Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Ezekiel 21|
| 1 ||Ezekiel prophesies against Jerusalem with a sign of sighing. |
| 8 ||The sharp and bright sword; |
|18 ||against Jerusalem; |
|25 ||against the kingdom; |
|28 ||and against the Ammonites. |
Ezekiel 21:21 (King James Version)
For the king of Babylon stood at the parting of the way, at the head of the two ways, to use divination: he made his arrows bright, he consulted with images, he looked in the liver.
- the king
- Proverbs 16:33 ; 21:1
- Hebrew mother. to use.
- Numbers 23:28 ; Deuteronomy 18:10 ; 1 Samuel 15:23 ; Proverbs 16:10 ; Acts 16:16
- he made
- Or, as the Vulgate, "he mingled his arrows:" "They wrote on several arrows," says Jerome, "the names of the cities they intended to assault; and then putting them altogether promiscuously in a quiver, they drew then out thence as lots are drawn; and that city whose name was written on the arrow first drawn, was the city they first made war on."
- or, knives. images. Hebrew teraphim.
- Genesis 31:19 Genesis 31:30 ; Judges 17:5 ; Judges 18:14 Judges 18:18 Judges 18:20 Judges 18:24 2 Kings 23:24 ; Hosea 3:4 ; 4:12
- Zechariah 10:2