Today you should read: Ezekiel 25
In Ezekiel 25 we see the phrase “Thus says the Lord GOD…” several different times to the neighboring nations of Judah. These are prophecies of judgments upon nations for their impurity and oppression, similar to what we see today with countries that practice similar sins.
We cannot expect societies to flourish who don’t care about integrity and people. Whether deemed a “Christian” nation or not, political structures will not stay in tact when they don’t have a conscience in doing right and treating people fairly. We’ve seen this throughout history and in the Bible. And just like “Thus says the Lord God…” is repeated, most prophecies of judgments are repeatedly concluded with “Then they will know that I am the Lord.”
We will know the Lord’s standards of sin and righteousness and can’t escape God’s expectations and consequences for ignoring His commands.
By: Erik Koliser — West Campus Pastor
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