Elijah was a man marked by the presence and the power of God in his generation. God used him to confront the false systems of his day and to demonstrate the power and authority of the one true God. In this teaching, Robert Stearns shows the key attributes of Elijah’s life that allowed him to be used as a prophetic voice that brought forth the standard of the Lord in his day.
Through this encouraging and passionate message, Robert Stearns reminds us that as Christians, we are never promised a life free of deep personal pain. At times we may experience confusion, wondering if God is really hearing our prayers, but we can trust Him to be at work even in these times. We may not understand His plan, but we can (and must) trust His heart to be always for us, never abandoning us!
Through the account of Hannah in the book of First Samuel, Robert Stearns shares that God is able to shape and mold something of His great glory in and through us as we continually turn to Him through our times of prayer and even anguish. God can birth something glorious even in the most difficult of life’s situations and circumstances.
In this teaching, Robert Stearns encourages you to step beyond how you may feel during a worship service and intentionally engage in the presence of God. Through biblical examples and scripture, Robert shares how we are exhorted to activate our worship through dancing, singing, shouting, clapping, standing and much more. This teaching is a call to the western church to no longer be entertained by talented worship teams, but to engage body, soul and spirit in worship of the King!
Who is a New Testament Watchman and what are they called to do in this unique hour of history? This teaching not only answers these questions but also equips you to fulfill this “Watchmen’s Call” for Israel and for the Jewish and Arab people who live in her midst.