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Posts Tagged ‘II Kings’

Today Pastor Dan wraps up our series of studies on the prophet Elisha. His name means “My God Saves” and that was also his message. Today, from the tale of some unlikely heroes, we learn that God wants all people everywhere to know of his salvation and to experience the blessings of his shalom.

Bible Verse:  II Kings 7:3-16

Today’s story is about a man who heard the promise of God’s salvation but he didn’t believe it. The result was disastrous. Proverbs 3:5 says: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding.” This man in our story today did the opposite: he leaned on his own understanding and did not trust God. May this be a cautionary tale for us and also an encouragement to know that – yes, God does keep all his promises!

Bible Verse: 2 Kings 6:24-7:2 and 7:16-20

Today Pastor Dan continues our study on the Elisha stories. Today’s story reminds us that we live in a two-story universe and there’s more to life than meets the eye. In all our earthly struggles, despite the chaos of this world, we are called to look up and remember that God is on the throne. He is with us, surrounded by his holy angels. We are not alone. He is our ever-present help and our eternal hope. Do not be afraid.

Bible Verse: II Kings 6:9-23

We are continuing today a series we began last week, based on stories about the Old Testament prophet Elisha. His name means “My God Saves” (the title of our series), and his ministry includes many miracles that God did through him. Today’s story is a study in contrasts. One person who was far from God drew near and another person who was near to God fell away. You know which type of person you want to be, right? But this message might help us think about which type we really are.

Bible Verse: II Kings 5:15-27

This past Spring we studied the life and ministry of Elijah. Starting today we will examine the life and ministry of his successor, the prophet Elisha. Just as Elijah’s message was reflected in his name (which means “My God is Yahweh”), so Elisha’s name provides a preview of his ministry. “Elisha” means “My God Saves,” and his ministry includes many miracles that God performed through him. Today we will meet a recipient of God’s salvation – a man named Naaman, an “outsider” who learned through suffering & weakness to trust and obey the God of Israel, the only true God

Bible Verse: II Kings 5:1-15

Today Pastor Brink will present the last message in our Elijah series. Today’s message is not just about the end of Elijah’s ministry, it’s a picture of God’s desire and plan to continue Elijah’s prophetic ministry. Times have changed, but our calling today is similar to that of Elijah: Representing God in an Age of Unbelief. We are the heirs and successors of Elijah. And the effectiveness of this series should be measured not just in how much better we understand the Bible, but also in how much more willing we are to stand up and speak up for God in an age of unbelief and disobedience.

Bible Reading: II Kings 2:1-15

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