In Elijah and the Secret of his Power F.B. Meyer turns his writing toward the fascinating life of Elijah, revealing how "the life of this mighty man was produced through the indwelling of that Holy Spirit who is equally within reach of those who will believe and obey." Meyer carefully weaves applications to Christian walk found in Elijah's life into a compelling description of Elijah. Elijah's biography is a riveting narrative of this "wild, untutored child of the desert," who was given by God a high work and calling beset with great difficulties.Frederick Brotherton Meyer was a Baptist pastor and evangelist in England, a contemporary and friend of D. L. Moody and A. C. Dixon. Meyer was involved in ministry and inner city mission work on both sides of the Atlantic, authored 40 religious books, numerous articles and was described as The Archbishop of the Free Churches.