Outline of the Book of Ezekiel

Here are our bite-sized pieces of the Book of Ezekiel:

 


 

Note: This page is a work in progress

 


 

EZEKIEL’S MINISTRY AS A PROPHET BEGINS

 

Ezekiel 1:1-3. Ezekiel’s visions begin

Ezekiel 1:4-14. Four living creatures

Ezekiel 1:14-21. Four wheels

Ezekiel 1:22-25. The expanse

Ezekiel 1:26-28. The throne of the LORD God

Ezekiel 2:1-7. Ezekiel is called to be a prophet

Ezekiel 2:8-10. Ezekiel is given his message

Ezekiel 3:1-3. Ezekiel consumes God’s words

Ezekiel 3:4-11. Ezekiel’s mission is to speak those words

Ezekiel 3:12-16. Ezekiel is teleported to Tel Aviv

Ezekiel 3:17-21. Ezekiel becomes their watchman

Ezekiel 3:22-27. Ezekiel’s public ministry begins

 

EZEKIEL PROPHECIES AGAINST JUDAH AND JERUSALEM

 

Ezekiel 4:1-3. Ezekiel draws a sketch of Jerusalem

Ezekiel 4:4-8. Ezekiel lays on his side

Ezekiel 4:9-17. Ezekiel cooks his food over a fire of human dung

Ezekiel 5:1-17. Ezekiel shaves his hair and divides it

Ezekiel 6:1-14. The destruction of the Israel was caused by her own idolatry

Ezekiel 7:1-27. Their end is near

Ezekiel 8:1-18. Wickedness in the temple

Ezekiel 9:1-11. An angel marks the forehead of the righteous people in Jerusalem

Ezekiel 10:1-22. The glory of the LORD God begins to depart

Ezekiel 11:1-13. The extent of the sins of the leaders of Jerusalem

Ezekiel 11:14-21. The exiles will be restored

Ezekiel 11:22-25. The glory of the LORD God departs

 

The futility of false optimism

 

Ezekiel 12:1-4. The sign of baggage

Ezekiel 12:5-16. The sign of a hole in the wall

Ezekiel 12:17-20. The sign of trembling while eating and drinking

Ezekiel 12:21-25. Judgment is certain (part 1)

Ezekiel 12:26-28. Judgment is certain (part 2)

Ezekiel 13:1-23. Judgment is certain (part 3)

Ezekiel 14:1-11. Judgment is certain (part 4)

Ezekiel 14:12-23. Judgment is certain (part 5)

Ezekiel 15:1-8. Parable of the tangled vine

Ezekiel 16:1-63. Parable of the cheating spouse

Ezekiel 17:1-24. A parable about two eagles

Ezekiel 18:1-32. Accept personal responsibility

Ezekiel 19:1-14. A funeral dirge for three terrible kings

 

The history of Judah’s corruption

Ezekiel 20:1-31. Israel’s long history of rebelling against the LORD God

Ezekiel 20:32-49. The LORD God will regather them in the future

Ezekiel 21:1-7. The sword will drawn

Ezekiel 21:8-17. The sword will be sharpened

Ezekiel 21:18-27. The sword will be directed toward Jerusalem

Ezekiel 21:28-32. The sword will be directed toward Ammon

Ezekiel 22:1-16. The cause of judgment

Ezekiel 22:17-22. The means of judgment

Ezekiel 22:23-31. The recipients of judgment

Ezekiel 23:1-49. The parable of two adulterous sisters

Ezekiel 24:1-14. The parable of the boiling pot

Ezekiel 24:15-27. Ezekiel’s wife dies

 

EZEKIEL PROPHECIES AGAINST GENTILE NATIONS

 

Ezekiel 25:1-7. Judgment of Ammon

Ezekiel 25:8-11. Judgment of Moab

Ezekiel 25:12-14. Judgment of Edom

Ezekiel 25:15-17. Judgment of Philistia

Ezekiel 26:1-21. Ezekiel prophecies the destruction of Tyre

Ezekiel 27:1-36. Ezekiel’s funeral dirge over the city of Tyre

Ezekiel 28:1-19. The downfall of the prince of Tyre

Ezekiel 28:20-26. Judgment on Sidon

Ezekiel 29:1-21. Against pharaoh Apriès of Egypt

Ezekiel 30:1-19. Egypt will be destroyed

Ezekiel 30:20-26. Egypt will be scattered

Ezekiel 31:1-9. An allegory of mighty Assyria as a cedar tree

Ezekiel 31:10-14. Ezekiel foresees the fall of Assyria

Ezekiel 31:15-18. Ezekiel foresees Assyria descend into the grave

 

NEW LIFE FOR ISRAEL

 

Watchman Ezekiel reappointed

Chapters 33

 

The present false shepherds contrasted with the future true shepherd

Chapters 34

 

The enemy (Edom) destroyed

Chapters 35

 

The people blessed

Chapters 36

 

The nation restored

Chapters 37

 

The attack by Gog repulsed

Chapters 38 to 39

 

NEW ORDER FOR ISRAEL

 

A new temple

Chapters 40 to 43.

 

A new service of worship

Chapters 44 to 46

 

A new land

Chapters 47-48

 


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