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Don’t You Believe in Miracles?

We are fully justified in asking God to work miracles on behalf of our loved ones. But God doesn’t limit himself to our understanding of what our loved ones need most. He is fully able to do spectacular miracles today just as he did in Bible times. But more often he gives strength to the weary and courage to the fainting and hope to those who feel like giving up. God’s miracles come in more than one variety, a truth we can experience every day.

Text: 1 Kings 17:17-24
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man
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Empty Barrel Graduate School

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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Dry Brook University

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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Elijah and the Ravens

If we are willing to obey, God can take care of the details. He can send the ravens to feed us when the world has forgotten us.

Text: 1 Kings 17:2-7
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man
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God’s Mountain Man

It’s time to pray, “Lord do things I’m not used to.”

Text: 1 Kings 17:1
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Resurrection Hospital

God must bring us to the end of ourselves so that we learn it’s all about him and not about us.

Text: 1 Kings 17:17-24
Sermon Series: Elijah: God's Mountain Man