Ezekiel Lecture 37 – Water from the Temple

Ezekiel illustrates a life-giving river flowing from the Temple. Overall This description of a Temple encourages us to read more from Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy to understand Jewish worship to appreciate the description of the Temple and the Mass. This is the last episode of the Ezekiel study, thank you for listening.

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Ezekiel Lecture 36 – The Holy and the Common

God will place the Levites who presided over idolatry in the lesser roles of his temple, whereas the loyal sons of Zadok will minister directly to God. There will be strict separation between what is holy and what is common.

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Ezekiel Lecture 32 – The Mystic Temple

Ezekiel’s final chapters describe a vision of a Temple of God in great detail. It does not match Solomon’s Temple (not destroyed), the second Temple, or Herod’s renovation of the second Temple. Is this description of a physical temple to be realized, or something symbolic? The existence of a Temple is a primary concern for Jews both historical and contemporary.

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Ezekiel Lecture 29 – Gog

Ezekiel has a vision of a battle at the end times, where a horde of barbarian horsemen from many faraway nations seek to invade Israel. While striking one must be careful about speculating about specific political events through this vision.

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Ezekiel Lecture 28 – Valley of the Bones

God shows Ezekiel a vision of a valley of dry bones that symbolize Israel. He promises to raise up these bones and breathe new life into them, resurrecting the nation of Israel and foreshadowing the promise of everlasting life in Christianity.

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