Earlier this week I posted a quiz: what do Moses, David, and Ezekiel have in common? Something that they alone share.
If you like you can try to think of it; if not, here’s what it was:
They were the prophets to whom God gave the designs of his Temples: to Moses the design of the Tabernacle, to David the design of the Temple which Solomon built, and to Ezekiel the design of the Temple of his coming kingdom.
It’s an interesting group which one doesn’t ordinarily think of together, but apparently God saw a connection between these men. Perhaps the connection was their very dissimilarity, as the root, stem, and flower of a plant are dissimilar, and are in a way connected by their dissimilarity.