God speaking to Ezekiel about inescapable judgment:
"Though these three men, Noah, Daniel, and Job, were in it, they should deliver but their own souls by their righteousness, saith the Lord GOD." (Ezekiel 14:14).
Why are Noah, Daniel, and Job mentioned as standout, righteous men, in this verse and in Ez 14:20?
"The principal fight of the Christian is with the world, the flesh, and the devil. These are his never-dying foes. These are the three chief enemies against whom he must wage war. Unless he gets the victory over these three, all other victories are useless and vain. If he had a nature like an angel, and were not a fallen creature, the warfare would not be so essential. But with a corrupt heart, a busy devil, and an ensnaring world, he must either “fight” or be lost." (JC Ryle, "Holiness")
Noah overcame the world. Daniel overcame the flesh. Job overcame the devil.
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