Ezekiel 7-9 Questions for Reflection


The questions below are to be used as fuel for your thoughts as you spend each day with God during the upcoming week:

Ezekiel 7
Passage Lookup

How will the doom affect economics? Other securities? Is God’s judgment impulsive? Why?

Ezekiel 8
Passage Lookup

What four abominations does Ezekiel witness? Characterize the religious leaders of your nation. What is the extent of their followings?

Ezekiel 9
Passage Lookup

What do you learn about the character of God’s justice from his destruction of the people of Jerusalem? How is judgment executed? What is the criteria for exemption?


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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5 Responses to Ezekiel 7-9 Questions for Reflection

  1. The passage this past weekend is title It All Begins with Prayer: http://www.fumcwaco.org/pod.html. Pastor Wayne said that we pray in order to remain in a relationship with the living God. We can remain in God’s love through the celebration of worship, through letting His Word abide in us, and by choosing to love one another. The by product is that we yield fruit and glorify God. Here is a link to a video that reminded me of the sermon: Stay – Jeremy Camp. http://youtu.be/dFqYILpNupo


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