Ezek 1:5

1:5 When these “living creatures” appear again they are identified as “cherubim” (10:1, 15, 16, 20). There are points of similarity with the seraphim that attend God in Isaiah’s call (Is. 6:2, 3), and with John’s vision of the divine throne (Rev. 4:6–9). Their wings “touched one another” (v. 9) like the wings of the cherubim over the ark in the Most Holy Place of the temple (1 Kin. 6:27; 2 Chr. 3:11–12). Chronicles describes the ark as the divine chariot (1 Chr. 28:18).