This post by Greg R. Taylor is about how Ezra, a man that his own book says had “the hand of God upon him,” did three basic things. He devoted himself to study, he observed what he studied, and he taught what he studied and lived.
This post is about a very interesting Scripture, Ezra 3:11-13 about how the second Jewish temple foundation was laid and the people rejoiced and cried. Half the assembly, mostly the older ones, cried. Half the assembly rejoiced. The post relates that to our lives, how often we gather in mosques, churches, synagogues, and temples and some rejoice and some are terribly sad. The important point is we are together in seeking God.