The prophet Elijah was rough around the edges, a complex mountain man whose faith was remarkable and yet compromised by his own seasons of fear and discouragement. But more than anything else, he was a hero who, in God's name, "humbled the posture of a nation's idol worship, brought fire from sodden wood, rain from dry-eyed heaven, and recognition of Jehovah from pagan lips."
In Fire and Rain, author Ray Pritchard brings the relatable elements of Elijah's life into the twenty-first century, delivering an exceptional character study that reinspires modern believers to seize the day for God.
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Every one should read this book.the insight is great,makes you think about yourself.