Ezekiel : Welwyn Commentaries
by Derek Thomas
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Ezekiel's name means. 'God strengthens.' Every time the prophet's name was mentioned, God's people were assured of his help and reminded of his promise to 'blind up the injured and strengthen the week'.
Ezekiel lived in times of great political turmoil and witnessed the final collapse of Judah to the Babylonian empire. His total, unquestioning willingness to do God's will, often at great cost to himself, during the long years of his faithful ministry in exile, is a shining example to Christian workers everywhere.
The message of Ezekiel is one of God's faithfulness to his covenant, both in carrying out judgement on sin and in the restoration and blessing of a remnant through the coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. The prophet's final vision looks forward to days of great blessing, encompassing not only the restoration from exile, but the blessings of the new convenant and the final glory of heaven.
Derek Thomas was born and raised in Dyfed, Wales, and trained for the ministry in Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. He was the minister of Stranmillis Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Belfast, and is currently Associate Professor of Systematic and Practical Theology at the Reformed Theological Seminary as well as Minister of Teaching at the First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, MS. He is a respected author, lecturer and international conference-speaker
Ezekiel : Welwyn Commentaries by Derek Thomas was published by Evangelical Press in December 1993 and is our 26794th best seller. The ISBN for Ezekiel : Welwyn Commentaries is 9780852343104.
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|Page last updated||12th February 2013|
|Author / Artist||Derek Thomas|
|Publisher||Evangelical Press (December 1993)|
|Number of Pages||320|