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Let God Drop the Mic in Your Life

This is our B moment. Our moment to be still…to be fed by the Word of God…to be grateful.

Scripture reference: Psalm 103:19 (NIV)

Today, I am thinking about when God drops the mic.

Recently, we’ve been talking about a fear of lack of provision and the myriad ways God responds to us. Sometimes it is the time when we doubt or need a little proof that God is still in control that He’ll give us that “drop the mic” lesson.

This is what happened to the Israelites at Mount Carmel. The prophet Elijah was terribly frustrated with the Israelites, so he summoned them to Mount Carmel where he asked them how much longer they would waver. He stated that if the Lord is God, they should follow Him; if Baal is God, then they should follow him.

Furthermore, Elijah told them that he was the only prophet standing for God, but Baal had 450 prophets standing for him. So, Elijah asked the others to bring two bulls forward for a little contest. He said that they should choose whichever bull they wished, cut it into pieces, and lay it on the wood of Baal’s altar.

Then, Elijah would choose a bull of his own and lay it on the altar before God. Next, they would call on the name of their god, and Elijah would call on the name of the Lord. The God who answered by setting fire to the wood would be the true God. All of the people agreed.

The people prepared their bull and cried out before Baal. They even began dancing before him, but there was no fire. By this time, Elijah was mocking them, asking if their god was simply asleep.

Yet then Elijah got serious. He went to the Lord and prayed before Him. In an instant, fire flashed down from heaven, and the young bull burned up. That’s what I call a “drop the mic” moment. With that, let us remember these words: “The Lord has established His throne in heaven, and His kingdom rules over all.” Psalm 103:19 (NIV)

Please share this reflection as others desire to be inspired.

So today, let God drop the mic in your life.

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