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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Calm (emotionally) (09/13/07)

TITLE: The Sound of His Voice
By Donna New
09/15/07


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Calm

The Sound of His Voice

He found himself in a cave in Horeb. ďLord, Iím deeply afraid of Jezebelís army. Iím told of her threats to kill me to me and I am alone. There are no other believers but me.Ē The Lord loved his normally powerful prophet and he told Elijah, ďIíll pass by your cave to strengthen you.Ē

At first, Elijah wondered what was going on! The wind blew so hard it started an avalanche but that wasnít the Lord! Then an earthquake shook the mountain and a fire raged but the Lord was not in them! Finally, calm came over the mountain and over Elijahís heart. He would know that voice anywhere. It was his Heavenly Fatherís voice. It was the sweet voice that caused the birds to hush. It was the breath that breathed life into Adam, into every baby born in this world and into a new believerís heart. He went outside to get closer and to speak with Him. The Lord said, ďI may not be in Jezebelís rage, or in the clamor of all of those fearful, dreadful thoughts youíve been thinking, but my quiet gentle voice is the strong cord woven through your life. I will not, I will not forsake you. Iím difficult to hear sometimes, amidst the commotion of this world but know that I am the part of you that is incorruptible. Now I have some advice on how to take JezebelÖĒ

Of course that was exactly what Elijah needed. That calm assurance that the Lord was nearby refreshed him and the Lordís advice on a battle plan kept him from feeling helpless. Elijah followed the Lordís words in his obedient and powerful way.


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Diane Bertrand09/20/07
Great take on a great story. Thanks.
Joanne Sher 10/01/07
Congratulations, Donna. Your entry has placed 10th in Level 1. The Lists for the Top 15 in each Level and the Top 40 overall are available in the Weekly Results and Highest Rankings forum of our Faithwriters Message Boards.