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  • Burn The Plow And Roast The Cow Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on May 8, 2021
    based on 4 ratings

    Why did God choose Elisha to be Elijah's understudy? What characteristics did God admire in this man that we can copy?

    OPEN: The story is told of a University professor who told his class he was going to prove that there was not a God. Then he looked up at the ceiling and shouted, “God if you are real, then I want you to knock me off this platform. I’ll give you 15 minutes!” He kept taunting God… 5 minutes went more

  • Your Emotional Health Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Apr 18, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    This series identifies areas in your life that need to be balanced. This is the 5th sermon in the series, Balanced Living.

    Series: Balanced Living [#5] YOUR EMOTIONAL HEALTH 1 Kings 19:1-15 Introduction: As we continue in our study “Balanced Living”, we will look at being emotionally balanced. With today's high-pressure lifestyle, it's easy to run out of emotional energy. You can call it depression, more

  • Elijah's Crisis

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Dec 1, 2020

    The pandemic seems to go on forever. Instead of getting better, Covid is getting worse. Many are becoming discouraged and depressed because of lockdowns and other guidelines that give us limited mobility.

    ELIJAH’S CRISIS The pandemic seems to go on forever. Instead of getting better, Covid is getting worse. We are now deprived of some of the things we are pleasantly accustomed to as a church, and we may soon have to forego some of those privileges we have been able to enjoy for the last few months more

  • What Are You Dong Here? (A Message About Depression) Series

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Oct 20, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    This event in the life of the prophet Elijah will show us to both 'fall into' and 'climb out of' Depression,

  • Faithfulness (Friday Of The 10th Week In Ordinary Time)

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Jun 20, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    What are the advantages of being faithfulness to God, the other, and the self?

    Reflection The readings of today (1 Kings 19:9a;11-16, Matthew 5:27-32), call each one of us to reflect on the topic: Faithfulness. Faithfulness to God, means living the Covenantal relationship with God, being in touch with Him all the time or being aware of His presence all the time, wherever more

  • Que Hacer Cuando Dios No Hace Nada Series

    Contributed by Rev. Chris Swanson on May 26, 2020

    Uno de los dos hombres que no murió, Enoch caminó con Dios y fue llevado para que no viera la muerte. Elijah fue llevado en un torbellino. En el capítulo anterior, Elijah tiene un concurso con profetas malvados.

    Jezabel, esposa de Acab y una de las mujeres más malvadas de la Biblia, se enojó por la muerte de sus profetas, ya que le revelaron todo lo que quería escuchar, pronosticando su futuro poder y grandeza. Elijah era una espina firme para Jezabel ya que preveía la miseria y el more

  • Alone Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on May 13, 2020

    Words matter. Words are powerful. The Devil uses words against us and his words are dangerous to live by!

    Pt. 4 - Alone VIDEO BUMPER Introduction We learned the saying as children on a playground and it sounds great . . . "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” The only problem is that the statement isn't true! In fact, haven't you discovered that there have more

  • "overcoming The Season Of Droughts"

    Contributed by Rev. Mark Orwa on May 7, 2020

    Denomination : Presbyterian

  • Que Hacer Cuando Dios No Hace Nada Series

    Contributed by Rev. Chris Swanson on Apr 22, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    En el capítulo anterior, Elijah tiene un concurso con profetas malvados. Elijah era una espina firme para Jezabel ya que preveía la miseria y el juicio.

    Versos 1 al 4 • Elijah huye por su vida, no es heroico ni valiente • Él corre, se esconde debajo de un árbol y pide morir, su actitud se llama yo renuncio, me rindo • ¿Cuántos de nosotros hemos sentido esto y gritamos, de qué sirve? • ¿Por qué se siente Elijah de more

  • "The Coronavirus Blues”

    Contributed by Andy Grossman on Apr 18, 2020

    What to do when you have the Coronavirus blues.

  • What To Do When God Does Nothing

    Contributed by Rev. Chris Swanson on Apr 7, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    One of two men that did not die, Enoch walked with God and was taken so he did not see death, Elijah was taken in a whirlwind. In the preceding chapter, Elijah has a contest with evil prophets.

    Jezebel, wife of Ahab and one of the evilest women in the Bible, was angered due to the death of her prophets, since they revealed to her all that she wanted to hear, forecasting her future might and grandeur. Elijah was a steady thorn to Jezebel since he was foreseeing misery and more

  • Faith And Struggle Series

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Feb 21, 2020

    The war between faith and struggle is eternal. Adam started the struggle and it continues on. The prophet Elijah was faith veteran but suddenly he had life-threatening. So this man made it or not the call is the description in this sermon.

  • "qué Estás Haciendo Aquí" Año Nuevo

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Jan 11, 2020

    A medida que llega el año nuevo, Dios puede tener planes diferentes en mente para nuestras vidas que los que tenemos nosotros. Al mirar a Elijah, vemos cómo Dios nos usa incluso cuando estamos desanimados.

    "Qué estás haciendo aquí" 1 Reyes 19: 1-18 1 Pedro 4: 12-19 13/01/2020 ¿Alguna vez le has asignado a alguien la tarea de ir a hacer algo y pensaste que se había ido para hacerlo? Pero luego te das la vuelta más tarde y están en el mismo lugar, y more

  • What Are You Doing Here--It's A New Year?

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Jan 11, 2020
    based on 3 ratings

    What do we expect God to do in our lives in the coming year. What can we expect from the new year that God brings to us. The Life of Elijah shows that God works even through our discouragement.

    “What Are You Doing Here” 1Kings 19:1-18 1 Peter 4:12-19 1/13/2020 Have you ever given someone an assignment to go and do something, and you thought they had left to do it. But then you turn around later and they are in the same spot, and you ask the question, “what are you doing here?” more

  • The Still Small Voice Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Nov 10, 2019
    based on 2 ratings

    Faced with the threat of death, Elijah lost his faith that God cared for him and lost sight of God's power. Can that happen to us, and what can Elijah's experience teach us about our faith?