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Three Roles to Consider
Posted on April 7, 2023 by Bryan Hodge
I want to highlight three roles which are mentioned in the book of Ezekiel. These roles are: the watchman, the hearers, and the shepherds. 1. The Watchman (Ezekiel 3, 33). The prophet or preacher is compared to a watchman. It … Continue reading →
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