Week of April 12

Week of April 12

April 12: Ezekiel 24-25

1) What tragic loss did Ezekiel experience that God had predicted and then instructed the prophet to respond in a surprising way as a sign to the people of the judgment that was coming upon them (see 24:15-24)?

  1. Loss of his home
  2. Loss of his child
  3. Loss of his wife
  4. None of the above

2) What irreverent remark made by Moab and Seir resulted in God's judgment (see 25:8-9)?

April 13: Ezekiel 26

1) What bad news about Jerusalem did the people of Tyre assume to be good news for them (v. 2)?

2) What leader would lead his fierce armies against Tyre (v. 7-11)?

April 14: Ezekiel 27

1) What was the source of Tyre's smug self-confidence?

  1. Their Mariners
  2. Their Merchandise
  3. Their Mercenaries
  4. All of the above

2) What disaster did Ezekiel predict would bring an end to Tyre (see v. 25-36)?

April 15: Ezekiel 28

1) What was God's major problem with the King of Tyre (see v. 1-9)?

2) While Ezekiel's immediate prophecy is against the King of Tyre, who is ultimately in view in v. 12-19?

  1. The King of Sidon
  2. The Anti-Christ
  3. The Devil
  4. None of the above

April 16: Ezekiel 29

1) What creature did God use to compare with Egypt's Pharaoh (see v. 1-6)?

  1. A monstrous dragon
  2. A massive snake
  3. A ravenous lion
  4. None of the above

2) When God's harsh judgment fell upon Egypt, how long would it remain uninhabited, and after that time period, what would God do for them (v. 10-16)?

April 17: Ezekiel 30-31

1) What would God do to the arms of both Pharoah and Nebuchadnezzar according to 30:20-26?

2) What formerly great nation served as a comparison to Egypt in 31:1-9?

  1. Persia
  2. Syria
  3. Assyria
  4. None of the above

April 18: Discussion Questions

1) What passage uniquely spoke to you this week?

2) What insights did you gain about God?

3) What application might this have to what is happening in the world today?

4) How would God have you apply this truth to your life?