Solomon: The Wise King

Solomon is often referred to as the wisest man who ever lived. According to the Bible, Solomon’s wisdom came directly from God. God appeared to him and said, “Ask for whatever you want me to give you.” Solomon asked for wisdom and knowledge, so he could better govern God’s people. Solomon is traditionally credited with writing the vast majority of Proverbs, and the entire books of Song of Songs, and Ecclesiastes. However, even wise Solomon fell away from wisdom and into sin. In this sermon series, we will seek godly wisdom from Solomon's successes and failures alike.


God's Unlikely King

The life and kingship of David exemplifies what Paul writes in 1 Corinthians 1:28, “[That] God chose things despised by the world, things counted as nothing at all, and used them to bring to nothing what the world considers important.” As a lowly shepherd boy, by worldly standards, David wasn't qualified to lead a nation. As we'll see in this sermon series, God often chooses the weak things of this world to lead the strong, so that He can show his glory.


Left to our own devices, we tend to get ourselves into all kinds of trouble. This happens because the human heart is prone to wander apart from God's direction. In this three-week preaching series, we see how God's people become wayward and, more importantly, how God can get us back on track.

Grace for the Generations

The Bible says that "the Lord is good; His steadfast love endures forever, and his faithfulness to all generations” (Psalm 100:5). In this sermon series, we will encounter God's love and faithfulness as they come through unexpected places like a sinful judge, a Moabite woman, and a barren mother. We will be reminded that if he gave his grace to those generations, he will give his grace to us as well.

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