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B.

C.

D.

  • d.

    Israel will be judged as an adulterer.

  • e.

    (Despite the coming judgment, Yahweh will renew covenant with Israel in the future.)

  • f.

    Israel is guilty of rebelling against God’s instrument of judgment.

  • g.

    (Yahweh will ultimately establish Messiah-King.)

  • h.

    Yahweh maintains the equity of His judgment according to the righteousness of each individual.

  • i.

    Israel is lamented concerning the failure of her kings.

Ezekiel confirms Judah’s judgment as unavoidable.

  • 1.

    Israel must undergo Yahweh’s complete program of discipline for her own purification.

  • 2.

    Israel will undergo Yahweh’s judgment without discrimination.

  • 3.

    Israel’s idolatrous leaders must be judged for their wickedness and irresponsibility.

  • 4.

    Jerusalem must be judged because her faithless sister Samaria had been.

Ezekiel announces Jerusalem’s judgment as having begun.

  • 1.

    It is a judgment of purification, like that of a boiling pot.

  • 2.

    It is a judgment that should not be mourned, for it was brought on by sin.

  • 3.

    It is a judgment that should not have been cheered by Israel’s neighbors.

Ezekiel reveals the nature of other nations’ judgment.

  • 1.

    Tyre will be judged for its attitude toward Israel brought on by its callous pursuit of trade.

    • a.

      Tyre becomes the object of a divine judgment oracle.

    • b.

      Tyre will become an international object lesson.

    • c.

      Tyre is lamented for her demise.

    • d.

      Tyre’s ruler is judged for his impious improprieties.

  • 2.

    Sidon will suffer judgment for troubling Israel.

  • 3.

    Israel will one day dwell in the land in security and safety.

  • 4.

    Egypt will be judged for its prideful fierceness toward the other nations, including Israel.

    • a.

      Judgment upon Pharaoh and Egypt is pronounced.

5.

      • 1)

        Egypt’s demise is predicted for its callous pride and lack of respect for Israel.

  • 2)

    Egypt will be plundered by Nebuchadnezzar.

  • 3)

    Egypt’s alliances will fail.

  • 4)

    Pharaoh’s power will be broken.

  • 5)

    Egypt will be cut down like Assyria.

    • b.

      Lamentation over Pharaoh and Egypt is made.

Ezekiel reminds Israel of his ministry as watchman to call individuals to repentance.

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16:1-59

16:60–63

17:1–21 17:22–24

18:1–32 19:1–14 20:1—23:49

20:1–44

20:45—21:32

22:1–31

23:1-49 24:1—25:17 24:1–14

24:15–27

25:1–17 26:1—33:20

26:1—28:19 26:1–14 26:15–21 27:1–36 28:1–19 28:20–23 28:24–26

29:1—32:32 29:1—31:18

29:1–16 29:17–21 30:1–19 30:21–26 31:1–18 32:1–32

33:1–20

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