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Do you ever feel like your life is defined by your worst moment or your biggest mistake or the largest problem that you’ve ever had?

Have you ever felt like you would not be able to get over something that happened to you?

That is the furthest thing God wants for you.

He doesn’t want you defined by your past, He wants you defined by His promises and that’s the content today in the Kings of Compromise because the “kings” mentioned in the Book of First and Second Kings are not about the “Kings”, they’re about those whom God has called Himself.

Let’s get into the Kings of Compromise Part 2



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Key Verse:1 Timothy 1:15–17 (ESV)The saying is trustworthy and deserving of fullacceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost.16 But I received mercy for this reason, that inme, as the foremost, Jesus Christ might display his perfect patience as an example to those who were to believe in him for eternal life.17 To the King of the ages, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and gloryforever and ever. Amen.


Scriptures Studied: 1 Kings 1 (ESV), Ecclesiastes 7:1 1 Timothy 1:15-17


Kings 1 & 2 Facts:

  • Author: Unkown
  • Genre: Narrative History (400 years).


Theological History of Kings 1 & 2:

  • Begins with David’s end (970 bc), Solomon’s building and ends with national devastation – exile to Babylon (561 bc).
  • Good and Evil kings.
  • Each king has an epitaph… did they follow the Lord or not?
  • True and False Prophets abound.
  • God rules all nations, not just Israel.
  • The Main Theme: There is ONE God in Israel.



Compromise; noun/verb:

  1. N. An agreement or a settlement of a dispute that is reached by each side making concessions.
  2. V. Accept standards that are lower than is desirable.
  3. The antithesis of compromise: Faithfulness
  • Bathsheba: “Daughter of an oath.”
  • Nathan: The truth-telling Prophet
  • BATHSHEBA (in 1 Kings 1):
    • FROM: The “other” woman
    • TO: Nathan’s first choice to intervene; the woman who saves a nation.
  • Your past does not define potential. God’s promises define potential.
  • The enemy wants to define you according to your sins and failures.
  • God defines you according to His grace and purposes.



Questions to Consider:

  1. What is your defining moment?
  2. What are the promises from God’s Word that you are holding on to?
  3. What are the things in your past that you need to let go of?


Pastoral Thought:

  • Let’s pray for God to build our lives. Ask God to guard our eyes from this alluring cult of beauty and youth so that we don’t sabotage our significance in Him by serving these things that are never going to last and satisfy us. 




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