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God's Voice from His Throne of Glory

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139 pages1 hour

Summary

John Carter (d. 1655) was a fiery Westminster Divine and Reformed preacher of the Gospel.

In two parts, first, Carter exegetes and expounds “the wheels” of Ezekiel’s vision in Ezekiel 1 and 10. Secondly, he exegetes and expounds the “nail” in Isaiah’s preaching (22:23). Both works point at the manner in which God sets up and pulls down those wheels and nails that are to work, in his providence, for his glory, among his people.

Carter’s poignant application of his exegesis on Ezekiel’s wheels is masterful and reaches the inner recesses of the Christian heart. It elevates the power of the Son of God, who sits on the chariot throne of the wheels of his providence, and commands the wheels to move here and there in providential oversight of the whole world.

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