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Ezekiel 1 [Full Chapter]
[ Ezekiel Sees the Lord’s Glory ] I am Ezekiel—a priest and the son of Buzi. Five years after King Jehoiachin of Judah had been led away as a prisoner to Babylonia, I was living near the Chebar River among those who had been taken there with him. Then on the fifth day of the fourth month of the thirtieth year, the heavens suddenly opened. The Lord placed his hand upon me and showed me some visions. ...

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[ Ezekiel Sees the Lord’s Glory ] I am Ezekiel—a priest and the son of Buzi. Five years after King Jehoiachin of Judah had been led away as a prisoner to Babylonia, I was living near the Chebar River among those who had been taken there with him. Then on the fifth day of the fourth month of the thirtieth year, the heavens suddenly opened. The Lord placed his hand upon me and showed me some visions.
The Lord God then said: Ezekiel, beat your fists together and stomp your feet in despair! Moan in sorrow, because the people of Israel have done disgusting things and now will be killed by enemy troops, or they will die from starvation and disease.
[ Ezekiel Sees the Terrible Sins of Jerusalem ] Six years after King Jehoiachin and the rest of us had been led away as prisoners to Babylonia, the leaders of Judah were meeting with me in my house. On the fifth day of the sixth month, the Lord God suddenly took control of me,
God said, “Ezekiel, do you see what horrible things Israel’s leaders are doing in secret? They have filled their rooms with idols. And they say I can’t see them, because they think I have already deserted Israel.
God said, “Ezekiel, it’s bad enough that the people of Judah are doing these disgusting things. But they have also spread violence and injustice everywhere in Israel and have made me very angry. They have disgraced and insulted me in the worst possible way.
[ Ezekiel Condemns Jerusalem’s Wicked Leaders ] The Lord’s Spirit lifted me up and took me to the east gate of the temple, where I saw twenty-five men, including the two leaders, Jaazaniah son of Azzur and Pelatiah son of Benaiah.
Ezekiel, son of man, the people living in Jerusalem claim that you and the other Israelites who were taken to Babylonia are too far away to worship me. They also claim that the land of Israel now belongs only to them.

37 topical index results for “Ezekiel”

EPHRAIM » A tribe of Israel » Reallotment of territory, to, by Ezekiel (Ezekiel 48:5)
GAD » A tribe of Israel » Reallotment of the territory to, by Ezekiel (Ezekiel 48:27,29)
GALLERIES » In the temple of Ezekiel's vision (Ezekiel 42:3)
IRONY » INSTANCES OF » Ezekiel to the prince of Tyre (Ezekiel 28:3-5)
JERUSALEM » Measurement of, in Ezekiel's vision (Ezekiel 45:6)
Tribe of » (The two sons of Joseph, Ephraim and Manasseh, wer » Reallotment of territory to, by Ezekiel (Ezekiel 48:4)
MUSIC » Chambers for musicians in the temple, in Ezekiel's vision (Ezekiel 40:44)
OFFERINGS » MEAT » Provided for in the vision of Ezekiel (Ezekiel 42:13)
PELATIAH » A prince against whom Ezekiel prophesied, and who fell dead at the close of the prophecy (Ezekiel 11:1-13)

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