Ezekiel 21-23 Questions for Reflection

Questioned Proposal

Make use of the questions below as you study each passage:

Ezekiel 21
Passage Lookup

What two symbols are used to depict the destruction of Israel? Do you look for God’s hand in the happenings of your daily life? Why?

Ezekiel 22
Passage Lookup

List the types of sins for which judgment is passed on the city.  How does the people’s attitude toward the Lord affect their total lives (See verse 26 with Lev. 10:10-11)? How  can you influence present and future national leaders for God?

Ezekiel 23
Passage Lookup

To what extent do you learn from the examples of others? Must you have the experience before you can understand the consequences?

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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.

Why put off living?  Instead of dreaming of some magical day in the future, enjoy the amazing things that happen right now by spending this day with God!

Resources and Supplementary Helps Used in Posts
First United Methodist Waco Podcast
Christ Notes
Adeney, Carol. This Morning with God. Downer Grove Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 1978

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