Sermons on 1 Kings
1 Kings 18.17-40
1 Kings 18:41-46 We are challenged to follow the example of Elijah praying for rain in our personal prayer lives.
1 Kings 8:54-61 We consider from Solomon’s benediction that God gives rest to his people, that He will be with us, that He will maintain our cause, and that He has provided an atoning sacrifice.
1 Kings 18:21 The world will cripple us spiritually if we are not careful. Are you trying to be a servant of two masters or are you following in Jesus’ footsteps, testifying with your life that He is God?
1 Kings 4:1, 20-21, 29-34 In Solomon’s day, after the Temple was finished, the kingdom of Israel was raised to its greatest glory, and the Lord provided a picture of the future glorious reign of the Lord Jesus Christ in the reign of Solomon.
1 Kings 8:54-66 On this Thanksgiving Day, we take a look at all we have to be thankful for in the Lord. He gives us many gifts every day and we must be sure that we do not take any of them for granted.
1 Kings 18:21 It is very foolish to remain undecided as to whether or not you will fully follow the Lord in whole-hearted obedience. The foolishness of indecision in following Christ.