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By The Book - Ezekiel

1. Where and when was the book of Ezekiel written? (Ezekiel 1:1-3)
Note: The northern kingdom of Israel was already gone, taken into exile by the Assyrians (see Ancient Empires - Assyria) over a century before. At the time of Ezekiel, the Babylonians (see Ancient Empires - Babylon) were in the process of conquering the remaining southern kingdom of Judah. Many of the people, including Ezekiel, had already been taken away to Babylon. Ezekiel's ministry was to warn those who remained. It effectively covered the period of approximately 5 years before the final fall of Jerusalem, to about 15 years afterward - 590 to 570 B.C.

The Temple 2. Was Ezekiel inspired and empowered by The Holy Spirit of God? (Ezekiel 2:2) (see The Holy Spirit In The Old Testament?)

3. Did God appoint Ezekiel as a watchman for the house of Israel (i.e. Judah), to teach and to warn? (Ezekiel 3:17-19) (see Prophets)

4. Were the people of Judah committing idolatry (see Images and Idols) right inside God's original Temple (see Temples) in Jerusalem? (Ezekiel 8:3-18)

5. Did the people's abominable behavior inside the Temple cause God to depart far from it? (the reason that He allowed the Babylonians to destroy it) (Ezekiel 8:6) (see Why Babylon?)

6. Did God promise that the exiled people of Judah would be allowed to return to Jerusalem after a period of time? (Ezekiel 11:16-17)

7. Did God say that those Jews who returned to rebuild would not again turn to idolatry in His House? (Ezekiel 11:18-20)

8. Did God say that King David would again reign as king over Israel? (Ezekiel 37:24)
Note: God was clearly speaking of a future reign of David, because at the time of Ezekiel, David had already been dead about 400 years.

9. Did God speak of a great future resurrection of Israelites? (Ezekiel 37:1-14) (see Dry Bones)

10. Did God speak of a great future river that will flow from Jerusalem? (Ezekiel 47:1-12)

11. Will God actually dwell in Jerusalem one day? (Ezekiel 43:7, 48:35) (see King Of The Mountain)


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