Tag Archives: Ezekiel

Day 61 of B90X (Ez 23:40- Ez 35:15)

Ezekiel the Watchman

How are things going?  Keep up the good work.  Regardless of where you are on the schedule, I am certain Father is working in each of your hearts.  Whether you are already finished, right on the date, or no where near where you want to be, it is OK.  Father is just so glad you are reading every one of His words.  This is not easy.  It requires much diligence and fortitude.  It is so doable though.  We only have 29 days to go!  I was talking to someone today who said, I am going to finish with everyone else if it kills me.  She reads in the car (not driving), during TV commercials, in bed, at work on breaks, everywhere she can.  Others around  her are getting an earful on what it is we are all about.  You go girl!  Continue reading

“Care For the Hair Under There” Day 59 B90X (La 2:1- Eze 12:20)‏

“Care For the Hair Under There”  

Rendition of Ezekiel's vision of the wheel and creatures.

 I know that on Sunday, I mentioned that Jeremiah was full of drama.  I should have waited just a few days to give the “drama” label to Ezekiel.  My, my, my.  Without a doubt if there is anyone in the Bible any more dramatic than Ezekiel it has yet to be seen.  His vision, making maps of Jerusalem, eating scrolls, lying on his side for over a year, then flipping over and lying on the other for 40 days, eating Ezekiel 4:9 bread, shaving his head with a sword, cooking with human dung (changed to cow fortunately), cooking pots and meat, repetition of words and pictures, not mourning for his wife’s death, useless vines, eagles, comparing Jerusalem to prostitutes, it goes on and on. Continue reading

day fifty-five b90x jeremiah (10.14-23.8)

Hi friends~ 

Jeremiah by Repin

 We are now in the thick of the warnings and woes of the prophetic call.  I used to think that these guys said the same things over and over to the same people.  It seemed kind of redundant and way over the top.  What I found out was that they were on a preaching tour around the country and that these words were shared with different groups of folks.  So what may sound familiar was that the prophet was repeating himself as he moved around.  He would just find a different way to say the same thing over and over.  Hence the appearance to us that it is so monotonous.  There are very few markers that tell us that it is a new group or a new town. Continue reading