Tags » Jeroboam

Power Problems and the Call to Service

Rehoboam traveled to Shechem where all Israel had gathered to inaugurate him as king. Jeroboam had been in Egypt, where he had taken asylum from King Solomon; when he got the report of Solomon’s death he had come back.

1,792 more words
Ethics And Justice

The Golden Calf Syndrome

In revisiting unholy habits yesterday, I didn’t deal with the root issue—the idols we worship.

For some of us, we need to face the fact that we have accepted false gods into our lives, just as Israel accepted the gods of Egypt or as they adopted Baal or the Asherah of the Canaanites and the other neighboring peoples. 814 more words


Living a Service-centered Life, 1 Kings 12:1-19

1 Kings 12:1-19

As we read together, ask yourself:   What do I need to know to understand this story?

who is who?

where is where? 1,034 more words

Israel Divided

Hello again!

Today we are continuing the stories of Israel’s history through the old testament. Today’s story comes from 1 Kings 12.

So King Solomon had done some great things for God, but also made some bad choices, and worshipped other pretend gods and set up statues and places to worship those pretend gods. 421 more words

Old Testament

The Divided Kingdom

Welcome back, sojourners!  This week we’re learning of Israel’s birth via God’s covenant given through Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.  Yesterday we studied brief details about two of Jacob’s sons, Judah and Joseph.  528 more words

LFTBH - Fall 2015

Christendom and the Sin of Jeroboam

On occasion, friend and fellow Messianic, Tzefanyah ben Yochanan, has visions that are prophetic in nature.  This morning my email had a detailed vision that he had yesterday, and it triggered some thoughts.  1,195 more words

A Thought...

Scripture at Sunrise 8.24.2015

Sunday Evening | Pastor Steve Wainright | The Lasting Effects of Sin | 1 Kings 14:1-20
“And he will give Israel up because of the sins of Jeroboam, which he sinned and made Israel to sin.” -1 Kings 14:16…
86 more words

Scripture At Sunrise