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"The Glory of Jehovah"

Ezekiel 1:28 Ezekiel chapter one begins with a vision the prophet sees as the heavens are opened. Ezekiel has this vision four times within the book of Ezekiel. Chapter 3:22ff describes Ezekiel communicating with God and again the prophet sees the glory of God as he did in chapter one. The purpose of the vision in chapter 3 was to reveal to Judah t...
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My Attitude toward Lost Souls

  Should I Rejoice? When Babylon destroyed Judah by the power of God, they were "glad" and "rejoiced' because they considered Judah getting their just reward for their sin (cf. Jeremiah 50:7). Due to their lack of mercy toward human souls and an inability to see their own sin, God showed them no mercy (Jeremiah 50:11-13). How do we respond to those lo...
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Lamentations

A study of God's Longsuffering, Fierce Anger, and Providential care for His people Introduction: The current state of Judah and Jerusalem is desolation at the hands of the Chaldeans. Lamentations is composed of five poems of deep sorrow that express the current state of the city and the captives. Jeremiah is the apparent author. The prophet's voice...
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Does Jesus "Accuse" You?

John chapter five brings forth a reality of Christian living to the saint of God. That reality is that we shall suffer persecution when we expose men's sins and stand for truth. Jesus was "persecuted" because he spoke words of truth and performed actions of law (John 5:16-18). Christians will be persecuted in this life because we are not part of the...
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Was Jeremiah a False Teacher?

 Nebuchadnezzar had marched on Judah destroying all the cities in his path, just as God had warned the Israelites. The king of Babylon now sets up Gedaliah as a governor over Judah (Jeremiah 40:7). Gedaliah encourages the surviving Jews to submit to the rule of Babylon (Jeremiah 40:9ff). Ishmael, a man of royal descent that had found refuge in Ammon, ...
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