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This examine examines Ezekiel's venture to explain the indescribable, a God past imagining, a King important of our reverence.

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The Death of a Great City (Ezekiel 4—7) 3. The Glory Has Departed (Ezekiel 8—11) 4. The Truth about the False (Ezekiel 12—14) 5. Pictures of Failure (Ezekiel 15—17) 6. God Is Just! (Ezekiel 18—21) 7. See the Sinful City! (Ezekiel 22—24) 8. God Judges the Nations (Ezekiel 25—28) 9. Egypt Will Fall! (Ezekiel 29—32) Interlude 10. Warnings and Promises from the Watchman (Ezekiel 33—35) 11. From Restoration to Reunion (Ezekiel 36—37) 12. God Protects the Nation (Ezekiel 38—39) 13. Glory in the Temple (Ezekiel 40—48) Notes The Big Idea An Introduction to Be Reverent by Ken Baugh I hold the office of the president of the United States in high regard.

And God wants us as His children to live holy lives—to hate sin as He hates it and to live lives of obedience empowered by the Holy Spirit. In My Utmost for His Highest, Oswald Chambers said, “The destined end of man is not happiness, nor health, but holiness. God’s one aim is the production of saints. ” The Justice of God. God is just in that He must punish sin, and God is love in that He loves the sinner. Therein lies the great paradox for many people. How can a loving God punish the sinner whom He loves?

31:19; 1 Peter 1:3; John 3:16; 17:3). And God wants us as His children to live holy lives—to hate sin as He hates it and to live lives of obedience empowered by the Holy Spirit. In My Utmost for His Highest, Oswald Chambers said, “The destined end of man is not happiness, nor health, but holiness. God’s one aim is the production of saints. ” The Justice of God. God is just in that He must punish sin, and God is love in that He loves the sinner. Therein lies the great paradox for many people. How can a loving God punish the sinner whom He loves?

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