Elisha: His Early Ministry

Elisha: His Early Ministry
Elisha: His Early Ministry
Elisha: His Early Ministry
Elisha: His Early Ministry
Elisha: His Early Ministry
Elisha: His Early Ministry
Elisha: His Early Ministry
Elisha: His Early Ministry

Friedrich W Krummacher

£8.50 

Paperback

278 pages, Counted Faithful , ISBN: 9781788720052 [COUNT23]

15.6 x 23.4 x 1.6 cm , 1 volume(s), 432g

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Publisher's note.

This volume covers the early ministry of Elisha as recorded in chapters 2 to 5 of 2 Kings. Drawn from sermons preached to his congregation, this work follows that of Elijah the Tishbite where the call of Elisha is covered. Viewing Elisha’s ministry as essentially evangelical and gracious in its nature, Krummacher draws lessons in his own inimitable style. His descriptions of each scene draw the reader in bringing every event to life. Devotional reading from a master of the art!

Friedrich Wilhelm Krummacher (1796-1868) was a German pastor and writer. His work The Suffering Saviour together with various biblical character studies continue to be widely read and respected.

Contents:

Introductory Remarks
1. Elisha’s Character and First Appearance
2. The Judgment at Beth-el
3. The March Against Moab
4. The Miraculous Aid
5. The Multiplying of the Oil
6. The Shunammite
7. Death in the Pot
8. The Man of Baal-Shalisha
9. Naaman
10. The Little Israelitish Maid
11. The Pilgrimage
12. The Beggar’s Badge
13. The Way to be Healed
14. The Cure
15. The Decision
16. The Gratitude of Naaman
17. Scruples of Conscience
18. Gehazi