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July 17, 2018

The First Resurrection in the Bible (Pt. 2)

When you think of the word “resurrection,” you probably picture Jesus rising from the tomb. That’s certainly the most important one, but there are others in the Bible as well. Dr. David Jeremiah returns to the book of First Kings for a resurrection that involved the prophet Elijah.

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The Overlooked Prophet

When it comes to biblical literacy, one person whose life seems to be consistently overlooked is the prophet Elijah. Even non-believers can talk intelligently about the lives of Moses or David, but ask a Christian about the history of Elijah and you’ll often come up with a blank stare.

How can such an important man be ignored?

Well for one, his origins are a mystery. We know nothing about his parents or family history. He also had a very peculiar appearance that makes him an unusual character. And his ability to cause droughts, raise the dead, and call down fire from the heavens makes him someone that can be hard for us to relate to.

It is much easier for us to identify with a man like Peter, who–although he loved and served Jesus Christ–always seemed to be putting his foot in his mouth or doing the exact opposite of what he should have been doing. We can all relate to someone like that.

But it’s hard for us to self-identify with the great miracle worker and prophet of fire, Elijah.

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