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A Prayer for the Discernment Needed to Make Wise Choices

Give your servant therefore an understanding mind to govern your people, that I may discern between good and evil, for who is able to govern this your great people?”—1 Kings 3:9 At the beginning of his long reign, God gave Solomon an invitation to ask for whatever he wanted. “Ask what I shall give you,” the Lord told him. Solomon prayed for the gift of wisdom—the gift of discernment or the ability to make the best choice when confronted with a number of options. God commended Solomon for not asking for a long life, nor riches … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 261

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - September 18 Then spake Solomon . . . I have surely built thee an house to dwell in. —1 Kings 8:12, 13 Solomon, the prince of peace, alone could build the temple. If we would be soul-winners and build up the church, which is God’s temple, let us note this; not by discussion nor by argument, but by lifting up Christ shall we draw men unto Him. —J. Hudson Taylor Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 313

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - November 9 So he arose, and went to Zarephath. —1 Kings 17:10 Let it be equally said of you to whatever duty the Lord may call you away, “He arose and went.” Be the way ever so laborious or dangerous, still arise, like Elijah, and go. Go cheerfully, in faith, keeping your heart quietly dependent on the Lord, and in the end you will surely behold and sing of His goodness. Though tossed on a sea of troubles you may anchor on the firm foundation of God, which standeth sure. You have for … Read More >

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5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer | When The Brook Dries Up Part 2

When Elijah was completely out of options and even despaired his own life, God was still soveriegn—and provided for each of the prophet’s needs in some incredible and unique ways. This week, we continue our study from 1 Kings. Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google Play On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to Five Minutes With Pastor Lutzer. I’m so glad that you joined us today as we continue our study titled When The Brook Dries Up. It’s the … Read More >

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Gods In Conflict

Only Jehovah can ignite wet wood!   Today, we toured the summit of Mount Carmel where Elijah confronted the prophets of Baal and proved that pagan gods where no match for Jehovah! Elijah challenged them to a duel: let’s see whose god can ignite a fire!  So the false prophets called on their god, shouting and cutting themselves to show their desperation. Elijah mocked them, saying that maybe their god is on a journey or maybe he is using the bathroom (I Kings 18:27)! After they were exhausted, Elijah asked that water be poured on the altar to make … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 143

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - May 23 Hide thyself by the brook. —1 Kings 17:3 Not by the river, but by the brook. The river would always contain an abundant supply, but the brook might dry up at any moment. What does this teach us? God does not place His people in luxuriance here. The world’s abundance might withdraw their affections from Him. He gives them not the river, but the brook. The brook may be running to-day, to-morrow it may be dried up. And wherefore does God act thus? To teach us that we are not to rest in … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 296

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - October 23 As my lord the king hath said, so will thy servant do. —1 Kings 2:38 There is something infinitely better than doing a great thing for God, and the infinitely better thing is to be where God wants us to be, to do what God wants us to do, and to have no will apart from His. —G. Campbell Morgan Read More >

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5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer | When The Brook Dries Up Part 1

Today we start a new series from 1 Kings chapter 17. What is it that God has planned for us when the brook dries up in our life? Today, Pastor Lutzer gives two important reminders. Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google Play On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to Five Minutes With Pastor Lutzer. I’m so glad that you joined us today, as we have a very brief study titled “When The Brook Dries Up.” There was an event … Read More >

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