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Flight 1KIN1 - 1 Kings 1-22

Taught on | Topic: 1 Kings | Keywords: commands, covenant, David, Elijah, Israel, Judah, king, kingdom, law, north, Solomon, south, temple

After years of being a powerful unified nation under King David, Israel, because of their disobedience, became a divided nation under many different kings. This book reveals a story of good kings and bad kings, true prophets and false prophets, and faithfulness and disobedience to God.

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Flight 1KIN1
1 Kings 1-22
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After years of being a powerful unified nation under King David, Israel, because of their disobedience, became a divided nation under many different kings. This book reveals a story of good kings and bad kings, true prophets and false prophets, and faithfulness and disobedience to God.
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Bible from 30,000 Feet - 2018, The

Bible from 30,000 Feet - 2018, The

Take your knowledge of the full scope of Scripture to soaring heights with The Bible from 30,000 Feet. In this series, Skip Heitzig pilots you through all sixty-six books of the Bible, revealing major themes, principles, people, and events from Genesis to Revelation. Fasten your seatbelt and open your Bible for this sweeping panorama of Scripture that will increase your faith in God's plan for the world-and for you.

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1 Kings 1-22
  1. Introduction
    1. In 1 Samuel 8:5, Israel demanded a king so they would be like other nations
      1. What they failed to remember was that the secret of their greatness was the fact that they were unlike other nations—they had a covenant with the living God
      2. The theocratic kingdom of Israel was a type of the theocratic kingdom God will bring about after the last days
    2. Saul, the king after his own heart, was replaced by David, the king after God's own heart—not that David was perfect
      1. From a worldly standpoint, David was a success—peerless both militarily and monetarily, handsome, and courageous
      2. But David couldn't lead his family, and that brought pain and trouble for him, his family, and the people of Israel
    3. Israel was a united kingdom under the monarchies of Saul, David, and Solomon
    4. Solomon saw outward growth and political strength, but chaos on a spiritual level—all from David, who had a divided marriage and a divided heart and thus the legacy of a divided nation
  2. The united kingdom (reign of Solomon) (1 Kings 1-11)
    1. "King David was old, advanced in years" (1:1)
      1. David died at age seventy, a relatively young age; he had lived a hard life, and the years took their toll on him physically, spiritually, and mentally
        1. When a ruler is in a weak, vulnerable state, there are those who look to take advantage of that opportunity
        2. David's fourth son, Adonijah, appointed himself the next king
      2. David had promised that Solomon would be the next king; Nathan and Bathsheba reminded him of this promise when they told him about Adonijah's self-appointment
      3. Solomon was anointed at the Gihon spring
    2. 1 Kings 2: David's final instructions to Solomon
      1. David charged Solomon to "prove [himself] a man" (v. 2) by following the Lord's commands
      2. God anticipated that Israel would have a king; in the Torah, God instructed that the king should have his own copy of the Law that he had transcribed himself (see Deuteronomy 17:18-20)
    3. Solomon's "kingdom was firmly established" (2:12)
    4. Before David died, he arranged with Solomon to take care of some political housekeeping to strengthen his son's hold on the kingdom—people that David could handle, but Solomon probably couldn't (Abiathar, Joab, Shimei)
    5. "Solomon loved the Lord" (3:3)
      1. God appeared to Solomon twice and spoke with him verbally
        1. At Gibeon, the Lord appeared to Solomon by a dream at night and said, "What shall I give you?" (3:5)
        2. Solomon recognized his own inadequacy and asked for "an understanding heart" (3:9) so that he might better lead the people of Israel
      2. Solomon ruled with both his head and his heart
        1. All brains and no heart leads to pride (see 1 Corinthians 8:1)
        2. 1 Corinthians 13:2
    6. Solomon began his reign well
      1. Building the temple, restructuring the city, and building roadways
      2. He also wrote 3,000 proverbs and 1,005 songs (Proverbs, Song of Solomon)
    7. 1 Kings 5-10: Solomon's splendor and success
      1. Solomon established a diplomatic relationship with Hiram of Tyre to secure cedars of Lebanon as well as men from Lebanon to build the temple
      2. Over 183,000 men were employed as the workforce to build the temple; one month on, two months off
        1. 30,000 men were sent to Lebanon (10,000 per month) to prepare the lumber
        2. 70,000 carried burdens
        3. 80,000 in the quarries
        4. 3,300 supervisors
    8. The temple was the zenith of Solomon's reign
      1. The Midrash states that the center of the earth is the temple in Jerusalem
      2. Solomon's temple followed the dimensions of the tabernacle times two, except for the height, which was three times taller than the tent
        1. Herod's temple was much larger, but Solomon's was grander
        2. Solomon's temple was small—2,700 square feet—but took $11 million to build ($4,000/square foot)
      3. In the 1800s, caverns believed to be Solomon's quarries were discovered near the Damascus Gate
        1. To quarry the stone, holes were drilled in the limestone—a hole every few inches along a line, to whatever dimensions were needed for that stone—then wood was put in the holes and water was poured in intervals and in a certain sequence, so that the wood in the holes expanded and broke the stone apart
        2. The stone would be finished with hammer and chisel, then taken to the temple and slid into place—no construction aside from assembly occurred at the temple site
        3. The temple project, including all the materials, labor, etc., would cost $140,381,000 today
        4. But, as Stephen said in Acts 7:48, "The Most High does not dwell in temples made with hands"—God dwells in people
    9. God appeared to Solomon again
      1. God promised to honor His covenant with Solomon
      2. God warned Solomon that if he or his sons turned from following Him, He would "cut off Israel from the land…and this house…will [be] cast out of [His] sight" (9:7)
      3. Solomon was established and successful—and that is when a person is most vulnerable, when they rise to a place where the winds are calm
    10. Solomon's midlife crisis (see 9:10)
      1. Solomon encountered a crisis of identity, then eventually forsook the Lord
      2. This is when Ecclesiastes was written
    11. 1 Kings 10: people around the world started hearing about Solomon and his wisdom
      1. The queen of Sheba visited to test him with hard questions—riddles; Solomon answered all her questions
      2. The largest physical boundaries Israel has ever enjoyed throughout history were those of Solomon's kingdom
      3. Jesus referred to Solomon in a negative way (see Matthew 6:29)
    12. Solomon had a management problem
      1. He was a tax and spend politician: he taxed the people immensely and spent their money profusely
      2. If David was a type of Christ, then Solomon could be a type of antichrist
        1. Solomon was responsible for plunging the nation into idolatry
        2. Solomon's annual wage was 666 talents of gold (the only other use of this number is in Revelation)
      3. A king "shall not multiply horses for himself" (Deuteronomy 17:16)—see 1 Kings 4:26
        1. "Neither shall he multiply wives for himself" (Deuteronomy 17:17)—see 1 Kings 11:3
        2. Solomon flagrantly broke the commands given to the kings of Israel
    13. 1 Kings hangs on the hinges of chapter 11
      1. The first eleven chapters of the book cover a forty-year period; the second eleven chapters cover an eighty-year period
        1. First forty years: a united, strong kingdom with one king
        2. Second eighty years: a weak, divided kingdom with many kings
      2. Solomon's divided heart was a result of his multitude of wives, who turned his heart away from the Lord
      3. Solomon became consumed with himself
      4. God used him to write Scripture, but where he failed was in not following what he said he believed
  3. A cacophony of confusion (1 Kings 12-22)
    1. Two kings followed Solomon
      1. Rehoboam
        1. Solomon's son, king over Judah (the south)
        2. Driven by greed and a lust for power
        3. To establish his reign, he raised taxes
      2. Jeroboam
        1. King over Israel (the north)
        2. Recognized that the emotional center of all Jews is the temple
        3. Set up a calf and tabernacle in the southern part of his kingdom—Samaria—and the northern—Dan
    2. The kingdom was split into two
      1. The ten northern tribes became Israel
      2. The two southern tribes became Judah
    3. Both northern and southern kings were evaluated using the same parameters:
      1. Did they worship the God of Israel alone?
      2. Did they get rid of idolatry or tolerate it?
      3. Were they faithful to the covenant as David was?
      4. There were eight kings of the northern kingdom in 1 Kings (all of them brought trouble to the nation of Israel):
        1. Jeroboam
        2. Nadab
        3. Baasha
        4. Elah
        5. Zimri
        6. Omri
        7. Ahab
        8. Ahaziah
      5. There were four kings of the southern kingdom:
        1. Rehoboam
        2. Abijam
        3. Asa
        4. Jehoshaphat
    4. One of the worst kings of Israel was Ahab
      1. He and his wife, Jezebel, introduced and institutionalized Baal worship in Israel
      2. God raised up a special prophet for a special problem—Elijah the Tishbite
        1. Elijah commanded the rains to stop
        2. A famine spread across the land
      3. 1 Kings 17-22 shows this relationship of conflict between Ahab and Elijah; Ahab saw God's prophet as a troublemaker, when in reality he was his own worst enemy, and the cure was Elijah
      4. Three and a half years of famine was an embarrassment to any worshiper of Baal, the "god of fertility"
      5. The role of prophet was introduced in 1 Kings, but 1 and 2 Kings further develop this special role in ancient Israel
        1. A prophet was someone to speak on God's behalf
        2. Played the role of covenant watchdog, calling out those who didn't follow God's commands
    5. 1 Kings 18: Elijah proposed a contest
      1. He allowed the prophets of Baal to pray for about four hours to their god to set fire to their sacrifice
      2. At noon, Elijah mocked them
      3. He prayed to the Lord—a quick, effective prayer (sixty-three words)—and fire fell from heaven and consumed the sacrifice
      4. After Ahab's death, Elijah fled from Jezebel
    6. Elijah appeared in the New Testament
      1. With Jesus and Moses on the Mount of Transfiguration
      2. Moses represented the Law and Elijah represented the prophets (see Matthew 17:3)
      3. Elijah and Moses may be the two witnesses in the last days, as evidenced by the signs those two witnesses will produce (see Revelation 11:3)
  4. Conclusion
    1. After the temple had been built, Solomon prayed and asked God to condemn the wicked and justify the righteous (see 8:32)
    2. But "there is none righteous, no, not one" (Romans 3:10); God justifies the wicked (see Romans 4:5)
    3. Jesus came into the chaos of the cosmos with the cross, and the cross made it possible for God not to justify the righteous, but to justify the wicked
Cross references: Deuteronomy 17:16-20; 1 Samuel 8:5; Matthew 6:29; 17:3; Acts 7:48; Romans 3:10; 4:5; 1 Corinthians 8:1; 13:2; Revelation 11:3

Topic: 1 Kings

Keywords: commands, covenant, David, Elijah, Israel, Judah, king, kingdom, law, north, Solomon, south, temple

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Flight GEN01
Genesis 1-11
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We're going back to the beginning in this first flight. Written by Moses and inspired by God Himself, Genesis means origin. From the formation of all created things and the fall of man to the flood and the fallout of man's rebellion, Genesis 1-11 chronicles the beginning of everything. It all starts here.
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8/15/2018
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Flight GEN02
Genesis 12-50
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This flight takes us through the biographical part of Genesis and God's response to man's rebellion. Four men are prominent in the formation of the nation of Israel: Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph. Through this lineage, God would fulfill His promise of salvation for humanity.
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8/22/2018
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Flight EXO01
Exodus 1-18
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The central event in this flight through Exodus is the redemption of God's people, the Israelites, from their bondage in Egypt. We fly over Egypt and the wilderness where Israel wandered for forty years. The plight of the Israelites, their disobedience, and God's deliverance all foreshadow Jesus Christ.
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9/5/2018
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Flight EXO02
Exodus 19-40
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The Sinai Peninsula is the backdrop for this flight to Exodus, where God gave Moses the Ten Commandments along with detailed instructions for how He was to be worshiped. Miraculous signs of God's absolute power abound, along with the revelation from God that would define Israel's national identity.
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9/12/2018
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Flight LEV01
Leviticus 1-27
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Leviticus describes the worship life of the nation of Israel. We discover how the Israelites were instructed to make atonement for their sin through sacrifice. The overarching theme of this book can be summed up in one word: holiness. After centuries of captivity in Egypt, the Israelites needed a reminder of who God is, His absolute holiness, and how they were to live set apart for Him.
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Flight NUM01
Numbers 1-36
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Numbers contains two censuses of the Hebrew people. The first is of the generation that left Egypt, including how they were organized, their journey in the wilderness, and their refusal to enter the Promised Land. Due to their disobedience, the first generation of Israelites failed to enter the land God had promised; however, God remained faithful by leading a new generation into the Promised Land.
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Flight DEU01
Deuteronomy 1-34
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After forty years of wandering, the Israelites were finally ready to enter the Promised Land. The book of Deuteronomy can be organized around three messages Moses gave while the Israelites waited to enter the land. With the key word of this book being covenant, Deuteronomy speaks of the special relationship God established with His people.
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10/24/2018
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Flight JOS01
Joshua 1-24
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In this flight over the book of Joshua, we get to know its namesake, who shared in all the events since Exodus and held the place of military commander under Moses' leadership. We'll also get a tour of the Promised Land and follow Israel's conquest of Canaan, after which Joshua divided the land among the twelve tribes.
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Judges 1-21
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The Israelites experienced a period of victorious conquests in Canaan after Joshua's death. But as their obedience to God's laws and their faith in God's promises diminished, Israel became entrenched in the sin cycle. God divinely appointed Judges to provide leadership and deliverance during this chaotic time. Sadly, God's people repeatedly did what was right in their own eyes.
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11/28/2018
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Ruth 1-4
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In this flight, we'll see the godly love and courage of two very different women from very different backgrounds. And we'll meet Boaz, who became Ruth's kinsman-redeemer, a type of Christ. Although the book of Ruth is short, it is prophetically important in terms of the genealogy of Jesus Christ. Ruth's story of romantic grace places love at the center of each of its four chapters.
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12/5/2018
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Flight 1SAM1
1 Samuel 1-31
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In this flight, we find the nation of Israel in desperate need of direction and leadership. We will meet the man whose good looks, physical stature, and success in war made him an obvious choice from a human perspective, but Israel's first king had a tragic flaw: pride. From the ashes of King Saul's calamitous reign, God raised up an unlikely man who would become Israel's next king, a man after His own heart.
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Flight 2SAM1
2 Samuel 1-24
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David went from shepherding livestock to serving as God's sovereign king in Israel. His faith and obedience assured him military and political victory as one by one he defeated Israel's enemies. In this flight, we both celebrate David's successes and identify with his failures as we get to know this man whom God called, "a man after My own heart."
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2 Kings 1-25
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Despite the many kings who took control of Israel, the nation still lacked true leadership. Second Kings continues the history of a divided Israel, and we see what happens when a nation passes from affluence and influence to poverty and paralysis.
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1 Chronicles 1-29
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The book of 1 Chronicles recounts the lineage of King David as well as God's promise that He would establish His reign on earth through this man after His own heart. As we see how God fulfilled His promises to David, we discover how that presents a witness of His faithfulness to us today.
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2 Chronicles 1-36
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After King Solomon's reign and death, the nation of Israel went on a spiritual roller coaster ride that ended with the division of the kingdom and the people's exile. From the temple's building to its decline and destruction, we see a parallel to 1 and 2 Kings from a spiritual viewpoint.
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3/27/2019
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Ezra 1-10
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The book of Ezra begins with King Cyrus' decree for the children of Israel to rebuild the temple at Jerusalem. Ezra tells of two different returns: the first led by Zerubbabel to rebuild the temple, and the second by Ezra to bring reformation to the people. In this flight, we see God's faithfulness in keeping His promise to return His people to their homeland.
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4/3/2019
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Flight NEH01
Nehemiah 1-13
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At the end of Ezra, the temple in Jerusalem had been rebuilt and dedicated, but the city walls were still in ruins. After gaining permission from the king of Persia, Nehemiah led a group to repair and rebuild the walls. Though he was met with hostility and conflict, we see how Nehemiah gathered his spiritual strength from God during trialing times.
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4/10/2019
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Esther 1-10
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Esther reads almost like a fairy tale: A Jewish maiden becomes queen of Persia. The villain launches an attack to destroy the Jews. In the end, his plot is thwarted by the hero and the brave maiden, who risks her life to save her people. Though the name of God isn't mentioned once in this short book, we clearly see God's providence and faithfulness in dealing with His people.
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Job 1-42
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The book of Job opens in the throne room of heaven with a conversation between God and Satan regarding the faithfulness of a man named Job. God allowed Satan to test Job, and Satan caused Job to lose his health, wealth, and even his beloved family. But in the midst of Job's tragic circumstances, God revealed His sovereignty and faithfulness, and Job's steadfast faith prevailed.
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5/1/2019
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Psalms 1-150
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The book of Psalms is a collection of songs, prayers, and poetry that express the deepest of human emotions. These artistic masterpieces were compiled over a period of roughly 1,000 years from the time of Moses to the time of Ezra and the return from the Babylonian exile. As we fly over the Psalms, we'll see beautiful writings of gladness and grief, pleading and prayers, and reverence and worship—all with one overarching theme: a complete dependence on the love and power of God.
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Flight PRO01
Proverbs 1-31
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Known for the wisdom it contains, the book of Proverbs reveals how to deal with everyday situations. But more than just good advice, it is God's words of wisdom, which we need in order to live righteously. These proverbs are universal principles that apply to all people for all times, because they speak of the character of God and the nature of man—both of which remain constant.
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Ecclesiastes 1- 12
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The book of Ecclesiastes records King Solomon's intense search to find meaning and fulfillment in life. In this flight, we discover some significant truths—namely, that all worldly things are empty and that life's pursuits only lead to frustration. After tasting all that this world has to offer, Solomon ultimately concluded that life without God is meaningless.
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5/22/2019
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Song of Solomon 1-8
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The Song of Solomon portrays a moving love story between King Solomon and a shepherdess. The story reveals the intimacy, love, and passion that a bridegroom and his bride share in a marriage relationship. Even more than the fulfillment found in the love between a husband and wife, we'll discover that the spiritual life finds its greatest joy in the love God has for His people and Christ has for His church.
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Isaiah 1-27
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The prophet Isaiah's ministry lasted around fifty years and spanned the reigns of four kings in Judah. His prophecies are quoted in the New Testament more often than any other prophet's. In this first flight over Isaiah, we focus on his prophecies of condemnation that pulled no punches and pointed out Israel's need for God.
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