Ezekiel 7:1-8:4

God reveals to Ezekiel the reasons why judgment was about to fall… the sins of the people left in the whole land of Israel. They were about to go into captivity from Jerusalem to Babylon.

Ezekiel 5:17-7:2

Ezekiel warns of imminent judgment against the wicked in Jerusalem and the whole land of Israel. The judgment of God is not a popular message but is one of the truths which must be proclaimed.

Ezekiel 3:20-5:17

Ezekiel's ministry to the captives in Babylon was to be a "watchman" to the Israelites. His message was marked by symbolism; he was told to portray and symbolize the siege of Jerusalem.

Ezekiel 2:1-3:19

Here is the call of Ezekiel, sent to give God's message to the captives in Babylon, to people who were "a rebellious house." God tells Ezekiel to eat a scroll containing the Word of God; it was "sweet" in his mouth, but "bitter" in his stomach. The Bible is sweet in some places and bitter in others~!

Ezekiel 1:4-28

Ezekiel "saw the wheel way up in the middle of the air." Not UFO's or jet planes, but a vision of the ever-present, all-knowing, all-powerful God.

Ezekiel 1:1-4

McGee introduces Ezekiel, one of the Major Prophets, a priest who saw visions of God, and was sent to call the captives in Babylon to repentance.

2 Timothy 4:6-22

The final words from the Apostle Paul, because he knew he was about to be executed for the "crime" of preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is an encouragement to all of us to stick with Jesus to the end.

2 Timothy 4:1-8

Paul urges Timothy to stick to the Word of God, which has been "breathed" by God, because many are departing from it. The Bible is profitable for teaching, correction, and good deeds. The Bible will make us completely furnished for all righteousness in Christ.

2 Timothy 3:8-17

Difficult times may be coming for real Bible Christianity; there are counterfeits and phonies afoot! Let's use the time to strengthen ourselves in the truth of God's word while it can still be freely preached and shared.

2 Timothy 3:1-12

Paul predicts that apostates will come into the church, and that in the last days, things would get perilous. His description of the depths of depravity perfectly describes our world nowadays.

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