So today I’m reading the first five chapters of Ezekiel.
I don’t have a whole lot to say about it, but the description in chapter 1 is incredible. It kind of reminds me of the descriptions in Revelation.
2:5-7 is kind of interesting. Kind of repetitive, but interesting.
In chapter 3, Ezekiel eats a scroll. That’s done in Revelation, too.
We briefly covered part of chapter 4 in class yesterday. I think we might be talking more in-depthly about it tomorrow.
Can you imagine laying on your side for 390 days? That’s over a year. And then another 40 on the other side.
5:1 is interesting.
Eight through 12 are kind of creepy, especially verse 10.
So that’s all for that, really. I still need to read the book, but I’ll get to it. I’m assuming we’ll have a quiz tomorrow, which means that I need to read the book, as the quiz is typically on mostly the book.
But I wanted to share something that I’ve been thinking about recently.
Several times, including today, this conversation (or some variation) has happened:
Roommate: How are you? / How was your day?
Me: Oh, okay. / All right.
Roommate: …Why just “okay”?
They specifically ask why I’m “just” okay.
As if “okay” is a lame response.
As if I need to be more than okay.
Just thought that was interesting.
ALSO: I’m having trouble getting to comments on certain blogs. So I apologize if you think I’m ignoring you. It’s my school blocking certain pages because they think they contain viruses. 😦