2 Samuel (Part  3)  and 1 Kings (Part I)  Alive!

The Spring 2019 quarter will feature 2 Samuel (Part 3) and 1 Kings (Part I)! This class will study 2 Samuel 8-19, verse-by-verse interactively.

This is an interactive Bible study of 2 Samuel 19-24 in the fifth book and 1 Kings 1:1-8 in the sixth book of the Old Testament Books of History. 2 Samuel 19 deals with David’s return to Jerusalem to his throne in the palace there after he fled from his murderous son, Absalom. Chapter 20 features the revolt of Sheba, who sought to lead ten tribes of Israel to leave David’s kingdom but who was killed before he could do it. Chapter 21 features the revenge of Gibeonites against seven of Saul’s sons, whom they executed. Chapter 22 is the same as Psalm 18, and is David’s praise to God for his deliverance for him from his enemies. Chapter 23 contains David’s last words and a list of his Mighty Men. Chapter 24 deals with David being led by Satan to conduct a census of his military and a plague as God’s judgment. We then have a thorough introduction to 1 Kings and 2 Kings. 1 Kings 1:1-8 introduces a feeble aged king of Israel, so David’s son, Adonijah, proclaimed he was the king against the wishes of David.  

The class shows us important attributes of God. It will help us as Christians to grow spiritually as we learn more about our Creator and ourselves and applies many Bible principles to our lives today. If you want to be discipled, this class will do that. The first class is Monday April 8, and continues for eight Mondays at 7:15pm – 8:45pm.

If you would like to take the class in Room 500 Mondays at 7:15 starting April 8 - May 27, 2019,  please visit the Welcome Center and sign up there. You may also email Dr. Lon.

 

For general inquiries regarding our Bible Institute, please contact the office.