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  • I Want It Back

    Contributed by John Daniel Johnson on Dec 1, 2020
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    Something is Missing in our church, our state, and our Nation. In the midst of a global pandemic, Something Greater is Missing and we need it back. Here are the five things we need back!!

  • Has Your Faith Sunk

    Contributed by Norman Bernad on Sep 28, 2020

    It’s a story that is told to us about a miracle that God performed through one of His greatest Old Testament prophets, Elisha. Elisha was the prophetic successor of another great Old Testament prophet named Elijah.

  • You Must Protect Your Axe Head!

    Contributed by Jeremiah Menyongai on Mar 10, 2020
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    The Story Of The Lost Axe-Head Is One Of A Miracle Of Recovery & Restoration. The axe-head speaks of the power, the anointing, the enablement of the Holy Ghost, without which Christian service is ineffective. Protect your axe head.

  • When God Restores: Steps To Recovery & Restoration In God

    Contributed by Jeremiah Menyongai on Mar 10, 2020
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    As believers, our hope ultimately rests in the promise that Christ will come back for us one day and make all things new. But what about the here & now? The Bible is full of examples of how God makes things new for His glory & our good.

  • After This . . .

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Feb 21, 2020

    A message about what happens when things go from "bad to worse to unbearable"

    Title: After this . . . Theme: To show that God can work in a moment. A turnaround moment. Text: 2 Kings 6 & 7 Note: I used Tim Hill’s book Speed of Favor as a reference and notes for this message. Have you ever had one of those days when things go from “bad to worse”. Maybe one of those more

  • Surprise

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Oct 19, 2018

    A study in the book of 2 Kings 6: 1 – 33

    2 Kings 6: 1 – 33 Surprise 6 And the sons of the prophets said to Elisha, “See now, the place where we dwell with you is too small for us. 2 Please, let us go to the Jordan, and let every man take a beam from there, and let us make there a place where we may dwell.” So, he answered, “Go.” 3 Then more

  • Is Your Axe Sharp Moving Forward

    Contributed by William Mitchell on Mar 14, 2018

    Moving Forward Together 2 Kings 6:1-7

    Is your AXE Sharp Moving Forward Together 2 Kings 6:1-7 TODAY IS A ADVENTURE“Adventure isn't hanging on a rope off the side of a mountain.  Adventure is an attitude that we must apply to the day to day obstacles of life. Adventure is Facing new challenges, seizing new opportunities, more

  • The Divine Recovery Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Feb 28, 2018
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    God is concerned about the little things in our lives.

    Among the remnant who remained faithful to God are these companies of prophets (or sons of the prophet). • Elisha was mentoring a group of them, in the place where they lived (like a dormitory). • But the dwelling place was getting too small for the growing number of students. Let’s read 2 more

  • How To Recover Your Spiritual Edge?

    Contributed by Charles Jones on Feb 24, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    When we are doing the LORD’S work it is important that we take time to “sharpen the axe.”

    How To Recover Your Spiritual Edge? II Kings 6:1-7 2 Kings 6:1-7 New King James Version And the sons of the prophets said to Elisha, “See now, the place where we dwell with you is too small for us. Please, let us go to the Jordan, and let every man take a beam from there, and let us make more

  • I Want It Back

    Contributed by Pastor/Revivalist Terry Sisney on Feb 4, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    When you recognized you're missing something and you refuse to go on without it, you'll tell God: I want it back.

    Read Text 2 Ki 6:1-7 For the last several days I've been hearing these words in my spirit, "something is missing". How many has ever eaten something, You know, something you really like, you love it. You love the taste of it. It's cooked a special way. more

  • A Floating Axe, That's Weird Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Jan 7, 2018
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    This is the first in the "That's Weird" series where we look at strange stories from the Bible. This message looks at the story of the floating axe head and what that means for us today.

    If you did the Sunday School thing, or have been attending church most of your life then you probably know who I mean when I reference Elijah.  If you didn’t do the Sunday School thing or you’re relatively new to the church thing then you might not know who Elijah was. He was an Old Testament more

  • Regaining Your Cutting Edge

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jul 14, 2017

    A prophet lost his axhead/ cutting edge and needed to recover it. It was the key to his growth. Problem was, it was borrowed: he was trying to overcome his hindrances to growth by a borrowed anointing! A special stick altered its properties. Find out why.

    REGAINING YOUR CUTTING EDGE 2 Kgs. 6:1-7 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A police officer saw a man dressed as a cowboy in the street, complete with huge stetson hat, spurs, and six shooters. "Excuse me, sir," said the police officer, "who are you?" "My name's Tex, officer," said the cowboy. more

  • Getting Your Axe Together Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Feb 7, 2017

    God wants us to have hearts that are concerned about others, especially fellow believers. We see three principles that help us do so.

    Getting Your Axe Together (2 Kings 6:1-7) 1. A saw mill advertises for a timber worker. A skinny little bloke shows up at the camp the next day carrying an axe. The head timber worker takes one look at the puny bloke and tells him to get lost. "Give me a chance to show you what I can do," more

  • The Floating Axhead

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jul 19, 2016

    The account of Elisha, the student prophet and the floating axhead is one that would make intellectuals just shake their heads at someone who would believe such a thing. How big is your God? The God of the Bible is awesome even in small miracles!

    2 Kings 6:1-7 (Please open your Bibles to this passage which we will read in a couple of minutes) Where does Elisha fall in the unfolding of the history of the nation of Israel? Creation The great flood - Noah Abraham - Isaac - Jacob Joseph Moses Joshua The Judges Samuel The more

  • Breaking Off From Your Limitations

    Contributed by Bishop Prof. Julius Soyinka on Aug 18, 2015
    based on 4 ratings

    A believer can succeed without limitations if he decide to and he is determined through the strength of God, and he can refuse the distractions from the kingdom of darkness.