One of Jesus most memorable methods of teaching was through parables. But did you know long before the time Christ, the prophet Ezekiel also used parables to teach Gods people? Dr. J. Vernon McGee shares two of those parables with us from Ezekiel chapters 23 and 24.
Either the Lord said it or Ezekiel is lying. Thats the hard line our teacher Dr. J. Vernon McGee takes as we continue our trek through the entire Word of God. Ezekiels messages are harsh, but Dr. McGee warns that we should listen and take heed.
What God has said He will do, He will do. If we had to sum up this study in ten words or less, thats what we could say. So, hop aboard the Bible Bus as we continue to discover that on every page of Scripture, we glimpse the multi-faceted, multi-dimensional, deep, and trustworthy character of God.
Few things are more precious than to see an abandoned child being welcomed into a loving home. Now they are protected, provided for, loved, and given every chance to be a healthy, happy person. Thats the moving picture well see in Ezekiel 16-18.
Maybe youve heard it said that God would rather see you in a storm fighting for your life in a hospital bed or in bankruptcy court than living in disobedience. Hed rather you experience depression or penetrating loneliness if thats the only place youll hear His messageCome back to Me. Well hear that message loud and clear as our study of Ezekiel continues in chapters 14-16.
When does God say, Enough!? Does His patience ever run out? Does His love and mercy ever come to an end? These are hard questions and they have hard answers. In Ezekiel 12 and 13 our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, tells us more about those who stiffened their necks against Him and His prophet, and how God responded in hopes of changing their minds.
Only a few times in Scripture does God give us a glimpse behind the curtain of a supernatural scene. In this study of Ezekiel 10 and 11 the curtains are pulled back and we see a heavenly picture through Ezekiels eyes.
Judgment is not a pleasant subject. Talking about something elseanything elsewould be so much easier! But as Dr. McGee points out, it is a reality and we must deal with it sooner or later. So, hop aboard the Bible Bus as the people of Israel continue to ignore Ezekiel and turn their back on God.
Have you heard the saying, the punishment fits the crime? In this study well learn that Gods judgment will indeed fit the severity of Israels crimes. See both the historic value of this Old Testament book as well as the lessons applicable for us today.
The judgment of Jerusalem, thats what were talking about in this study. Hop aboard the Bible Bus as we set off for Ezekiel 3:20-5:17 and watch as the prophet uses some extreme antics to get the peoples attention.
Who do you think are the hardest to reach with the gospel of Jesus Christ? Muslims? Hindus? Buddhists? Atheists? Find out how Dr. McGee answers this difficult question and be encouraged by Ezekiels response to Gods call on his life.
Its an age-old question that has plagued man since the beginning of time: What does God look like? In Exodus 33:19, Moses asked to see Gods glory. And God said, No man can see His face and live. His glory is too great for our eyes. But if youd like a quick glimpse, join in this study for a majestic view of Gods glory as revealed by the prophet Ezekiel.
The prophet Ezekiel spoke in the darkest days of Israel. From his vantage point at the bottom of a dark valley, Ezekiel saw the heavens open and had visions of God! Join us as we begin our study in this amazing Old Testament book.