Read Ezekiel 36:1 through 39:29
Published: Aug 20, 2017
Walking through the valley of dry bones must have been depressing. This was a hopeless situation, indeed. A question came to the prophet right in the middle of the valley of despair. Basically, it was a question about whether or not God can work in hopeless situations.
He was baffled by the situation. Even before he had clarity about what God would do, the Lord used him to speak a word over those dry bones.
“This is what the Sovereign Lord says to these bones: I will make breath enter you, and you will come to life” (Ezekiel 37:5).
Something started to happen. The bones began to become attached to one another, and the breath came from the four winds, entering those lifeless bodies. There was fresh movement in a lifeless situation. It was a turnaround moment for those dry bones.
We need those turnaround moments in our lives, too, when God infuses us with fresh life and vigor. They come when we hear that fresh Word of God.
Prayer Suggestion: Lord, breathe fresh life into me.
Quicklook: Ezekiel 37:1–6
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