Don’t miss the main point of Ezekiel 38-39

As I read commentaries on this passage, I was struck by the sheer volume of information available and the multitude of views on eschatology that were being presented.  One could study these passages and try to figure out the “who-what-where-when-why” of Bible prophecy.  It also struck me that a person could read these chapters, and … More Don’t miss the main point of Ezekiel 38-39

For God’s sake

Many of the Psalms, including the one for our reading today, praise God for His mighty works and awesome deeds.  Some of these Psalms even declare the ultimate reason God does these things. Notice the phrase in Psalm 106:8  Yet he saved them for his name’s sake,  that he might make known his mighty power. … More For God’s sake

Sam Storms: God’s Aim is the Fame of his Name

Sam Storms comments on Psalm 23: Perhaps the most pervasive theme in all of Scripture is God’s passion for God. No, that’s not a misprint. Many would have preferred that I say, “God’s passion for you,” but if God isn’t first and foremost committed to himself and the pursuit and praise of his own glory, his love … More Sam Storms: God’s Aim is the Fame of his Name

All of history is about God, His name and His fame.

Ezekiel 20 is rather unique….this telling of  Israel’s history is very different. I challenge you to read this chapter with a highlighter or pen.  See how many times you notice: I am the Lord your God BUT they… BUT I acted FOR THE SAKE OF MY NAME BUT they….. BUT I withheld my hand and acted FOR THE SAKE OF … More All of history is about God, His name and His fame.