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- Historical References, Commentary and
- Rashi's Commentary, c. 1075. chabad.org.
- From the Geneva Notes.
- "will give them an heart of flesh: Meaning, the heart to which nothing can enter and regenerate them anew, so that their heart may be soft and ready to receive my graces."
- "He will make their hearts tender and fit to receive impressions: this is God's work, it is his gift by promise; and a wonderful and happy change is wrought by it, from death to life."
- From Wesley's
- "The stony - That hard, inflexible, undutiful, incorrigible disposition."
- From the Commentary on the
Whole Bible (Jamieson, Fausset and Brown, 1871).
- "one heart--not singleness, that is, uprightness, but oneness of heart in all, unanimously seeking Him."
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- Articles & Background:
- Recommended articles from ATLAS, an online collection of religion and theology journals, are linked below. ATLAS Access options are available for academic institutions, alumni of selected theological schools, and clergy/church offices.
I am Doing a New Thing," Paul Tillich, from The Shaking of the Foundations,
1955. At Religion Online.
- "Nothing is today as it was yesterday. But this kind of new is old almost as soon as it appears... Yet sometimes a new thing appears which does not age so easily, which makes life possible again, in both our personal and our historical existence, a saving new, which has the power to appear when we least expect it, and which has the power to throw into the past what is old and burdened with guilt and curse. Its saving power is the power of the Eternal within it."
- "Behold, I am Doing a New Thing," Paul Tillich, from The Shaking of the Foundations, 1955. At Religion Online.
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- "Ezekiel," Illustrating the Story (lessons, children's sermons), coloring pages, activity sheets, crafts, children's songs. MSSS Crafts.
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