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Sunday Bible Study: Ezekiel 37:1-14

Updated: Apr 7


This week we explore the work of God's restorative power of life through the words and experiences of the prophet Ezekiel. The experience of Ezekiel and his fellow Jewish people was a life that seemed barren and removed from God. The bleak existence is seen in the "dry bones of the valley," yet the restoration of God's people is promised through the words of the prophet Ezekiel.


Our Scripture passage (Ezekiel 37:1-14) may be found by following the provided link.


For continuing study on your own, reflect on these questions (found in the study guide below): How do you feel when you hear Ezekiel's dry bones vision; and can you relate to his vision through your own experiences? What questions do you have about God's promise of restoration and redemption? How have you felt God's spirit of life and hope in your life?


Below you will find the study guide for your own review and reflection:



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