|Overview - Ezra 10|
|1||Ezra encouraged to reform the strange marriages.|
|6||Ezra assembles the people.|
|9||The people repent, and promise amendment.|
|15||The care to perform it.|
|18||The names of them which had married strange wives.|
Ezra 10:17 (King James Version)
And they made an end with all the men that had taken strange wives by the first day of the first month.
- M. 3548. B.C. 456. the first day.
- The cases brought before the council were either so many, or so complicated, that, though they separated themselves from other employments, yet they were three whole months in examining into their affairs, and making the necessary separations required by the law.