|Overview - Ezekiel 33|
|1||According to the duty of a watchman in warning the people,|
|7||Ezekiel is admonished of his duty.|
|10||God shews the justice of his ways towards the penitent and towards revolters.|
|17||He maintains his justice.|
|21||Upon the news of the taking of Jerusalem he prophecies the desolation of the land.|
|30||God's judgment upon the mockers of the prophets.|
Ezekiel 33:10 (King James Version)
Therefore, O thou son of man, speak unto the house of Israel; Thus ye speak, saying, If our transgressions and our sins be upon us, and we pine away in them, how should we then live?
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- The impenitent Jews seem to have charged the prophet's messages with inconsistency: for whilst he warned them to repent, and assured the penitent of forgiveness, he also predicted that the people "would pine away in their transgressions." The prediction, however, merely implied that God foresaw that the people in general would be impenitent, though some individuals would repent and be pardoned.
- 24:23 Leviticus 26:39
- 37:11 Psalms 130:7 ; Isaiah 49:14 ; 51:20 Jeremiah 2:25