Sermons from May 2020
This lesson continues a series considering the story of king Solomon, an individual whose life reveals both the look of growth and the challenges that seek to prevent growth. This lesson will explore Solomon’s request for wisdom from God in 1 Kings chapter three, how that request for God’s wisdom played a role in his growth, and what insights that request offers to us about our own growth.
John 14:28-31 Jesus says that the devil held no power over him. And yet the devil repeatedly used temptation in an attempt to trap Jesus. What temptation is most challenging for you? Does it help to know God gives us desires along with a good way to fulfill those desires? We are encouraged that Jesus understands our temptations; that he left us an example to follow; and most of all that we have His blood to fall back upon.
This lesson introduces a series considering the story of king Solomon, an individual whose life reveals both the look of growth and the challenges that seek to prevent growth. In particular, this lesson will survey the story of Solomon’s ascension to the throne, showing how his growth as king came from the help he received that enabled him to become king.