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Experience the Power of Ezekiel in Just 1 Minute!

If you’re looking to dive into the power of the Bible, the book of Ezekiel is an excellent place to start. Ezekiel is a prophet who lived during the Babylonian exile and was called by God to bring messages of judgment and hope to the people of Israel. This book is a powerful reminder of God’s sovereignty, justice, and love.

Summary of the Bible Book of Ezekiel

Ezekiel is divided into three main sections:

  1. Chapters 1-24: Ezekiel receives messages from God about the coming judgment on Jerusalem and the temple.

  2. Chapters 25-32: Ezekiel delivers messages of judgment against the surrounding nations.

  3. Chapters 33-48: Ezekiel prophesies about the restoration of Israel and the coming of a new temple.

Read the Book of Ezekiel in 60 Seconds or Less

  1. Chapter 1: A vision of God’s glory on a throne.
    "And above the expanse over their heads there was the likeness of a throne, in appearance like sapphire; and seated above the likeness of a throne was a likeness with a human appearance."

  2. Chapter 2: Ezekiel is called to be a prophet.
    "And he said to me, ‘Son of man, stand on your feet, and I will speak with you.’"

  3. Chapter 3: Ezekiel eats a scroll with God’s words.
    "So I opened my mouth, and he gave me this scroll to eat."

  4. Chapter 4: Ezekiel acts out a siege against Jerusalem.
    "And you shall eat it as a barley cake, baking it in their sight on human dung."

  5. Chapter 5: God’s judgment on Jerusalem is described.
    "Thus shall my anger spend itself, and I will vent my fury upon them and satisfy myself."

  6. Chapter 6: God’s judgment on the high places of Israel.
    "And I will lay the dead bodies of the people of Israel before their idols, and I will scatter your bones around your altars."

  7. Chapter 7: The end has come for Jerusalem.
    "The time has come; the day has arrived. Let not the buyer rejoice, nor the seller mourn, for wrath is upon all their multitude."

  8. Chapter 8: A vision of idolatry in the temple.
    "Then he said to me, ‘Have you seen this, O son of man? Is it too light a thing for the house of Judah to commit the abominations that they commit here, that they should fill the land with violence and provoke me still further to anger?’"

  9. Chapter 9: A vision of judgment on the city.
    "And the glory of the God of Israel had gone up from the cherub on which it rested to the threshold of the house. And he called to the man clothed in linen, who had the writing case at his waist."

  10. Chapter 10: A vision of God’s glory leaving the temple.
    "And the glory of the Lord went up from the cherub to the threshold of the house, and the house was filled with the cloud, and the court was filled with the brightness of the glory of the Lord."

  11. Chapter 11: God promises to gather and restore his people.
    "And I will give them one heart, and a new spirit I will put within them. I will remove the heart of stone from their flesh and give them a heart of flesh."

  12. Chapter 12: Ezekiel acts out the exile.
    "And you, son of man, prepare for yourself an exile’s baggage, and go into exile by day in their sight. You shall go like an exile from your place to another place in their sight."

  13. Chapter 13: Woe to the false prophets.
    "Because you have disheartened the righteous falsely, although I have not grieved him, and you have encouraged the wicked, that he should not turn from his evil way to save his life."

  14. Chapter 14: Judgment on idolaters.
    "For anyone of the house of Israel or of the strangers who sojourn in Israel who separates himself from me, taking his idols into his heart and putting the stumbling block of his iniquity before his face, and yet comes to a prophet to consult me through him, I the Lord will answer him myself."

  15. Chapter 15: Jerusalem is like a useless vine.
    "Therefore thus says the Lord God: Like the wood of the vine among the trees of the forest, which I have given to the fire for fuel, so have I given up the inhabitants of Jerusalem."

  16. Chapter 16: A metaphor of Israel as an adulterous wife.
    "But you trusted in your beauty and played the whore because of your renown and lavished your whorings on any passerby; your beauty became his."

  17. Chapter 17: A riddle about the Babylonian exile.
    "Thus says the Lord God: ‘It sprouted and became a sturdy vine, low to the ground; its branches turned toward him, and its roots remained where it stood. So it became a vine and produced branches and put out boughs.’"

  18. Chapter 18: Every person is responsible for their own sin.
    "The soul who sins shall die. The son shall not suffer for the iniquity of the father, nor the father suffer for the iniquity of the son. The righteousness of the righteous shall be upon himself, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon himself."

  19. Chapter 19: A lament for the princes of Israel.
    "And they put him in a cage with hooks and brought him to the king of Babylon; they brought him into custody, that his voice should no more be heard on the mountains of Israel."

  20. Chapter 20: A history of Israel’s rebellion.
    "But I said to them, ‘What is the high place to which you go?’ So its name is called Bamah to this day."

  21. Chapter 21: The sword of Babylon will come.
    "The sword is sharpened and polished to give it into the hand of the slayer."

  22. Chapter 22: A catalog of Jerusalem’s sins.
    "In you they take bribes to shed blood; you take interest and profit and make gain of your neighbors by extortion; but me you have forgotten, declares the Lord God."

  23. Chapter 23: A metaphor of Israel’s unfaithfulness.
    "Yet she increased her whoring, remembering the days of her youth, when she played the whore in the land of Egypt."

  24. Chapter 24: The boiling pot of Jerusalem.
    "For her blood is in her midst; she put it on the bare rock; she did not pour it out on the ground to cover it with dust."

  25. Chapter 25: Judgment on Ammon.
    "Thus says the Lord God: Because Moab and Seir said, ‘Behold, the house of Judah is like all the other nations.’"

  26. Chapter 26: Judgment on Tyre.
    "Thus says the Lord God to Tyre: Will not the coastlands shake at the sound of your fall, when the wounded groan, when slaughter is made in your midst?"

  27. Chapter 27: A lament for Tyre’s fall.
    "Your rowers have brought you out into the high seas. The east wind has wrecked you in the heart of the seas."

  28. Chapter 28: Judgment on the prince of Tyre.
    "You were blameless in your ways from the day you were created, till unrighteousness was found in you."

  29. Chapter 29: Judgment on Egypt.
    "Behold, I am against you and against your streams, and I will make the land of Egypt an utter waste and desolation, from Migdol to Syene, as far as the border of Cush."

  30. Chapter 30: A lament for Egypt’s fall.
    "I will put an end to the wealth of Egypt, by the hand of Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon."

  31. Chapter 31: A metaphor of Assyria’s fall.
    "Therefore thus says the Lord God: Behold, I will bring a sword upon you, and will cut off from you man and beast."

  32. Chapter 32: Lament for Egypt’s fall continues.
    "I will cover the heavens and darken their stars; I will cover the sun with a cloud, and the moon shall not give its light."

  33. Chapter 33: Ezekiel is a watchman for Israel.
    "So you, son of man, I have made a watchman for the house of Israel. Whenever you hear a word from my mouth, you shall give them warning from me."

  34. Chapter 34: God is the true shepherd of his people.
    "And I will set up over them one shepherd, my servant David, and he shall feed them: he shall feed them and be their shepherd."

  35. Chapter 35: Judgment on Edom.
    "Because you cherished perpetual enmity and gave over the people of Israel to the power of the sword at the time of their calamity, at the time of their final punishment."

  36. Chapter 36: Restoration of Israel promised.
    "I will sprinkle clean water on you, and you shall be clean from all your uncleannesses, and from all your idols I will cleanse you."

  37. Chapter 37: The vision of the valley of dry bones.
    "Then he said to me, ‘Prophesy over these bones, and say to them, O dry bones, hear the word of the Lord.’"

  38. Chapter 38: Gog and Magog will be defeated.
    "And I will execute judgment on him with plague and bloodshed. I will pour down torrents of rain, hailstones and burning sulfur on him and on his troops and on the many nations with him."

  39. Chapter 39: The defeat of Gog and Magog continues.
    "And they shall know that I am the Lord their God, because I sent them into exile among the nations and then assembled them into their own land. I will leave none of them remaining among the nations anymore."

  40. Chapter 40: The vision of the new temple.
    "Then he led me to the gate, the gate facing east. And behold, the glory of the God of Israel was coming from the east. And the sound of his coming was like the sound of many waters, and the earth shone with his glory."

  41. Chapter 41: The measurements of the new temple.
    "Its length was seventy cubits, and its breadth twenty-five cubits."

  42. Chapter 42: The chambers and priests’ quarters in the new temple.
    "And the chamber that faces north is for the priests who have charge of the altar. These are the sons of Zadok, who alone among the sons of Levi may come near to the Lord to minister to him."

  43. Chapter 43: God’s glory fills the new temple.
    "And behold, the glory of the God of Israel was coming from the east. And the sound of his coming was like the sound of many waters, and the earth shone with his glory."

  44. Chapter 44: The priests and Levites in the new temple.
    "But the Levitical priests, the sons of Zadok, who kept the charge of my sanctuary when the people of Israel went astray from me, shall come near to me to minister to me. And they shall stand before me to offer me the fat and the blood, declares the Lord God."

  45. Chapter 45: The allocation of land in the new temple.
    "The holy portion of the land shall be for the priests and the remainder shall be for the prince. It shall be the holy portion of the land. It shall be for the priests, who minister in the sanctuary and approach the Lord to minister to him, and it shall be a place for their houses and a holy place for the sanctuary."

  46. Chapter 46: The daily offerings and festivals in the new temple.
    "And on the day of the new moon he shall offer a bull from the herd without blemish, and six lambs and a ram, which shall be without blemish."

  47. Chapter 47: The river flowing from the temple.
    "And wherever the river goes, every living creature that swarms will live, and there will be very many fish. For this water goes there, that the waters of the sea may become fresh; so everything will live where the river goes."

  48. Chapter 48: The allotment of land in the restored Israel.
    "The whole portion that you shall set apart shall be 25,000 cubits square, that is, the holy portion together with the property of the city."

Now that you’ve experienced the power of Ezekiel in just one minute, we encourage you to read the entire book of Ezekiel. Let the messages of judgment and hope sink into your heart and remind you of the sovereignty, justice, and love of our God.

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