We come to a place in our text where the Lord will perform the final act of Judgment upon Jerusalem in Ezekiel’s lifetime. Consider how the Lord uses the small things we do in life to accomplish the big things. Be careful not to underestimate the power of ‘not much’ in the hands of God.
The Lord uses many types and illustrations to describe Israel’s sin during old testament times. Ezekiel 23 tells of two sisters described as representing Jerusalem and Samaria. We also learn the Bible has the power to do a mighty work in our lives. As we read the Bible, we will experience true freedom in Jesus Christ!
Why do we believe the Bible is real and authentic? Learn some answers to this question as we continue our study through Ezekiel. We study how Ezekiel receives a message from the Lord predicting Tyre, a prosperous city at the time, would be flattened and destroyed. The fulfillment of this prophecy has come to pass in very interesting and historical ways.
At one time, Satan was in heaven worshiping the Lord. However, his pride ultimately led to his downfall. We can learn from Satan’s example of what not to do. What does this mean to us? We read in 1 John 4:4 “greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world.”
As we read through Ezekiel 24-28, we learn about the judgements for a number of different people including: the Ammonites, Moabites, Edomites and Philistines. We also study the cities of Tyre and Jerusalem. Looking through recent history, we remember to set our eyes on things above as we consider the bigger picture of God’s eternal plan.
We are called to be doers of the Word. There is danger and a deception in hearing the Word and choosing not to follow the truth. We learn of disobedience in James 4:17 in knowing to do good, and not doing it. God wants us to not only listen to His Word, but to put it into practice day by day. Consider God’s deliverance in such things, as we continue our study through Ezekiel.
In our continued study through Ezekiel, we learn chapters 29-32 describe God’s judgement upon Egypt.
God calls us to relay the message of His Word clearly to unbelievers so they can be saved. Hear a word to the watchman and to the wicked as we continue our study through Ezekiel.
The Lord gives Ezekiel a message against false shepherds and a prophecy of the True Shepherd, Jesus Christ.
The Lord is ready to restore broken lives, into a like-new condition. All you have to do is ask. In Ezekiel 36 we learn the promise, premiss and price of restoration.
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