By Chris Fillingham
A sermon on I Kings 19
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A reflection on this week's sermon.
The Great Juxtaposition of Elijah - An example of how God uses the darkest parts of our lives to guide us to a place where we will be open to a deeper love of God. Whether your spiritual journey is currently on a “Mt Carmel” or a “Mt. Horeb”, God is never absent. Be reminded that when you find yourself on a “Mt. Horeb” that’s where God’s real lasting work occurs in your life, it's those days when God appears to be absent or silent, that God is actually opening up space in your heart to a power of love that we cannot fathom, that helps us to be broken of false attachments.