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  • by Steve Myers

We can learn a lot from taking a deeper look at the story of when Elijah...

  • by Robert Dick
All their stories—Noah’s, Peter’s, Elijah’s, Paul’s and ours, too, contain a common element. It’s a commission—not a promise of results, but an assignment to preach the gospel.
  • by United Church of God
A biblical event many cite to support belief that the righteous go to heaven when they die involves the prophet Elijah.
  • by Jerold Aust
Your Bible reveals there will be two witnesses in the end time who will turn the world upside down, testifying for Christ against sin and sinners. Some of the miracles they will perform will parallel those of Moses and Elijah. There’s an enlightening lesson in these similarities.
  • by Jeremy Lallier
It was one of the most unlikely places for a miracle to occur. Prayer and persistence paid off.
  • by Daniel Fitzpatrick
Even people in the Bible experienced depression. God was there for them, and He is there for us. Never give up hope!
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Jesus Christ instructed His followers to pray, "Thy kingdom come" (King James Version). In its long-term effects this prayer is the most important request a person could make—asking God the Father that His Kingdom would become a reality. Three of Christ's disciples were given a special preview of the Kingdom of God commonly known as the transfiguration. What does it mean for true Christians today?
  • by Jerold Aust
Elijah's name demands attention. It means, in essence, "That One, and no other, is the only true God!" Without knowledge and conviction of the one true God, people follow the world's evil ways and reap its curses.
  • by Noel Hornor
Gentleness, so sadly lacking in this world, should be evident in the life of a Christian. What is gentleness, and how can it be a part of your life?