Ezekiel 29:2

Overview - Ezekiel 29
The judgment of Pharoh for his treachery to Israel.
The desolation of Egypt.
13 The restoration thereof after 40 years.
17 Egypt the reward of Nebuchadnezzar.
21 Israel shall be restored.
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Ezekiel 29:2  (King James Version)
Son of man, set thy face against Pharaoh king of Egypt, and prophesy against him, and against all Egypt:
 


set
6:2 20:46 21:2 25:2 Ezekiel 28:21 Ezekiel 28:22

Pharaoh
This was Pharaoh-hophra, or Apries, who, Herodotus informs us, agreeably to the character given him by the prophet, "proudly and wickedly boasted of having established his kingdom so securely, that it was not in the power of any God to dispossess him of it."
Jeremiah 44:30

against all
30:1-32:32 :32 Isaiah 18:1-19:17 ; 20:1-6 Jeremiah 9:25 Jeremiah 9:26 ; Jeremiah 25:18 Jeremiah 25:19
Jeremiah 43:8-13 ; 46:2-16 Joel 3:19 ; Zechariah 14:18 Zechariah 14:19
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