1. Both God and Ezekiel agree that the people are sinful, and God’s greatness is displayed in His mercy.
  2. Since we have heard the “suffering servant” has taken all our past sins upon Himself, it becomes very clear that the Lord is the one who will “have compassion... and He will abundantly pardon."
  3. Haman and the man whom the king delights to honor.
  4. We need the One whose name is not only great but the name that is above all names. We need Jesus who is greater than Joseph.
  5. For such a time as this.
  6. We have to “remember” that God remembers us. He has not fallen away. For God to remember us means he is working for our good; a restoration.
  7. This week, we’ll take a closer look at what it means to have a God who remembers us. Today, 1517 Scholar in Residence Chad Bird first introduces the Old Testament meaning behind the word and the Hebrew way of remembering.
  8. The nations rage, so take refuge in the Blessed Man.
  9. Israel's pride is defeated, yet as sinners often do, their focus remains inward on themselves. Like petulant children they bemoan their lot and continue to question their very existence.
  10. Mordecai won’t bow down.
  11. In today's episode of Tough Texts, Scott Keith and Daniel Emery Price delve into Genesis 4:1-16, a pivotal passage that tells the story of Cain and Abel.
  12. When reading Jeremiah, it is evident that the word alone helps God’s people to first name their disaster, second to understand it, and finally to ultimately find hope through the promises of God.

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