Read Ezekiel 29
About a year after the Babylonians had surrounded
At the time of the Exodus, the ten plagues forced the Egyptians to acknowledge that their own gods were powerless against the One True God. This should have caused
God brought judgment upon Israel, Judah, Tyre, Sidon, Egypt, and other nations to cause them to realize one thing — I am the LORD (29:9) This phrase is mentioned 66 times in this book alone to point out the importance of obeying the Word of God.
A future time of redemption and restoration for
God . . . hath. . . . given Him a Name which is above every name: That at the Name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth . . . And that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father (Philippians 2:9-11).
Through the prophet by the Word of the Lord (Ezekiel 29:1). God, who at sundry times . . . spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, Hath in these last days spoken unto us by His Son, whom He hath appointed Heir of all things (Hebrews 1:1-2).
29:7 loins = seat of strength; to be at a stand = to shake; 29:18 peeled = rubbed bare; 30:2 Woe worth the day = Mourn the coming day (of terror); 31:3 a shadowing shroud = forest shade.
Pray for The English International Shortwave Radio Broadcast sponsored by Mrs. Elsie Rager and in memory of Iva Mae McElroy · Staff: Rick Hash · Government Officials: Sec. Alphonso Jackson (Department of Housing and Urban Development), Rep. John Linder (GA), and Rep. Howard (Buck) McKeon (CA) · Country: Mozambique (19 million) on the eastern coast of Africa · Major language: Portuguese · Religious freedom · 40% worship of false gods, ancestral spirits, and some witchcraft; 23% Roman Catholic; 14% Protestant; 13% Muslim · Prayer Suggestion: Confess and repent of any known sin (I John 1:9).
Memory Verse for the Week: Titus 1:16