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Ezekiel: Hearts Of Stone, Hearts Of Flesh (Week 8)

Which is harder, creating NEW LIFE, or regenerating a DEAD HEART? The hearts of Ezekiel’s contemporaries were stony. They were dead in their sins and trespasses. They were spiritually flat-lining. So what did they need? The same thing we all need – regeneration. Click to learn more.

Ezekiel: The City Of Tyre And The Serpent (Week 7)

Pride comes before the fall. It was true of the CITY OF TYRE, and it was true of THE DEVIL as well. In today’s study of Ezekiel 26-28, we see the destruction of the island kingdom of Tyre. We also see a unique reference to the fall of the devil. Both were guilty of similar sins! Click to learn more.

Ezekiel: False Prophets And Dead Prophets (Week 6)

History is filled with false prophets, false teachers, wicked Pharisees, and all manner of religious charlatans. Why would the modern church be any different? Spoiler alert: it’s not. Click to learn about God’s judgment on false teachers from Ezekiel 13.

Ezekiel: God’s Glory Departs The Temple (Week 5)

In Ezekiel 10, God’s glory LEFT the building. Destruction followed. But why did this happen? The people had turned their back on God, and turned toward idols. They had defiled His house. And because of that, Ezekiel had a vision of God’s glory leaving the temple. Would He ever return?

Ezekiel: Then You Will Know I Am The Lord (Week 4)

When the TRAIN is coming, get off the TRACKS. In Ezekiel’s day, the Israelites were standing on the train tracks of God’s wrath, and were about to get run over. But why? What had they done? Why was God so angry? Click for Week 4 of our new series.

Ezekiel: The Watchman (Week 3)

What does it mean to be A WATCHMAN? Ezekiel was called to be a ‘watchman’ over God’s people, and that involved two things: identifying spiritual danger, and warning the people. Are there any watchmen in our day? Click to learn more.

Ezekiel: The Prophet And The Scroll (Week 2)

Ezekiel had A VERY HARD JOB – he was sent to TELL PEOPLE things that they DIDN’T WANT TO HEAR. In Week 2 of our study, we consider Ezekiel’s call to be a prophet. Israel had a long history of rejecting (and even killing) its prophets. So how would this young man respond? What would he say? Click to find out.

Ezekiel’s Vision: A Chariot Of Fire (Week 1)

In Ezekiel 1, the prophet had A VISION. In this vision, he saw a fiery whirlwind approach, and within the whirlwind was a CHARIOT OF FIRE – carried by angels, who flew amidst the chariot’s fiery wheels. What was this vision all about? Click to learn more.

Stand Up And Speak Out (A Call To Courage)

The Gospel is NOT toothless. The Gospel is NOT weak. In Scripture, we see that the Gospel is the “power of God” unto salvation. We should treat it that way – as a lion to be let out, not as something to hide, package or subjugate. Just preach it!