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Fri. Sep. 08, 2017

Daily Reflections September 8

Category: RMM
By: FBC Staff


Ezekiel 11

God reveals that the judgment of Jerusalem would be the cause of perverse leaders. He knew both what the leaders were saying and what they were thinking. Although they thought the city’s fortification and army would be able to save them from the wrath of God, the city would actually be their place of execution. These leaders would see that when they try and rule like other nations, outside of the blessing of God, they lead people into destruction. They would reap the consequence of their petition in 1 Samuel 8:5 that God relented to. With strong language, Ezekiel was told to prophesy against them. This is a sobering message to all who hold positions of influence and lead other. God knows what you do and also what you think. If you rule like the world, then you are like a blind person leading the blind. You will find yourself with your people in a pit (Matthew 15:14).  Keep reading...


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