Ezekiel 23:1-24:27

Ezekiel tells two allegories; one tells of two sisters who went astray. This was meant to show the history of unfaithful Israel and Judah. Then, he tells a parable of the cooking pot, to indicate that the judgment has already been put on the stove.

Ezekiel 21:1-22:31

An explanation as to why God was about to use the nation of Babylon as a sort of punishing rod, to correct his people in Jerusalem.

Ezekiel 18:32-20:49

God laments over sinful man! He has no pleasure in judgment; he would much rather the wicked repent and turn back to him.

Ezekiel 16:15-18:32

Ezekiel likens unfaithful Israel who ran to the pagan nations, to an unfaithful wife who runs off to every other man in town. "The soul that sinneth, it shall die."

Ezekiel 14:1-16:14

Through Ezekiel, God announced the reasons why he was judging Jerusalem so harshly: Idolatry, idolatry, and idolatry~! Turning to other gods is the root of many other sins.

Ezekiel 12:1-13:23

The prophet Ezekiel must give the doleful announcement that God has had enough of the people's sin, and that they were about to go into exile.

Ezekiel 10:1-11:25

God draws back the curtain and allows Ezekiel to know why judgment was about to happen. He had a vision of the holiness of the Lord, in contrast to the great sin of the land, and saw the departure of the glory of God from the temple.

Ezekiel 8:2-9:11

God reveals to Ezekiel the secret sins of the spiritual leaders of the Israelites in Jerusalem. Even the temple of God was defiled by those who should have been champions for righteousness.

Ezekiel 7:1-8:4

God reveals to Ezekiel the reasons why judgment was about to fall… the sins of the people left in the whole land of Israel. They were about to go into captivity from Jerusalem to Babylon.

Ezekiel 5:17-7:2

Ezekiel warns of imminent judgment against the wicked in Jerusalem and the whole land of Israel. The judgment of God is not a popular message but is one of the truths which must be proclaimed.

Ezekiel 3:20-5:17

Ezekiel's ministry to the captives in Babylon was to be a "watchman" to the Israelites. His message was marked by symbolism; he was told to portray and symbolize the siege of Jerusalem.

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