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Chapter 1

Sermon on Nov 11, 2007

Ezekiel 1:1-28

The Lord's Day Morning

November 11, 2007

Ezekiel 1:1-18

“A Vision of God”

Dr. Mark Dever

Let's go to God now in prayer and ask for His assistance as we come to His word. Let's pray together.

Lord God, we do thank You for the promise we have of a new world that You will create. We thank You for the way that You do give us glimpses...

Chapter 34

An Ancient Christmas: The Coming of Jesus in the Old Testament

Sermon on Dec 23, 2012

Ezekiel 34:1-31

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Ezekiel chapter 34 as we continue working our way through this series, “An Ancient Christmas: The Coming of Jesus in the Old Testament.” In the year 597 BC, Ezekiel was called to the ministry by a river in Babylon with a vision of the glory of God. Ezekiel as a teenager would perhaps have heard...

Chapter 37

Gospel Pattern: Old Testament Stories & The Grace of God

For our Bible study portion tonight we are continuing our summer series on Wednesday nights called “Gospel Pattern:  Old Testament Stories and the Grace of God.”  And we continue the series tonight by diving into one of the more well-known sections of Ezekiel, Ezekiel chapter 37.  So if you have your Bible you can go ahead and turn there or you can look on the back of the...

If you will take your copy of God’s Word and turn to Ezekiel chapter 37, it’s found on page 724 and 725 of the black pew Bibles before you. In the early chapters of Ezekiel, up unto our passage today, there is a great judgment. It is doom and gloom, and for good reason, because Israel has turned to idols. They have worshiped the creature instead...

You may know that Ezekiel 37 is written to the people of God in exile in Babylon. They’ve been in exile at least around twelve years or so and they are incredibly discouraged. Indeed, they feel hopeless. Everything seems to be lost; cut off is the expression used in our passage. And God, through the prophet in our text, is sending a word of hope and a promise...

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