How to Lose a Kingdom in 400 Years: A Guide to 1-2 Kings

How to Lose a Kingdom in 400 Years: A Guide to 1-2 Kings

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Author: Michael Whitworth | Foreword: Kirk Brothers

In 970 B.C., Solomon ben David ascended his father’s throne. During his reign, Israel became the envy of the nations. Unsurpassed in riches, power, and prestige, Solomon embodied the pinnacle of God’s blessing on his people. In 586 B.C., Israel’s capital collapsed before Nebuchadnezzar, and the nation was exiled in disgrace far away to Babylon. This is the story of How to Lose a Kingdom in 400 Years.

Throughout the political turmoil of 1–2 Kings, God’s prophets brought messages of hope, warning, and judgment. For the most part, those messages went unheeded, and a once glorious nation was ruined. But the mistakes of long-dead kings, not to mention the messages of heroic men of God, offer wisdom to spiritual Israel today.

In a world where political power, cultural relevance, and self-sufficiency seduce the church at every turn, 1–2 Kings reverberates with the warning that nothing is more important than submission to the King of kings. Obedience brings life and abundant blessing… rebellion only breeds death, destruction, and suffering.

This is the story of How to Lose a Kingdom in 400 Years.

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About the Author: Michael Whitworth is the owner of Start2Finish and author of several works, including two award-winning books, The Epic of God and The Derision of Heaven. He is an avid landscape photographer, considers M&Ms his brain food, and is fond of large Mason jars. In his spare time, Michael loves reading and drinking coffee, watching sports, and spending time with his family.

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