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The World Of Elijah And Elisha

Elijah and Elisha were two of the most powerful of The Lord's prophets during the period of the kings. Elijah came first (1 Kings 17:1), with the younger Elisha called later to serve as his assistant (1 Kings 19:19-21). Upon Elijah's departure on a "chariot of fire" (2 Kings 2:11), Elisha was appointed to replace Elijah as the leader of the prophets (2 Kings 2:15), and to complete the mission that The Lord originally gave to Elijah.

The World Of Elijah And Elisha 1. Tishbe. Elijah's birthplace. (1 Kings 17:1)

2. Kerith Ravine. The Lord had ravens bring food to Elijah. (1 Kings 17:3-4)

3. Zarephath. Elijah was given a place to live by a starving widow, during which he miraculously multiplied her food supply, and restored her dead son to life. (1 Kings 17:8-24)

4. Mount Carmel. Elijah's confrontation with the prophets of Baal. (1 Kings 18:18-40)

5. Beersheba. Elijah fled from the wicked Jezebel. (1 Kings 19:1-3)

6. The Wilderness of Beersheba. Elijah met the angel. (1 Kings 19:3-9)

7. Mount Horeb. Elijah's meeting with The Lord. (see Rock Of Ages) (1 Kings 19:8-18)

8. Abel Meholah. Birthplace of Elisha. (1 Kings 19:16)

9. Jezreel. Elijah delivered The Lord's condemnation on Ahab (see Kings of Israel and Judah) and Jezebel. (1 Kings 21:17-27)

10. Gilgal. Elijah and Elisha traveled through Gilgal before Elijah's departure. (2 Kings 2:1)

11. Jericho. Elijah taken away on a "chariot of fire." (see Aircraft In The Bible?) (2 Kings 2:11)

12. Jericho. Elisha appointed as Elijah's successor. (2 Kings 2:15)

13. Bethel. Elisha had a bear maul a gang of youths who were insulting The Lord's prophet. (2 Kings 2:23-25)

14. The Desert of Edom. Elisha prophesied rain. (2 Kings 3:17)

15. Shunem. Elisha restored a woman's son to life. (2 Kings 4:32-37)

16. Gilgal. Elisha purified a poisonous stew. (2 Kings 4:38-41)

17. The Jordan River (see The Jordan Valley). Naaman healed of his leprosy. (2 Kings 5:13-14)

18. Jericho. Elisha made an iron axe head float. (2 Kings 6:5-7)

19. Dothan. Elisha led the Aramean army from Dothan to Samaria. (2 Kings 6:13-19)

20. Samaria. Elisha prophesied the end of the Aramean siege. (2 Kings 7:1-2)

21. Damascus. Elisha pronounced the end of Ben-Hadad. (2 Kings 8:7-15)

22. Ramoth Gilead. Elisha sent one of the prophets to anoint Jehu as king. (2 Kings 9:1)

Fact Finder: Did John The Baptist come in "the spirit [i.e. The Holy Spirit] and power of Elijah"?
Matthew 11:14


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