3.1.18: Ezekiel 4: Curious Actions Speak Louder than Words to the Exiled Jews

Imagining something without visual assistance leaves it all up to our minds, our imaginations. In today’s chapter, God doesn’t want the Jews, who are already in Babylon, to imagine anything. He doesn’t want them to think that — no, there’s no way Jerusalem and the temple would be destroyed! So, He tells Ezekiel to dramatize what the siege of Jerusalem might look like. These exiles were deported way before the destruction of Jerusalem. In addition, he is to prophesy (explain) to the exiled Jews what will be happening. What Ezekiel has to do for God is above and beyond the scope of what we may consider “serving” as one of God’s prophets. Let’s dig in…

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