Read Ezekiel 15 today.

This is a very short chapter, yet it is significant. Consider the declaration being made by God about the people of Jerusalem. They are as useless as the wood of a grapevine. They are not compared with the usefulness of the fruit, but rather with the uselessness of the vine apart from the fruit. The wood is useless from the structural standpoint, and it is also useless from the standpoint of being effective fuel for a fire. It is useless.
The rebelliousness and idolatry of the people has made them useless to God. Can you imagine being declared useless by God?
May we choose to live faithfully, that we may one day hear the words from God, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”
Ezekiel 15:1-8 NLT
Then this message came to me from the LORD: [2] “Son of man, how does a grapevine compare to a tree? Is a vine’s wood as useful as the wood of a tree? [3] Can its wood be used for making things, like pegs to hang up pots and pans? [4] No, it can only be used for fuel, and even as fuel, it burns too quickly. [5] Vines are useless both before and after being put into the fire!
[6] “And this is what the Sovereign LORD says: The people of Jerusalem are like grapevines growing among the trees of the forest. Since they are useless, I have thrown them on the fire to be burned. [7] And I will see to it that if they escape from one fire, they will fall into another. When I turn against them, you will know that I am the LORD. [8] And I will make the land desolate because my people have been unfaithful to me. I, the Sovereign LORD, have spoken!”