Like Elijah Ministry
We want to go out "Like Elijah!"

Then it came about as
they were going along &
talking, that behold, there
appeared a chariot of fire
& horses of fire which
separated the two of
them, & Elijah went up by
a whirlwind to heaven.
2 Kings 2:11
I Want To Go Out Like Elijah

With a whirlwind to fuel my
chariot of fire
And when I look back on the
stars
It'll be like a candlelight in
Central Park
And it won't break my heart
to say goodbye

Rich Mullins
"Elijah"
Like Elijah Ministry
is a non-profit
501(c)(3) ministry.  
Donations are tax
deductible
"Never pity
missionaries; envy
them. They are
where the real
action is ---
where life and
death, sin and grace,
Heaven and Hell
converge. "
Robert C. Shannon
01-06-14
See it all!
07-16-14
09-23-14
01-24-14
Brass Knuckles 1
Rest of Story 2
06-16-14
Everything
updated!
09-23-14
LIFE SHOULD NOT BE
A JOURNEY TO THE
GRAVE WITH THE
INTENTION OF
ARRIVING SAFELY IN A
WELL PRESERVED
BODY, BUT RATHER TO
SKID IN SIDEWAYS,
CLOWN NOSE ON,
CHOCOLATE IN HAND
& A BODY
THOROUGHLY TOTALLY
WORN OUT &
SCREAMING...... WOO
HOO!  WHAT A RIDE!  
06-09-14
Whitefield
02-10-14
Updated Info.
09-02-14
Snowflake &  
Randols
07-16-14
FBC OK/TX
07-16-14
FBC
Purcell, OK



LIKE ELIJAH MINISTRY

& You're A Preacher's Wife
Cookbook
Nathan & Melody Durant
INGRATES!

I have loved and been blessed with Doris' daily devotions and with her blessings -
want to share them with you.  Enjoy her enlightment of God's Word!
By Doris Bookhart

When I lived in South Carolina I worked for the same lawyer
for over 15 years. I enjoy doing nice things for people, so after
I learned the ropes of my job, I began taking coffee to my boss
each morning. When clients came in, and I wasn't busy, I
would often ask if I could get them coffee or a cola. My kind
gestures were soon expected and taken for granted. It wasn't
really a problem until it became obvious that, instead of being
something I did voluntarily, it was demanded. A come-to-Jesus
meeting with my boss straightened that out and we no longer
had a problem.

    The Psalms I read today were by Asaph, and he gave a
quick recap of Israel's spiritual journey from the time they left
Egypt. It wasn't long before the nation grew accustomed to
the fact that God was going to provide their every need. This
progressed to the point where they just began to expect God
to do things. Finally, they reached a point where they actually
demanded the blessings of God. That's called ingratitude and
it is dangerous because it is the root problem of sin and can
chip away at our relationship with God. We should never forget
to thank Him for all our blessings, big or small.

    "In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in
Christ Jesus concerning you (1 Thessalonians 5:18)."

Love, Doris (& Melody!)
09-23-14
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