• Elisha Succeeds Elijah

    1 Kings 19:19–21; 2 Kings 2:1–14

    Leaders of God’s people come and go, but His Word remains. No figure besides the Lord is indispensable in His kingdom, which is why we should not esteem any teacher or leader more than we esteem the Lord. God’s kingdom ...Read More

  • Christian Amnesia

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  • Seeking the Wrong God

    1 Kings 22:51–2 Kings 1:18

    Idolatry is not a benign sin but is something that the Lord takes extremely seriously. Thus, we should daily seek to put to death any impulses to idolatry in our own lives. Let us devote ourselves to inquiring only of ...Read More

  • The Lord’s Battle

    2 Chronicles 20

    To cry out earnestly for God’s help, we must know our need for it. C.H. Spurgeon says in his sermon “The Singing Army” that “one of the most prevailing arguments to be used in prayer with God is a ...Read More

  • Jehoshaphat’s Successes

    2 Chronicles 17

    It takes wisdom to choose the right associations. While we want to be as generous and open as possible, we cannot be spiritually united with those who profess faith in Christ and yet jettison key tenets of orthodoxy. We cannot ...Read More

  • A Lying Spirit from the Lord

    2 Chronicles 18

    Second Chronicles 18 reminds us that God is to be feared. He is gracious and will not refuse anyone who turns to Him in faith. But He is also holy, and He will not continue sending His truth to those ...Read More

  • Naboth’s Vineyard

    1 Kings 21

    We are to fight injustices such as false accusations as we are able. Nevertheless, we may not be fully vindicated in this life. At the return of Jesus, however, all will be set right, and He will reveal the truth ...Read More

  • How to Avoid Spiritual Decline

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  • Ahab Fights Ben-hadad

    1 Kings 20

    One commentator notes that even Christians can think that God is strong in one place and not so strong in another. Perhaps we think He is concerned only with big events and not the details of our lives. Maybe we ...Read More

  • Elijah at Horeb

    1 Kings 19:1–18

    Elijah thought he was the only faithful person left in Israel, but he was wrong (1 Kings 19:18). Matthew Henry writes that “in times of the greatest degeneracy and apostasy God has always had, and will have, a remnant faithful ...Read More

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