Monthly Archives: August 2011

Lessons from the Triathlon pt. 3: Get Ready For The Right Event

Well, after a long hiatus, lessons from the Triathlon is back with it’s third installment: Get Ready For the Right Event. If you missed the first 2 parts, you can read them here and here. One of the most challenging … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 16-17: The Faithful Husband

Throughout the Old Testament, Israel is referred to as the unfaithful wife of the Lord. This is spoken of in great detail in the book of Hosea, but in Ezekiel 16, we read a startling picture of just how unfaithful … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 13-15: Where Does Prophesy Come From?

If you didn’t already know, Ezekiel is an Old Testament prophet. He was used by God to speak the very words of God to the people God. But he was not the only prophet. There were many prophets during Ezekiel’s … Continue reading

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If More People Spoke Like This, There Wouldn’t Be So Much Church Division….

One of the things that turns people off to Christianity the most is the constant bickering and back biting between different Christian “Camps”. And no, I don’t mean those places where you play kajabi can-can and recommit your life to … Continue reading

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As Clear as Mud: What the Cherubim Are (and aren’t)

In the book of Ezekiel we read the only description in the Bible of what cherubim look like: And from the midst of it came the likeness of four living creatures. And this was their appearance: they had a human … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 9-12: New Hearts and A New Spirit

At this point, after coming face to face with the severity of Israel’s rebellion, and God’s wrath against them, Ezekiel is concerned that God may actually put an end to Israel and Judah altogether, leaving no one to carry on … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 5-8: What God Hates Most

The end of Ezekiel chapter 8 explains to us what God saw as the greatest abomination committed by the people of Israel. 16 And he brought me into the inner court of the house of the Lord. And behold, at … Continue reading

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