Lesson 51 - Judah's Fall - Part 4


During American election years, we frequently hear the term "flip-flopper."  This term applies to candidates who hold a position, but then change the position at a later time. Yet, this ability to flip-flop is not an invention of our political system.

We see the same problem of flip-flopping in Israel's kings throughout the Old Testament.  Follow along as Mark Lanier explains how God's prophets held the course by proclaiming the righteousness of God in the face of ever changing political climates and decisions of the ruling kings.  You will see how flip-flopping kings and ever steady prophets help us understand that we do not have to let earthly concerns keep us from following God's instructions for our lives.


Speaker: W. Mark Lanier


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