Resources of the Month: Ezekiel and Habakkuk Cover to Cover Bible Studies


Cover to Cover Ezekiel

Dry bones can live!

The book of Ezekiel contains intriguing imagery including the famous vision of the valley of bones. Ezekiel was a priest called by God to deliver His messages to the Jewish people who were in exile in Babylon. God had not given up on His people and through Ezekiel, God still had plenty to say to them. God gives Ezekiel the task of confronting the rebellious Israelites and reminding them of their sins. However, the message is not all doom and gloom as God plans to rescue His people.

Claire Musters is an experienced writer who unpacks the book of Ezekiel for groups or individuals. A challenging study, over seven sessions, of an often neglected but fascinating book of the Bible with Bible readings, personal application and discussion questions.

 

 


Cover to Cover Habakkuk

How could God use wicked people to execute His purposes? Will sin go unpunished? Is it worth being faithful to God?

At a time when the Israelites were being ruled over by the Chaldeans, Habbakuk questions God about His divine plan. In this short book, Habbakuk raises issues such as sin, righteousness and faithfulness with God and in the end declares that he will still ‘be joyful in the God my Saviour’ (Habakkuk 3:18).

This is an opportunity, over seven sessions, for a personal or group study of age old questions and issues which are still being asked today. Includes Bible readings, personal application and discussion questions.

Steve Bishop is also the author of Cover to Cover Bible Study: Haggai.

Cover to Cover Habakkuk

 

 

More in the series

Cover to Cover Bible study guides are ideal for group or individual study. Experience the reality of Bible events in a fresh way, and gain a new depth to your Bible knowledge and relationship with God. Icebreakers, Bible readings, eye openers, discussion starters, personal application and ‘seeing Jesus’ sections make these Bible study guides a great small group resource.