Galatians chapter 4 is about how Paul using the law as a straw man for rejecting what God spoke to Abraham in order to deceive gentile Christians with promises that are not theirs.
The thirty-first chapter of Ezekiel is about prophecy to Egypt. God is showing to Egypt how the pride of Assyria caused it’s destruction.
Paul taught we can’t earn our salvation but by grace through faith (Eph 2:8-9), while Jesus taught we must be worthy to receive salvation (Luke 20:35-36) which is by keeping God’s commandments (Matt 19:16-19; Rev 22:14). Jesus never taught salvation by grace anywhere. Paul’s teachings and doctrines are deceiving and heretic in nature, contradicting Christ’s teachings. In this third chapter of Galatians, we will look into how Paul is lying.
Paul taught we can’t earn our salvation but by grace through faith (Eph 2:8-9), while Jesus taught we must be worthy to receive salvation (Luke 20:35-36). In this second chapter of the letter to Galatians by Paul, we will see how he is deceiving with the false liberty of false gospel, rejecting what Christ said in the great commission, his arrogance and lies about the law.
Paul taught we can’t earn our salvation but by grace through faith (Eph 2:8-9), while Jesus taught we must be worthy to receive salvation (Luke 20:35-36). In this first chapter of the letter to Galatians by Paul, we will see how his teachings are heretic in nature, even going against Christ’s teachings.
The thirtieth chapter of Ezekiel is about prophecies mentioning Egypt’s fall. The prophecies seem to refer the Battle of Pelusium in 525 BC and the invasion of Egypt by Nebuchadnezzar.
The twenty-ninth chapter of Ezekiel is about prophecy against Egypt. It shall be the lowliest of kingdoms; it shall never again exalt itself above the nations, for God will diminish them so that they will not rule over the nations anymore. No longer shall it be the confidence of the house of Israel, but will remind them of their iniquity when they turned to follow them.
God will judge any nation that is like a pricking thorn to Israel. In 1948, God gathered the house of Israel and the nation of Israel was formed. They will dwell in their own land, build houses, plant vineyards and dwell safely. While Israel dwell safely, God will execute Judgments on all around those who despise them. Whether it ancient Tyre by Alexander or the Invasion of Iraq in 2003 or Syrian civil-war in 2011, these judgments ruined them.
On the day when the Lord judges a nation, just like the unconquered, undefeated fortified island city of Tyre was brought to its knees, God will judge every nation for its iniquity.
God is punishing Tyre simply because Tyre rejoiced in the destruction of Jerusalem. Because it said, “Aha! Jerusalem is broken who was the gateway of the peoples; now she is turned over to me; I shall be filled; she is laid waste”, the LORD makes it a desolate city with attacks from many nations as waves of the sea.