Throughout time, both godless people and God‘s people alike have sought out to kill the prophets, not liking their message of repentance. Examples of this are Elijah, John the Baptist, almost all of the disciples and apostles, and Jesus Himself, who was put to death by the Jewish higher-ups. Unfortunately, today, God’s true prophets are still hated, disliked, and ridiculed by Christians and non-Christians alike. For instance, I receive many private and public comments that what I do is wrong and this is not the way, according to the Bible. I am quick to correct people, telling them that we all have our callings, and mine, just as in situations recorded in the Bible itself, is an unpopular one.
This is why I’m going to tell you a little bit about the great prophet, Elijah, and his place in the Bible.
Elijah’s ministry took place in the ninth century, B.C. …
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