What Would It Have Been Like? – “To See Dead Bones Live!”

Have you ever wondered what it would’ve been like to witness with your own eyes the events of the Bible? I have, and with that curiosity I let myself wonder “What Would It Have Been Like?” Care to travel with me today as I explore “To See Dead Bones Live!”

Can you imagine being there with God and Him turning to you to ask what is supposedly a simple but not so simple question? “Son of man, can these bones live?” (Ez. 37:3, NKJV). “What? Did I hear Him right?” is what Ezekiel must have thought. “Can these bones live?” the question just rolled through his mind dumbfounding him. Awestruck, his response was as I believe mine would have been, “O Lord GOD, You know,” (Ez. 37:3, NKJV), while shrugging my shoulders all kinds of ways. At that point I believe Ezekiel was starting to realize in a whole new way the magnitude of God. Looking out over the valley and seeing the waste of what was once life and trying to imagine them alive, his response was to appeal to the sovereignty of God – “You know!”

Word For Life Says . . .

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“So I prophesied as He commanded me, and breath came into them, and they lived, and stood on their feet, an exceedingly great army,” Ezekiel 37:10, NKJV

If looking at a valley of dead bones isn’t enough to shake you, then what follows would have blown my mind!  God does some pretty amazing things in the Bible and this by far has to be one of my favorite stories that display His sovereignty.  It’s one thing to hear of people being brought back from the dead and it’s quite another to see the process with the naked eye.  Think about it, what would it have been like?

Can you imagine being there with God and Him turning to you to ask what is supposedly a simple but not so simple question?  “Son of man, can these bones live?” (Ez. 37:3, NKJV).  “What?  Did I hear Him right?” is what Ezekiel must have…

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