The twenty-sixth book of the Old Testament.

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King James Bible
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Whole Bible
Book: Ezekiel
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Ezekiel was one of the priests; he was carried Captive to
Chaldea with Jehoiachin. All his prophecies appear to have been
delivered in that country, at some place north of Babylon. Their
chief object appears to have been to comfort his brethren in
Captivity. He is directed to warn of the dreadful calamities
coming upon Judea, particularly upon the false prophets, and the
neighbouring nations. Also to announce the future restoration of
Israel and Judah from their several dispersions, and their happy
state in their latter days, under the Messiah. Much of Christ
will be found in this Book, especially in the conclusion.

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