|Overview - Ezekiel 16|
|1||Under the similitude of a wretched infant is shewn the natural state of Jerusalem.|
|6||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.|
Ezekiel 16:18 (King James Version)
And tookest thy broidered garments, and coveredst them: and thou hast set mine oil and mine incense before them.
- This seems to intimate that the Israelites not only spent their own wealth and abundance in building and decorating idol temples, and in maintaining their worship, but that they made use of the holy vestments, and the various kinds of offerings which belonged to Jehovah, in order to honour and serve the idols of the heathen.
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