Slaughter of Jerusalem, Ezek 9:1-11

The Slaughter of Jerusalem Ezek 9 is about the slaughter of Jerusalem.  The Lord decided to slay most of the inhabitants in the city because they were so abominable and perverse.  He used six men to execute his judgment. Six Men With Destroying Weapons, Ezek 9:1-2 While Ezekiel was with...

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Great Abominations in Israel, Ezek 8:1-18

In Ezek 8:1-18, Ezekiel sees, in the visions of God, Israel’s great abominations in Jerusalem.  There are four great abominations that he sees when he gets there: the image of jealousy, idols portrayed on the wall, women weeping for Tammuz, and men worshipping the sun.  When Ezekiel sees them, he...

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The Lord’s Wrath, Ezek 7:16-27

Ezek 7:16-27 describe some of the events that take place in the day of the Lord’s wrath upon Israel.  Here’s what happens to them in the day of the Lord’s wrath, Ezek 7:19. A few will escape the Lord’s wrath, Ezek 7:16-18 In the prior lesson The End is Come...

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The End is Come, Ezek 7:1-15

This lesson is on the end is come. In Ezek 7:1-15 Ezekiel prophesies against the whole land of Israel, Ezek 7:2.  Ezek said, “The end is come.”  We know that the ultimate fulfillment of this prophecy is in the Tribulation, right before the second coming of Jesus.  In Matt 24,...

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Prophecy Against the Mountains, Ezek 6:1-14

Ezek 6 is a prophecy against the mountains of Israel, which is where idols were worshipped in the high places.  This prophecy against the mountains includes prophecies about: The destruction of the high places – Ezek 6:1-7 – Ezekiel prophesies to the mountains, hills, rivers, and valleys. The Lord said...

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Sign of Ezekiel’s Hair, Ezek 5:1-17

In Ezek 5, Ezekiel was instructed to shave off his hair and beard as a sign to Jerusalem.    This sign showed the men of Judah the thoroughness with which the Lord intended to destroy those who refused to do his statutes and judgments. The sign of Ezekiel’s hair – Ezekiel...

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The Sign of the Siege and Famine, Ezek 4:1-17

In Ezekiel 4, Ezekiel gives two signs to Israel and Judah about the coming sieges of both countries and the consequent famines.   The sign of the siege – Ezek 4:1-8 – Ezekiel is instructed to portray Jerusalem on a tile.  This would have been a clay tile, upon which he...

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A Watchman, Ezek 3:15-27

Our lesson today is from Ezek 3:15-27.  In Ezek 3:14, Ezekiel was transported by the spirit to Telabib by the river Chebar, where those who had been taken captive dwelt.  What he saw astonished him.  And so he sat among them seven days.  There God made Ezekiel the watchman for the...

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Ministry of a Prophet, Ezek 3:4-14

The ministry of a prophet is unique.  He’s certainly not a pastor.  He’s not trying to shepherd a flock of people and establish a local ministry where he is sent. He preaches God’s words and often what he has to say is very negative.  In Ezek 3:4-14, we see some...

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A Prophet Among Them, Ezek 2:1 – 3:3

We’re studying Ezek 2:1-3:3 in this lesson.  Ezek 2:5 says, “And they… shall know that there hath been a prophet among them.”  There are several things that we see in this passage concerning Ezekiel that are true of God’s prophets.   A prophet hears from God – Ezek 2:1-3 – God...

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