Ezekiel 1-3 Questions for Reflection

Vision of Ezekiel

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The questions below are to be used to provide fuel for your thoughts as you study the blocks of readings below:

Ezekiel 1
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What is the historical setting of Ezekiel’s ministry? What do you learn about the condition of the place where God dwells?

Ezekiel 2:1-3:15
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What will be Ezekiel’s ministry? What words and looks do you get when you speak God’s words in face-to-face encounters?

Ezekiel 3:16-27
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What comfort would Ezekiel find in the experience of verse 23? How are you to speak God’s words? When? For what purpose?

This Day with God will be amazing! Share with us those amazing moments of your past or present by responding with a short note or a comment about any of these questions.  Also, share with us any favorite  inspirational videos, photos, sermon thoughts, or favorite Bible verses.

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7 Responses to Ezekiel 1-3 Questions for Reflection

  1. loopyloo305 says:

    Thank you for the link, wonderful post!


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  3. Mark Shields says:

    The sermon this past weekend from Pastor Steve is titled “Becoming What We Were meant to Be”. A point made in the message is that unity of faith in Christ is the strongest force within the church because God is always with us and with Him are unlimited resources. Becoming what the church was meant to be requires Christians practicing their faith and reflecting Christ in their life. Here is a link to the Podcast player: FUMC Sermon Podcast.


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