Elisha was called by God to leave a comfortable life and become the protégé of the prophet Elijah.Read More
The king who succeeded Solomon, Jeroboam, was nothing but bad from beginning to end.Read More
The 14th story in this series reinforces an important biblical lesson: what matters is not just how you start, but how you finish. In less than 50 years, the Israelites went from being united under one God, worshiping in the magnificent Temple and astonishing foreign dignitaries with their society, to being a fragmented, confused people who believed that one religious practice was as good as another.Read More
King David’s son Solomon is the focus of the 13th story in this series. The early part of his reign hints at God’s plans for His people for eternity.Read More
The centrally important Davidic Covenant is the focus of the 12th story in this series.
Focus text: 2 Samuel 7
This series is based on Ken’s coauthored book (with John Alan Turner), The 52 Greatest Stories of the Bible. Purchase here.Read More
David was unique among Israel’s kings. Being called a man after God’s own heart reflected not earthly perfection (he was far from that), but his real and honest relationship with God.Read More