King Solomon’s many wives and concubines have a very bad influence on him, with dire consequences.
The Lord’s presence fills the temple built by King Solomon.
King Solomon builds the temple, and palaces for himself and one of his wives.
King Solomon establishes his kingdom, asks God for wisdom, and makes his first ruling involving a child custody dispute.
Philippians 4:4 – 7 (NIV) 4Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! 5Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near. 6Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. 7And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
Wow. A jam-packed show today to be sure. Today’s theme is peace.
1. The Lovely Lady LeeAnn joins us with her thoughts on the subject, and it is really her that inspired the show today. I think you’ll really see into her heart during our discussion.
2. In addition to my talk with LeeAnn, I also talk a few minutes about the current PodShow campaign and what it means for the Lifespring! Family of Podcasts. There is a call to action.
3. A couple of my friends sent me the same email this week, and I read that to you.
4. Website Of The Week: Some funny courtroom quotes are at http://rinkworks.com/said/courtroom.shtml
5: Podcast Of The Week: Chris Penn, one of the smartest guys in podcasting, has a really great show for anyone who is about to enter college, or is in college, or knows someone in that stage of life. It is called “The Financial Aid Podcast” and I highly recommend it! He also wrote some nice things about the Lifespring! podcast last week on his blog here.
Steve Amerson…”It Is Well With My Soul”
A special message from Steve Webb regarding the PodShow commercials that have recently been running before the show starts.
Paul ends his letter to the church at Corinth with some final instructions and a blessing.
1 Kings picks up with King David’s kingdom and more intrigue.
Today we read one of the most well known chapters in the Bible: The Love Chapter, 1 Corinthians 13.
Then Paul addresses the church about the gift of tongues and the resurrection of the body.
Paul continues his correction of the church at Corinth. He covers many topics that were concerning him about the church, including the topic of the Lord’s Supper and also spiritual gifts.
Paul teaches on marriage, personal rights, financial support, and more.