Easter in the Valley of the Dry Bones

To read the prophet Ezekiel is like walking into someone’s hallucinations. Once he introduces himself in the first chapter and tells us who he is, when he lived, and where, he then wastes no time in introducing us to a God who completely disorients him and us too. Although it might be helpful here to describe what Ezekiel saw in his vision of God, it would be simpler if you simply picked up your Bible and read it for yourself (Ezekiel 1:4-3:15). (It’s worth the effort, by the way; the passage vividly reminds us that God is way beyond our understanding!) Fortunately, the same God who disorients Ezekiel, then re-orients him by calling him to be a prophet: “Son of man, I have made you a watchma

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