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  • I'm So Alone!

    Contributed by Steve Keeler on Jun 7, 2013

    1 Kings 19:1-8 Speaks of how even great characters of the Bible sometimes felt as though God had abandoned them. When we feel that nobody loves us we need to remember that we are never forsaken and we are never alone for we have a God that loves us!

    “I’m So All Alone” by Steve Keeler Elijah, in a contest between Jehovah God and Baal, had just shown that Baal, the god of Jezebel, was a false god and that Jehovah was the One True God! He had embarrassed the queen by proving that she and her idol god were liars and cheap more

  • What To Do When We Become Overwhelmed Series

    Contributed by Greg Irby on Jun 12, 2013

    What should we do when we find ourselves overwhelmed

    Text: Various Introduction: We have looked at the prophet Elijah over the last several weeks and how that he had become overwhelmed resulting in him running for his life, asking the Lord to take his life. All of us are susceptible to becoming overwhelmed. Just to review briefly more

  • Overcoming Depression Series

    Contributed by Cameron Bottema on Jul 8, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Elijah demonstrated seven of the most common symptoms of depression; God responded and with in four ways to help Elijah overcome his depression.

    A friend of mine spent four years working in psychiatric wards in hospitals while he was in college and graduate school. He said the approach to the patients seemed to be the same: it would begin with medication, individual counseling and group therapy and often lead to EST (electric shock more

  • The Wind Is Blowing Again

    Contributed by Charles Cockroft on Jul 8, 2013
    based on 6 ratings

    The wind speaks of Gods Power and it speaks of change:

    The Wind Is Blowing Again All through the Bible we are given symbols of the Holy Spirit: through these symbols we learn who the Holy Spirit is and how he manifests himself and inter-acts with his people. (Fire) (Oil) (Water) (Dove) (Wind) Fire: Purifying, Illuminating, more

  • Living Without Fear In 'in-Between' Times

    Contributed by Marilyn Murphree on Jul 19, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon speaks of the unsettling times in our life when things are ALMOST but NOT YET. It is a time of not knowing how things will work out for us and that time creates feelings of fear, anixiety, and apprehension. Elijah experienced such a time.

    Valley Grove A/G July 21, 2013 “Living Without Fear in ‘In-Between’ Times” I Kings 19:1-8 In the previous chapter the Prophet Elijah saw God send rain on the land where there had been no rain for three long years. He then went to Jezreel. King Ahab told Jezebel all more

  • The Journey Is Too Great For You

    Contributed by Samuel Fulkerson on Aug 23, 2012

    THE JOURNEY IS TOO GREAT FOR YOU! But The Journey is not too Great for You and GOD!

    Hebrew: • The Old and New Testaments were originally written in Hebrew. o Our Old Testament was translated from Hebrew into English. o Our New Testament was translated from Hebrew to Aramaic to Greek to English. o I find it interesting that out of all the languages on Earth God could have more

  • Saw That Series

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Aug 26, 2012

    Did you know at times we tend to view things wrongly? The good seems to be bad and bad seems to be good. Not all apples that look gorgeous and delicious on the outside are entirely tasty on the inside; at times the inner portion is rotten and also sour

    Saw that…. 1 King 19:3”when he saw that, he arose and ran for his life, and went to Beersheba, which belongs to Judah, and left his servant there. 4 But he himself went a day's journey into the wilderness…” Mightiest of achievements is ephemeral! Can I get your more

  • Waiting For The Whisper

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Aug 3, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    Even when we are most discouraged God calls us to get back to work, doing what He has called us to do.

    Waiting For The Whisper July 15, 2012 1 Kings 19:4-15 Intro: What are you doing here? That is a great question. One we could ask each other as we gather as a church. What are you doing here? Why did you come? It is a great question we could ask corporately as this church – what more

  • The Roller Coaster Of Life Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Aug 6, 2012

    This sermon is a case study in the causes and cures of depression. Elijah is depressed and God knows how to help him out of that dark place.

    Introduction: A. The story is told of a depressed man who was sitting at a bar just looking at his drink. 1. He stayed like that for half an hour. 2. Suddenly, a big, mean-looking man stepped next to him, took the drink from the guy, and just drank it all down. 3. This caused the depressed more

  • If God Is With Me, Why Can't I Hear Him? Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Aug 12, 2012

    I have come to this conclusion. Finding God is only difficult because of us. Not because of Him. God doesn’t want us to be in the dark. God doesn’t want us to wonder what He wants us to do. Think about it this way: if there was something you wanted y

    Finding God at Christmas “If God is with me, why can’t I hear him? 1st Kings 19 I had been away leading a conference on church growth in another church. We had experienced a good week but I was ready to get back home to my family. The conference closed on Friday night around 9:00 more

  • Ain't It Awful

    Contributed by William Nieporte on Feb 4, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    Elijah mistakenly thought he was alone in his service to God.

    Have you noticed that more and more people seem to be joining the “Ain't it Awful Club”? In fact, there are new chapters forming every day. Some gather in the neighborhood barber shop or beauty salon. Others meet at the community coffee house, the corner pub, or next to the water more

  • Dealing With Depression

    Contributed by Chuck Gohn on Mar 18, 2013

    A tough sermon that addresses the reality of depression and how to deal with it from a Biblical perspective. Because of the subject matter there was no central scripture text, but a variety of passages that gave evidence to the fact that many Biblical cha

    Well, good morning. Is anybody dealing with the winter blues? Anybody at all? Be honest. Of course you are. Because it’s January, there is snow on the ground, it’s cold out there, and the Steelers are not going to be in the Super Bowl. We all experience the winter blues, but if more

  • “in Times Of Discouragement” Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Apr 18, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    God has a word for us in discouraging times.

    In 1 Kings 18, we are told about Elijah’s “mountain top” experience. He had challenged the prophets of Baal to a contest and had won! It had been decided that each would place a sacrifice upon the altar and pray to his God. The God who answered by sending fire from heaven upon the more

  • God's Whisper

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Nov 13, 2013

    In the midst of our distress, God whispers words of comfort in our hearts

    1 Kings 19:1-18 “God’s Whisper” INTRODUCTION Today is All Saints Sunday. It is a time that the Church pauses to remember those who have gone before us and to celebrate their lives, their witness, and their faith. Historically it has been one of the high holy more

  • Bread, Water And Rest

    Contributed by Steve Anderson on Dec 18, 2014

    Funeral sermon for a 16-year old who took his life by suicide at 3 AM by gunshot. It is based on what God provided Elijah when he wanted to die. Its intent is to offer the equivalent of bread, water and rest to the grieving, especially peers and family.

    Background (1 Kings 18): 450 idol prophets; 2 altars, 1 fire; Elijah stood up to 450 prophets of Baal but ran for his life when one woman threatened him (1 Kings 19:3-8). Elijah wanted to die, he had poured out his life for God and felt it had no impact. He was tired and in despair, more