Category Archives: Ezekiel

Amazing Grace . . . Not Arbitrary Grace

Monday’s are my Sabbath. They are my down day. No alarm, rarely a schedule. My day to recoup, renew, and “rejoice in the wife of my youth” (Prov. 5:18). Thus, on most Mondays, while I will read, I usually won’t … Continue reading

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A Shepherd

Thirteen times. That’s how many times the LORD God refers to His people as “My sheep” in Ezekiel 34. And it kind of grabbed my attention. Ezekiel is called to prophecy against the shepherds of Israel. He is given words … Continue reading

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The Power of a Promise

He had done everything for her. She had done all she could to throw it back in His face. He set her up for success. She foolishly determined to fail. He poured out His love. She responded with shameless displays … Continue reading

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Glory Present, Assume Face Position

There’s a certain protocol around heads of state. If the President of the United States, or the Prime Minister of Canada walks in a room it’s expected people will stand. If you’re military, it’s expected you’ll salute. If you’re a … Continue reading

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When I Atone for You

It’s a love story gone terribly wrong. Not a “boy meets girl” sort of love story, but a benefactor meets waif type of love story. A rags to riches love story. I’m reading Ezekiel 16 this morning and what a … Continue reading

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Able to Deliver Another

If the shear volume of words, and the number of times something is repeated is an indicator of certainty, then that God was going to judge Jerusalem was without dispute. And nothing was going to prevent it. The nation had … Continue reading

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Jehovah Shammah

It’s been a ride. From glory seen . . . to glory departed . . . to glory returned. From exile due to judgment, to return due to grace. From hard to visualize visions of whirling creatures, to easy to … Continue reading

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