The author of 1 & 2 Kings had some criteria for judging whether a king was righteous or not. What were those criteria and why do you think those criteria were important in God’s plan to eventually bring blessing to all nations?
1 & 2 Kings introduces the role of the prophets during this time in Israel’s history. What was their major role? How do you think Jesus fulfills the role of a prophet? How is the role of a prophet enacted today?
This demon of Hebrew origin and metamorphic characteristics is extremely powerful and usually takes the form of a beast, usually a monstrous elephant, a dinosaur or a hippopotamus. He is also known as Bégimo and due to his love for food he has earned the nickname of demon of gluttony (although other sources say that it is really Beelzebub). He serves as sommelier of the underworld and personal cook of Satan, whom he treats with exquisite wines and delicacies. Its name derives etymologically from “Ba’al Zvuv”, which means “The Lord of the Flies”. To say the Christian tradition, is nothing less than the Prince of demons. To manifest himself before humans and demonstrate his power, he adopts different names. Not only is it one of the most dangerous demons in history but also one of the oldest: its origins date back to the times of the Semites and the Cathars. That has taken him to occupy a second place in the demonic hierarchy just below Satan. This dangerous demon is a Marquis of hell, a colossal-sized warrior who lives on the back of a black horse and march escorted by 20 demonic legions. It has the ability to locate lost treasures, reveal secrets and teach the liberal arts to men of high thought. He is also the ruler of all African spirits. He is considered the leader of the fallen angels who joined mortal women to give birth to a race of giants, the Nephilim. They are described as a beautiful angel who lost all beauty once his soul became corrupted and sympathized with Satan. For the physical presence of Jesus on this earth. First, it is important to establish that the Bible never tells us that demons are going to stop doing what they did in the gospels. So, the amount of demons and their capacity has not changed; It is a current reality. What a devil could do in Mark, he can do today. This should push us to prayer, in particular to ask God to keep us from the evil one (Mt 6:13). There is no doubt that the physical presence of the Son of God on earth presented a unique situation. Sure, Satan orchestrated his hosts to do everything possible to ruin God’s plans. Then, it seems reasonable that there is a unique concentration of demonic activity around Jesus (We see evidence of this, both in the temptation of Jesus, Mr 1:13, and the satanic possession of Judas, Lk 22: 3). Jesus is light, and darkness fled before Him. That is, if a demon >GET ANSWER