The thirty-eighth chapter of Ezekiel is about the prophecy of Gog and it’s war against Israel. When Israel being surrounded by Turkey and it’s allies, all evidences point to a Jihad. This will not be a simple war where Israel can defeat but rather, it will be a war that all nations will know that that is a God in Israel and He defended His inheritance.
The thirty-seventh chapter of Ezekiel is about the vision of the Valley of Dry Bones and God explaining it’s meaning. God raised Israel from the grave, put His Spirit and made it alive, being witnesses of this prophecy being fulfilled today.
The thirty-sixth chapter of Ezekiel is about God’s anger for Israel’s rebellion, and the promise of re-inhabiting Israel again. Today, God had truly blessed Israel and bring the Jews back from just a few thousand Jews living in Israel around 1600s to 6.1 million today. This is the LORD’s doing and we are witness to what He had done.
The thirty-fifth chapter of Ezekiel is about a prophecy against Edom or mount Seir. A prophecy of perpetual desolation of Edom because of ancient hatred and bloodshed.
The book of Philemon is an excellent book to explore the hypocrisy of Paul where he rejects obeying the law on one hand but uses the law to establish his point on the other. We will also see how Paul settle accounts, playing good Samaritan cover up and finally telling Philemon that he owes himself to Paul, so the account is settled.
The thirty-fourth chapter of Ezekiel is about shepherds of Israel and judgement on His flock. God Himself will shepherd His flock.
When Ezekiel is warning about God’s judgments, the people do hear his words but they do not ‘do’ them. Today, we have the same problem in Christianity. Have you ever heard of ‘we are saved by faith alone’ lie?
The book of Ezekiel is one of the major prophets in the Old Testament. It was authored by Ezekiel who was set as a watchman to the house of Israel. The thirty-second chapter of Ezekiel is about mourning for Pharoah and Egypt.
In the sixth chapter of Galatians, Paul writes to bear one another’s burden by bearing our own, lies of sowers and reapers, his boasting only on the cross of Christ plus one more, plus a few extra things and finally the magic coat deception.
In this fifth chapter of Galatians, we will look into how Paul teach a false liberty, revoking his own irrevocable gift doctrine, clever wrapping of disobedience with faith, calling God’s covenant as leaven, rejecting the greatest commandment and the deception of walking in Spirit without we doing anything.