• Ezekiel 34:11-16 With God, We are Never Lost (Wagner)

    One of my most terrifying moments was the time I lost my grandson. We were shopping at the mall. I was in a panic. My daughter said, “I think I know where he is." Sure enough, he was in a children’s store, watching a video. The message of Ezekiel the prophet was that the people of God are never lost.

  • Ezekiel 37:1-14 Fresh Beginnings (Wagner)

    Like the Ownby’s farm, which no longer exists, the nation of Israel had ceased to be a viable, living community. The Ownbys probably died off or moved to another location. The Israelites, however, had turned away from God.

  • Ezekiel 37:1-14 Open Windows (London)

    “Can these bones live?” God asked Ezekiel. Can the abusive husband ever become a gentle loving husband? Can the hate-filled white man and the bigoted black woman ever sit down together and share a meal? Can Palestinians and Jews ever live in peace?