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Ezekiel Chapter 43:1-12 Antique Commentary Quotes

Pulpit Commentary
Eze_43:1

Afterward, etc. Having completed the survey of the temple precincts (Eze_42:15-20), the prophet’s guide, “the measuring man,” conducted him back to the gate that looked towards the east, i.e. 2,674 more words

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Ezekiel Chapter 37:1-3, 11-14, 23-28 Antique Commentary Quotes

John Gill
Ezekiel 37:1

The hand of the Lord was upon me,…. The Spirit of the Lord, a powerful impulse of his upon the prophet; the Targum interprets it a spirit of prophecy; See Gill on Eze_1:3, … 2,730 more words

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Ezekiel Chapter 34: 2-6, 11-16, 22-24 Antique Commentary Quotes

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Eze_34:2

Prophesy against the shepherds of Israel, etc. Our modern associations with the words, our use of terms like” the pastoral office,” “the pastoral Epistles,” lead us to think of the priests and prophets, the spiritual guides of the people, as being those whom the prophet has in view. 2,459 more words

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Ezekiel Chapter 28:1-5, 11-19 Antique Commentary Quotes

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Eze_28:1

From the city the prophet passes to its ruler, who concentrated in himself whatever was most arrogant and boastful in the temper of his people. 5,349 more words

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Ezekiel Chapter 24:15-27 Antique Commentary Quotes

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Eze_24:1

In the ninth year. We pass from the date of Eze_20:1 to B.C. 590, and the very day is identified with that on which the army of Nebuchadnezzar besieged Jerusalem (Jer_39:1; 2Ki_25:1-12). 2,105 more words

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Ezekiel Chapter 8:3-4, 10-12; 14:1-6 Antique Commentary Quotes

Cambridge Bible Davidson

Ezekiel 8:3

3. He does not even say that it was the divine hand that carried him; spirit carried him, the form of the divine hand was merely symbolical. 2,619 more words

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