Where is the God of Elijah?
What does this mean?
I'll tell you a tale straight from the Good Book.
This question will answer every financial need.
It's about obeying God and trusting Him.
Trusting Him as Provider, not just trusting your provision.
Elijah obeyed God and said it wouldn't rain.
This command had the potential to harm him.
But God sent him raven to feed him bread and meat.
He drank from a brook, but oh-no.
The brook dried up.
It looks like his financial needs won't be met.
Then a profound statement is made.
God COMMANDED a widow to feed him.
Elijah trusted God for his needs, not just his provision.
Bounds and bounds of miracles were performed through Elijah.
This poem does not have space to provide them.
Let's jump forward to Elisha.
Elijah mentored Elisha.
Elisha followed him through the thick and thin.
Elijah and Elisha came to an immovable obstacle.
They couldn't pass through it, unless God showed up.
The obstacle was the Jordan River.
It represents any obstacle in your life.
Elijah took the mantle and the Jordan parted.
Jump forward in the tale again.
Elijah is taken to heaven, leaving behind his mantel.
Elisha picks it up and approaches the Jordan River, alone this time.
He asks thee question, the question that can change your life.
Where is the God of Elijah? And it parted.
I serve the same God Elijah served.
My obstacle, the Jordan River, will part if I'm in God's will.
If I am obedient to God, He must meet my financial need.
The next time a "Jordan River" is in front of you.
Ask, Where is the God of Elijah?
And experience the peace that passes all understanding