Gene Cunningham - September 25, 2003

Ezekiel #1

Ezekiel #1

What Ezekiel saw in his vision effected his life (Eze 1:26-28) - it transformed him. God's glory is shown in the likeness of light. The symbols have significance to priests (Ezekiel was trained to be one). God's glory is blinding light, but veiled in human flesh (Luk 2:8-14). The first manifestation of God's Glory in Jesus Christ(Psa 40:6-8, Heb 10:5-9). Second statement from Jesus re-emphasizes His first - that He must do His will (Luk 2:49). The plan of God is Christ the focus of history. Our focus of life is everything - "if our eye is single" (Mat 6:21-33, 2Co 11:3)

Scripture References: Luke 2:49, Hebrews 10:5-9, Psalms 40:6-8, Luke 2:8-14, Ezekiel 1:26-28, Matthew 6:21-33

From Series: "Ezekiel - 2002"

Ezekiel's vision of God's glory effected his life.

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