• Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia in Exile (3)

    Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia in Exile (3)

    Ezekiel – Man of Vision, Son of Man Ezekiel was a man of vision. God showed him the future so clearly that at times he must have felt that he was actually living it. The […]

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  • Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia In Exile (2)

    Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia In Exile (2)

    Ezekiel – Man of Vision, Son of Man If he were alive today, he would likely be called an eccentric genius. He was a Bible student and a wise priest—sought out for advice even by […]

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  • Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia In Exile (1)

    Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia In Exile (1)

    From around 610BC, Nebuchadnezzar began the invasion and destruction of the ancient kingdom of Judah. What had begun as a theocracy moved through various stages of its sometimes glorious history until finally, after over eight […]

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  • Job

    Job

    “Hast thou considered my servant Job…” For a man famous for his patience, it was far from  his defining characteristic. In fact Job could be quite impatient. Rather, there were two other qualities he  possessed […]

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