Israel, Gog and Magog in Ezekiel Israel, Gog and Magog in Ezekiel

Israel, Gog and Magog in Ezekiel

    • $4.99
    • $4.99

Publisher Description

The author opens by stating “I make no apology for selecting only a few chapters from Ezekiel. It would not be possible to deal with the whole book within the compass of a small book.”

 

The first 34 chapters of Ezekiel are devoted almost entirely to condemnation of Israel and the threat of judgment. Even here, however, the theme of restoration is not entirely forgotten. Glimpses of hope are scattered through these chapters like precious pearls in a turbulent sea of Divine fury. There are in fact some 52 verses devoted to restoration, about six percent of the total 880 verses.

 

In the later chapters, 35-48, the transformation of the land and people is the dominant theme. Only chapters 35 on Edom and 38-39 on Gog are devoted to judgment, but these form the backdrop to Israel’s restoration in chapters 36 and 39:25-29.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2020
October 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
46
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Open Bible Trust
SELLER
Open Bible Trust
SIZE
1.5
MB

More Books Like This

Studies in Zechariah Studies in Zechariah
2018
The Prophet Ezekiel: An Analytical Exposition The Prophet Ezekiel: An Analytical Exposition
2018
Prophecy and Current Events in the Middle East Prophecy and Current Events in the Middle East
2018
Watchman!Watchman! What of the Night? Watchman!Watchman! What of the Night?
2019

More Books by Charles Ozanne

Hosea: Prophet to Israel – The Northern Kingdom Hosea: Prophet to Israel – The Northern Kingdom
2007
Understanding the New Testament Understanding the New Testament
2012
The Believer's Guide to Bible Chronology The Believer's Guide to Bible Chronology
2011
Esther and Ruth Esther and Ruth
1988
The Vain and the Sane in Ecclesiastes The Vain and the Sane in Ecclesiastes
2013
Joel and the Day of the Lord Joel and the Day of the Lord
2006