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Ezekiel’s Vision (Ezekiel 1-3)
Have you ever noticed how many times it is that before God sends a messenger, He first impresses the messenger with a glimpse of His glory? Here are some examples: (1) Moses (Exodus 3); (2) Isaiah (Isaiah 6); (3) Ezekiel … Continue reading
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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