Friday, December 31, 2010

Ezekiel 37

2 comments:

Chris said...

I'm pretty sure I was living at camp already the first time I heard "Days of Elijah" and had to look up the 'dry bones becoming of flesh'. There's no mention of Ezekiel's reaction to God's strange request beyond immediate obedience- By this time, Ezekiel must know that the mind-boggling power of God doesn't follow man's logic, and it's useless to try and figure it out before God is ready to reveal His full intentions and explanations. Mind-boggling, alright. And inspiring for me to live my faith trusting that whatever God asks of me is all that I need to concentrate on, not the why's, how's or when's.

Prairie Chick said...

I love that song, and I love this chapter. I am not sure what it is exactly but the prophesies about the restoration of Israel always excite something in me that nothing else does. God's plans and dealings with Israel reveal so much about His character and you stand in awe of Him.