Illuminate: Ezekiel, Daniel

Illuminate: Ezekiel, Daniel
People of Faith
Barclay Press
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People of Faith

Ezekiel and Daniel are books of exile. The people of Judah have been conquered by the Babylonians and many have been carried away from Jerusalem to live in a foreign land. Ezekiel attempts to answer the questions of why God has allowed this exile, this destruction of Jerusalem and the temple. Daniel, on the other hand, sets an example for the exiles of what it means to live wisely and faithfully in the midst of a foreign culture that is often antagonistic to the beliefs and practices of the Jews. These books show what it means to be faithful in difficult circumstances, what it means to hold onto hope in God’s authority and goodness when the times seem hopeless and evil.



  1. Ezekiel’s Call (Ezekiel 2:1–10; 3:1–11)
  2. Watchman (Ezekiel 3:16–27; 33:7–20)
  3. Glory Leaves the Temple (Ezekiel 8:6, 9–11, 17–18; 9:3–6, 8–10; 10:4–14, 18–19)
  4. Jerusalem as a Wayward Foundling (Ezekiel 16:4–22, 59–63)
  5. Judgment of Sin (Ezekiel 22:1–2, 6–16, 23–31)
  6. Remnant Returns (Ezekiel 36:24–38; 39:21–29)
  7. Glory Returns to the Temple (Ezekiel 43:1–11; 47:1–12)
  8. Nonviolent Resistance (Daniel 1:1–21)
  9. Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream (Daniel 2:1–5, 10–13, 17–19, 26–28, 31–40, 42–44)
  10. Test of Allegiance (Daniel 6:6–28)
  11. Dream of Four Beasts (Daniel 7:2–14, 16–27)
  12. Daniel’s Prayer and Its Answer (Daniel 9:2–4, 7–11, 16–27)
  13. Daniel’s Final Vision (Daniel 10:8–9; 11:14–15, 27–32, 36, 40, 45; 12:1–13)



Christina Muhr, Jennifer Newman, Ed Schneider, Ben Snyder, Geoff Knowlton, Rhiannon Grant, Paul Almquist, Melinda Wenner Bradley, Greg Woods, Thomas Rockwell, Charity Sandstrom, Cherice Bock, Windy Cooler, Daniel Smith-Christopher, Lynette Davis, Leigh Tolton, Phil Baisley



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