Ezekiel the Married Prophet

For many of us, the prophets seem like weird people that are impossible to relate to. They come across almost as “other-worldly” at times and we struggle to imagine having their experiences. Because of this, we never expect to have their kind of experiences and we cut the Holy Spirit off from working in us…

Philip Takes Flight

The abundant supernatural work God does through humans is attested to in the early church’s ministry. The Book of Acts is full of all kinds of crazy stories and we have to be incredibly ignorant to miss them. It’s there we find Christians that speak in foreign tongues (2:4, 10:46, 19:6), perform signs and wonders…

The Married Prophet

I doubt anyone can read Ezekiel 24:15-27 without raising an eyebrow. God gave the prophets a lot of hard analogies to live out: walk around naked for three years (Isaiah 20:3); cook and eat bread prepared by cow poop (Ezekiel 4:12-15); marry a prostitute to show how God is faithful to those who aren’t faithful to…