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, but we’re almost through it. See if you can find at least one thing to underline and take note of each day.
To what once-great nation is Egypt compared? Who are the trees in the garden of God? Why was the nation of Assyria destroyed?
Who are the uncircumcised in the pit? Who are some of the nations that will be brought down during this time?
If a watchman does not do his job, what will happen to him and the people? If a righteous person commits iniquity, will his righteousness save him? How did the people receive Ezekiel’s words?
Who are the shepherds of Israel? What is the difference between the fat and the lean sheep? Who are the trees of the earth that will yield their fruit?
Of what nation was Mount Seir?
What is personified in this prophecy of Israel? Why would God bring salvation to His people?
“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!