Read Ezekiel 6 today.

This chapter continues the proclamation of God’s judgment against Israel because of their idolatry. The lifeless, powerless idols and shrines in which the people have placed their trust will be destroyed. It seems to me God was proclaiming that the day was coming when He will destroy all idols, and those who were holding onto those idols would be caught up in the destruction. These are strong words. We do not like to think of God in this way, but we read throughout the Bible that our choice to trust God or idols has consequences. This is the consequence of people trusting idols over a long period of time.
If an objective observer were to look at our lives, in whom or what would he or she think we place our trust and hope?
Ezekiel 6:3-7 NLT
Proclaim this message from the Sovereign LORD against the mountains of Israel. This is what the Sovereign LORD says to the mountains and hills and to the ravines and valleys: I am about to bring war upon you, and I will smash your pagan shrines. [4] All your altars will be demolished, and your places of worship will be destroyed. I will kill your people in front of your idols. [5] I will lay your corpses in front of your idols and scatter your bones around your altars. [6] Wherever you live there will be desolation, and I will destroy your pagan shrines. Your altars will be demolished, your idols will be smashed, your places of worship will be torn down, and all the religious objects you have made will be destroyed. [7] The place will be littered with corpses, and you will know that I alone am the LORD.
Joshua 24:14-15 NLT
“So fear the LORD and serve him wholeheartedly. Put away forever the idols your ancestors worshiped when they lived beyond the Euphrates River and in Egypt. Serve the LORD alone. [15] But if you refuse to serve the LORD, then choose today whom you will serve. Would you prefer the gods your ancestors served beyond the Euphrates? Or will it be the gods of the Amorites in whose land you now live? But as for me and my family, we will serve the LORD.”
Romans 6:15-18 NLT
Well then, since God’s grace has set us free from the law, does that mean we can go on sinning? Of course not! [16] Don’t you realize that you become the slave of whatever you choose to obey? You can be a slave to sin, which leads to death, or you can choose to obey God, which leads to righteous living. [17] Thank God! Once you were slaves of sin, but now you wholeheartedly obey this teaching we have given you. [18] Now you are free from your slavery to sin, and you have become slaves to righteous living.