2 edition of exposition continued upon the nineteen last chapters of the Prophet Ezekiel. found in the catalog.
exposition continued upon the nineteen last chapters of the Prophet Ezekiel.
by T. Parkhurst in London
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 403, 421-499, 200-420, 529-611,  p. (p. [25-32] at end advertisements)|
|Number of Pages||611|
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The exposition continued upon the nineteen last chapters of the prophet Ezekiel: with many useful observations thereupon delivered in several lectures in London. The Book of Ezekiel Chapter Chapter Overview: The kingdom of Judah and house of David is compared to a lioness, and their princes to lions taken in nets, ver.
1 - 9. The kingdom and house are compared to a vine, and these princes to branches, now broken off and burnt, ver. 10 - Verses. Chapter The Last King of Judah "While Jeremiah continued to bear his testimony in the land of Judah, the prophet Ezekiel was raised up from among the captives in Babylon, Find out more today how to purchase a hardcover or paperback copy of Prophets and Kings.
At that time Daniel, the prophet, whom Ezekiel probably knew, had already been a prisoner for around 12 years in the palace of the king of Babylon (compare Ezekiel ; Ezekiel ; Ezekiel ).
The last dated message of Ezekiel was given in the 27th year of the captivity, that is the year BC (Ezekiel ). Ezekiel therefore prophesied in Babylon for at least 22 years.
In his book Ezekiel. Ezekiel lived at the same time as Jeremiah the *prophet. But Ezekiel does not mention Jeremiah. Jeremiah was still in Judah while Ezekiel was with the *exiles. Ezekiel’s first *prophecy was in the year *BC and he continued to *prophesy for about 20 years.
Ezekiel dates his last .