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Responding in Anger

After King Jeroboam set up his golden calves and introduced the nation into idolatry (1 Kin 12:25-33), a prophet was sent to rebuke him and give him a sign that the altar he’d recently built would split apart ( 550 more words

Bible Commentary

What kind of eyesight do you have?

Solomon was blessed to build the first temple in Jerusalem. Early on in his reign he had asked for “an understanding heart…that I may judge between good and evil.” (I Kings 3:9) And this pleased God and He gave him a wise and understanding heart. 324 more words

Week 14 - A Kingdom Torn in Two

Scripture Readings:  1 Kings 12-16

Major Themes

Right Worship

Tearing down of “high places”

Idolatry (Golden Calves, Asherim)

Political Struggle

Jeroboam v Rehoboam

Israel v Judah… 87 more words

The Story


The founder and presiding pastor of Household of God Church International Ministries, Pastor Chris Okotie has said that President Goodluck Jonathan’s declaration for the 2015 presidential election on November 11, 2014 has occult significance. 384 more words


The end of King Abijah (2 Chr 13:19-13:23)

“King Abijah pursued King Jeroboam. He took cities from him, Bethel with its villages, Jeshanah with its villages, and Ephron with its villages. King Jeroboam did not recover his power in the days of King Abijah. 176 more words

King Abijah defends Yahweh worship (2 Chr 13:8-13:12)

“Now you think you can withstand the kingdom of Yahweh?

In the hand of the sons of David,

Because you are a great multitude

You have with you the golden calves… 259 more words

The priests and Levites of King Rehoboam (2 Chr 11:13-11:17)

“The priests and the Levites, who were in all Israel, presented themselves to King Rehoboam from all their territories. The Levites had left their common lands and their holdings. 234 more words