Ezekiel 16:15

Overview - Ezekiel 16
Under the similitude of a wretched infant is shewn the natural state of Jerusalem.
God's extraordinary love towards her.
15 Her monstrous whoredom.
35 Her grievous judgment.
44 Her sin, equal to her mother, and exceeding her sisters, Sodom and Samaria, calls for judgments.
60 Mercy is promised her in the end.
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Ezekiel 16:15  (King James Version)
But thou didst trust in thine own beauty, and playedst the harlot because of thy renown, and pouredst out thy fornications on every one that passed by; his it was.
 


thou didst
33:13 Deuteronomy 32:15 ; Isaiah 48:1 ; Jeremiah 7:4 ; Micah 3:11 ; Zephaniah 3:11 ; Matthew 3:9

and playedst
20:8 Ezekiel 23:3 Ezekiel 23:8 Ezekiel 23:11 Ezekiel 23:12-21 Exodus 32:6-35 ; Numbers 25:1 Numbers 25:2 ; Judges 2:12 ; 3:6 10:6
1 Kings 11:5 ; 12:28 2 Kings 17:7 ; 21:3 Psalms 106:35 ; Isaiah 1:21 ; 57:8 Jeremiah 2:20
Jeremiah 3:1 ; 7:4 Hosea 1:2 ; 4:10 Revelation 17:5

because
Raised from the most abject state to dignity and splendour by Jehovah, Israel became proud of her numbers, riches, strength, and reputation, forgetting that it was "through his comeliness which he had put upon them;" and thus departing from God, made alliances with heathen nations, and worshipped their idols.

and pouredst
Ezekiel 16:25 Ezekiel 16:36 Ezekiel 16:37
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