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Ezekiel

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Ezekiel Ezekiel means “God will strengthen”. Ezekiel Ben-Buzi (son of Buzi) was born in Jerusalem during the reign of King Josiah. Taken into captivity by the Babylonians and spends the rest of his life there given a series of seven visions in 22 years.
“They/you shall know that I am the Sovereign Lord” is used 70 times in this book.
Ezekiel 1-3 God commissions his servant Ezekiel with visions to confront God’s sinful nation. IE- Chapter 3: “The watchman for the house of Israel”
Ezekiel 4-24 Ezekiel delivers the message of doom to the captives. He tells several parables constantly reminding the Jews that God was cleansing His chosen nation and that God is sovereign.
Ezekiel 16 The allegory of the beautiful wife turned prostitute – Jerusalem
Ezekiel 18 “The person who sins shall die”
Ezekiel 24 Ezekiel’s wife dies – “the delight of his eyes”
Ezekiel 25-32 Ezekiel condemns judgment upon seven particular nations who mocked the Lord Nation’s captivity. These nations are Ammon, Moab, Edom, Philistia, Tyre, Sidon and Egypt.
Ezekiel 33-48 A message of deliverance and restoration is proclaimed for current nation of Israel and the Temple, the coming Messiah and the Kingdom of God in the “End Age.”
Ezekiel 33-48 IE Ezekiel 34: The condemnation of the ungodly shepherds, Ezekiel 36: “A new heart and a new spirit” Ezekiel 37: The valley of dry bones Ezekiel 47: The river of God
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