Ezek.


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Ezek.

abbreviation for
(Bible) Ezekiel
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Eliot then began his sermon, or address, from Ezek. xxxvii.
Israel was enslaved because of its sin of idolatry (see Ezek. 20:8-9).
The first half of Ezekiel 32 contains the sixth prophecy against Egypt and dates (according to the MT of Ezek. 32:1(67)) to March 3, 585, after the destruction of Jerusalem.
Barr's fascinating study of the vicissitudes of the text of Ezek. 28:14 and its implications for the way the Garden of Eden story of Genesis 2-3 was understood by Ezekiel and by those who transmitted and translated the text of his prophecies.
There is another instance in the Prophets (Ezek. 16:27): I have stretched out My hand over you, and diminished [va-egra] your allowance [hukkekha].
(5) In other passages, those who die on the battlefield are referred to as halalim, "the slain" Assyria is there with all her company, their graves round about, all of them slain, fallen by the sword (Ezek. 32:22) (6) -or as halelei herev: those slain by the sword (Jer.
When the prophet Ezekiel encountered God, he was shown a radiant Being seated on a blue throne surrounded by glorious colors (Ezek.
Gog and his allies will invade the nation of Israel when it is at peace (Ezek. 38-39).
In the Old Testament, ruah is the "power of integration" that brings the dead back to life (see Ezek. 37) and a dynamic power that gets others to move.
17:11; 23:20; 30:24; 48:47; 49:39; Ezek. 38:8, 16; Dan.
Brian Peterson's treatment of the Unheilsgeschichte in Ezek. 20, together with the narratives of Yhwh's unfaithful spouses in Ezek.