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Too Weird for Hollywood (by Jason Craig)

I’m currently teaching a course at BTS on the books of Samuel and Kings. One of the assignments is to write a blog about a controversial passage in these two books.   510 more words

1 & 2 Kings

1 Kings 12 and 13

Sometimes it is just good to sit down and write/draw. Today I was reading 1 Kings 12 and 13 and decided that I should write down the story and what I thought was important. 373 more words



Once upon a time, there was a prophet named Amos.  He baked some cookies, and then he got famous.

O.k. fine, the idiocy of that joke is indicative of how hard it’s been for me to start writing this review even though I finished reading Amos over a week ago.  2,501 more words

April 23 / 2 Chronicles 10-12

When Solomon dies, his son, Rehoboam, is crowned king and very quickly gets off to a rocky start. He forsakes the wisdom of his old counselors about being kind to the people, and follows the advice of young, ambitious advisers. 454 more words

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She didn’t believe the ol’ kook’s tirade! What did he know? He was so decrepit that she would be surprised if he didn’t croak before the day was out. 944 more words


He Lied

Today’s Reading:  1 Kings 12 – 13

“He said unto him, I am a prophet also as thou art; and an angel spake unto me by the word of the LORD, saying, Bring him back with thee into thine house, that he may eat bread and drink water.

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April 3 / 1 Kings 9-11

After the Temple and the royal palace are constructed, the Lord speaks to Solomon about the future. He tells him that his presence will continue in the Temple as long as his name is honored there. 620 more words

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