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Message to Kings - A Biblical History of Man
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March 18, 2018 08:59 PM PDT

After the Babylonians took Jerusalem, Judah became subject to Babylon. The humility of being subject to another nation was not enough to humble Jehoiakim. Thus, the Lord sent the prophet Jeremiah to rebuke him for his sin. In this episode, we cover Jeremiah's rebuke of Jehoiakim and the nation of Judah and the burned scroll.

Jeremiah 25
Jeremiah 36
Jeremiah 45


March 03, 2018 08:00 AM PST

Upon the death of King Josiah, Jehoahaz becomes king of Judah. His reign is only three months as the Egyptians assert their dominance over Israel. With massive war tribute demanded of him and the aggressiveness of the prophet Jeremiah in his courts, the wicked Jehoiakim rules the crumbling and judged nation of Judah. In the forth year of reign, the long awaiting conflict between Egypt and Babylon cumulates in the Battle of Carchemish.

2 Kings 23:31-37
2 Chronicles 36:1-8
Jeremiah 26
Daniel 1:1-7


February 24, 2018 08:00 AM PST

As the Assyrians escape westward to Carchemish, they find an unlikely ally in Egypt. When the Babylonians march west to attack the Assyrians at Carchemish, Pharaoh Necho force marches his army to the relief of the Assyrians. To get there in time, he is must march through King Josiah's territory. In this episode, we cover the battle that occurs between Pharoah Necho and King Josiah and the consequences and spiritual thoughts on the battle.

2 Chronicles 35:20-24
2 Kings 23:29-30


February 17, 2018 08:00 AM PST

In this episode, we cover the eighteen-year decline and fall of the Assyrian empire. It begins with the death of Ashurbanipal. Upon his death, a civil war breaks out in Assyria which severely weakens the Assyrian empire which enables every conquered nation to rise up against Assyrian dominance.

At the gates of Ashur, an alliance of nation states led by Nabopolassar, king of Babylon, and Cyaxeres, king of Media, is formed set on the total annihilation of the civilization of Assyria. In this episode, we cover the sieges of Ashur and Ninevah and the fulfillment of prophecies and the resetting of nation states.

The Book of Nahum


February 10, 2018 08:00 AM PST

Within the palace of Jerusalem, another prophet of judgment arises. The prophet Zephaniah prophesies about the absolute destruction of the world, yet he ends his prophecies with hope and God's love for his people.

The Book of Zephaniah
Psalm 37:4


February 03, 2018 08:00 AM PST

After King Josiah conducts his revival in Judah, geopolitical circumstances invite Josiah to expand his policies and revival into Northern Israel. Invading Northern Israel with this army, he sets his priority to the tearing down of strongholds vs. kingdom expansion. His actions at Bethel are prophetic and speak to a potential Biblical theory on the history of civilizations.

2 Kings 22:15-25
1 Kings 13:1-3
Genesis 15:12
Acts 17:26


January 27, 2018 08:00 AM PST

Josiah became king at the age of eight. In his sixteenth year, he began to encounter God and around his twenty-sixth year, something overtakes him. Upon the discovery of the lost scrolls of Moses, he is overcome with Godly grief, yet filled with a zeal to fulfill God's law, word for word. His actions personify the Zeal of the Lord.

2 Kings 22
2 Kings 23:1-14
Matthew 12:29


January 20, 2018 08:00 AM PST

Modelling conversational prayer, the Prophet Habakkuk beseeches the Lord about the wickedness of the world. The Lord's answer speaks to the end of the Assyrians and the rise of the Babylonians. Not satisfied with another world empire, Habakkuk asks for the Lord himself to judge. The Lord's response is the most powerful part of the book of Habakkuk.

The Book of Habakkuk
Revelation 8:1


January 13, 2018 08:00 AM PST

The calling of the prophet Jeremiah parallels the calling of the prophet Samuel, due to their age, the relational aspect and the immediacy of the prophecies. Despite this, something significant separates the calling of Jeremiah. Its the first words of his calling, 'before I formed you in the womb, I knew you.' It's these words that set apart his calling and the callings of men and women of God.

Jeremiah 1
John 14:21


January 06, 2018 08:00 AM PST

Join us as we introduce the next generation of kings and prophets. In an age of prophecy judgment and the resetting of empires and the introduction of new ones, we spend extra time presenting our future actors in the drama ahead.


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