Still God


This weekend at Eastbrook Church I continued our series “Still” by looking at what it means to move from the agitated stillness of our humanity into the peaceful stillness of God. I walked through Elijah’s story from Mount Carmel to Mount Horeb in 1 Kings 18-19 in order to look at three essentials of encountering God in His stillness.

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Elijah Caught in the Rush (1 Kings 18-19)

The rush of success (1 Kings 18:20-46)

The rush of threats (1 Kings 19:1-3)

The rush of running away (1 Kings 19:4-9a)

The rush of the divine (1 Kings 19:9-18)

Learning Stillness before God

Running after God

Hungering for God

Listening to God

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