Saturday, August 28, 2021

#REDChallenge | Week 35 | Day 240 | Saturday, August 28, 2021 | Ezekiel 5-8

 #REDChallenge | Week 35 | Day 240 | Saturday, August 28, 2021 | Ezekiel 5-8

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Day 239 | Friday, August 27, 2021 | Ezekiel 1-4

Day 240 | Saturday, August 28, 2021 | Ezekiel 5-8

Day 241 | Sunday, August 29, 2021 | Ezekiel 9-12

Day 242 | Monday, August 30, 2021 | Ezekiel 13-15

Day 243 | Tuesday, August 31, 2021 | Ezekiel 16-17

Day 244 | Wednesday, September 1, 2021 | Ezekiel 18-19

Day 245 | Thursday, September 2, 2021 | Ezekiel 20-21

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  1. 8‭-‬10 “Therefore this is what God, the Master, says: I’m setting myself against you—yes, against you, Jerusalem. I’m going to punish you in full sight of the nations. Because of your disgusting no-god idols, I’m going to do something to you that I’ve never done before and will never do again: turn families into cannibals—parents eating children, children eating parents! Punishment indeed. And whoever’s left over I’ll throw to the winds.
    Ezekiel 5:8‭-‬10 MSG

  2. 19‭-‬27 “‘They throw their money into the gutters. Their hard-earned cash stinks like garbage. They find that it won’t buy a thing they either want or need on Judgment Day. They tripped on money and fell into sin. Proud and pretentious with their jewels, they deck out their vile and vulgar no-gods in finery. I’ll make those god-obscenities a stench in their nostrils. I’ll give away their religious junk— strangers will pick it up for free, the godless spit on it and make jokes. I’ll turn my face so I won’t have to look as my treasured place and people are violated, As violent strangers walk in and desecrate place and people— A bloody massacre, as crime and violence fill the city. I’ll bring in the dregs of humanity to move into their houses. I’ll put a stop to the boasting and strutting of the high-and-mighty, And see to it that there’ll be nothing holy left in their holy places. Catastrophe descends. They look for peace, but there’s no peace to be found— Disaster on the heels of disaster, one rumor after another. They clamor for the prophet to tell them what’s up, but nobody knows anything. Priests don’t have a clue; the elders don’t know what to say. The king holds his head in despair; the prince is devastated. The common people are paralyzed. Gripped by fear, they can’t move. I’ll deal with them where they are, judge them on their terms. They’ll know that I am God.’”
    Ezekiel 7:19‭-‬27 MSG

  3. 12 He said, “Son of man, do you see what the elders are doing here in the dark, each one before his favorite god-picture? They tell themselves, ‘God doesn’t see us. God has forsaken the country.’”
    Ezekiel 8:12 MSG