Ezekiel: Dedicated or Reluctant Prophet?

Babylon - Stadtansicht - ZeichnungHe was made mute, unable to speak except when God delivered a word through him (Ezek. 3:26). He was bound with cords, literal or a figure for the power of God confining him to his house (3:25). He was made to do arduous and torturous things, lying on his left side for 390 days, bound again with cords, eating rough bread cooked with cow dung (4:4-17).

Of all the terrible things Ezekiel endured, the worst came with a word,

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1 Response to Ezekiel: Dedicated or Reluctant Prophet?

  1. robyndevorah says:

    He could have been a little of both. Or something entirely different altogether.

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