So I’m reading in Ezekiel about how his life is an example to people of what God is going to do. More than the other prophets I think God uses Ezekiel as a metaphor. But here’s this guy, who has to do these crazy outlandish things for God, and he does them. He lives the message out before everyone. That’s pretty cool.
I think as a leader in the church, I should always be living what I am saying. It seems like that would go without saying, but I have to remind myself, that when Jesus is on mission to find lost people, I need to be on mission. When Paul says he’s all things to all people, I need to be too. If I’m going to teach the book I need to live the book before the people, with the people, and for the people. That might just be the only way that people are going to really understand what I am trying to say.
I think that’s why you should never do Bible study all on
And I think I do an okay job at this. Especially since starting work at C&B I have had to really live my life for Jesus. It’s stretched me and challenged me, and encouraged me. It’s been pretty cool.