Skip to main content
Resource Center

1 & 2 Kings

2 Kings 2:1-14

The Lord preserves and advances his Kingdom in unexpected ways.

Continue listen

2 Kings 3

The Lord and not Baal is the one who can provide life and salvation.

Continue listen

1 Kings 3:16-28

Israel's kings instruct us about the greater king who was to come.

Continue listen

2 Kings 12:1-21

The life of Joash teaches us that receiving the finest theological training does not immunize you from apostasy.

Continue listen

2 Kings 20:1-7

By the illness and healing sovereignly brought upon Hezekiah, the Lord causes him to completely turn and trust in the Lord.

Continue listen

2 Kings 11

Adjunct Faculty, Zach Keele   |   February 20,2008   |   Old Testament, 2 Kings   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, 1 & 2 Kings

Even in one of the darkest moments of redemptive history we see the Lord's preserving work.

Continue listen

2 Samuel 7:12-17, 1 Kings 11:1-13

The kings of Judah typologically point to the perfect king and fulfillment of the Davidic Covenant, Jesus Christ.

Continue listen

1 Kings 5:1-6, 2 Kings 17:6-23

Israel's kings were bent on idolatrous rebellion instead of living in and enjoying the new paradise they've been given.

Continue listen

1 Kings 18:17-19

The antithesis between the people of God and pagan culture is epitomized in the face-off between Elijah and Ahab.

Continue listen

1 Kings 6:11-13, 9:1-9

King Solomon was a 2nd Adam figure given the task to build God's house and the possibility of merited prosperity and blessing.

Continue listen