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Volume 1 of Ezekiel's Story - The Whirlwind By Robert Fodge
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The book of Ezekiel contains unique information about God’s chosen people. The whole scope of God’s love, sovereignty, power, omniscience, righteousness, mercy, anger, wrath and judgment... More > towards saved, but rebellious people is revealed. God’s treatment of His chosen people is a model of the way that He treats with saved, but rebellious individuals. In 1 Pet 4:17-18, Peter said, “For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? And if the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?” Ezekiel’s story of the whirlwind is the account of the reason for God’s judgment of the nation of Israel, and corresponds perfectly with Peter’s statement that “judgment must begin at the house of God.” That nation was outwardly committed to God. They maintained that they trusted in God but they were guilty of being like neighboring nations.< Less
The Millennial Sanctuary By Robert Fodge
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This book is primarily concerned with describing the Millennial Sanctuary using scaled drawings to show its physical size and shape. One hundred illustrations and commentary are presented as the... More > result of the author’s analysis and synthesis of the book of Ezekiel using scripture contained in the King James Authorized Version of the Bible. The sanctuary was measured by an individual selected by the Lord, specifically, “a man…with a line of flax in his hand, and a measuring reed,” Eze 40:3. Ezekiel was commanded to “behold with thine eyes, and hear with thine ears…all that I shall show thee,” Eze 40:4. Furthermore, in the same verse, he was to “declare all that thou seest to the house of Israel.” The “man with the line of flax…and a measuring reed” then proceeded to make more than 160 measurements of items related to the sanctuary. This is more measurements than for any other object recorded in the Bible, including God’s sanctuary in the wilderness, commonly referred to as the Tabernacle.< Less
God's Sanctuary in the Wilderness - Patterns of Things in Heaven By Robert Fodge
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God's Sanctuary in the Wilderness is commonly referred to as the Tabernacle. This commentary covers (verse by verse) the material in Ex 25:1-30:38 and consists primarily of color illustrations and... More > drawings of every item that God commanded Moses to make. In addition, the items God commanded to be made were patterns of "things in heaven" according to Paul as he wrote in the book of Hebrews. The commentary is intended for assisting in the study of the King James Bible.< Less
Volume III of Ezekiel's Story - The Millennium By Robert Fodge
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This book is a verse by verse commentary of Ezekiel 40:1—48:35 (9 chapters) and consists of three major sections. Eze 40—42 presents detail measurements of the Millennial Sanctuary. Over... More > 100 drawings are included to assist in understanding the structure, its location and purpose. Eze 43—44 describe the return of the Glory of the Lord to reside in the midst of His chosen people Israel. The use of the Sanctuary as a place of worship and means of testimony to people from all nations of the earth is the object. A system of standard weights and measures will be established to achieve justice in the land. The method of admittance to the Sanctuary and ministering is a primary subject. The boundaries of land for the Sanctuary and a new city for Israel, the duties of priests and other Israelites, the rivers and boundaries for the nation of Israel and allotment of land for the 12 tribes of Israel is the subject of Eze 45--48.< Less
Volumn II of Ezekiel's Story - The Fruits of Iniquity By Robert Fodge
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This book is a verse by verse commentary of Ezekiel 26:1—39:29 (14 chapters) and consists of three major sections. Eze 26—28 is a story of the judgment of a worldwide commercial... More > enterprise that controlled and enslaved individuals as well as nations. It was operated by leaders of the city of Tyrus. This was an international body that was in operation at the time that God’s judgment of the nation of Israel started. The 2nd section (Eze 29—32) concentrates on God’s judgment of Egypt, a formidable enemy of the nation of Israel. Seven major prophecies are presented to establish that God will judge not only Israel, but has or will judge Gentile nations of the world for their sins. Eze 33—39 is the focus of God’s attention. The elements of God’s actions to the reverse the effects of Israel’s iniquity will end with a remnant of Israel being restored to their favored status with God.< Less