Repairing The Broken Altars

1 Kings 18:17-20, 1 Kings 18:23-38

Elijah knew what his God was going to do because he served the True God

  • Even so, he took care to repair the altar.
  • Elijah waited until evening as that was the time he usually went to worship God.

“Whoever builds an altar takes ownership of that area”

  • An altar is a declaration.
  • Whoever built an altar had an encounter with God (Genesis 8:20-21).

Genesis 12:4-8

  • Abram built an altar in the land the Lord promised to give his descendants.
  • Abram built another altar in Bethel [verse 8].
  • Wherever he went, Abram built an altar to God [Genesis 13:18].
  • Wherever he built an altar, those places became significant to him and his seed.

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The God In The Mountain Is The Same God In The Valley

John 15:5

  • If you know you’re connected to the True vine, it doesn’t matter where you are, what season or situation you are in, it is well.
  • If you remain connected, you can sing “It is well with my soul”
  • Our problem is we look to the people we’re connected to. Those connections are useless if you aren’t connected to the True Vine.

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The Spirit of Trustworthiness

We will first look at examples of people that were not trustworthy before God

Exodus 32:1-6, John 12:1-7


Aaron carried out every instruction God gave Moses.

Aaron was with Moses whenever Moses met with the Pharaoh.

Exodus 32:2-6

  • Aaron made Israel sin by building an altar for the calf he had made.
  • Aaron blasphemed by declaring that the calf had brought Israel out of Egypt.

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Bishop Holla-The Power of Choice

Every decision we make has a bearing on our life.

The decisions we make also have an effect on future generations.

2 Samuel 11:1-7

  • The decisions we make bring about other events.
  • -David looked intently at Bathsheba and began to make inquiries. He then called for her and laid with her.
  • It is foolish to plant a seed and expect it not to grow.

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The Power Of Praise And Worship

(Psalm 22:3, Psalm 100:4, 2 chronicles 20:18-23)

You invoke the power of God when you begin to praise and worship

  • Do not underrate a time of worship.

What is Praise?

It is an expression of appreciation

  • When you praise a person, you appreciate them for what they are or what they do.
  • When we praise God, we appreciate Him for who He is, what He has done and what He can do.
  • You can praise through songs and shouting.

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Transforming The Nations By The Cross of Calvary