This week’s daily readings are listed below, along with some questions you can use to quiz yourself for comprehension! Ezekiel is a difficult book (and we’re only halfway through it!), but don’t get discouraged. See if you can find at least one thing to underline and take note of each day.
Why would Amnon be destroyed by God? Why would Moab be destroyed?
Who would God send against Tyre? Why would the coast al lands be troubled at the fall of Tyre?
How did all the nations trade with Tyre?
Why did Tyre say in their heart they were “like a god”? How was Tyre in Eden, the garden of God?
Why would Egypt be destroyed? Who are the fish attached to Egypt? Who would God give as a reward to the king of Babylon for his labor against Tyre?
What nation was God going to totally weaken? Who would God use to destroy Egypt? What did God take away from Ezekiel as a sign to Judah? What were Ezekiel and Judah not to do?
“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!