Photo by Birmingham Museums Trust on Unsplash Sometimes rescues aren’t just about what God is doing but about what He’s like, demonstrating His remarkable care and our remarkable weakness—from the best to the worst of us. In Great Escapes 3, Elijah prophesied a three-year drought to King Ahab, then hid from him as God instructed. … Continue reading Great Escapes 4, with a King, Queen and Prophet: How and Why God Sometimes Rescues at (or Past) the Last Minute
God’s rescues have many purposes, including the opportunity of increasing the faith of mothers and prophets alike in Him, His goodness, truth, provision and power. In 1 Kings 17:1, the prophet, Elijah, tells wicked King Ahab, “As the LORD, the God of Israel lives, before whom I stand, surely there shall be neither dew nor … Continue reading Great Escapes 3 with Prophets, Mothers and Sons: How and Why God Sometimes Rescues at (or Past) the Last Minute
Why does God sometimes wait to save?
Unlike my last topic, this one seemed easy....