Posted in discernment, theology

Secrecy is a delusion

By Elizabeth Prata

You have set our iniquities before you, our secret sins in the light of your countenance. (Psalm 90:8)

We all have secret sins. Some of them we knowingly perpetrate and feel guilty about. Other sins, we consider “acceptable”. A few, like David, we sin without even knowing we’re sinning. (Psalm 19:12).

When we sin and we know were sinning, we do it in the dark. The dark could be actual (adultery, porn, that certain movie or tv show, that gallon of ice cream at 2am…), or the dark could be metaphorical (lusting after a coworker in he darkness of our heart, for example). Continue reading “Secrecy is a delusion”

Posted in prophecy, theology

When God says ‘Stay in the house’ – Thoughts on Ezekiel then and Pandemic today

By Elizabeth Prata


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I came across a strange scene when I was reading Ezekiel last night. God calls Ezekiel to be a watchman. To be His prophet. To speak His words among the people. So immediately after the call, God told Ezekiel to shut himself up in his house and to remain silent. This is strange. Aren’t prophets the ones who go around preaching, roaming the Land, proclaiming His words?

It’s in Ezekiel 3:24, and I posted verses 22-27 for context. Continue reading “When God says ‘Stay in the house’ – Thoughts on Ezekiel then and Pandemic today”