Building the Temple of God. pg. 31

We are only here for a little while, but enough time to turn away from evil and turn to God, if we have ears to hear.

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Building the temple of God. pg. 30

Behold the man who wants what you as a Christian have, forgiveness because of shed blood.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 29

God has not forgotten the oath He has sworn, but Israel has forgotten the God of their salvation.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 28

Can we who believe the prophets speak with any less authority? Are Christians suppose to pretend that our silence will wake Israel up?

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 27

This photo of a manhole cover reminds me that my brothers and sisters in Christ are restricted to the lowest places in the minds and hearts of their neighbors. Pray for them.

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Building the Temple of God. Pg. 26

God turned His attention and affection away from Israel and turned to the Gentiles. His purpose? To make Israel jealous.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 25

What must Israel acknowledge? That they, as a nation, are guilty of rejecting the messiah Jesus, the Son of God. In affliction they will seek Him.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 24

We can witness the awesome power of God as experienced by the prophet Ezekiel.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 23

Ezekiel’s words are only believed by those who believe that nothing is impossible for the Lord.

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Building the Temple of God. pg. 22

Are we not like David, the young Shepherd? He only heard the stories of the Great I AM. Having heard he believed.

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