(Ezekiel 37:1-12)

For anything dead to come back to life, there must be a prophetic impact. The Lord did not just tell Ezekiel to speak to the dry bones but, He told him to prophesy.

4 Things to Note in Ezekiel 37:1-12:

  1. The Lord was the One Who located the valley of dry bones (Ezekiel 37:1). In the day God will turn your life around, He will locate you.
  2. God opened the eyes of the prophet to see that the bones were very dry (Ezekiel 37:2). The Lord understands your situation very well.
  3. The Lord commanded the prophet to prophesy (Ezekiel 37:3-5). God is the initiator of the miracle of restoration.
  4. The dry bones revived and received life as the Lord commanded (Ezekiel 37:7-10).

What is a grave? 

A grave does not only mean a hole dug in the ground for burial. Spiritually, it can be an evil judiciary or court where they take wrong for right and right for wrong. Psalm 74:20 describes it as ‘the dark places of this world’. It is a habitation of wickedness and sorrow.

Features of Prisoners of the Grave:

  1. Their lives are always static and stagnant.
  2. They are always stationed for disgrace.
  3. Good things are always hidden from them.

A life without the Holy Spirit can only attract shame and sorrow (Jeremiah 5:25, Matthew 12:25). And when your ways are not right with God, there is no way His power can set you free (5 people confessed Jesus as their Lord and Saviour, while 37 persons were in attendance for the first time).

Prayer Points

  1. Father, let my destiny answer to the great deliverance Voice of the Lord today in Jesus Name.
  2. Powers prolonging my problems, you are in trouble, catch fire in Jesus Name.
  3. Father, You are the God of Elijah, arise and scatter every grave housing my destiny in the Name of Jesus.
  4. I decree, whatever is hiding in my body/home that is destroying my destiny, your time is up, I address you in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, GO!