About This Project

It’s a problem that has been around since the garden of Eden: The Danger of Weak Men.

One of the most important things for every nation, every community, every neighborhood, every home, and every marriage is the necessity of strong men.

When we don’t have strong men, we do not have strong homes, strong marriages, strong communities, strong nations, and a strong world.
Weak men destroy everything.

We have what we had happened this week in the Christian School in Nashville. (If you’re watching this much later in life this content has come to you on the heels of a tragic shooting of six people murdered in cold blood by a transgender person in Nashville TN )

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▶ Through the Text 1 Kings 21 [2:00]
▶ Tap into the Truth of 1 Kings 21 [36:46]
▶ Men and the sin of coveting explained [36:50]
▶ What does the Bible say about the danger of weak men? [44:05]
▶ In the absence of fathers: A story of elephants and men [45:55]
▶ Why is violence on the rise in America? [48:11]
▶ What is the best thing a father can do for their children and family? [49:30]
▶ What should a woman look for in a man? [50:08]



Scriptures Studied:  1 Kings 21; Genesis 17:8; Leviticus 25:23; Numbers 36:7; Isaiah 5:8; Micah 2:1-2; Psalm 7:11-13; Psalm 7:11 (NKJV); Job 20:4-5; Romans 7:7-11; 1 Corinthians 16:13–14 



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.



Points to Note:

The Sin of Coveting:

  • Is the root of many other sins
  • Does not lead to long-term gain



  1. Weak men sell out (no convictions to stand on).
  2. Weak men do not lead, they follow.
  3. Weak men bow to idols of the age.
  4. Weak men are self-centered, stuff oriented and not content. (Leads to abusing power).



  1. Strong men are NOT PASSIVE, they’re watchful.
  2. Strong men LEAD their family in the faith.
  3. Strong men DEMOLISH IDOLS through the Holy Spirit.
  4. Strong men are OTHERS-oriented, content and giving.



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In the Absence of Fathers: A Story of Elephants and Men https://beyondthesestonewalls.com/blog/gordon-macrae/in-the-absence-of-fathers-a-story-of-elephants-and-men



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