Read Ezekiel 12 today.

Something I noticed as I have been reading in Ezekiel is the thread relative to the people coming to know the Lord. This is not merely an issue we find in Ezekiel, but throughout the Bible. There have always been those who would not acknowledge God.
I have had many conversations with people who did not believe in God. One of my questions is, “What would God have to do to convince you that He exists?” Perhaps a more difficult question might be directed toward those who already claim to believe in God, “What would God have to do to get your undivided attention?”
Do you know the Lord? Does He ever have your undivided attention?
Ezekiel 12:1-2, 16, 20 NLT
Again a message came to me from the LORD: [2] “Son of man, you live among rebels who have eyes but refuse to see. They have ears but refuse to hear. For they are a rebellious people.
[16] But I will spare a few of them from death by war, famine, or disease, so they can confess all their detestable sins to their captors. Then they will know that I am the LORD.”
[20] The cities will be destroyed and the farmland made desolate. Then you will know that I am the LORD.’”
Exodus 5:1-2 NLT
After this presentation to Israel’s leaders, Moses and Aaron went and spoke to Pharaoh. They told him, “This is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: Let my people go so they may hold a festival in my honor in the wilderness.” [2] “Is that so?” retorted Pharaoh. “And who is the LORD? Why should I listen to him and let Israel go? I don’t know the LORD, and I will not let Israel go.”