I was asked about the children of King Ahab and Queen Jezebel about three years ago. I have wondered about this situation for many years and didn't receive any help from most Bible commentators. Very few preachers preached about the subject. I now have the time, so I will attempt to answer these questions. They are very important questions because it questions the LORD’s pure genetics. And any attempt to give an answer is difficult because there are kings in two different kingdoms that have the same name and they ruled at the same time.
“The LORD hath sought Him a man after his own heart”
by Walter Gidding
November 20, 2022
Scripture Reading: 1 Samuel 13:10-14.
What was in David’s heart that caused God to have the Prophet Samuel say, “the LORD hath sought him a man after his own heart”? This is said once in 1 Samuel 13:15 Why does this stick in many people’s minds? What was in David’s heart that caused God to call him “a man after his own heart”? Why is David the only member of Adam’s Race to be called of God “a man after his own heart”?
It was a good, gray day on November 15, 1620. The “Mayflower” rode at anchor near the shore, while a group of eager men set sail out in a small boat to explore the desolate, barren land in which they’d come. One of the first things they discovered near the beach was a deserted cornfield where the dry, broken stalks rustled in the sharp wind. Nearby they saw several strange mounds. Upon digging into one, they were amazed to find odd-looking yellow, red and blue Indian corn. They took some with them to use for seed when they planted their crops in the spring. They couldn’t know then how important that corn would prove to be in the colony’s future.
My comment: have you noticed that everything in America that is righteous is being abolished? America has forgotten her father, Abraham. This is a key Scripture regarding race.
It is generally understood that the ten tribes of Israel entered Assyrian captivity in various stages, culminating in a three-year siege (began 723 BC) with the capital city of Samaria and its fall in 720 BC. Likewise, that Judah’s Babylonian captivity was completed by 585 BC. The prophecies of the prophets came in Israel’s history. The prophets did not always predict the future; in fact they seldom did. But the prophet was a spokesperson for God (a preacher). The writings of the prophets were directed to God’s people during one of the lowest spiritual and moral times of their history.
The House of Israel and twenty-two cities of the House of Judah were taken captive by the Assyrians. The House of Israel was given a bill of divorcement from Almighty God. This ten-tribe House of Israel wouldn’t be put back into the covenant that God made with their fathers for about 700 years from the time that Ezekiel was shown this vision. By the time they were put back, they had become many nations living in different parts of the world. They had no hope of salvation without the sacrifice and resurrection of their Messiah. There wasn’t one thing that they could do.
To sacrifice your life for all three is the greatest love of all.
The European descent nations have turned their back on God’s laws and due to that God’s people have been caged in. The doors and the windows of the asylum have been barred. The heads of the asylum have taken control and confiscated all property of the children of God and even their children.
Part 1: In this study, the author discusses the importance of studying God’s holy law. There are many reasons but the most important is the law describes sin. The modern church believes the law is done away with. Changing the law makes God angry and it risks being taken out of the book of life. There are rewards and blessings from God for meditating on his laws.
Part 2: This lesson reviews the first eight laws: I am the Lord; There is only one God; Mediate upon his commandants; Fear the Lord; Serve the Lord; Cleave to God and the wise; Swear by his name; Emulate God
Whosoever believeth that Jesus is the Christ is born of God: and every one that loveth him that begat loveth him also that is begotten of him. 2 By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God, and keep his commandments. 3 For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments: and his commandments are not grievous.
As we begin our journey into the laws of God, we start with what Paul says,