Prating Fools, Prov 10:8-10

A prating fool is a person lacking wisdom who talks long and idly.  His or her talk is vain, lacking worth or basis.  It’s just chatter.  Solomon said in Ecc 10:12-14, “The words of a wise man’s mouth are gracious; but the lips of a fool will swallow up himself. ...

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The Destruction of Gog, Ezek 39:1-29

Ezekiel 39 is a prophecy of the overwhelming destruction of Gog and the gathering of Israel into their own land again. A Prophecy Against Gog, Ezek 39:1-7 The Lord said, “I am against thee, O Gog”, v.1.  Remember he is the chief prince, and his characteristics in Ezek 38 indicate...

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It’s Sudden, Prov 6:12-15

Throughout the Bible you find the word “sudden” or “suddenly” in reference to something that happens so quickly and unexpectedly it is shocking.  As Bible believers, we shouldn’t be surprised by these things or afraid when they happen.  Here are some things that happen suddenly.  Sudden calamity, Prov 6:12-15.  A...

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The Destruction of Egypt, Ezek 30

In Ezek 30:1-26 we will study the destruction of Egypt.  The prophecy has a two fold application.  It was fulfilled, in part, when Nebuchadnezzar attacked Egypt after he attacked Judah.  And it will be ultimately fulfilled at the time of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.   v.2 Prophesy Thus...

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The Prince of Tyrus, Ezek 28:1-10

Prophecy Against the Prince of Tyrus In Ezek 28:1-10, Ezekiel prophesies against the prince of Tyrus.  This man is the ruler in Tyre who who dies when the city gets destroyed in Ezek 27.   The Prince’s Heart is Lifted Up, Ezek 28:1-5 In v.2 the prince lifted up his...

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A Lamentation for Tyrus, Ezek 27:1-36

A Lamentation for Tyrus Ezek 27:1-36 contains a prophetic lamentation for Tyrus, because the great sea port trading center gets destroyed. In this chapter we’ll see the beauty of Tyrus, the merchants of Tyrus, and the fall of Tyrus. The Beauty of Tyrus Tyre was situated at the “entry of...

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The Prophecy of Tyre, Ezek 26:1-21

In Ezek 26:1-21, Ezekiel gives the prophecy of Tyre.  Tyre was a seaport city on the Mediterranean coast in southern Lebanon.  It was 12 miles north of the border with modern Israel and 25 miles south of Sidon, modern day Saydā. It was a major Phoenician seaport from 2000 BC. ...

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The Two Ways, Ezek 21:18-32

The Two Ways The reason we’re studying Ezekiel is just to help you understand what you’re reading when you read it.  We’re not approaching this study as an effort to look for wild, new, or strange interpretations of prophecy.  The lesson today is on the two ways Nebuchadnezzar could make...

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Sword Against Jerusalem, Ezek 21:1-17

Prophecy of God’s Sword Against Jerusalem 2 In Ezekiel’s prophecy of God’s sword against Jerusalem, he prophesied toward Jerusalem, the holy places, and against the land of Israel.  In other words, God’s sword was going to clear out the land entirely. 3 God’s sword was going to cut off the...

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Prophecy Against the Prophets, Ezek 13:1-16

Ezekiel’s Prophecy Against the Prophets In Ezek 13:1-16, Ezekiel prophesied against the false prophets who were prophesying Peace to the inhabitants of Jerusalem. This lesson is on his prophecy against the prophets. The Source of Their Prophecy The false prophets prophesy out of their own hearts, v.2.  They follow their...

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