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Has God Lost the Battle?
by Ray Pritchard

No matter how hopeless the situation looks, God has not lost the battle. In the end we’re going to come out on the winning side.

Text: Romans 11:1-10
Sermon Series: Understanding God's Plan (Romans 9-11)
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Who Do Men Say That I Am?
by Ray Pritchard

If you ever travel to the Holy Land, one of the places you may visit is an Arab town called […]

Text: Matthew 16:13-17
Sermon Series: Standalone Messages
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Empty Barrel Graduate School
by Ray Pritchard

Are we willing to obey God even when it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense?

Text: 1 Kings 17:8-16
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man
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Chariots of Fire
by Ray Pritchard

Nothing of God dies when a man of God dies.

Text: 2 Kings 2
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Is There No God?
by Ray Pritchard

Who can trace the path of the Lord? No one can. It is enough to know that we belong to him.

Text: 2 Kings 1
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man
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Burning the Plow
by Ray Pritchard

It does not matter whether or not people understand us or think we are even sane as long as we are true to God.

Text: 1 Kings 19:19-21
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man
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Payday Someday
by Ray Pritchard

We need some Elijahs who will care more for the King of Kings than for the kings and queens of this dying world.

Text: 1 Kings 21-22 & 2 Kings 9
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man
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Dry Brook University
by Ray Pritchard

Christ’s followers must all spend some time by the drying brook to prepare us for greater work God has for us later. It may be the drying brook of popularity, or the drying brook of failing health or a sick loved one or a failing career, or the drying brook of a friendship that is slowly fading away. God wants to teach us not to trust in his gifts, but in himself. He wants to drain us of self, as he drained the apostles by ten days of waiting before Pentecost.

Text: 1 Kings 17:2-7
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man
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How to Help a Caveman
by Ray Pritchard

It is not a sin to be discouraged. It is not a sin to be depressed. It’s what you do when you are discouraged, depressed and feeling hopeless that matters. Once we open our eyes, we will see God everywhere.

Text: 1 Kings 19
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man
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Obadiah: A Good Man in a Hard Place
by Ray Pritchard

Ahab was angry and that wasn’t good news. It wasn’t just that he was having a bad day or a […]

Text: 1 Kings 18:1-15
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man

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