What is truth? are the words with which Pilate mocked Jesus; and today many people ask the same question. But how do you discern truth in a world flooded with so much information and fake news, and where many deny truth’s very existence? We live in so called post-truth times when appeals to emotion, popular opinion, and personal belief are what define truth rather than objective facts, and the church is not unaffected by all of this. Ezekiel addresses a turbulent time in Israel’s history when they had turned their backs on God’s revealed truth; a time when all manner of religious practice was found acceptable because it was popular. The church can learn much from how Ezekiel addresses these issues. But more than that, Ezekiel tells of the wonderful future God has for his people in spite of their failings. It is a story of hope to any generation that feels a sense of hopelessness. Ezekiel’s ancient message points us to the truth that Jesus is the only one who can make all things new, and one day that is exactly what he will do when he returns in glory.