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Monsters!; Ezekiel 31-33
Season 8, Episode 14 • 19-Aug-2021
The resistance of one who is willfully rebelling against the will of God and the Word of God ends up in total destruction. In fact, in Ezekiel 32, the rebel is called a monster. One meaning of the word monster in English is: “Any animal or human grotesquely deviating from the normal shape, behavior, or character.” Interestingly, this is how Pharaoh king of Egypt, is identified. He resisted Babylon in the 6th century BC, a Babylon that God was using to bring judgment. “You are like a young lion among the nations, and you are like a monster in the seas…” (EZEKIEL 32:2). The identification of those who totally rebel against the LORD today, could be described the same way. When we reject that we are a purposeful creation of God, we gradually turn into monsters. There are two ways to grow our lives: toward the will of God or against Him.
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