A contemporary of both Jeremiah and Daniel, Ezekiel wrote his book during the Babylonian captivity of the Jews in an attempt to see his people turn back to the Lord. Join Skip Heitzig for this study of a book that highlights God's judgment of sin as well as incredible end-times prophecies.
Please note: this series is missing chapters 18-24 and 40-48. No recording of these chapters are available.
|1||Ezekiel 1-3||Ezekiel 1-3|
|2||Ezekiel 4-6||Ezekiel 4-6|
|3||Ezekiel 7-9||Ezekiel 7-9|
|4||Ezekiel 10-12||Ezekiel 10-12|
|5||Ezekiel 13-15||Ezekiel 13-15|
|6||Ezekiel 16-17||Ezekiel 16-17|
|7||Ezekiel 21-22||Ezekiel 21-22|
|8||Ezekiel 25-27||Ezekiel 25-27|
|9||Ezekiel 28-30||Ezekiel 28-30|
|10||Ezekiel 31-33||Ezekiel 31-33|
|11||Ezekiel 34-36||Ezekiel 34-36|
|12||Ezekiel 37-39||Ezekiel 37-39|