Elijah & Elisha – The Mantle for God’s People

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Elijah & Elisha – The Mantle for God’s People

Russell visited several of our churches and mixed with our people.  We found him to be caring, kind, and of a tender heart.  He was  gentle toward all believers and unbelievers with whom he comes in contact. He is well respected in our midst for his honesty in word and deed.  Russell demonstrates Godly character and lives the life of the God he believes in.  He does so with sincerity and love. Russell’s heart is as a father who cares for God’s children.

– Isabel D. Still

Elijah & Elisha

The kings of Israel and Judah were in serious trouble with the Lord. Twelve years of worshiping Baal, listening to Jezebel, and killing the prophets were catching up to them. The Northern and Southern earthly kingdoms were coming to an end.  God warned them that he would move quickly. What appeared to be harmless details to them was in fact rebellion in the sight of God.

The kingdom leaders served the gods of this world, however, Elijah and Elisha did not. They were dedicated only to the Word of the Lord. Both prophets didn’t move at all if the Lord didn’t speak directly to them. When they did move, it was with the authority of the Lord.  He allowed them in a dramatic calling down of fire from heaven, a three-year drought, people raised from the dead, and many other miraculous events. But did Elijah and Elisha take any glory? No. Elijah wouldn’t even accept Naaman’s token of appreciation – so completely was he relying only on the Lord’s provision.

Elijah and Elisha, as well as the corrupt lives of the kings, serve as important lessons for us today. In addition, there are many prophecies in 1 and 2 Kings that are now being fulfilled. Your own life will be changed forever if you apply even one truth that the Lord reveals to you in this book.

 

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