Please read Ezekiel chapter 1 now before you continue. It is only 28 verses and should not take long.
I first became intrigued with thirty years, four months and five days. Immediately I wondered what Jesus was doing on that day of His earthly life. Oh to have a calendar to compare these two days in the life and Ezekiel and Jesus. Would that be something marvelous?
Then in verse three, a word came expressly, meaning its delivery was meant to be given by no one else. Once again, I compared the testimony of Jesus Christ, the Word, no one else could have said what Jesus said, “I AM.”
Then I got caught up in the vision and the possibilities of all those faces and shapes and wings and wheels and eyes, movement, coordination, purpose and it was too overwhelming to understand.
What could all that mean, how did it relate to the times and telling of the life of Jesus Christ or was it a thing of the spirit which no one saw during the ministry of Jesus Christ because all eyes were fixed upon Him, our Lord and Savior. What could it all mean?
And then I came to the very last line of verse 28 “And when I saw it, I fell upon my face, and I heard a voice of one that spake.”
Face down with his face in the dust, Ezekiel having seen the glory of God now sees himself.
Genesis 18:27 And Abraham answered and said, Behold now, I have taken upon me to speak unto the Lord, which am but dust and ashes:
I am but dust and ash, God has revealed Himself to me and now I can see myself for what “I AM”.
Tomorrow, stand up!