Some popular Ezekiel sermons, according to SermonCentral.com, are “Limiting God,” “Overcoming Disappointment” and “God is Still on His Throne.” “Limiting God” received the highest ratings from readers and covers Ezekiel 1:1-20.
Followers of Judaism, Christianity and Islam venerate Ezekiel as a prophet, although the Qur’an does not mention him by name. Ezekiel prophesied against his own people of Judah and Jerusalem, against foreign nations and non-Israelites and of salvation. The sermon, “Limiting God,” focuses on Ezekiel’s first vision of God’s chariot of fire. This occurred during his exile in Babylon. The exiles believed that God had abandoned them, limiting himself to the temple in Jerusalem. The chariot of fire vision demonstrated that God was with them, not closed up in a temple or a church.