May/June 2007
Theme: Elisha

In the Beginning (Elisha) 

Shalom, It Is Well 
The test of trust yields a harvest of delight for a Shunemite woman.

Naaman, the Leper 
Because of his faith, a Gentile army general was healed of his leprosy; others in Israel remained lepers.

Elijah and Elisha Together
In many ways Elijah represents our Lord Jesus and Elisha represents the Gospel age church.

Prelude to Elisha 
Elisha calls down fire, an apt symbol of God’s judgment on apostate Christendom.

News and Views 

Elisha and the Army Made Blind
There are lessons for us when an army was not destroyed, only made temporarily blind by Elisha.

Elisha, the Prophet of God [Part 1]
The first five miracles of Elisha’s life picture the restoration and blessing of Israel.

Elisha, the Prophet of God [Part 2] 
The next five miracles of Elisha’s life picture the blessing of the Gentiles.

Elisha, the Prophet of God [Part 3] 
The last four miracles of Elisha’s life picture God’s judgments which bring us into the new age.

Today in Propecy: A Modern Epidemic
"A worldwide epidemic carries a strong Christian message."

Poems and Short Features:
     Elisha’s Posthumous Miracle, p. 34
     And Finally

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