In 1 Kings 18, we see the incredible tale of the prophet Elijah going up against the prophets of Baal in a pay-per-view battle of the ages. Elijah challenges them to a duel of sorts, to see which 'god' can set the altar with their sacrifice on it ablaze. The prophets of Baal cry out to their god Baal, imploring him to give them the win, he does not. Then Elijah takes his shot, but with a twist, he submerges his altar with water, making it impossible to be set on fire. Impossible for anyone except the God who is the LORD. In our lives, as Christians, we oftentimes find ourselves building altars and asking the Lord to bless it, when what we really should be doing is asking for Him to set it on fire and consume it. Why don't we? Because more often than not, we are simply going through the motions, praying small prayers that require little faith, or asking Him for big things while at the same time not really believing He can or will bring it to pass. Elijah heard from the LORD and built an altar, but God wanted the people who stood by to know it was from the LORD so He had Elijah drench the whole thing in water. Elijah believed that the LORD would do exactly as He promised, and then the fire of the LORD fell. When was the last time that fire fell in your life? Today I would like to bring you a message on kindling the fire of the LORD.