|Overview - Ezekiel 36|
|1||The land of Israel is comforted, both by destruction of the heathen, who spitefully used it,|
|8||and by the blessings of God promised unto it.|
|16||Israel was rejected for their sin,|
|21||and shall be restored without their desert.|
|25||The blessings of Christ's kingdom.|
Ezekiel 36:8 (King James Version)
But ye, O mountains of Israel, ye shall shoot forth your branches, and yield your fruit to my people of Israel; for they are at hand to come.
- ye shall
- 34:26-29 Psalms 67:6 ; 85:12 Isaiah 4:2 ; 27:6 30:23 Hosea 2:21-23
- Amos 9:13-15
- The Edomites, and other enemies of the Jews, who thought they would soon be in possession of the whole land of Judea, might be assured that the predicted seventy years of the captivity were wearing away, and the time would soon arrive when the Jews would repossess and cultivate their own land, and eat its fruits.
- at hand
- 12:25 Philippians 4:5 ; Hebrews 10:37 ; James 5:8 James 5:9