Ezekiel 36:24

24 I will take you from the nations, I will gather you from all the countries, and I will bring you to your own fertile land.

Ezekiel 36:24 Meaning and Commentary

Ezekiel 36:24

For I will take you from among the Heathen
The Chaldeans and other nations, among whom they were carried captive; and the Papists, among whom many of them now are, often called Heathens and Gentiles in Scripture: this will be fully completed at the time of the Jews' conversion in the latter day: the phrase fitly expresses the act of divine grace, in taking his people from among the world by the effectual calling: and gather you out of all countries;
to himself, and to his Son, and to his church, and to some certain place from whence they will go up in a body to their own land, as follows: see ( Hosea 1:11 ) : and will bring you into your own land;
into the land of Canaan literally understood, as well as into the church of God here, and into the heavenly country hereafter, of which Canaan was a type.

Ezekiel 36:24 In-Context

22 Therefore, say to the house of Israel, The LORD God proclaims: House of Israel, I'm not acting for your sake but for the sake of my holy name, which you degraded among the nations where you have gone.
23 I will make my great name holy, which was degraded among the nations when you dishonored it among them. Then the nations will know that I am the LORD. This is what the LORD God says. When I make myself holy among you in their sight,
24 I will take you from the nations, I will gather you from all the countries, and I will bring you to your own fertile land.
25 I will sprinkle clean water on you, and you will be cleansed of all your pollution. I will cleanse you of all your idols.
26 I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit in you. I will remove your stony heart from your body and replace it with a living one,