The Destruction of Egypt, Ezek 30

In Ezek 30:1-26 we will study the destruction of Egypt.  The prophecy has a two fold application.  It was fulfilled, in part, when Nebuchadnezzar attacked Egypt after he attacked Judah.  And it will be ultimately fulfilled at the time of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.   v.2 Prophesy Thus...

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The Prophecy of Tyre, Ezek 26:1-21

In Ezek 26:1-21, Ezekiel gives the prophecy of Tyre.  Tyre was a seaport city on the Mediterranean coast in southern Lebanon.  It was 12 miles north of the border with modern Israel and 25 miles south of Sidon, modern day Saydā. It was a major Phoenician seaport from 2000 BC. ...

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Parable of a Boiling Pot, Ezek 24:1-14

The Day of the Parable of a Boiling Pot – Ezek 24:1-2 The exact day of the parable of a boiling pot is the day the siege of Jerusalem began. 2 Ki 25:1, it was in the ninth year, in the tenth month, in the tenth day of the month. ...

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What Nebuchadnezzar Underestimated

What Nebuchadnezzar Underestimated Dan 2: 12-13 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO Nebuchadnezzar successfully destroyed Judah and took many captives to Babylon.  He was very powerful and became the world ruler in his day.  God had promoted him to this great power and rule.  Among the captives, he had Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, and...

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The Two Ways, Ezek 21:18-32

The Two Ways The reason we’re studying Ezekiel is just to help you understand what you’re reading when you read it.  We’re not approaching this study as an effort to look for wild, new, or strange interpretations of prophecy.  The lesson today is on the two ways Nebuchadnezzar could make...

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Sword Against Jerusalem, Ezek 21:1-17

Prophecy of God’s Sword Against Jerusalem 2 In Ezekiel’s prophecy of God’s sword against Jerusalem, he prophesied toward Jerusalem, the holy places, and against the land of Israel.  In other words, God’s sword was going to clear out the land entirely. 3 God’s sword was going to cut off the...

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Two Eagles and A Vine, Ezek 17:1-24

Ezek 17:1-24 is a parable of two great eagles and a vine.  It applies to the reigns of Jehoiachin and Zedekiah in Judah and their captivity in Babylon.  It’s ultimate fulfillment will be at the second advent when Jesus Christ destroys the antichrist and begins to reign. The Two Eagles...

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The Lord Creates Evil, Is 45:7

The Lord Creates Evil Is 45:7 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO It may be surprising to you that the Lord creates evil.  That horrible deed is usually attributed exclusively to the devil.  Here are some examples of how and why the Lord creates evil: The evil oppression by Pharaoh – Rom 9:17...

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Who Is That God? Dan 3:15

Who Is That God? Dan. 3-15 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO When Nebuchadnezzar threatened the Jews with the fiery furnace if they refused to worship his image he asked, Who is that God that shall deliver you out of my hands, [Dan 3:15]?  He is: The God who delivered Israel from Egypt...

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They Dealt Proudly, Ex 18:11

They Dealt Proudly Ex 18:11 CLICK TITLE FOR AUDIO After Jethro, Moses’ father-in-law, heard all that the Lord did for Israel he said, “Now I know that the Lord is greater than all gods; for in the thing wherein they dealt proudly he was above them,” [Ex 18:11].  That statement, “in...

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