The Kings of Babylon | Week 4: The Reversal of Pride
In the Old Testament, the reigns of four powerful kings—Nebuchadnezzar, Belshazzar, Darius, and Cyrus the Great—stand out as significant symbols during the Jewish people’s 70 years in Babylonian captivity. Although each of these kings came from a pagan background, all were ultimately used as instruments in God’s hand, with one king freeing the Jewish people through an unlikely decree. In his new series, The Kings of Babylon, Pastor Robert Morris brings to life the stories of these four ancient kings and relates them to the struggles God’s people still face today and, more importantly, His redemptive plan that awaits us all.
This weekend, Pastor Robert concludes The Kings of Babylon series with a message on the importance of humbling ourselves before God.
Gateway Church is a multicampus, nondenominational church in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex led by Pastor Robert Morris. Since it began in 2000, the church has grown to more than 39,000 active members and six local campuses. Its vision is to see people saved, healed, set free, discipled, equipped, empowered, and serving; and its mission is to help each person at Gateway believe in Jesus, belong to family, become a follower, and build God’s kingdom. We’re all about people.
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