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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English


  • Clemons, Ezekiel Trail, -- 1963-

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SeriesReport / 97th Congress, 2d session, Senate -- no. 97-344.
The Physical Object
Pagination10 p. ;
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15313586M

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Ezekiel Eats the Scroll. 1 “Son of man,” He said to me, “eat what you find here. Eat this scroll, then go and speak to the house of Israel.” 2 So I opened my mouth, and He fed me the scroll. 3 “Son of man,” He said to me, “eat and fill your stomach with this scroll I am giving you.” So I ate, and it was as sweet as honey in my mouth. Ezekiel looked beyond the sufferings of Christ to the glory that should follow. As Peter said of the prophets, they saw the sufferings and they saw the glory that would follow (1 Pet. ). I think Ezekiel saw it better than any of the other prophets. (McGee, J. Vernon. Thru the Bible Commentary, Vol. Ezekiel. Ezekiel anticipates Baptism. The Book as a whole serves as a source of symbols and imagery for the Book of Revelation, such as the eating of the scroll (Ezekiel and Revelation ), the darkening of the sun and moon (Ezekiel and Revelation , and the references to Gog and Magog (Ezekiel and Revelation ). Ezekiel " Now it came to pass in the thirtieth year, in the fourth [month], in the fifth [day] of the month, as I [was] among the captives by the river of Chebar, [that] the heavens were opened, and I saw visions of God.. Ezekiel, son of Buzi, a priest, was carried into captivity by the armies of Nebuchadnezzar in the second deportation from Jerusalem with Judah's king Jehoiachin ( .

  Ezekiel heard intimately and in detail the instructions of the Lord and then faithfully obeyed. I can do no less. I am committed, like Ezekiel, to fearlessly preach the Word of God and to obey God, whatever He asks of me. When God asks me to go to India I will go. When God asks me to write a book I will do it. Much of Christ will be found in this book, especially in the l's vision of God, and of the angelic host. () The conduct of Divine Providence. () A revelation of the Son of man upon his heavenly throne. () It is a mercy to have the word of God brought to us, and a duty to attend to it diligently, when we are in. William Francis Clemmons may be the son of Francis Clements who d. Amelia Co. VA , son of William of Amelia d. Test #, he has one mutation on the 3rd marker, and is an 11/12 match to the rest of the group. Another descendant of William Francis Clemmons is a 12/12 match for , and an 24/25 match for the main group. Ezekiel went into *exile at the same time as King Jehoiachin in the year *BC. Ezekiel lived with other *exiles at the river called Chebar. His home was in Tel-Abib town. His wife died in the 9th year of his *exile. The book is full of personal experiences: Ezekiel shut himself in his home and bound himself. The *Lord made him dumb.

The book of Ezekiel is Narrative History, Prophetic and Apocalyptic in genre and even contains Parables. The prophet Ezekiel wrote it approximately B.C. (this date is accurately precise because this book contains more defined dates than any other book in the Bible.) Key personalities include Ezekiel, Israel’s leaders, Ezekiel’s wife. Ezekiel is not an easy book to read. This sermon deals with how to read Ezekiel and applies some of the main themes Ezekiel Aug Reading Ezekiel There are parts of the United States, namely the Midwest that some people call “fly over country.” They call it that because they do not see the area as very exciting and you have to. According to the book itself, it records six visions of the prophet Ezekiel, exiled in Babylon, during the 22 years from to BC, although it is the product of a long and complex history and does not necessarily preserve the very words of the prophet. The Book of Ezekiel stands in the English Bible fourth among the Major Prophets. It ranks second in actual word count among the prophetic books (39, words as compared to Jeremiah’s 42,), and stands third in size in the entire Bible (behind Psalms and Jeremiah). In spite of its size, this book may well be the most neglected of the prophets.