Hello #LA187 Family of Eternal Life! It’s Day 157! Fresh Grace! Fresh Anointing!
Quiz time 🙂
How many days did God require Ezekiel to bear Israel’s sins?
Hint: Ezekiel 4.
Today, we read Proverbs 1 and Ezekiel 4-7.
Lots of shares from the family on Proverbs 1 today! We’re too excited! #LA187 is going for wisdom! Join us as we enjoy this season!
Their purpose is to teach people to live disciplined and successful lives, to help them do what’s right, just, and fair. – @IsaacAmboson
Start with God. The number 1 recipe for success. The fear of the Lord is putting God first in all that we do. Once God is at our fore front, we have no issues. – Ibukun
Wisdom is defined as the timely application of knowledge. It is the way to do things at the right time. – Niyi
This is just the beginning! 30 more Chapters of pure wisdom!
On Ezekiel 4, @ete_ubom tweeted “”I will tie you up with ropes so you won’t be able to turn from side to side…” When God ordains, He gives grace for sustenance. In any task He has given us, He has made provisions to sustain us, He tied Ezekiel with a rope to prevent him from turning.”
From Ezekiel 5, Ibukun rightly observed that God is a jealous God who is hurt when we lust after things He could easily provide for us.
On Ezekiel 6:2, Mercy Freshness, our cook for the day came to the conclusion that we can speak to forces of nature, mountains, wind, valleys, and so on. We can command them to work in our favor.
Ezekiel 7 is a vivid description of what happens when one is not on God’s side. Utter CHAOS!
Our memory verse for today was from Proverbs 1:7
The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, But fools despise wisdom and instruction.
Stay FRESH and ALIVE!