In this activity we will learn about the life of Jehoash, the youngest king over Judah and his reign. A reign that stands out with a promising beginning that brings the people back to the worship of Yahweh, but after a moral fall, after the death of Jehoiada the priest triggered the spiritual and political decadence in Judah.
In this activity we will learn about the story of the prophet Elisha and some of the many miracles he worked through the supernatural power of Yahweh. We will learn the importance of practicing faith in the trials and struggles of our daily lives, having humility and prayer as two powerful weapons to overcome.
In this activity, we will learn about the story of the prophet Eliyahu (Elijah) and his relationship with the wicked King Ahab. We will see the great deeds that Yahweh Elohim did through the prophet Eliyahu and who was his successor. In addition, we will see the role that Queen Jezebel had over the kingdom and how we must put our trust and confidence in the Almighty Elohim Yahweh always.
After Solomon’s death, his son Rehoboam refused to relieve the heavy yoke that weighed on the people, breaking the kingdom into two. Jeroboam led the northern tribes in the creation of the Kingdom of Israel, while Rehoboam ruled the southern kingdom, Judah. Both kingdoms fell into the hands of foreign powers due to their deviation from Yahweh’s commandments.
This week we will see a summary of the reign and wisdom of King Solomon, but also the excesses and religious deviations he committed in his old age. In addition, we will see Ahijah’s prophecy about the future of the kingdom when King Solomon died, which reminds us that we must always fear Elohim and keep His commandments.
This week we will see all the details for the construction of the temple of Yahweh: the materials, the furnishings, the starting year, also the ark of the covenant was placed in the most Set-apart place and for the care and ministry in the temple, the Levites served at every moment.
This time we will see King Solomon son of King David heir to his throne and we see that King Solomon has much wisdom because he wants to be a just king to rule the people very well, his wisdom was demonstrated by doing justice between two women who fought for the right to a son.
We begin this series of activities with the death of King David and the beginning of the era of the kings of Israel and Judah. On this occasion, we will study the beginning of King Solomon’s reign and the advice he received from his father, King David, before his death.
This time we will see the census that King David made in Israel, this displeased Yahweh because David trusted in the power of his army and in how many men he would have for an eventual battle, but he left aside the trust in Yahweh his Elohim, at the end the king repented of his sin, but the people paid with plagues and pestilences.
Today we will see King David very distressed by the loss of his newborn son and fleeing from his son Absalom because he wanted to overthrow him and occupy his throne, all this as a consequence of the bad decisions that the King made before; this should encourage us to always be submitted to the will of Yahweh and carefully keep his commandments.
On this occasion we will see that King David defeated several peoples, Philistines, Ammonites, Edomites and Syrians, all of them under his command and that of his general Joab; we will also see the mercy with which King David treated Mephiboseth son of Jonathan by returning his family lands and inviting him to always eat at the King’s table. Join us to learn more about David’s reign.
On this occasion David once again defeats the Philistines and destroys their idols because for Yahweh they are an abomination and then transports the Ark of the covenant to the house of Obed-edom and seeing that the Ark brought great blessing to this house, David decided to take it to Jerusalem receiving it with dance and musical instruments; join us and learn more about David and his reign.