Ezekiel 16 – 17 Questions for Reflection


The questions below can be used to provide fuel for your thoughts as you study each reading below

Ezekiel 16:1-42
Passage Lookup

Describe the state of the baby in the story? Characterize the traveler’s kindness, provision and covenant with her. What nation does this parable speak about? Relate God’s love and anger.

Ezekiel 16:43-63
Passage Lookup

How is Israel portrayed here? Characterize her sisters. What are their attitudes and actions toward their husbands and children? Distinguish the covenant in the days of Israel’s youth and the everlasting covenant.

Ezekiel 17
Passage Lookup

From the parable, identify the eagles, the top of the cedar, the seed of the land and the fertile soil where it is planted (See 2 Kings 24:8 -25:7; 2 Chron. 36:9-14). What do you think are God’s purposes for your nation? To what extent is God involved in history today? Why?


The reading plan above can be used as a tool for daily Bible study at any place or any time. My hope is that the readings, questions above, and the experiences you have throughout this week allow you an opportunity to truly experience a deeper relationship with God. “This Day with God” devotional is a tool to provide an efficient and effective way to read God’s word so the lessons learned can be applied in every activity, every conversation, every problem, and even every thought of your day.

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