You can either sharpen your pencil and prepare to take notes or simply listen to this message several times. Your choice. We're still on the topic of prayer, without which everything else doesn't amount to much. Please, let's get this right.
We usually say "burden", but there are times when our circumstances really do feel like absolute war. We go to the Lord, we examine ourselves, we ask the Spirit to examine us and make evident if there's anything standing in our way of Him. Is that what's causing this incredible difficulty? Not always. This week as we continue our journey to grow in our conversational life with the Lord...prayer. We're looking at Hannah in 1st Samuel 1.
That's right. There's no way to escape how much our Living God loves us, knows us, watches over us, cares for us. We just have no idea, and if we come even remotely close to understanding the depths of His intimacy with each and every one of us, we would want to have as much constant conversation with Him as possible. We're still digging deep into prayer. Today we're looking at Psalm 139.
All of us have run into or know someone who has experienced or is experiencing absolutely crushing circumstances. In fact, you might have seen the same situation occur to two different people, but the effects were total opposites. While one could hardly get out of bed from depression, the other not only carried the burden but was an inspiration to anyone within breathing distance.
But what if that weren't two different people, but the same person! Meet Elijah. Let's explore the difference.
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