This chapter contains a prophecy of the Jews' return from captivity to
their own land; of the union of the each tribes with one another; and of
the glorious kingdom of Christ among them. Their restoration is
represented by a vision of dry bones made alive; the place in which they
were; the condition they were in; and the manner in which they were made
to live, are described, \\#Eze 37:1-10\\, the explication and application of
this vision to the Jews, \\#Eze 37:11-14\\, their union is signified by a
sign or emblem of two sticks, which became one in the hand of the prophet,
\\#Eze 37:15-17\\, the meaning of this is shown, \\#Eze 37:18-20\\, then
follow promises of their return to their own land, in express words; of
their being one kingdom, under one King, Christ, the antitype of David,
of their sanctification; of their covenant interest in God, made
manifest to them; and of his presence, and dwelling among them,
\\#Eze 37:21-28\\.