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Friday 24 October

OT: Ezekiel 20:21-38
Ezekiel doesn’t pull his punches. He tells the elders that God did mind their nation’s transgressions. In fact He was very, very angry: angry enough to pour out His wrath and forsake them. But He acted out of who He was, not by how He felt (‘The Message’ translation). He did not destroy them. And He will not destroy us because Jesus has born that anger on our behalf through the cross.
(Today's thoughts: Philip Sykes)

NT: Mark 16:1-8

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