You’re the troublemaker —, not me!

by | Oct 21, 2020

You’re the troublemaker —, not me!
” … Ahab went to meet Elijah,  and when he saw him, Ahab shouted, “There you are, the biggest troublemaker in Israel!” Elijah answered: You’re the troublemaker —,, not me! You and your family have disobeyed the Lord’s commands by worshiping Baal. Call together everyone from Israel and have them meet me on Mount Carmel. Be sure to bring along the four hundred fifty prophets of Baal and the four hundred prophets of Asherah who eat at Jezebel’s table.  Ahab got everyone together, then they went to meet Elijah on Mount Carmel.  Elijah stood in front of them and said, “How much longer will you try to have things both ways? If the Lord is God, worship him! But if Baal is God, worship him!” The people did not say a word.” 1 Kings 18:16-21 (CEV)
Ahab, the tyrant ruler, falsely accused Elijah God’s man as the one that troubled Israel.
Rulers and leaders today, like Ahab, still falsely accuse others.
However, Elijah was bold and courageous enough to correct the illusion the king had.
Are you wrongly accused?
Do you have the power with God to correct the narrative?

Elijah did not only stop there; he challenged the whole nation to quit double speaking.
“How much longer will you try to have things both ways? If the Lord is God, worship him!”
Are people in your area of influence confused about who is the true God?
Are you positioned like Elijah today to challenge your place of dominance to embrace God totally?
At the National level, can God depend on you to manifest His power through you?
Elijah had what it takes to bring God’s will to pass.
Check your personal relationship with God and align yourself with His purpose.
It’s not about the verbal exchange of words.
It’s about being seated in the heavenly to reign and rule with Christ. (Ephesians 1:21-23)
Don’t just speak rhetoric.
Greater than Elijah is in you to bring God’s counsel to pass in your area of dominion
You have Christ Jesus living in you to empower you.

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