Eze 12:26-28—What responsibility do these verses place on Jehovah’s servants? (w07 7/1 13 _8)
12:26-28. Even to those scoffing at his message, Ezekiel was to say: “There will be no postponement anymore as to any words of [Jehovah].” We must do all we can to help others put their confidence in Jehovah before he brings an end to this system of things.
Eze 14:13, 14—What lessons do we learn from the mention of these individuals? (w16.05 26 _13; w07 7/1 13 _9)
14:12-23. Gaining salvation is our personal responsibility. No one can do it for us.—Romans 14:12.
What has this week’s Bible reading taught you about Jehovah?
*** w16 May p. 15 pars. 9-10 How Do You Make Personal Decisions? ***
9 If we are to make wise decisions, as Jesus did, we must rely on Jehovah for guidance. ……. Getting to know Jehovah’s thinking through Bible study can help us to perceive what God would want us to do in a particular situation. The more familiar we are with Jehovah’s thoughts, the more our heart will become sensitive to his guidance.—Ezek. 11:19, ftn.
What other spiritual gems have you discovered in this week’s Bible reading?
*** w14 11/1 p. 5 Is Satan Just a Symbol of Evil? ***
……. Furthermore, at Ezekiel 14:14, 20, Job is included with Noah and Daniel in the list of three righteous men. Like Noah and Daniel, Job was an actual person, a man of great faith. If Job was real, must not his attacker, the source of his persecution, have been real as well?