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  • A Still Small Voice

    Contributed by Samuel Fulkerson on Jun 16, 2014
     | 2,623 views

    The still small voice of the Lord succeeds where others fail and are of no avail.

    Quotes: “There is nothing that moves a loving father's soul quite like his child's cry.” ~ Joni Eareckson Tada “When a father gives to his son, both laugh; when a son gives to his father, both cry.” ~ William Shakespeare “He didn't tell me how to live; he lived, ...read more

  • Hearing The Still, Small Voice

    Contributed by William Mouser on May 23, 2005
    based on 9 ratings
     | 2,035 views

    Combinging Jesus’ teaching on the coming Comforter and the testimony of a contemporary Christian apologist, this sermon urges appropriation of the Spirit’s ministry comes best by learning to listen to a still, small voice.

    Psalm 33, Ezekiel 11:14-21, 1 Corinthians 12:4-13, John 14:8-23 Hearing the still, small voice Today we note two birthdays, both of them mentioned in the bulletin. One birthday belongs to Emile M---, who is Donna Y---’s father. The other birthday isn’t mentioned with that term – birthday – ...read more

  • Still Small Voice

    Contributed by Scott Bradford on Apr 14, 2005
    based on 11 ratings
     | 5,959 views

    This sermon is about listening to the voice of God foillowing a national tragedy or disaster such as a Tsunamii.

    Illustration: Someone sent me an e-mail this week entitled "Thanks for your e-mails in 2004". It wasn’t really in response to my e-mails, but deals with the volumes of e-mails that are passed from person to person. Here’s what the thank you letter says: (4) "Thanks to everyone who sent me such ...read more

  • The Still Small Voice

    Contributed by John Gaston on Aug 7, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 8,985 views

    What do you do when you've lost your vision, your passion, and your walk with God? Elijah got there and went back to where he knew he could find God. He found God and got back all he'd lost, at the same cave Moses saw God's glory!

    THE STILL SMALL VOICE 1 Kgs. 19:1-18 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. I’ve found that it pays to get along with your wife. As an example of this, a man was tired of living with his wife. 2. There seemed to be no way he could get away from her verbal harangues. At last he got so desperate that ...read more

  • A Still, Small Voice Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Oct 28, 2013
     | 1,796 views

    Elijah is discouraged, but not for the reasons most people offer. It is popular to portray Elijah intimidated by vicious Jezebel and running scared in a cowardly retreat, yet his desert journey is not a sign of weakness.

    Elijah enjoyed a triumphant showdown at Mount Carmel. As we consider the aftermath, we’re apt to focus on what appears to be weakness in Elijah. This is largely due to how this passage has been translated and interpreted. The Elijah seems to be a different man in the turn of a page. Is ...read more

  • Knowing God's Still Small Voice

    Contributed by Joseph Ng on Nov 27, 2000
    based on 76 ratings
     | 2,657 views

    Disillusioned Christians need to acknowledge God's latent remnant people.

    Theme: Let's acknowledge God's latent remnant. Opening: Have you ever felt all alone when standing for the truth? Elijah sure felt that way when Queen Jezebel issued a sentence on his head for showing her up at Mount Carmel (1 Kings 18-19). He hightailed from Jezreel, up in the Northen ...read more

  • Whispers In The Wilderness Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on May 11, 2014
     | 3,781 views

    The most amazing thing is that Elijah was the greatest of all the prophets and had the most effective ministry and yet, he reaches a point where the burdens and challenges become too much for him

  • A Challenge For Elijah

    Contributed by Richard Hosea on Jun 15, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,338 views

    A challenge to the congregation to listen to the still small voice of God.

    A Challenge from Elijah And The Still Small Voice 1 Kings 19: 1-18 All of us want to be heard and understood. We want to make sure that what we say is understood so that there will be no misunderstandings Right communication is very important if we are going to get our message across. “I ...read more

  • The Gentle Whisper - Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 15, 2016
     | 1,758 views

    Elijah! What a story! What a life! Talk about a ministry with ups and downs; Elijah had them! This sermon takes us from Elijah's first encounter with Ahab to the Lord's first question to him in the cave on Mount Moriah. "What are you doing here, Elijah?"

    Elijah - a fascinating story Explain who Elijah was and where he fell in the history of Israel. Explain the spiritual state of Israel at the time of Elijah. (This is a different kind of sermon intended to be part one of two. In order to deliver this message I will read 1 Kings 17:1 - 1 Kings ...read more

  • God Sometimes Whispers

    Contributed by Ed Pruitt on Aug 25, 2006
    based on 26 ratings
     | 17,426 views

    Listen to the still small voice in all of the noise the world is making

    DISCLAIMER: Since there are a large amount of sermons and topics and illustrations that are posted on Sermon Central, I feel it is necessary to place this disclaimer on all of the sermons that I submit. These sermons are original to the author and the leading of the Holy Spirit. While ideas ...read more

  • Distractions In Prayer And God’s Transcendence: Still, Small Voice

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Oct 23, 2017
     | 845 views

    The voice of Jesus that speaks in the gospel pages is the same voice that hides in the language of divine silence. But if we do not hear the one, we are unlikely to hear the other

    “We initiate a time of prayer sensibility when we prostrate ourselves before God in adoration. We bow in adoration because of two truths—our own nothingness and God’s infinite goodness. The act of adoring God prepares our soul for the God who remains hidden always even as we meet him. His ...read more

  • Is There A Lost Art In The Church And Family?

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on May 13, 2009
    based on 6 ratings
     | 3,000 views

    You talk endangered species, the art of listening is in great danger. Let us look at listening/ear in the Bible. Wow! what a lesson!

    IS THERE A LOST ART IN THE CHURCH AND IN THE HOME? Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com There is a country music song: THE GREATEST MAN I NEVER KNEW: MY DAD? Introduction: PRECONCEIVED OPINIONS CAN HINDER WHAT WE HEAR? Years ...read more

  • Saints In Wrong Places

    Contributed by John Hickman on Sep 3, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,355 views

    Like the biblical saints, Noah, Abram, Jonah, David and Peter, who wound up in the wrong places and sinned, we also wind up in the wrong places and we look to Elijah for the answer.

  • What Are You Doing Here? Attitudes?

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Jan 21, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 823 views

    God asked Elijah, what are you doing here? God was not in the wind, the eartquake, or the fire, but rather a still small voice.

    WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE? THE ATTITUDE BATTLE? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com I. WILL I ACT BY FAITH? FAITH MUST BECOME AN AUTOMATIC LANGUAGE! THE BIBLE IS FULL OF PEOPLE WAITING WITH EMPTY ARMS? WAITING FOR THE PROMISE! DO I SPEAK THE LANGUAGE OF FAITH? HOW WILL I REACT ...read more

  • I Am He

    Contributed by Bill Butsko on Jan 17, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,381 views

    The eyes of people will be opened if they will just listen and believe the still small voice of the Holy Spirit who speaks to them.

    Text: Jesus said to her, “I who speak to you am He” (John 4:26). The eyes of a Samaritan woman are unexpectedly open as she makes a routine trip to the well to draw water for the day. After Jesus began his ministry, people began to come to him to be baptized by his disciples. His popularity ...read more