by Duane Bemis

No Excuse Christianity
Duane Bemis
Ezekiel 18
Father's Day 2002

This Father's day I would like us to seek God's voice on what it is that He would desire from His earthly bride. Come with me on another journey through God's word to find His true heartbeat.

"Behold, all souls are Mine; the soul of the Father as well as the soul of the son is mine; the soul that sins shall die." Ezekiel 18:4

Let us come into agreement in prayer that God Almighty might share His heart with us today. "Father, Creator of the earthly father, be glorified in the following words of encouragement. I, Your vessel, wish only to be a carrier of Your heartbeat. Pour out Your awesome Spirit upon all that read or hear this sermon. Touch the heart and the mind in this matter. Let a Spirit of Godly Truth rise to the surface as we seek to unfold this text. Give us no excuses for our walk with You. Fill us with Your heartbeat and let our hearts know that this message is from You. Amen and Amen."

By the leading of the Holy Spirit, I would like to give you a Spiritual Prescription right now. Read chapter 18 of Ezekiel for the next five days. A doctor's prescription of antibiotics needs to be administered for 10 straight days, without missing a dose. Let us take this Spiritual Prescription for the next five days without missing a dose.

Ask the Holy Spirit to open this chapter to your heart, mind, and soul. Date your reading and list the key verse that the Holy Spirit wants you to meditate on.

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After reading this chapter for five days write an essay from the key verses that you meditated on. (space provided in original form)

I love to read and see what the Holy Spirit has taught you from reading His word. ...

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