• Elijah at Horeb Devotional

    1 Kings 19:1–18

    Elijah thought he was the only faithful person left in Israel, but he was wrong (1 Kings 19:18). Matthew Henry writes that “in times of the greatest degeneracy and apostasy God has always had, and will have, a remnant faithful to him, some that keep their integrity and do not go down the stream.” God always has a faithful people, so we should look for Christians with whom we can fellowship and co-labor. View Resource

  • God’s Silent Presence Devotional

    1 Kings 19:9–18

    The seemingly ordinary decision to take our child to Sunday school or help him memorize Bible verses might be used by God to equip that child to be a mighty warrior in the Lord’s army. Our choice to give money to a local missionary apart from any visible revelation from God may be what purchases the Bible that leads to a great revival in a foreign land. The Lord is with us in the silent, “unremarkable” moments of our lives to do extraordinary things. View Resource

  • Elisha Succeeds Elijah Devotional

    1 Kings 19:19–21

    Leaders of God’s people come and go, but His Word remains. No figure besides the Lord is indispensable in His kingdom, which is why we should not esteem any teacher or leader more than we esteem the Lord. God’s kingdom will carry on, though leaders will come and go. Our confidence is in the power of His Word, not in individual servants of God. View Resource