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Sermons on Ezekiel
God called us to be "Watchmen", and the command is very explicit. We can't just sit back and think that it's only about us. We are responsible for what God has given us to do, and not following has consequences. Tonight we discuss this command, and what it means for us today. **Warning: The following message may contain language not appropriate for all audiences. Please use discretion while listening**
Luke 1:37 (New International Version) "For nothing is impossible with God." God makes the impossible possible!!!
Pastor Nolan takes a break from the series in Philippians to let God prepare our hearts for revival. He brings a message from Ezekiel 37, showing us that God can take a valley of dry bones and breathe life into them, and how that applies to our life, church, and nation today.
God wants to resurrect us from death. God is not playing with His church. It is time to get it right and not be complacent. We cannot make it without Hope. Hope in Christ does not disappoint. Grace can save without preaching, but preaching cannot save without Grace.
This message is about the minister's or shepherd's accountability to God for the people he serves. This is a sobering and insightful study on what God requires of those who speak in His Name.
Ezekiel 40-48 provides an alternate perspective on reality with God at the centre as he returns to his temple, and the answer to the question of 'How can a holy God live among his people?' Ultimately, this vision is supremely fufilled through Jesus for us today, and implications for Christian ministry are drawn.
Ezekiel 8-11 Pastorally reveals idolatry at the heart of most human problems. These chapters reveal the reason and result of God leaving his sanctuary in Jerusalem, and exposes the danger of idolatry for us today.