Monthly Archives: May 2007

Interpreting Ezekiel

In the earlier post “Ezekiel and The Warnings of Scripture” I mentioned that, “In the book of Ezekiel I am often left to meditate on and ponder the full depth and meaning of the symbolism given, and the relation of … Continue reading

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Around and Around We Go

Ugh. I think I am suffering from lack-of-sleep-whiplash . . . if such a thing exists. This state is defined by how one feels when you go to bed very late and get only a few hours sleep. Going to … Continue reading

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Mid-May Update

Briefly . . . Grandma’s blood pressure is still running very high. Two weeks ago, or thereabouts, Grandma went to her cardiologist who told her that her current problems are not a reaction to the medication in her stent. He … Continue reading

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The Sins of Generations

It’s natural for anyone who seriously considers sin to eventually come around to the matter of sin and the family unit. We might ask “Is a father (or mother) responsible for the sins of the child? After all, they were … Continue reading

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Ezekiel and The Warnings of Scripture

I find it troubling how so much of present day Christianity finds so little use for the Old Testament, or, in using it, so mis-use it. Most would not verbally say that the Old Testament isn’t important, (though the more … Continue reading

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