Israel will be judged as an adulterer.
(Despite the coming judgment, Yahweh will renew covenant with Israel in the future.)
Israel is guilty of rebelling against God’s instrument of judgment.
(Yahweh will ultimately establish Messiah-King.)
Yahweh maintains the equity of His judgment according to the righteousness of each individual.
Israel is lamented concerning the failure of her kings.
Ezekiel confirms Judah’s judgment as unavoidable.
Israel must undergo Yahweh’s complete program of discipline for her own purification.
Israel will undergo Yahweh’s judgment without discrimination.
Israel’s idolatrous leaders must be judged for their wickedness and irresponsibility.
Jerusalem must be judged because her faithless sister Samaria had been.
Ezekiel announces Jerusalem’s judgment as having begun.
It is a judgment of purification, like that of a boiling pot.
It is a judgment that should not be mourned, for it was brought on by sin.
It is a judgment that should not have been cheered by Israel’s neighbors.
Ezekiel reveals the nature of other nations’ judgment.
Tyre will be judged for its attitude toward Israel brought on by its callous pursuit of trade.
Tyre becomes the object of a divine judgment oracle.
Tyre will become an international object lesson.
Tyre is lamented for her demise.
Tyre’s ruler is judged for his impious improprieties.
Sidon will suffer judgment for troubling Israel.
Israel will one day dwell in the land in security and safety.
Egypt will be judged for its prideful fierceness toward the other nations, including Israel.
Judgment upon Pharaoh and Egypt is pronounced.
Egypt’s demise is predicted for its callous pride and lack of respect for Israel.
Egypt will be plundered by Nebuchadnezzar.
Egypt’s alliances will fail.
Pharaoh’s power will be broken.
Egypt will be cut down like Assyria.
Lamentation over Pharaoh and Egypt is made.
Ezekiel reminds Israel of his ministry as watchman to call individuals to repentance.
18:1–32 19:1–14 20:1—23:49
23:1-49 24:1—25:17 24:1–14
26:1—28:19 26:1–14 26:15–21 27:1–36 28:1–19 28:20–23 28:24–26
29:1–16 29:17–21 30:1–19 30:21–26 31:1–18 32:1–32