November 14, 2020

Today you should read: Ezekiel 41

Ezekiel 41 focuses on the design of the Inner Temple. The details of how it is to be built should remind us of the Tabernacle and the Temple. When the people heard Ezekiel’s words, it had to provide them with hope. They had disobeyed and rebelled against God, but this chapter provides hope to when God will be with His people again. 

I think the climax of this chapter lies in verse 4. Ezekiel is being shown the Inner Temple when he sees The Most Holy Place. This is huge! This is one of those moments where Ezekiel had to pinch himself. Only the High Priest got to enter into the Most Holy Place, and he only got to do it once a year. The Most Holy Place was where God would dwell in the Temple. It was sacred. 

But Ezekiel got to experience where the presence of the Lord would be dwelling very soon! Must have been amazing. 

What has God done in your life lately where you got to truly experience Him? Was it a moment where you had to stop and pinch yourself? Was it a person who kindly encouraged you? Was it something that stood out to you in God’s Word? 

By: Brice Stockton — Student Ministry Assoicate


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Author: Center Point Church

A multi-campus church in central Kentucky. Our mission is to take everyone we meet one step closer to becoming a true disciple of Jesus Christ.

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