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an Old Testament book containing Ezekiel's prophecies of the downfall of Jerusalem and Judah and their subsequent restoration

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94) Not only does this sovereign God act by "Himself" alone, but this God also at times acts for "Himself" alone: "Thus says the Lord God: It is not for your sake, O house of Israel, that I am about to act, but for the sake of my holy name" (Ezek 36:22; see also Exod 9:14-16, 14:4; Ps 115:1; Ezek 20:9, 14, 22).
64-68, ties it to the image of the restored Temple in Ezek 47:1-12, from which water gushes out to create a new garden throughout the world.
2) In accordance with this view, Radak (Kimhi) notes (on Ezek.
Now, admittedly, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is used in the LXX (compare, for example, Ezek.
But its basic meaning is related to the root g'h, whose verbal forms mean "to be or become high," as in Ezek.
After a survey of relevant literature, the prophetic texts which mention Edom are examined: Obadiah, Joel, Amos, Ezek.
Thompson wrote of the decline of Judah: "There may not have been the excesses of Manasseh's reign, but popular pagan practices were introduced again (7:16-18; 11:9-13; Ezek.
Josh 19:29; 2 Sam 5:11; 24:7; 1 Kgs 7:13; 9:11, 12; Isa 23:1, 5, 8, 15, 17; Jer 25:22; 27:3; 47:4; Ezek 26:2, 3, 4, 7; 27:2; 28:2; 29:18; Joel 4:4; Amos 1:9, 10; Zech 9:3; Ps 45:13; 1 Chr 14:1; 2 Chr 2:2, 10.
Rvidebb beptsi hosszt Ajnlatkro elfogad, de a nedves tengelyu szivattyknl ez esetben meg kell ajnlani a szksges passzdarabot is, s ezek rait a szivattyk rval egytt kell az ajnlattteli tblzatban feltntetni.
In Luke 9:51-61, following the Transfiguration, Jesus makes it clear that, like the prophets of old (Isa 50:7; Ezek 21:1-2), the Messiah-Prophet-Son of God will set his face to go to Jerusalem.
In that article, Driver suggested that apparent conflicts between Ezekiel 44:20 and certain Pentateuchal passages might be resolved if [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Ezek.
These phrases, which apparently allude to the representation of the Glory of Yahweh as a |likeness as the appearance of a man' in Ezek.
Greenberg, Ezekiel 1-20 (New York: Doubleday, 1997), 182 on Ezek 10:14.
line 2) 16tu-ub-lam; 89:26: I pa-su-ra-am sa a-ma-at u-ut, "one table (measuring) one and a half cubit"; line 52: the signs following the name Elali, ZA-X(x-)im, must be a nisbe or nickname; 105:10: izzaz ana, "belongs to"; 106:2: i-sep PN, not "for PN's transport"; 107: the text does not deal with "Hinterlegung zur Verwahrung," but with outstanding claims "left to" an agent or partner for collection; for this technical meaning of the verb ezabum (which results in babtum; note the use of Hebrew izzabon in Ezek.