Three and One with Pastor Dominic Dinger is a daily devotional podcast, with observations and an overview of three chapters from the Old Testament and one from the New.
Israel is once again impenitent. Refusing correction. Refusing to repent. Even after God’s judgements increase in intensity. So God offers up His own lament and yet AGAIN calls for repentance. And, we see a Lamb who is worthy of our worship.
God calls a shepherd to speak His word, His word of judgement against the nations, including His own nation - Israel and Judah. And, John sees into the future concerning the coming Day of the Lord.
The land laid waste. Mourning over the land. The Day of the Lord. A call to repentance. The land refreshed and restored. God’s Spirit poured out. God defends and blesses His people. And, Jesus completes seven letters to seven churches.
We see the goodness and the severity of our God, as God unleashes His holy judgement upon Israel, but then also calls the to repent and return so that HE can heal and restore. And, Jesus Himself writes seven letters to seven churches.
We see Israel’s sin and captivity. We see God’s continuing love for Israel. We hear God’s charge against Ephraim. And, we begin the last book in the Bible, The Book of Revelation, The Revelation of Jesus Christ.
God would have healed Israel. But, Israel was impenitent, reliant on the other nations, even allowing themselves to sink into the depths of apostasy. Sowing the wind, they reaped the whirlwind. And, Jude identifies and warns against apostates.
The Idolatry of Israel. Impending judgement on Israel and on Judah. A call to repentance. A refusal to repent on the part of Israel and Judah. And, the Apostle John writes his 3rd epistle to warn and encourage a friend named Gaius.
Hosea is asked to marry a harlot, a woman who would wander, similar to the way that God’s people had wandered away from God. So prophecy and prophet are empathetically intertwined. And, the Elder John writes to the elect lady.
Weak and worried, Daniel is touched, lifted up and strengthened. The angel Gabriel continues to announce the events of the end times, including prophecy concerning the Anti-Christ. And, John ends his first epistle with exhortation.
Daniel is given an overview in vision form of every empire until even the end of the world itself narrowing in on the transition from the Medo-Persians to the Grecians, all with startling specifics. And, John tells us to test the spirits who claim to speak for Christ.
Nebuchadnezzar has his second dream with Daniel receiving and interpreting the meaning. Belshazzar receives a visit from a mysterious hand. Daniel stands strong in the face of extreme opposition. And, John emphasizes the imperative of love in our life.
Daniel and his friends remain loyal to God in the midst of great temptation and trial. Standing and serving before a maniacal, egomaniac despot named Nebuchadnezzar. In captivity they maintain their purity. And, John helps us to see if we are truly God’s kids.
God continues to give prophecy with specificity, concerning a city to come. A place to call home. A place to worship God. A river of life running through. And, the name of that city - “THE LORD IS THERE.” And, we begin the book of 1 John.
God continues to give, through a vision, through a prophecy, the particulars of a new city and a new Temple, in Jerusalem, after the captivity. This time focussing in on who will be serving in that temple. And, Peter exhorts us to be steadfast in the midst of scoffers.
In a vision, Ezekiel is transported into the future, after the captivity when there will be a new Temple and a new city. And oddly, for all three chapters today, all Ezekiel does is watch a man measure. And, Peter speaks of the doom and depravity of false teachers.
God breathes life into an otherwise hopeless situation through His Word and by His Spirit, defeating a conglomeration of Gentile nations bent on the destruction of the Jewish people. And, Peter begins his second epistle.
God is upset with those shepherds who fleece the flock and only feed themselves. The New Covenant is prophesied in beautiful poetic form. And, Peter finishes his first epistle by encouraging elders to willingly shepherd well the flock of God.
Ezekiel continues to announce that judgement is coming for the surrounding Gentile nations, Pharaoh and Egypt this time, fulfilling his role as a watchman, dispensing his duty and delivering his soul. And, Peter encourages us to persevere faithfully through suffering.
God continues to speak to the surrounding nations, speaking to the power behind their power, speaking specifically against the king of Tyre. And, the Apostle Peter speaks of submission and suffering in serving God.
God judges the Gentile nations surrounding Judah. The Jews sinned against God’s law, but the Gentiles sinned against God’s people. Tyre is talked about, specifically it’s future defeat and utter annihilation. And, Peter teaches how to be courageously obedient.
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