Ezekiel

Ezekiel shaves his head – those that refuse to heed God’s directives will be judged accordingly (Ezekiel 5:1 – 5:17)

After explaining how the siege of the city was to take place, God told Ezekiel, “Take a sharp sword and use it as a razor to shave your head and beard. Then take a set of scales and divide up the hair. When the days of your siege come to…
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Ezekiel

Using symbolisms, God shows Ezekiel how to launch a siege against a rebellious Jerusalem (Ezekiel 4:1 – 4:17)

God told Ezekiel to take a block of clay and inscribe the city of Jerusalem on it (creating a model of the city). Then Ezekiel was told to mimic a siege of the city – build siege ramps next to it, set up military camps around the city, and place…
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Modern Day Lessons

The rebuilding of the Third Temple in Jerusalem – biblical prophecy paints clear picture of End Time events

Since the first century, there has been much debate whether Israel will rebuild a great temple on the traditional temple site, known as Temple Mount, in Jerusalem. The prospect is outlandish, frightening, and controversial – building a Third Temple would be a difficult endeavor because of the sites’ controversial history. …
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Matthew

Jesus begins miraculous healing of the sick – news spreads thru region (Matthew 4:23 – 4:25)

Jesus travelled throughout Galilee, teaching in the synagogues, proclaiming the good news of love, hope, understanding, and repentance. Throughout his travels through Galilee, he healed people, curing them of all types of sickness and disease. News spread through Galilee about the miracles Jesus was performing and soon people from throughout…
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History

The Dome of the Rock – how it came to be located in Jerusalem and why the site is so controversial

Many Christians remain confused regarding the significance of the Dome of the Rock – what its purpose is, why it is so important to four major religions (Judaism, Christianity, Roman religion, and Islam), and how it came to be located in the middle of Jerusalem. To alleviate the confusion, it…
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