Are we able to put those false idols and roots to the fire? Are we willing to give them up to live a life of obedience and devotion to God?
Elijah is one of the fiercest prophets found in the Bible but one of his biggest challenges and tests came at Mt. Carmel. Are you able to face Mt. Carmel?
Mt. Carmel provides us with the Bible’s most ruthless marriage: Jezebel & Ahab. And while we’re quick to judge them, how often do we evaluate ourselves?
While Mt. Carmel is home to a beautiful land of vineyards, it is also home to one of Israel’s biggest distractions: Ba’al. So what’s your Ba’al?
We often think of Armageddon as a cataclysmic event that will take place one day and the entire world will end. But Megiddo shows us another reason for John’s use of Armageddon in Revelation.
Josiah may have been one of the greatest kings in the history of Judah and Israel. But his death leaves a bad taste in the mouths of those who read. Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people?
He built up one of the most famous tels in archaeological history, but as a weak and sullen King, Ahab allowed his impatience and temper to form one of the worst legacies in the Bible.
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Caesarea Maritima: Paul was rescued from a life of hate and God used him to change the course of history. Agrippa, however, would not accept the change.
Caesarea Maritima: God, through his miraculous networking skills had Peter come to Cornelius.Peter needed Cornelius as much as Cornelius needed Peter.
Caesarea Maritima: Pontius Pilate teaches us that fearing people and making decisions on what people say will lead to disasterous consequences.
Caesarea Maritima: Herod the Great teaches us that no matter how many great things we do, if we don’t have good character then our “things” are tarnished.
Valley of Elah: We must continue moving forward and following Jesus into our new life as He continues inaugurating his Kingdom on Earth as in Heaven.
Valley of Elah: Like those average people, those Israelites lined up in the Valley of Elah, we can now run forward knowing that victory is ours.
Valley of Elah: David may not have been the tallest, strongest, or smartest, but God entrusted him with leadership and he would not fail his first test.
Valley of Elah: As King, Saul was supposed to be an instrument of God, but instead he became an instrument of man and allowed them to rule on his heart.