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Kings (2007)

Kings (2007)

September 2007 - December 2010

The study in Kings will cover both 1 Kings and 2 Kings. All of the kings of Israel, from the death of David and the reign of Solomon, through the divided Kingdom, to the end of the Southern Kingdom when they went into exile.

The purpose of 1 King and 2 Kings is to continue the narrative related to the Davidic kingship and the seed of Abraham where Samuel left off, beginning from the death of David. 1 Samuel covers the transition from the theocracy to the united monarchy and 2 Samuel focuses on the consolidation of the kingdom. 1 Kings begins with the glory and the expansion of the kingdom under Solomon and then its subsequent disintegration and eventual destruction in 2 Kings.

It has a historical purpose to trace the line but the most important thing is the theological purpose, that there are lessons to be learned here and the writer is showing how God is faithful to His promise, both in terms of blessing Israel in terms of grace and in terms of judgment. Grace and judgment continue to be themes. It also has a philosophical purpose because it gives us a divine philosophy of history. It is crucial to be able to look at history from the divine viewpoint and not from the viewpoint of economics or politics or race.

Video DVDs of these lessons can be ordered here and here.

To view all video Bible studies in the Kings series, click here (Vimeo) or here (YouTube).

To listen to this series as a podcast, copy and paste the following URL into your podcast software.
Sun, Nov 15, 2009
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 4:1-27
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 55 mins 20 secs
Sun, Nov 22, 2009
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 4:1-7
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 48 mins 2 secs
Sun, Nov 29, 2009
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 4:8-37
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 49 mins 23 secs
Sun, Dec 06, 2009
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 4:38-44
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 48 mins 25 secs
Sun, Dec 13, 2009
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 4:42-44
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 47 mins 50 secs
Sun, Dec 27, 2009
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 5
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 54 mins 55 secs
Sun, Jan 03, 2010
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 6:1-6
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 46 mins 30 secs
Sun, Jan 24, 2010
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 6:8-23
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 50 mins 2 secs
Sun, Jan 31, 2010
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 6:24-7:20
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 56 mins 33 secs
Sun, Feb 07, 2010
by Robert Dean
Passage: 2 Kings 8:1-6
Series: Kings (2007)
Duration: 48 mins 13 secs