Ezekiel 36:29

29 I will save you from all your uncleanness, and I will summon the grain and make it grow abundantly so that you won't endure famine.

Ezekiel 36:29 Meaning and Commentary

Ezekiel 36:29

And I will also save you from all your uncleannesses
From all their filthy lusts of pride, envy, malice, covetousness, whoredom, blasphemy, and infidelity, to which the Jews are now addicted; but at this time shall be saved from the power and dominion of them by the sanctifying grace of the Spirit; and from the guilt and pollution of them by the blood of Christ sprinkled on them; and this, not from one, or some of them only, but from all of them; all Israel will be saved, and they will be saved from all their sins, ( Romans 11:25 Romans 11:26 ) : and I will call for the corn, and will increase it;
which shall answer to the call of God, as a servant to his master; and shall spring up out of the earth in great abundance; and which shall grow, and increase, and bring forth much fruit; and yield bread to the eater, and seed to the sower: and which is to be understood, not of corn in a literal sense only, but of corn in a spiritual sense; of all spiritual provisions, the word and ordinances, and especially the corn of wheat, Christ Jesus; who is the sum and substance of the Gospel and his ordinances, and is in them food for the faith of his people; see ( Zechariah 9:17 ) : and lay no famine upon you;
neither a famine of bread, or of water; nor of hearing the word of the Lord; but shall have plenty of provisions, both for soul and body; see ( Amos 8:11 ) .

Ezekiel 36:29 In-Context

27 and I will give you my spirit so that you may walk according to my regulations and carefully observe my case laws.
28 Then you will live in the land that I gave to your ancestors, you will be my people, and I will be your God.
29 I will save you from all your uncleanness, and I will summon the grain and make it grow abundantly so that you won't endure famine.
30 I will make abundant the orchards' fruit and the fields' produce so that you will never again endure the shame of famine among the nations.
31 Then you will remember your evil ways and no-good deeds, and you will feel disgust for yourselves because of your sinful and detestable practices.