Read Ezekiel 10 today.

This chapter includes more of Ezekiel’s vision of Jerusalem. One of the things Ezekiel saw was the withdrawing of the glory of the Lord from the temple and from Jerusalem. It is hard for me to imagine the feeling of that event. What would it be like to experience the withdrawal of the presence of God? I think the feeling would be of great emptiness.
One of the sad thoughts I have is that some of the people may not have even noticed the withdrawal. They had been living apart from God for so long, it had become normal. May we choose to live so close to God that even the slightest change to the closeness of our relationship would gain our attention.
Ezekiel 10:3-4, 18-19 NLT
The cherubim were standing at the south end of the Temple when the man went in, and the cloud of glory filled the inner courtyard. [4] Then the glory of the LORD rose up from above the cherubim and went over to the entrance of the Temple. The Temple was filled with this cloud of glory, and the courtyard glowed brightly with the glory of the LORD.
[18] Then the glory of the LORD moved out from the entrance of the Temple and hovered above the cherubim. [19] And as I watched, the cherubim flew with their wheels to the east gate of the LORD’s Temple. And the glory of the God of Israel hovered above them.