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Daily Bible Reading | August 28 | Ezekiel 18 | Ezekiel 19 | Ezekiel 20
Ezekiel Teaches Your End More Important to God than Beginning
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Ezekiel 18:

God declared that every man will die for his own sin or live for his own godliness.  A son or a father will not suffer for each other's sins.  Some of the sins including eating or hoping in idols, lying with another's wife or with a woman in her period, and oppressing others or taking excessive interest.  God does not care how you began life, but rather, how you ended itIf you started in godliness and ended in godlessness, you will dieIf you started in godlessness and ended in godliness, you will liveGod takes no pleasure in our death, but rather, God wants us to repent and live.

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Ezekiel 19:

God laments for Israel.  Israel was a lion that was feared by all, but the nations captured it and took it to Egypt.  Then the lioness (God) raised another lion that was strong and roared loudly, but the nations captured it and took it to Babylon.  Israel is like a vine that promised good fruits because of abundant water, but ended up being uprooted and planted in the desert to be consumed by fire.

Ezekiel 20:

Some elders of Israel came to Ezekiel to inquire of God and God told the elder not to inquire of God.  God insisted that since their days as slave in Egypt, they have rebelled against God, have not followed God's commands, and have worshipped any and every other thing, but God.  God was going to judge Israel and deal with her to know who God is.


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