be/Vd56L16USJA

https://vimeo.com/241868238

http://ccoutreach87.com/11-3-17-kings-14/

http://ccoutreach87.com/11-3-17-kings-14-2/ 

 

ON VIDEO- [Filmed by the Oso bay]

.The bible page I saw on the ground [yes- they use them for rolling papers]

.Homeless stuff

.The Hermit documentary- Canada- he jumped off the train and lived his whole life by Gully lake

.Jeroboam tells his wife to put on a disguise and go talk to the prophet

.The prophet does indeed have a message for her

.But it’s not ‘good’

.The blind prophet- he ‘sees’ pretty well

.The comment on my Youtube video- was he a cop?

.How did I respond?

.God uses King David as the standard

.Rehoboam’s legacy was bad too

.Practical application for leadership in the church

.Ministry gifts [5-fold]

.Be honest- but at times we forget it

.2 stories from days gone by- Kleberg county jail bible study and my days as a youth pastor for a fundamental baptist church

.I had a new kid in my class- he had a Pentecostal back ground

.He asked me ‘John- I don’t feel the same way when I was first baptized in the Holy Spirit and spoke in tongues’

.How did I answer him?

 

NEW- I’ll add my past teaching below on this chapter-

Just a few notes-

This chapter covers the end of the reigns of king Jeroboam and Rehoboam-

 

Both of them did wrong- and both of their legacies are indeed tainted.

Jeroboam reigned 22 years over the northern tribes-

Rehoboam reigned 17 years over the southern [Judah]

 

In the beginning of the video you see a card I found on the ground- it speaks of new beginnings, I hung it on a tree right before I started making the video.

 

Here’s a verse that would fit with the card-

 

Ezekiel 43:27

Verse聽Concepts

'When they have completed the days, it shall be that on the eighth day and onward, the priests shall offer your burnt offerings on the altar, and your peace offerings; and I will accept you,' declares the Lord GOD."

 

I guess it fits in some way with the message-

The history of these kings was God removing them- and giving the kingdom to new men-

Yet many of these new men ruined their chances to lead the people in right paths.

 

Then they too die- and their sons take over the helm.

This is the story of the kings in the Old Testament-

Lots of their kids did bad things too- but down the road we we also see a few shining lights.

 

People who rose to power- and realized they had a great responsibility under God- and took their roles seriously.

These future kings marked new beginnings for the people under them.

 

The ultimate fulfillment of a righteous future king will come to pass thru the reign of Jesus Christ- the King of kings and Lord of Lords.

He puts and end to all the things of the past- and he institutes a new beginning- for everyone who will submit to his reign.

 

We see this in the promises of old things passing away- and new things coming to pass-

A motif we find all thru out scripture-

 18 Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old.

19 Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert. Is. 43

 

Thank God for new beginnings.

 

PAST POSTS- Past teaching I did that would relate to this post- [overblog- see here- https://ccoutreach87.com/2017/11/09/kings-14/ ]

 

https://ccoutreach87.com/1st-2nd-corinthians/ 

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