After watching God’s glory move to the eastern gate of the temple, the Spirit lifted Ezekiel up and took him to the gate of the house of the Lord that faces east. At the entrance were 25 men. Among the men was Jaazaniah (son of Azzur) and Pelatiah (son of Benaiah), leaders of the people. God
Coals of fire over Jerusalem – Cherubim, a wheel within a wheel, and living creatures by the Kebar River (Ezekiel 10:1 – 10:20)
After the man clothed in linen returned with word that all the righteous in the city had been marked to be spared from the slaughter, Ezekiel saw the likeness of a throne of lapis lazuli (a beautiful precious stone) above the vault that was over the heads of the cherubim. God said to the man
God insists on recognition and obedience – For Ezekiel’s people, judgement is on hand, the end is near (Ezekiel 7:1 – 7:27)
The word of God came to Ezekiel saying: “Son of man, this is what the Lord says to the land of Israel. The end has come upon the four corners of the land! The end is now upon you and I will unleash my anger against you. I will judge you according to your conduct and repay
When the seventh seal was opened, there was silence in heaven for about half an hour. John saw seven angels standing before God. Each angel was given a trumpet. Another angel holding a golden censer approached the golden altar. He was given incense with the prayers of God’s people to offer on the altar. The
John saw a door standing open in heaven. He heard a voice like a trumpet say, “Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this.” At once, John was “in the Spirit”. Before him was a throne with a person sitting on it who had the appearance of jasper and ruby.
Do not judge or you will too be judged (Matthew 7:1 – 7:6)- what Jesus tells us about judging others
As Jesus was reaching the end of his Sermon on the Mount lessons, he told his followers: “Do not judge others or you too will be judged. In the same way you judge others, you will be judged using the same measure. Why do you point out a speck of sawdust in another’s eye but pay no
Noah and the Ark – the Great Flood story, scientific evidence, and implications for mankind (Genesis 6:1 – 9:17).
Noah's Ark Several generations after Adam and Eve, God was saddened by the great evil he saw on Earth. His mercy came to an end - the people of Earth had to be held accountable for their sinful actions. God planned to destroy all of his creations and rebuild the Earth from the family of Noah. Noah