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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

In His Word Wednesday: Ezekiel 37:14

These weeks Word comes out of Charles Stanley's Life Principle examples.

"In his day, hope had become a rare commodity. Ezekiel must have felt as desolate and useless as the piles of bones that he had seen in a startling vision.

As the prophet sat in the middle of a valley, he knew that only a miracle could bring together his decimated and scattered people. Yet as Ezekiel watched, a miracle of life took place. Where before only dry bones had littered the landscape, the Lord added muscles, tendons, and tissue. And into those restored, silent bodies, God breathed new life.

Maybe you feel dry, defeated, emotionally scattered. Perhaps you sit alone, dejected, watching a panorama of death unfold before you. But do not despair! If the God of Ezekiel is your God then know that even the dry bones before you can live again. In His grace they can live and stand alone upon their feet- an exceedingly great army."

Ezekiel 37:14
"I will put My Spirit in you, and you shall live, and I will place you in your own land. Then you shall know that I, the Lord, have spoken it and performed it, " says the Lord.
It is by His grace we are made whole.


  1. Beautiful ! Thanks for Sharing!

  2. love the view of the mountains. looks like the view from my front porch. only I'm looking up the mountains not down :~)

  3. Love the writings of Charles Stanley...thank you for sharing this...

  4. I love this. I know this feeling and this post brought tears to my eyes.
    btw I love Laura Story!

  5. Amen, and Amen....♥
    Thank you for sharing ...Monika

  6. Wonderful post. Thank you!


  7. Wonderful encouragement.
    Have a great day!!

  8. It really blesses my heart with all the wonderful comments left. My Wednesday post are lessons and encouragements that I need too. God blesses me with this message as I struggle and search for answers in His Word. My Heavenly Father knows what we need to hear and when I need it. Thank you Father for Your unfailing love.


Thank you for reading my post. I enjoy hearing your thoughts. Tisha