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Biblical truth standing on its spiritual head to get our eternal attention.

Ezekiel 1 – Forbidden Reading

| July 20, 2012

Concerning the vision in Ezekiel 1: “It has thus been, on the one hand, the point of departure for generations of mystics, who have scrutinized it in the hope of retracing Ezekiel’s steps, and finding their own path to the direct encounter with with God’s very being. Precisely for that reason, however, Jewish law forbade the public […]

John 11:35 – The Problem of Pain for God

| April 18, 2010

One of the wondrous revelations within John 11 is that the problem of pain is not just a problem for mankind. It is a problem for God. Does that strange at best, or at worst, blasphemous? If so we are missing the reality behind the relationships which are filled with pain not just for the […]

Jeremiah Hosea Ezekiel – Which Is Worse

| February 25, 2010

Life can be painful; loneliness can be suffocating, obedience can be a struggle.  Often our burdens come from our own sin.  Some originate from God.  Which is worse – to suffer because of disobedience, or to suffer because of obedience? Let’s first look at Jeremiah.  God commanded Jeremiah not to marry.

Galatians 5:20 – The Seduction of Idolatry

| February 6, 2010

A.        It is Subtle 1.         There is a sin which a Catholic priest once declared that no one had ever confessed to him – a sin so deadly that the wrath of God comes upon men because of it; a sin so common that probably everybody has at some time been guilty of it; a […]

Ezekiel – You Will Know That I Am the Lord

| October 1, 2009

Have you ever had the following experience – you remember someone, but they don’t remember you?  Do you remember what emotions you felt and experienced?  The feelings could run the gamut from “Oh well” to “Oh…” to “I’m surprised” to “How dare you!” Looking from the outside, and seeing this happen, a different emotion might […]

Jeremiah 16:1-4 – Which is Worse?

| October 1, 2009

Life can be painful; loneliness can be suffocating, obedience can be a struggle.  Often our burdens come from our own sin.  Some originate from God.  Which is worse – to suffer because of disobedience, or to suffer because of obedience? Let’s first look at Jeremiah.  God commanded Jeremiah not to marry.

Ezekiel – An Introduction

| September 17, 2009