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Elijah shows up on the scene abruptly, warns King Ahab about an impending drought, and immediately goes into hiding or seclusion. That time of seclusion had extended for about three…
Thus far in the story of Elijah, we’ve seen how the prophet delivered a prophecy to King Ahab and then ran for his life. God told Elijah to hide out…
You have perhaps heard the saying/phrase “Man up.” As in, “I don’t care how tired you are; man up and get back to work.” Or, “I don’t care how unpleasant…
In verse 1, Elijah appeared abruptly to deliver a rather disturbing message to Ahab, the wicked king of Israel—there would be no rain or dew for an extended period of…
This summer we’ll be considering the ministries of two of the greatest of the OT prophets—Elijah and Elisha. Their stories are recorded in 1-2 Kings. Most of the stories about…

The Music of the Lord

May 27, 2019
Note: Every year we conduct a special "Guitar Sunday" worship service at which several of the folks from church play their guitars to accompany the singing. This message is from…
In our passage today, Jesus talks about a crisis. Not a political crisis or a financial crisis or a government crisis, but a crisis pertaining to him and his ministry.…
We live in an interesting time in history in which there is quite a bit of confusion regarding what it means to be a mother. Until the last few decades,…
Christina Miller, teacher at Maranatha Baptist University, presents a special message for the ladies at the annual Mother-Daughter lunch.
In today’s passage, Jesus talks about the importance of readiness or preparation. He urges us to be busy fulfilling our responsibilities as we wait for the Lord’s return. T he…