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“Lord, I’ve had Enough!” Reflections on Elijah’s Restoration and Renewal
Thursday 16th June
During this Quiet Morning Rev Anne Hibbert will look at how God restored Elijah when he was physically exhausted and spiritually empty. (1 Kings 19) It is so easy as Christians to exhaust ourselves doing God’s work. This Quiet morning is ideal to take time out with Father God and to take stock of what is happening in your life. Also, this is an opportunity, to be refreshed by Him and given tools to help you keep serving without out ending up in a heap like Elijah did!
During this Quiet Morning there will be two talks given by Anne, an opportunity for personal prayer ministry and two reflection times supported by Biblical handouts, a loop of photo images and gentle inspirational music. All fabulous ingredients to make a very special time out with Father-God!
There will be no charge for this event, but if you would like to give The Well a donation then this will be much appreciated.
Comments from Guests who attended a recent Well Online Quiet morning.
Wow – what a morning! Some special images that I will continue to meditate upon like God the potter reaching inside the pot to mould it. or the gold repairs! Prayer Ministry time too was special and encouraging. Amazing what God can do in 10 minutes.
Thank you all so much. God is restoring my body, mind and soul from the brokenness from cancer treatment last year. Such a great morning of restoration and hope.
You have no idea truly how God has used these online Quiet mornings to help me …. something that I probably wouldn’t have had the privilege to partake in if it hadn’t been for Lockdown, as travelling to Leamington Spa I think would be too difficult, tiring and probably traumatic for me (I don’t travel well, nor do directions = immense stress!)…so thank you for offering these to me/us.
Thank you so much for this teaching and rest and restoration Anne and for the two prayers minsters who were such a blessing