Harvest Teachings

Verse By Verse With Pastor Paul Mowery

Author: Ezekiel, a priest (1:1-3).

Date: Approximately the 590s-570s BC.

In Ten Words or Less: Though Israel is in exile, the nation will be restored.

Details: Ezekiel, an exiled Jew in Babylon, becomes God’s spokesman to fellow exiles. He shares unusual (even bizarre) visions with the people, reminding them of the sin that led to their captivity but also offering hope of national restoration.

From Know Your Bible, published by Barbour Publishing, Inc. Used by permission.

  • Teachings
  • Old Testament
  • Ezekiel
Ezekiel 35-36
Paul Mowery January 1, 2010
Ezekiel 47-48
Paul Mowery January 1, 2010
Ezekiel 45-46
Paul Mowery January 1, 2010
Ezekiel 43-44
Paul Mowery January 1, 2010
Ezekiel 40-42
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Ezekiel 38-39
Paul Mowery January 1, 2010
Ezekiel 37
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Ezekiel 33-34
Paul Mowery January 1, 2010
Ezekiel 29-32
Paul Mowery January 1, 2010
Ezekiel 27-28
Paul Mowery January 1, 2010
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