Divided Kingdom

Background Information on the Divided Kingdom


1_Gods Nation DividesGod’s Nation Divides
1 Kings 11:41-12:24;  2 Chronicles 10:1-11:4
Theme: Listening to advice
Memory Verse: Proverbs 19:20


2_God Takes Care of Elijah God Takes Care of Elijah
1 Kings 17
Theme: God’s provision


3_Elijah and Contest at CarmelElijah and the Contest at Mt. Carmel
1 Kings 18
Theme: God is real


4_Jehoshaphat and People Pray Jehoshaphat and the People Pray
2 Chronicles 20:1-30
Theme: God helps when we are afraid


5_Elijah and WhirlwindElijah and the Whirlwind 
2 Kings 2:1-18
Theme: Heaven
Memory Verse: John 14:3


6_Elisha and Widows OilElisha and the Widow’s Oil
2 Kings 4:1-7
Theme: Compassion to those suffering


7_Elisha Raises Boy from DeadElisha Raises a Boy from the Dead
2 Kings 4:8-37
Theme: Helping those who preach about God


8_Naaman HealedNaaman is Healed
2 Kings 5
Theme: Obedience- even when no one sees


9_Joash the Boy KingJoash – the Boy Who Became King
2 Kings 11-12
Theme: Children can learn about God


10_Jonah and Big Fish  Jonah and the Big Fish
Jonah 1-4
Theme: Everyone deserves a chance to hear about God


11_Isaiah Helps King Hezekiah Pray Isaiah Helps King Hezekiah Pray
2 Kings 18-19
Theme: Praying for God’s help when people make fun of us
Memory Verse: James 5:13a


12_King Hezekiah Prays for Health King Hezekiah Prays for Health
2 Kings 20:1-11
Theme: Praying for the sick


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