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Queen Jezebel by John Hagee

Queen Jezebel by John Hagee

Psalm 147:3
He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds
Queen Jezebel heard, she put a death warrant on Elijah’s head, and he fled for his life. In the wilderness, he begged God to take his life. He believed his efforts were in vain, that he alone served God in Israel, and he was doomed to die.

Worn out, he fell asleep under a tree. God knew that Elijah was exhausted, so He lovingly allowed him to rest, and then sent an angel to bring nourishment for the journey ahead.

Elijah headed for Mt. Horeb, the very place where God had given the Ten Commandments to Moses. He needed to hear from the Lord again. As he waited on the mountain, a violent wind tore through. An earthquake violently shook it. A fire raged across it.

Finally, a still, small voice caused Elijah to cover his face. God whispered what he needed to hear. Elijah was not alone; God was sending reinforcements.

If you are wounded from the battle, exhausted from the fight, God sees you there. Find rest in His arms. He will heal your broken heart. Listen for His whisper of encouragement. He is sending help to make you battle-ready again.

Blessing:

May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you and give you His peace. May God whisper the words of encouragement you need to hear. He is the almighty, omniscient God Who knows exactly what you lack and sends it just in time. Rest in Him. He is your Father. Amen and amen.

Today’s Bible Reading:

Old Testament

2 Chronicles 33:14-24

New Testament

Romans 16:8-15

Psalms & Proverbs

Psalm 26:1-6

Proverbs 20:17


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