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Pastor Glen's Sermon PowerPoint 12/27/20

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REASONS WHY GOD ALLOWS BROOKS TO DRY UP (1 KINGS 17:1-16) PASTOR A. GLEN BASUEL 1. TO KEEP ME DEPENDING ON GOD “YOU WILL DRINK FROM THE BROOK, AND I HAVE DIRECTED THE RAVENS TO SUPPLY YOU WITH FOOD THERE…” “GO AT ONCE TO ZAREPHATH IN THE REGION OF SIDON AND STAY THERE. I HAVE DIRECTED A WIDOW THERE TO SUPPLY YOU WITH FOOD.” (vv. 4,9) 2. TO MOVE ME TO A BETTER PLACE ELIJAH SAID TO HER, “DON’T BE AFRAID. GO HOME AND DO AS YOU HAVE SAID. BUT FIRST MAKE A SMALL LOAF OF BREAD FOR ME FROM WHAT YOU HAVE AND BRING IT TO ME, AND THEN MAKE SOMETHING FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR SON. 14 FOR THIS IS WHAT THE LORD, THE GOD OF ISRAEL, SAYS: ‘THE JAR OF FLOUR WILL NOT BE USED UP AND THE JUG OF OIL WILL NOT RUN DRY UNTIL THE DAY THE LORD SENDS RAIN ON THE LAND.’” (vv. 13-14) 13 3. TO PROVE GOD HASN’T FORGOTTEN ME 15…SO THERE WAS FOOD EVERY DAY FOR ELIJAH AND FOR THE WOMAN AND HER FAMILY. 16 FOR THE JAR OF FLOUR WAS NOT USED UP AND THE JUG OF OIL DID NOT RUN DRY, IN KEEPING WITH THE WORD OF THE LORD SPOKEN BY ELIJAH. (vv. 15-16) 1. TO KEEP ME DEPENDING ON GOD (1 KINGS 17:4,9) 2. TO MOVE ME TO A BETTER PLACE (1 KINGS 17:13-14) 3. TO PROVE GOD HASN’T FORGOTTEN ME (1 KINGS 17:15-16)
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