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About Bob Faulkner
I'm Bob Faulkner, follower of Jesus Christ, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather. Yep. Old. Also an author, Bible teacher. Retired from Chicago Public Schools after 20+ years as Teacher, Counselor.
Have served in the local church most of my Christian life. Served as representative of Voice of the Martyrs, visited Communist countries, preached in jails and nursing homes. Been writing for over 20 years, have a facebook and You Tube account, and even a blog at criesfromanongus.com.
Was blessed recently to find that all those old manuscripts lying around my house could be used somewhere. I've created a bunch of books from them ! What a joy. Hope you find them profitable.
Visit me sometime and take a listen at www.sermonaudio.com/aservant70!
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His message is not only about Israel but about the nations surrounding Israel. Trouble is coming from the north, and no one in the area will be spared. God is angry. Get ready.
But thankfully that is not the end of the story. In this final section of the prophet’s masterpiece, I have collected the good-news messages. No less than eleven full chapters and parts of seven others are given to the restoration of Israel. Things will not always be doom and gloom, although doom and gloom are on the horizon in Ezekiel’s day, for sure.
But Israel will be restored. The burning question, I suppose the only question we have as we study the following texts is, When? I will attempt to answer that question, one which is not as simple as it sounds. Are these prophecies to be fulfilled in Ezekiel’s day? Or are they still unfulfilled? Or is there a third possibility?
One thing I carry into this portion of the book of Ezekiel is a rock-ribbed belief that, just as the negative angry messages were all fulfilled, so the restoration passages either have been or will be fulfilled. That’s my starting point. God’s Word is faithfully true.
Ezekiel is truly among the most unique of the men of God chosen to speak prophetically to God's chosen nation.