Ezekiel 37:1-14 – “Speaking to Dry Bones”

Welcome, friends!  May you discover fresh hope and encouragement today.  Click the video below as we meet virtually and in spirit with one another.

I pray that your experience of God will become full, sustained, and fresh through this dry season of Lent and of the world’s predicament.  Click “Come Alive” (Dry Bones) sung by Lauren Daigle and speak to the dry bones in your valley.  Grace to you now and always.  Amen.

2 thoughts on “Ezekiel 37:1-14 – “Speaking to Dry Bones”

  1. Peggy Kleiber

    Thank you again for your insightful sermon. You’ve inspired me to email the readings you gave us to my friends, along with a question of the day regarding the Bible. We’re all deepening our knowledge of God’s Word through these readings and questions. I’m coming to understand that we serve a God who pays great attention to details and that everything He wrote has meaning. Nothing was written or has happened by accident. I like the symbolism of the O.T. that carries over into the N.T.


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