Year of Scripture – Days 250-252

Readings for: 
Saturday, September 7: Ezekiel 25 – 27
Sunday, September 8: Ezekiel 28 – 30
Monday, September 9: Ezekiel 31 – 33

How quickly we forget that God’s word through the prophets isn’t always reserved for the nation of Israel and those living in Jerusalem. We could turn back to Jeremiah and recall how his words were far reaching to the surrounding communities. Much is the same for Ezekiel. Through Ezekiel, God speaks to:

  • The Ammonities (25:1-7)
  • The Moabites (25:8-11)
  • The Edomites (25:12-24)
  • The Philistines (25:15-17)
  • The nation and King of Tyre (26:1-28:19)
  • The nation of Sidon (28:20-24)
  • Egypt (29:1-30:26 and 32:1-33)

The list is long. Sometimes those words are of hardship and devastation. Amazingly enough, some of his words are a cry and lament for what is about to happen. While we are following the story of Israel, this is a great reminder that God’s people are all people, and as Children of God, we walk humbly in the light and life of God!

Peace,
Pastor Bailey

Readings for the next few days: 
Tuesday, September 10: Ezekiel 34 – 36
Wednesday, September 11: Ezekiel 37 – 39
Thursday, September 12: Ezekiel 40 – 42
Friday, September 13: Ezekiel 43 – 45

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