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In 1 Kings 17:2-3, the Lord told Elijah to hide by a brook.  When he did what God told him to do, God took care of him.  Not only did he have water to drink, but God commanded the ravens to feed him every morning and evening.  One day, the brook dried up because there was no rain.

If God commanded the ravens, surely He could have commanded the brook, but He allowed the brook to dry up.  Prior to this, Elijah was satisfied.  He was comfortable.  He didn’t have a thirst or a hunger for anything, but now he did.  He wasn’t satisfied with where he was and he didn’t want to remain in that condition anymore.

The word of the Lord came to Elijah.  Not only did God tell him to move, but He told him where to move to.  Arise, go to Zarephath, which belongs to…

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Written by Wayne

Wayne is a husband, father, avid reader and writer, and youth minister who happens to believe that Jesus is central to every aspect of life…the individual, family, society, government, philosophy, the arts…and everything in between. He’s committed to challenging preconceived notions about what it means to follow Jesus, and seeks to engage the culture instead of running from it.

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