On Monday we looked at the background to Ezekiel’s prophetic message, and the big picture of a promised reboot of God’s people. If you’re just joining us, it’s best to start there and work your way forward. Today, we continue looking at the text of Ezekiel chapter 33.
Yesterday, we saw how God can’t be accused of being unjust. In the past, he’s appointed countless watchmen to warn Jerusalem—and they’ve all done their job. But still, Jerusalem didn’t repent. And here, among the exiles on the Kebar river, he’s set Ezekiel as his watchman who’s now about to do his job.Continue reading