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Tag Archives: Elijah: The Desert Prophet
Depression and Discouragement seem to be the two chief occupational hazards of living. It seems that one of the pitfalls of life or the dungeon cells of life at times is when we go through periods of what is often called the blues. But is it the desire of God that we be depressed? Far from it! Yet it is true that even great men and woman of God have succumbed to its terrible influence. We see this in the life of Elijah. But God doesn’t want us to remain in the grip of despair. In this message we uncover via Elijah the path to depression and the solution of God. Continue reading
This is it! This is the moment that everything in Elijah’s life has been leading up to, the huge shebang! In this showdown between the prophets of Baal and Elijah, the prophet of God there is no doubt that God is God! Continue reading
Things are going along great – there is plenty, God’s blessings abound, there are seemingly no worries and then, “bam!” tragedy strikes! Isn’t that usually how it happens. Tragedy can do one of two things – it can make you bitter or it can make you better. What it does depends on you and your response to the tragedy. In the midst of the incredible crisis we discover happening to the widow and her family we find that it truly is possible to find life in the midst of tragedy! Continue reading
When the brook dries up in this account of Elijah we find him led by God to a widow in the heart of enemy territory where an incredible lesson surfaces, “Before God can mold us He must first melt us!” Continue reading
Sometimes God leads us to places we don’t want to go or we’ll find ourselves in a place we’d rather not be and it doesn’t seem to make sense. But you can be sure that there is a reason and through your Kerith Ravine experience you’ll learn, as Elijah did, that the unexpected things God does always lead to the expected place of being dependent on Him. Continue reading