Monthly Archives: November 2011

Psalm 73 – 75 Questions for Reflection

A daily devotional time pushes us to focus on God. The questions below are to be used to provide fuel for your thoughts as you study each passage. Feel free to respond with a short note or a comment about … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 32

Billy Graham once said, “God’s angels often protect his servants from potential enemies”. In Ezekiel 32, the images used to describe Pharaoh king of Egypt are intimidating descriptions like a lion or monster. Yet when God goes against his kingdom … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 31

In Ezekiel 31, Egypt is compared to a tall cedar tree which is nourished by roots growing deep in the ground and fed by abundant spring waters. The problem is that Egypt had too much pride and its pride kept … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 30

In Ezekiel 30, we discover the cause of Egypt’s destruction. Pride was the downfall of Egypt; believing in its own strength and power rather than God’s. The army of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon was used as instruments to destroy Egypt. … Continue reading

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Ezekiel 30-32 Questions for Reflection

The questions below can be used to stimulate thought about each passage: Ezekiel 30 Passage Lookup What is the basic cause of Egypt’s destruction (See verses 6 & 18)? Who is responsible for the devastation (underline the I will phrases)? … Continue reading

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