Commentary > Ezekiel
Ezekiel 1 Ezekiel's vision of cherubim and God's throne
Ezekiel 2-3 Ezekiel called and commissioned as watchman
Ezekiel 4 Mock siege against Jerusalem
Ezekiel 5 A third to die by pestilence and famine, a third by the sword and a third scattered
Ezekiel 6 Judgment on the mountains of Israel
Ezekiel 7 The end has come
Ezekiel 8 Pagan sunrise service in God's temple
Ezekiel 9 Call for the wicked to be slain but those who mourn abominations spared
Ezekiel 10 Glory of God departs from the temple with the cherubim
Ezekiel 11 Leaders judged; Israel to be restored; Glory moves east
Ezekiel 12 Deportation portrayed; God's judgment not postponed
Ezekiel 13 Prophecy against false prophets
Ezekiel 14-15 Message to idolatrous elders; Judgment on persistent unfaithfulness; Wood of the vine
Ezekiel 16 God's love for Jerusalem, the faithless wife; An everlasting covenant coming
Ezekiel 17 Two eagles and the vine; Transplanted twig
Ezekiel 18 Everyone responsible for self; God is fair; He commands repentance that all would gain a new heart and spirit
Ezekiel 19 Lamentation for the princes of Israel
Ezekiel 20 Israel punished for idolatry and Sabbath breaking; Future restoration; A fire in the forest of the South
Ezekiel 21 Babylon as God's sword against Judah; Three overturns of the Jewish crown; Sword against the Ammonites
Ezekiel 22 Sins of Israel and its leaders to be judged
Ezekiel 25 Ezekiel's prophecies against the Ammonites, Moabites, Edomites and Philistines
Ezekiel 26 Prophecy against Tyre
Ezekiel 27 Lamentation for Tyre
Ezekiel 28 Proclamation against the prince of Tyre; Lamentation for the king of Tyre (Satan); Prophecy against Sidon
Ezekiel 29:17-30:19 Babylon will plunder and destroy Egypt
Ezekiel 29:1-16 Ezekiel's prophecy of Egypt to be laid waste and scattered for 40 years, never to be a great empire again
Ezekiel 30:20-31:18 Pharaoh's strength broken and to be completely broken; Egypt to be felled like the great tree Assyria
Ezekiel 32 Lamentation for Pharaoh and Egypt; Egypt to follow other nations to the grave
Ezekiel 33:1-20 The watchman's responsibility; God's way is fair
Ezekiel 33:21-34:31 Exiles learn of Jerusalem's fall; Those left in the Promised Land to be destroyed; The exiles entertained by Ezekiel; Bad shepherds; God the true Shepherd will restore Israel
Ezekiel 35 Prophecy against Mount Seir (Edom)
Ezekiel 36 Israel will return to their land, the people will receive a new heart and spirit, and the land will become as Eden
Ezekiel 37 The dry bones will live again; Israel and Judah will be one nation ruled by King David
Ezekiel 38-39 Future invasion of Israel by Gog of Magog
Ezekiel 40 Description of the millennial temple complex
Ezekiel 41 Description of the millennial temple complex cont'd
Ezekiel 42 Priests' chambers and holy area
Ezekiel 43 God's glory to fill the millennial temple; Altar consecrated
Ezekiel 44 Only circumcised admitted; Priestly ordinances
Ezekiel 45 The holy district; Offerings and feasts
Ezekiel 46 Offerings cont'd
Ezekiel 47 Life-giving river and trees; Borders of the Promised Land
Ezekiel 48 Promised Land apportioned among the tribes