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Ezekiel 12

Pastor Drew Humphrey

February 11, 2018

Series: Object Lessons

They have eyes, but they don't see. They have ears, but they don't hear. That was God's complaint against his people, and it pointed to the true source of their spiritual blindness and deafness: a rebellious heart. This lesson in spiritual anatomy reveals that the greatest need facing us is something that only God can provide: a complete heart transplant.

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