Ezekiel, Comments on
Ezekiel lived through the destruction of Jerusalem by Babylonian armies, and prophesied against the disobedience of all the children of Israel-the ten and two tribes-as well as against those countries that ill-treated Israel.
But Ezekiel is unique in looking forward and prophesying, not just about the national restoration of Israel and other nations under God's blessing, but of looking at a Russian invasion-stopped by divine power alone-after the Millennium has begun, and at a temple built in size and grandeur like no other temple, occupied personally by the Lord Jesus, with a prince being His regent on earth. The last three things are mentioned nowhere else in the clarity mentioned here!
This short book covering one of the longer Bible books does not go into great detail, but covers the highlights of this often-neglected book of Ezekiel.
Leslie M. Grant lives in the Seattle, Washington (USA) area and has served the Lord in full time service for nearly 70 years. He has written a number of books available through Believers Bookshelf, Inc.
108 pages - Soft Cover - Author: Leslie M. Grant