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	"Days of Elijah" the study aim is to learn the story of this OT prophet with a particular interest toward why/how his legacy is extended into the New Testament and often connected with end time significance (end time church operates in a spirit of Elijah - courageous, prophetic, prayerful/warring/supernatural)
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	We finished up Elijah’s story last week, but we’re going to put a punctuation on the series by reflecting on one of the New Testament points of emphasis on Elijah. We will breakdown the role of Elijah as a forerunner of the Messiah. Jesus clearly pointed out that John the Baptist plays a role in that. But there is a question about whether he fully assumed all of that responsibility. While it is certain that John was a voice to announce readiness for the coming of the Lord, there is an open door for who might be a future forerunner for the return of Christ. Who might step into that space and be a witness to the coming of the Lord?
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	This is the last chapter of Elijah’s story. As many of you may know, he was one of only two people to never die but go straight to heaven from life on earth. His exit was pretty spectacular. There is clearly an effort by the Scripture writer to draw attention to the event surrounding his “translation” to heaven. So while our eyes are on that unusual event, there’s a pretty important point of revelation happening with Elisha who is left behind. There’s an important feature in this hand off of prophet to protégé – he has to “pick up” the mantle. We are going to make some observations about living with our own degree of readiness to pick up the things God has for us to do.
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	As we are winding down our study of Elijah, we are going to reflect on one of his final chapters – time spent in leaving a legacy of faith for others.  One of the most disappointing passages of Scripture is found in Judges 2 and it records that “a generation arose who did not know the LORD or recognize His works.”  If there is anything that would break a mother’s heart, it would be seeing a generation come after her that doesn’t know her God and is unfamiliar with the kinds of things that the Lord has done for her in her lifetime.  From Elijah we want to learn about leaving a legacy of faith. We want to gain a new vision of our life race…one that includes not just reaching the finish line but hands the baton of faith to others so that they can run the race God has set before them.
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	In week 10 of our study of Elijah, we learn to walk in the supernatural by following the playbook of Elijah. Elijah soaked in the presence of God and sought the provision of God because God always provides for his people. There is a supernatural spiritual war going on in our lives and our world. Greater is he who is in us than he who is in the world.
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	Week 9 in our Elijah study brings us across one of the strangest and goriest parts of the prophet’s life and work. 1 Kings 21 details a conspiracy for murder and theft, along with God’s harsh penalty for the sinful actions of the king and queen of Israel. These are individuals who have seen the miracles and heard the messages of the prophets but they have “stiff necks” and won’t surrender to God’s way.  We are going to dial into how people can ignore and disregard the things God is trying to teach them with an emphasis on keeping our hearts tender and responsive to the prompting, direction, and conviction to instruction the Lord is offering.
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	In 1 Kings 17, Elijah faced an impossible situation, bringing life back to a dead son. As far as we can tell, there had never been anyone before Elijah to see someone brought back from the dead.  Without a blueprint or instruction manual to follow, Elijah did something strange – he laid on the lifeless boy and prayed. That is a very weird prayer posture! But it reveals something important that marks a huge difference in this event and the one we celebrate this weekend.
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	<span style="caret-color:#000000"><span style="font-style:normal"><span style="font-variant-caps:normal"><span style="font-weight:normal"><span style="letter-spacing:normal"><span style="orphans:auto"><span style="text-transform:none"><span style="white-space:normal"><span style="widows:auto"><span style="word-spacing:0px"><span style="-webkit-text-size-adjust:auto">Today we are continuing our study on the life of Elijah. There’s a trend in entertainment called the reboot…when a past program gets another run. Elijah took a serious downturn in his life. Both debilitating depression and a spiritual attack brought Elijah down. But in the spirit of a reboot, God wasn’t done with Elijah. He gets a reboot, a second act.</span></span></span></span></span></span></span></span></span></span></span>
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	In this week’s study of Elijah we find out that this extraordinary prophet is an ordinary person and hits rock bottom in his life.  It will be surprising for people to see this hero suffering with a significant bout of depression and sinks to a low point in life.  There are several lessons we will pick up about hitting rock bottom in our own lives, but we’ll make no greater observation that how Jesus shows up and offers amazing affection and support to Elijah.  We will learn with fresh wonder how Jesus will be there for us in life’s low spots.  I have a deep suspicion this will be life altering for some who feel down, forgotten, beat down, and heavy hearted.
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Days of Elijah

"Days of Elijah" the study aim is to learn the story of this OT prophet with a particular interest toward why/how his legacy is extended into the New Testament and often connected with end time significance (end time church operates in a spirit of Elijah - courageous, prophetic, prayerful/warring/supernatural)

A Church in the Spirit of Elijah

· Chuck Angel

Pick It Up

· Chuck Angel

Leaving a Legacy of Faith

· Chuck Angel

Walk in the Supernatural

· Joel Engle

Resolved and Responsive

· Chuck Angel

Resurrection Life

· Chuck Angel

Second Act

· Chuck Angel

Hitting Rock Bottom

· Chuck Angel

Speaking Truth for God

· Chuck Angel

The Showdown

· Isaiah Andrews

Switching Seats

· Chuck Angel

There

· Chuck Angel

Introduction to Elijah

· Chuck Angel