"The Spirit then lifted me up and took me away, and I went in bitterness and in the anger of my
As surely as the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the watery chaos in the beginning, just so surely does God's Spirit move upon the chaotic temperament of human nature to effect his purpose for mankind. Ezekiel does not find himself in agreement with God's will for the exiles in Babylon. Perhaps because he knows something of the unpopularity of prophets. But God is not dissuaded from his gracious intention. And he knows how to make us part of it.