- Shelter in God
- Introduction to the Psalms: King Hezekiah and the Assyrian Invasion of 701 BC
- 1. When Trouble Comes, Retreat to Your Refuge
- 2. When Trouble Comes, Rediscover Your Strength
- 3. When Trouble Comes, Redirect Your Thoughts
- Worship Music for Reflection | There Was Jesus
- Worship Music for Reflection | Nothing Is Better than You, Lord
- Bonus Section | Dr. David Jeremiah, Chancellor of Southern California Seminary
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We can be triumphant in the midst of trouble. In this lesson, Dr. David Jeremiah examines King Hezekiah’s prescription for triumphing in the midst of trouble as he faced a brutal invasion by King Sennacherib of Assyria in 701 B.C. Whoever said that “God plus anyone equals a majority” had their math right. You can be completely alone and find yourself totally surrounded by circumstances and still find protection in the refuge that is God. Retreating into God means victory, not surrender. These same principles from the Psalms can guide us through our troubles today.
Section 1 – Triumphant over Trouble | Lessons from King Hezekiah and the Assyrian Invasion of 701 BC and the victory celebration of Psalm 46
Students will explore, consider, and refocus on what the Bible teaches about how to courageously face the unexpected, challenging, and difficult troubles in life by reviewing how King Hezekiah of Judah faced the brutal invasion led by King Sennacherib of Assyria in 701 BC.
Shelter in God
Introduction to the Psalms: King Hezekiah and the Assyrian Invasion of 701 BC
1. When Trouble Comes, Retreat to Your Refuge
2. When Trouble Comes, Rediscover Your Strength
3. When Trouble Comes, Redirect Your Thoughts
Worship Music for Reflection | There Was Jesus
Dr. David Jeremiah, Chancellor of Southern California Seminary, is one of America’s most trusted Bible teachers. For more than 37 years he has helped millions deepen their understanding of the Bible through 4,552 daily Turning Point Radio releases and a daily Turning Point Television program that reaches millions of people globally. Dr. Jeremiah has authored more than 50 books, including God Loves You: He Always Has, He Always Will, The God You May Not Know, Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven, Escape the Coming Night, and The Book of Signs.
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Dr. David Jeremiah
The Jeremiah School of Biblical Studies at www.SoCalSem.edu.
Dr. David Jeremiah serves as chancellor of Southern California Seminary and as senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in El Cajon, California. He is the founder and host of the global radio and television ministry, Turning Point, a broadcast program dedicated to sharing the unchanging Word of God with an ever-changing world. The combined weekly audience of Turning Point exceeds 10 million people worldwide. Dr. Jeremiah is also the author of more than 40 books, including the bestsellers Captured by Grace, What in the World Is Going On?, and the most recent New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestseller, God loves You: He Always Has, He Always Will.
Dr. Jeremiah is committed to teaching the complete Word of God. His passion for encouraging believers in their faith is demonstrated through his faith communication of biblical truths.
The professors of Southern California Seminary serve as the facilitators for this course. The course designer, Dr. Gary Woods, has taught in classrooms and online for Southern California Seminary, San Diego Christian College, Luther Rice Seminary, and Liberty University since 1996. He has a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Education in Technology from Alliant International University. He serves on the pastoral staff of Shadow Mountain Community Church.
Great historical background and application of Psalm 46.