God chose the Israelites for Himself, but that doesn’t mean the Israelites always chose Him. Ancient Israel suffered through the reigns of some evil kings in the days of the split Kingdom. This week’s program, part 3 of 4 on the kings of Israel, breaks down the life of Manasseh, a wicked ruler over the Kingdom of Judah who learned an important lesson about the Lord at the end of his life. Discover the importance of making your faith your own in this week’s program!
Have you ever heard the term “Aliyah”? It describes the process of Jewish people immigrating to Israel. But this relocation is spiritually significant, and this week’s program will teach you why! Join us for an interview with The Friends of Israel’s Steve Herzig about his Aliyah-themed, Israel My Glory magazine article “No Place Like Home.” Then listen to Chris’s interview with Fred and Eva Schweig, Jewish believers in Jesus who made Aliyah personally and now serve with The Friends of Israel in Florida.
It’s hard to break a cycle of evil. Israel learned this lesson firsthand in the days of the split Kingdoms of Judah and Israel. But two of Judah’s kings stand out for their righteous rule of God’s people: Hezekiah and Josiah. Beyond their devotion to the Lord, they shared a surprising number of similarities. Join us for this second part in our 4-part series on kings in the line of Jesus to learn how God used these two men to draw His people out of spiritual darkness and unto Himself!
We are so blessed to serve the King of Kings: Jesus the Messiah! Here’s something we often forget: He has a royal bloodline, too. We’re opening a series on the kings of the split Israelite kingdom who preceded Jesus, beginning today with Asa. Join us as we study this king of the nation of Judah and great-grandson of Solomon whose decisions show us that a ruler’s success comes by following the Lord!
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