Read the Bible in a Year This morning read Ezekiel 18 and 19 Who Is Fair: Man or God? Israel said that the son should bear the guilt of the father, but God argued that each one bears the guilt of his own sin. The father bears the guilt of his sin and the son bears the guilt of his sin. For some convoluted reason, Israel did not think that was right. So, here is what they were concluding about God and what God was saying is the truth, 25 "Yet you say, 'The way of the Lord is not fair.' Hear now, O house of Israel, is it not My way which is fair, and your ways which are not fair?" (Eze. 18:25). How could it be fair that the son bore the guilt of the father? That does not make sense! What is fair is that each person bears the guilt of his own sin. Yet, when we get away from the Lord, we start reasoning oddly, but it will seem intelligent and wise. Our generation thinks that evolution is scientific and objective, but religion is feeling-based and subjective. Like Israel of old, people are getting it reversed. How can we think properly when we leave the Great Thinker and His Book of Thinking? Keep meditating in the Scriptures and understand more of why the world is the way that it is, but turn to man's explanation of things and you will discover that his theories change every five or ten years. What is normal today will be odd tomorrow and what is odd today will be normal tomorrow. Open your mind and your heart to the thinking of the Lord.