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  • What Do We Do When Tragedy Strikes?”

    Contributed by Michael Otterstatter on Aug 2, 2017
    based on 4 ratings

    This section of God's Word shows us how two people responded to a tragedy. One example comes from a widow whose son died. The other comes from one of the greatest prophets in the Old Testament, Elijah.

    At some point it will likely happen to most of us. For each of us it will be different and yet the same. It will leave us with tears in our eyes and pain in our hearts. We call them tragedies—something that seems to turn our lives upside down. Because we live in a world stained by sin these more

  • Sometimes They Come Back

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Dec 31, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    The cable channel AMC airs the most popular show among the highly sought after demographic of the 18-49 age bracket. The show is “The Walking Dead.” However, the dead coming back to life is mentioned several times in the pages of Scripture. (Reality)

    The Walking Dead Series “Sometimes They Come Back” (1 of 4) October 6, 2013 Chester FBC, Chester, IL Dr. Mike Fogerson, Speaker Introduction: A The cable channel AMC airs the most popular show among the highly sought after demographic of the 18-49 age bracket. The show is more

  • A True Prophet Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Sep 29, 2013

    The prophet Elijah was God’s instrument to test this Gentile widow’s trust. It’s easier to be reminded of God’s promises than to act on them.

    As someone who has moved 27 times in my life, I know that God decides how long we remain in place. I received orders from the Pentagon, but I regarded them as from God. Elijah was directly told when to move. We, on the other hand, do not have supernatural guidance, or access to God’s more

  • Hope For The Hopeless

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on May 10, 2015

    What happens when your dreams have been restored only to be ripped from you again. This message looks at the story of Elijah and the widow who lost her son.

    So we are picking up our story where we left off last Mother’s Day. You remember where we left off last Mother’s Day don’t you? For the few of you who don’t recall last year’s message. It began with a drought in the country of Israel, God’s prophet Elijah was more

  • “give Of Your Flour & Oil – Or Die!”

    Contributed by John Gaston on Apr 7, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    It was necessary that the widow abandon her last resources by faith before the Living God would assume full responsibility and full control over her situation. The same is true of us. We must surrender all to gain Jesus!

    GIVE OF YOUR FLOUR & OIL – OR DIE! 1 Kgs. 17:7-17, 22-24 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: THE FEMINIST 1. A young woman was attending Wellesley College in Maine, a school that is steeped in the feminist movement and agenda. 2. She herself was president of the women’s lib group on the more

  • Putting Faith To The Test

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Jun 3, 2016

    Are you willing to go where God sends you and speak and act in his name? It all boils down to a matter of trust.

    Have you ever had an occasion where you thought that your faith was being tested, especially in unusual circumstances? If so, you’re not alone. Sometimes God uses unusual circumstances to test a person’s faith. For example, in 1 Kings 17:8-24 he told Elijah to go to an unlikely more

  • Give & Take Series

    Contributed by Josh Reich on Jul 10, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Elijah was a major prophet, but he was also just a man. God was able to do some amazing things through him.

    We are starting a brand new series today called The fabulous life of Elijah. If you have your bibles, you can open them to the book of Hebrews chapter 11 which is on p. 865 if you grabbed a bible in the lobby. Elijah is a prophet, was a prophet. I guess you could say is because he never died. more

  • Mothers Day: Faith: Mother's Day Flour

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on May 11, 2007
    based on 74 ratings

    This widow starts off with a tiny sparkle of faith and instead of holding on to what little she has - she let’s go, and the rest is history.

    Today on Mother’s Day, we are going to look at a woman of faith. This woman in our Scripture doesn’t start out as a woman of faith, but she sure ends up a woman of faith….and that is what we need to start with this morning: Whoever you are, and whatever your faith is like – to end up as a person of more

  • Calling My Sin To Rememberance

    Contributed by Michael Martin on Jan 20, 2007

    Art thou come unto me to call my sin to remembrance.

    (1 Kings 17:10-18) "art thou come unto me to call my sin to remembrance..." The man of God came to this lady, and she and her son witnessed the power of God. God had showed Himself strong on her behalf. Her and her son were at the point of death, but God miraculously delivered more

  • My Life As A Owner (4 Of 6) Series

    Contributed by Mark Mcnees on May 2, 2007

    A series called MyLife: Improving Your Profile. Basically, it’s a series looking at the phenomenon known as MySpace and using it as an extended metaphor to moving us closer to the heart and mind of God.

    This message was originally given at Element3 Church in Tallahassee FL. To download this message’s corresponding PowerPoint, audio, and artistic elements for free please visit Reading from God’s word, 1 Kings 17:17-24 Some time later the woman’s son became sick. He grew more

  • Elijah - Tramp For God

    Contributed by John Shaw on Mar 3, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Elijah as seen through the eyes of the Widow from Zarephath - Dramatised Sermon of her struggle to faith

    Today was a good day to die not a cloud in the sky But that was nothing unusual Clouds had become a rarity recently Haven’t seen one for months Today was a good day to die Gather up a few sticks cook the last morsels of food and wait for the birds to pick our dead bones dry Then he more

  • Advanced Training At Zarephath Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Jul 16, 2012

    Elijah is challenged to put his faith in God by what he faced at Zarephath. God used these experiences to further prepare Elijah for his future ministry.

    Introduction: A. The story is told of a man who was walking across the road when he was hit by a car. 1. The impact knocked him on his head which caused him to be in a coma for a couple of days before he finally regained consciousness. 2. When he opened his eyes, his loving wife was there more

  • Brooks & Biscuits - Hunger Games Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Aug 15, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Hunger. . . We avoid it. We refuse to endure it. Now lack of hunger has bled into our spiritual walk. It is time to become hungry again!

    The Hunger Games – Pt. 3 Brooks and Biscuits Introduction: Over the last couple of weeks I have been challenging your hunger levels. Are you placing any demand on God’s supply or have you allowed apathy to overtake your appetite? Then I asked you what reveals your desperation level? Is it your more

  • Faith Requires Risk

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Feb 9, 2015

    This sermon is the kickoff for our Evangelism Campaign. We look at compassion as being at the center of us reaching out to win others to Christ.

    Faith Requires A Risk 2/9/15 1 Kings 17:7-24 John 9:35-38 The amazing thing about God is that when God wants to do something, God can use anybody to impact others for the kingdom of God. I want you to meet one such person. Here is just one person, an eleven year old who is involved more

  • Milagros En Medio De La Crisis

    Contributed by Rev. Dr. Peter Ramos on Aug 15, 2015

    Todavía Dios Hace Milagros

    TEXTO: 1 REYES 17:8-24 Introducción: Que Dios es un Dios de milagros no hay duda alguna. La Biblia está llena de los milagros que Dios ha hecho. Ejemplos de milagros: · que una planta arda en fuego y no sea consumida · la división del agua del mar rojo · el detenimiento del río more