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Audio Sermons : By Scripture : 2 Kings

 Blessedness of the Unoffended by T. Austin Sparks

Topic: Offences
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 2:1,Matthew 11:2,Hebrews 10:35  
Description: The date delivered was 05/01/1959. This message brings to light the stories of Elijah and Elisha, as well as John the Baptist. It is easy to become offended at God when He moves in ways that we do not expect -- especially if He does not seem to be moving at all! But, our heart's cry should be to know Him. If this is the case, we will never be offended, no matter how "forgotten" we feel. Even our master Jesus exclaimed many times through the gospels 'blessed is he who is not offended in me'.
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 Death In The Pot Christ The Answer by T. Austin Sparks

Topic: Death
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 4:38  
Description: This message was delivered on 05/01/1959.
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 Lacking One Thing by Duncan Campbell

Topic: Consecration
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 3:14-20  
Description: Campbell extracts principles for revival from 2 Kings 3 where the lack of water refers to the one thing that would ensure victory: the power of the Holy Ghost. The three main points were 1) the futility of mere human effort, 2) faith that wins through, and 3) the fulness that met the need. Brother Duncan powerfully illustrates a spirit of inquiry and an acknowledgement of need in the Arnol revival "when the farmhouse shook". "The digging may involve a cost," he challenged, a self-denial of forgetting oneself "in a desire to prepare the way for God."
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 And the Country was Filled with Water by Duncan Campbell

Topic: Baptism Of The Holy Spirit
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 3:10-20  
Description: Duncan Campbell preached this strong word on the baptism in the Holy Spirit at a camp meeting in America in the 1960's. "You can't work up revival, but you can do the digging"--a breaking through the dry crust of our hearts and removing the 'stones', anything that would hinder a consecrated life to God. The sermon is alive with vivid revival accounts, as with its sister sermon, "Lacking One Thing".
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 Better Late Than Never by Jim Cymbala

Topic: Consequences
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 3:9-19  
Description: There's a consequence for every decision. Let's explore what happens when we hold off trusting in Jesus. 2Kings 3:9-19
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 Well and Ditches by Paris Reidhead

Topic: Christian Life
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 3:1-20  
Description: nil
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 A Word From The Lord by Jim Cymbala

Topic: Voice Of God
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 3:9-20  
Description: At a Tuesday Brooklyn Tabernacle prayer meeting, Pastor Cymbala uses a text from the Old Testament as a starting point on hearing God speak. 2 Kings 3: 9-20 (NIV)
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 Is the Water In Your Well Drinkable by Teresa Conlon

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 12:3,2 Kings 3:19  
Description: Believers have two kinds of water-the sweet water of Christ, and the bitter water of the old nature. We are still commanded to stop up the wells of the enemy and old nature, and by asking the Holy Spirit to show us each one and lead us through the enemy territory in our own minds, to stop up each one. God will give you strength to not make peace with these things he will lead you to each area where the enemy has gained a foothold and sends out streams of lies to hinder you or lead you differently than the Lord wants you to go and take authority over them and stop them up. Wonderful message of deliverance from torment of the mind.
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 A Serious Remonstrance by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): 2 Kings 5:13  
Description: I am somewhat myself in the position of Elijah, when Naaman, the Syrian, came dashing up with his horses and with his chariot, and stood at the door of the house of the prophet. There are before me in this house, I fear, many who are spiritually diseased. Your motive for coming up to this assembly should be to hear the gospel, and to discover the remedy by which your spiritual disease may be removed. But what, let me ask, are really the thoughts that occupy your minds? I can suppose that you are looking for different things from me. One, perhaps, imagines that something will be said odd and strange that shall provoke a smile: another imagines that I shall labor to make some display of elocution and speak tender words softly, like flakes of featherd snow melting as they fall, and so draw forth the silent, graceful tear. When both of these are alike disappointed, you will probably say to yourselves, “Well, it is only the old story we used to hear when we went to the Sunday-school; it is just what we have listened to Sunday after Sunday, till we turn away surfeited with it. It is, believe in Jesus Christ and live; there is nothing fresh or new to stimulate our intellect; nothing original to whet our curiosity...

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 Ressurection: A Living Personal Reality by T. Austin Sparks

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Scripture(s): 2 Kings 6:1-33  
Description: This message was delivered on 04/01/1959.
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 The Axehead by Lester Roloff

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Scripture(s): 2 Kings 6:1-7  
Description: This message was delivered at Bob Jones Univeristy and begins with hymns sung by some of the girls who were saved while in Lester Rolofs homes for young people. Here in 2 Kings 6 we find the people of God busy working. Suddenly an important part of the work, the axehead, is lost, and trees cannot be cut down without an axehead, the work grinds to a halt. This is a figure of how the work of God cannot go on without all the parts being in place, and how to recover when sopmething is lost. The young man cries to his master and so should we in time of struggle when we have lost something that hinders the work of the Lord only the Lord can replace it.
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 The Lord Is Thy Keeper by David Wilkerson

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Scripture(s): 2 Kings 6:8  
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 Pray for Protection by Keith Daniel

Topic: Protection
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 6:11-17  
Description: nil
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 The Key to Unlocking the Provision of God by Carter Conlon

Topic: Provision
Scripture(s): 2 Kings 7:1-10, 2 Kings 6:24-25, 1 Corinthians 1:25  
Description: December 13, 2009 - God chooses an incredible strategy to release His provision. God will feed His people and then use the people He feeds to feed others. Before God can use us and pour His provision through us He must see a core value in our character. We must have the same compassion that Christ has for us. True compassion is born of the Spirit. The storehouse of God is unlocked when the Holy Spirit stirs us to reach out to the sea of human need all around us.
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 Brokenness - Part 1 by David Smithers

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 57:15, Matthew 26:26, 2 Kings 5  
Description: David Smithers preached "Brokenness, The Road to Revival" (Part 1 and 2) to identify, "What is it that continues to postpone a visitation of the Holy Spirit?" Brokenness is a real recognition of our own spiritual poverty and is that which releases the presence and blessings of God. Smithers forcefully presents some of the roots and routes to a hard heart as well as the steps needed to return to a broken heart.
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 (Through The Bible) 2 Kings 5-8 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): 2 Kings 5-8  
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 The Little Maid by Carl Armerding

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Scripture(s): 2 Kings 5  
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 Week Of Meetings 1986-05 by Stan Ford

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Scripture(s): 2 Kings 5  
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 (2 Kings) Two Lepers and the Blind Men by David Guzik

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Scripture(s): 2 Kings 5-6  
Description: nil
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 Through The Bible - 2 Kings by Zac Poonen

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Scripture(s): 2 Kings  
Description: 2 Kings begins with Elijah going to heaven and the people of God going to captivity in Babylon. Zac keys off many lessons a wise person can take heed from such as Elisha's faithfulness and pursuit of God's best and the humility worked in Namaan the leper.
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