Ezekiel was both a priest and a prophet during some of most difficult times of Judah’s history. God chose him to be His mouth-piece during their seventy-year period of Babylonian captivity (Carried away from Jerusalem with the other captivities from Jerusalem and Judah). He incorporated prophecies, parables, signs, symbols and visions to describe and dramatize God’s message to His people (Like the description of the dry bones and the clay tablet illustration).

The Old Testament prophet Ezekiel was filled with the Holy Spirit. In the beginning of his ministry he said, “Then the Spirit entered me when He spoke to me” (Ezekiel 2:2 NKJV).

We know Ezekiel did many unorthodox – “prophetic acts” – to demonstrate God’s truths to His wayward people.

The Holy Spirit caused Ezekiel to do some unusual things which we normally wouldn’t attribute the Spirit of God. Would you be willing to do some of the “crazy,” but anointed things the Holy Spirit asked Ezekiel to do?

In this final part of the Holy Spirit blog, we will be focusing on five of the unusual experiences the Holy Spirit led Ezekiel to do and ask God, by His Spirit, to allow us to be open to whatever the Holy Spirit wants to do even if it seems “crazy.


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