Day 245 – Chronological Study

Today’s reading: Ezekiel 21-22

Double click on the above scriptures to read them, then return to the Twitter Bible Study and post your insights.

What did you learn about God?

What did you learn about yourself?

What did you learn about life?

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3 comments
doris sparks
doris sparks

God never leaves His people. Does he? I think his people left him. God is merciful, brokenhearted when we disobey Him or neglect & disobey him.

lori brooks
lori brooks

Chapter 22 seems like the same discription for America. In all this hardship we are going through as a nation, it is my constant prayer that we turn back to God, put down our idols, and really see how grevious our sin is to the God who loves us.

Shannon Heiling
Shannon Heiling

INSIGHT: God cares for his people and expects us to have the same concern for them, even at the cost of our convenience. Our heart to serve honors him and shows others the heart of God through our actions. Am I doing my job as part of the body? EZEKIEL22:7-8

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