1 Kings (Preaching The Word Series)
The book of 1 Kings outlines the rise and fall of ancient Israel through the stories of fourteen kings. It is a book of great victories and devastating failures. In its pages are violence, betrayal, power, and politics. But no...
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The book of 1 Kings outlines the rise and fall of ancient Israel through the stories of fourteen kings. It is a book of great victories and devastating failures. In its pages are violence, betrayal, power, and politics. But no matter how great the accomplishments or evil the deeds, none of these kingdoms built by human kings could last.
John Woodhouse walks us through this book passage by passage as it reveals how God's purpose for the kings reaches far beyond what they could accomplish in their lifetimes. Their lives are part of a greater story, bearing witness about the King of kings, Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world-building and strengthening our faith as we set our eyes on the kingdom that will last forever.
Rev Dr John Woodouse, PhD., (Victoria University of Manchester) is the Principal, Moore College, Sydney, an Evangelical Anglican Theological College. Dr Woodhouse is an Old Testament specialist who has taught course such as The book of Joshua: expounding Old Testament Narrative and Preaching the books of Samuel as Christian Scripture, he is also actively involved in the Synod of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney. He has written numerous articles including Joshua, in New Geneva Study Bible. Edited by R.C. Sproul, B. Waltke, M. Silva. An is preparing 1 & 2 Samuel. An expository commentary in the Preach the Word series, and Christ in the Psalms. An introduction to the Christological understanding of the Psalms.