86 – Prophecies Of Ezekiel – Chapter 1

Israel: Key to Understanding Bible Prophecy
See bio below.

Comments related to this series of posts on the Book of Ezekiel. Comments come from the Ryrie Study Bible.

Ezekiel was a Jewish priest who had been carried off to Babylon by King Nebuchadnezzar with other Jews from Jerusalem in the year 597 B.C. Ezekiel’s ministry to the exiles in Babylon was at the same time as that of Jeremiah to the Jews of Palestine, and of the early years of the ministry of Daniel.

The prophet Daniel had already been taken captive to Babylon in 605 B.C.

The posts that will be published in this study of Ezekiel will be prophetic, as opposed to being chapter by chapter, and verse by verse. A teaching video will also be included in each chapter study. The selected video may actually cover more scripture than that which is shown in the text breakdown which precedes the video.

Chapters 1-24: Prophesied judgments on the kingdom of Judah.

Chapters 25- 32: Prophesied judgments on the gentile nations.

Chapters 33- 48: Prophesied blessings on Israel.

Ezekiel #1: Age and Experience
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Life Essentials Videos
Published on Mar 8, 2016

When we are selecting those who are to lead and shepherd the church at the highest levels of leadership, we should consider chronological age.
Ezekiel. 1:1-3; p. 1074

Bio. Dr. Ron Rhodes
Ron Rhodes http://ronrhodes.org/meet-ron.html
Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary (1986). Major: Systematic Theology. Graduated with High Honors.
Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary (1983). Major: Systematic Theology. Graduated with Honors. Elected to Dean’s List.
B.A., Houston Baptist University (1979). Recipient of the Greek Excellence Award. Chief nominee for the Riverside Scholarship.

Bio. Dr. Gene A. Getz
https://www.moodypublishers.com/authors/g/gene-getz/

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