Numbers 25:1-9, 14-18; 31:1-18; Judges8:28 Studying the history of the Midianites through the pages of the Bible reveals some interesting facts. Most fascinating is that they were almost annihilated by Moses who had married one of them (Zipporah) and had lived with them for 40 years while he was in exile. For Moses, he must … Continue reading The Midianites – who were they? 🤓
If satan could bring fire down from heaven to destroy Job’s sheep and servants, why couldn’t he bring it down during the time of Elijah when he faced 400 prophets of Baal? 🤔 Besides the Bible tells us in Revelation 13:13 that the second beast will make fire come down from heaven on earth in … Continue reading Why couldn’t satan bring fire down from heaven when Elijah/baal prophets were on the mountain?
Exodus 14:21-22; 26-28; Joshua 3:13-17; 2 Kings 2:8; 2 Kings 2:14 So many river splitting miracles in the Bible: - Moses split the Red Sea; - Joshua with the ark split the River Jordan to enter Jericho; - Elijah split the River Jordan after leaving Jericho before being whisked to heaven 🌪; - Elisha also split the River … Continue reading So many river splitting miracles in the Bible…
1 Kings 19:8; 1 Kings 19:11-18 Hearing God’s still small voice. God always has a remnant people no matter what’s happening... Similar to Moses and the Israelites’ experience at Mt Sinai (Exodus 19:16-19; Exodus 20:18), did you know God also appeared to Elijah at Mt Sinai (aka Horeb)? But in distinctly different ways: At Sinai … Continue reading Our God of thunder and the still small voice
1 Kings 19:1-4 Sometimes we doubt that God is with us even after we’ve seen clear evidence of His work in our lives in the past. It’s perhaps comforting to see that even great prophets like Elijah weren’t immune to this and should point to how the devil works. 😾😡 Elijah had literally just made … Continue reading Fear/doubt, even after seeing evidence of God’s work in our life
1 Kings 18:41-46 1) Even when we cannot see an immediate manifestation in the physical of what we're believing God for, our actions should reflect that we've received it. All Elijah heard was the sound of rain but no outward evidence in the skies (v 41). 2) Even when we have a promise from God, … Continue reading 5 lessons from Elijah’s prayer for rain