Journey readings:
March 19 – March 24, 2012

by Living Springs Community Church on March 18, 2012

This week’s daily readings are listed below, along with some questions you can use to quiz yourself for comprehension!

Ezekiel 13

What were the prophets telling the people? What did the wall that was built represent? What would happen to the wall?

Ezekiel 14

Why would God be the one to answer anyone who inquired of a prophet? Why would the prophets speak? What would God do to him? What three men could be saved from God’s wrath and why?

Ezekiel 15

To what did God compare Israel? What did God consider the worth of Israel?

Ezekiel 16

To what did God compare the original tribe of Israel? What had Israel trusted in rather than God? What abomination did Jerusalem commit with their children? Why was Jerusalem like an adulterous wife? How was God to judge Jerusalem? What is the meaning of “like mother, like daughter”? Jerusalem’s sins were worse than what cities’? Who would become daughters to Jerusalem?

Ezekiel 17

Who was the great eagle who took the cedar from the highest branch? Who was the second eagle that the branch turned to? Who was the branch? Who was the branch that God would turn into a tree? Who are the birds that will dwell under the tree?

Ezekiel 18

What did God say would happen to the soul of those who live righteously? What happened to the soul of an unrighteous son even though his father was righteous? What would happen to the soul of one who turned from unrighteousness to righteousness? What would happen to the soul of a righteous man who turned form his righteousness to iniquity? From what did God tell the people to repent and turn away? Is God happy to lose a soul?

“The Journey” is Living Springs’ commitment to read at least a chapter of the Bible every day. We follow the same reading schedule so that we can encourage each other along the way. And our pastors post occasional blogs about the readings to instruct and inspire us. Want to join the Journey? Sign up for the Journey blog, and you’ll receive the weekly reading schedule in your email inbox or RSS feed. To participate in the conversation, post a comment below!

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