Mail prostitutes, Rehoboam, the son of King Solomon, from the Genealogy of Jesus in the Gospel after Matthew, from Matthew 1:7 commented by ASV and questions

God’s jealous anger

King Rehoboam son of king Solomon also on the line to Jesus was king when Israel being divided into Judah and Benjamin in the land of Judah, and the ten tribes in the northern part. His kingdom was a bit to and from with God, when he left God, things went wrong, and when he turned again to God things went better. However, in the end of his reign he stirred up God’s jealous anger more than those who were before him had done

Mail prostitutes

King Solomon the father of Jeroboam at the end of his reign build shrines, on high places for almost all the false god’s and goddesses at the time. So how could Rehoboams actions be worse than that? Rehoboam did the same detestable things that Solomon did, however he added something which God considered even worse, he built on high places shrines, temples, with male prostitutes as a part of the ceremonies. Even so, he was on the line to Christ Jesus.

The most important thing you have ever done

Things in this world are terrible, however getting worse, that’s the bad news, the Good news is God’s offer to you, the way out. His name is Jesus and you can pray Him into your heart now, where you are, you don’t need a church, a priest or a pastor, just invite Jesus in for instance like this; “Dear Jesus come into my heart, take over my life and be my Lord, I know I am a sinner, please forgive me and fill me with your Holy Spirit

Questions

  1. How bad are we?
  2. Does God love us?
  3. How much does He love us?

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