Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - Ezekiel 32|
| 1 ||A lamentation for the fearful fall of Egypt. |
|11 ||The sword of Babylon shall destroy it. |
|17 ||It shall be brought down to hell, among all the uncircumcised nations. |
Ezekiel 32:5 (King James Version)
And I will lay thy flesh upon the mountains, and fill the valleys with thy height.
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- To represent the power, rapaciousness, and cruelty of Pharaoh, he had been compared to a fierce young lion, and also to an immense, overgrown sea-monster, or crocodile; and here it is predicted that God would cast a net over him, by which many companies of people should drag him out of his rivers, and cast him into the open field, mountains, valleys, etc., to be devoured by birds and beasts of prey; that is, his ruin would be complete, and attended with terrible miseries to the Egyptians, and afford a large booty to their enemies.