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Tag Archives: ezekiel
The Glory of the LORD and Mount Olivet
The Bible is filled with amazing details which are sometimes missed. This is the case in the passages which we will consider in this article. Jesus ascended from the mount called Olivet (Acts 1:9-12 cf. Luke 24:50-53). Is there a … Continue reading
Posted in Jesus, Textual study, Type/Antitype Tagged 1 Kings 8:11, 1 Samuel 4:21-22, 2 Chronicles 5:14, 2 Chronicles 7:1-3, Acts 1:9-12, ascension, baker's bible atlas, book of Ezekiel, Colossians 1:27, Colossians 3:16, destruction of Jerusalem, Eli, Ephesians 3:17, Exodus 40:34-35, ezekiel, Ezekiel 10:18-19, Ezekiel 11:22-23, Ezekiel 11:23, Ezekiel 12, geography, glory departs Israel, glory departs Jerusalem, glory departs the temple, glory of the LORD, Hebrews 1:3, Indwelling of Christ, James 2:1, Jesus the glory of Jehovah, John 14:23, John 15:6, Luke 24:50-53, mount of ascension, mount of olives, mount of olivet, Romans 8:9-11, tabernacle and glory, temple and glory Leave a comment
Jesus: The Son of Man
Jesus is described as “the son of man” over 80 times in Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Most of the time, with only a couple of exceptions, Jesus is the one who used this phrase. Moreover, he was using this … Continue reading
While there are occasions when godly men and women wept in the Bible, there are also some occasions when they did not. Let’s notice… 1. Aaron and his sons Eleazar and Ithamar, were not to mourn the deaths of Nadab … Continue reading
Posted in Death, end times, Judgment Tagged 2 Samuel 12, aaron, absalom, babylonian captivity, balaam, balak, cozbi, David, eleazer, ezekiel, Ezekiel 24, ezekiel's wife, i shall go to him, ithamar, jeremiah, jeremiah 16, josephus, leviticus 10, nadab and abihu, numbers 25, phinehas, tears, weep, zimri Leave a comment
Making It Understandable
It is sometimes frustrating for preachers, and members of the church, who are trying to teach the Bible to others. People can think technically, and deeply when they want. If the job, or school demands that they learn something new, … Continue reading
Posted in Preachers, Preaching, Textual study Tagged 1 Corinthians 15, Acts 17, aratus of cilicia, areopagus, common people heard him gladly, crete, epicurean maxim. crete poet, epimenides, ezekiel, ezekiel visual aids, finding common ground, illustrations, Jesus master teach, know the audience, mars hill, natural phenomena, Parables, paul, paul use of pagan literature, preaching, speaking to pagans, teaching, thinking Biblical speaking secular, Titus 1, visual aids, zeus 2 Comments