Elijah: Also Called Eliah: A Benjamite Chief
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1 Chronicles 8:27
And Jaresiah, and Eliah, and Zichri, the sons of Jeroham.
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Derisively Challenges the Priests of Baal to offer Sacrifices

Elijah

Elijah the Tishbite, a Gileadite and Prophet, Called Elias

Elijah: A Post-Exile Jew

Elijah: Also Called Eliah: A Benjamite Chief

Elijah: Antitype of John the Baptist

Elijah: Appears to Jesus at his Transfiguration

Elijah: Consolation Given To

Elijah: Despondency and Complaints of

Elijah: Fasts for Forty Days

Elijah: Flees to the Wilderness of Damascus

Elijah: Kills the Prophets of Baal

Elijah: Miracles of Calls Fire Down Upon the Soldiers of Ahaziah

Elijah: Miracles of Causes Fire to Consume the Sacrifice

Elijah: Miracles of Causes Rain After Seven Years of Drought

Elijah: Miracles of Increases the Oil of the Widow of Zarephath

Elijah: Miracles of Raises the Son of the Woman of Zarephath from the Dead

Elijah: Persecuted by Ahab

Elijah: Personal Aspect of

Elijah: Prophecies of Foretells a Drought

Elijah: Prophecies of The Death of Ahaziah

Elijah: Prophecies of The Destruction of Ahab and his House

Elijah: Prophecies of The Plague Sent As a Judgment Upon the People in the Time of Jehoram, King of Israel

Elijah: Returns, and Sends a Message to Ahab

Elijah: The Tishbite

Elijah: The Tishbite, a Gileadite and Prophet, Called Elias in the King James Version of the Nt: Piety of

Escapes to the Wilderness from the Fierceness of Jezebel

Escapes to the Wilderness, where he is Miraculously Fed by Ravens

Irony: Elijah to the Priests of Baal

Meets Ahab and Directs Him to Assemble the Prophets of Baal

Sarcasm: Elijah to the Priests of Baal

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