By the Rivers of Babylon



Ezekiel was part of the first wave of deportees taken from Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar in 597 BC. He was to have been a priest, had he been in Jerusalem. Instead he was commissioned as a prophet to speak to the exiles in Babylon, most of whom were prominent and wealthy, and expected to return soon to their homes in Judea. God was keeping His promise to judge. The question was: would He keep His promise to restore?

Messages in this series:

  1. A Breath-Taking Debut
  2. Modelling Disaster
  3. A Sword on the Mountains
  4. A Dismal City Tour
  5. The Rising Pressure Gauge
  6. The Riddle and the Rebellious Prince
  7. God’s Patience Runs Out
  8. The Rhyme of the Filthy Pot
  9. What About the Neighbours?
  10. The Power Behind the Northern Prince
  11. Bad News for Pharaoh
  12. Jerusalem is Fallen!
  13. A New Temple, a New Priesthood
  14. A New Homeland, Israel Reborn

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