Contributed on Feb 17, 2011
God calls Ezekiel to minister to a tough crowd with a tough message!
Contributed on Mar 3, 2011
God calls Ezekiel to play wargames and cook in unsanitary conditions in order to visually desmontrate the plight of the rebels in Jerusalem. Praise God we get to use Powerpoint for visual impact today!
Contributed on Mar 10, 2011
God commands Ezekiel to visually demonstrate how severe the destruction of Jerusalem is going to be and restates that He has just cause to judge these people.
Contributed on Mar 23, 2011
God's bleak message of certain judgment continues as Ezekiel describes the basis for judgement, the certainty of judgment, and the completeness of this judgment. A bleak, doom and gloom text reminds us of the holiness of God.
Contributed on Apr 7, 2011
After God showed Ezekiel the extent of the idolatry of Jerusalem, he then shows Ezekiel that in spite of His anger, a remnant will be preserved.
Contributed on Apr 21, 2011
Ezekiel's vision of what is taking place in Jerusalem continues and God declares that the positive preachers among them are wrong! The crisis would not soon be over!
Contributed on Apr 28, 2011
Once again, God give Ezekiel a dramatic presentation in order to communicate the fate of King Zedekiah and the nobles in Jerusalem. Ezekiel obeys and THEN is given the meaning of his visual aids.
Contributed on May 12, 2011
Some of the exiled elders come and sit before Ezekiel as if they are ready to hear from God and God shows Ezekiel that these people aren't really ready to hear His voice and pronounces more judgement, while calling for repentance.
Contributed on May 19, 2011
God asks a series of rhetorical questions designed to get the people facing the sad fact that despite being called by God they were no better than the nations around them. In fact, because they refused to bear proper fruit they were worthless to God.