week’s message focuses on King Solomon and the impact he had on Israel.
He was responsible for many things, but his biggest legacy was
contributing to the theology of the future Antichrist.
Solomon started his
reign by cleaning up all opposition to his government. He ordered the
murder of his older brother, Adonijah, exiled the priest Abiathar, and
arranged the murder of Joab, King David's military commander. This type
of behavior would become normal for future kings in Israel and it is a
blueprint for every dictator.
Solomon had no regard
for God's commandments and his first political endeavor as king was to
create an alliance with Egypt by marrying the daughter of Pharaoh. The
fact that she was a pagan worshiper did not faze Solomon, and in time,
he would go on to build a special worship place so she could pray to her
Solomon declared that
he loved God and went to worship at Gibeon. The Lord responded to his
prayer and gave him supernatural wisdom.
enormous libido caused Solomon to establish the largest whorehouse in
the world with 700 wives and 300 concubines. Most likely these women did
not ask Solomon to marry them; he simply selected young ladies and
ordered them to become a wife or concubine.
He wrote the books of
Proverbs and Ecclesiastes before he became completely reprobate. The
Song of Solomon shows his sexual inclination.
The corruption of the
Israel was not the worst sin of Solomon; it was his development of the
Kabbalah that propelled the theology of the future Antichrist. Renegade
Hebrews for the last 2,900 years have preserved the writings of the
Kabbalah, enlarged it and created generations of devoted men who are
hell bent on ushering in their version of the messiah (holy serpent) out
of the abyss to be the savior of the Jews and the oppressor of all
Solomon abandoned the
God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and ended his life worshiping at the
altars of demon gods and partaking in human sacrifice. He was given
supernatural wisdom and he chose to use it for the service of Satan. His
existence was one incredibly bizarre train wreck.
Print out the sermon outline and let's examine the
Scriptures together Sunday morning at 9:00 AM PST.
Yours in Christ,
Pastor John S. Torell