The temple or house of God being measured, the worship of God in it is
pointed out and observed in this and the following chapter; and which,
though evangelical, is expressed in the language of the Old Testament.
An account is given of the glory of the Lord returning to the house, and
the way he did, and his taking possession of it, which the prophet was
favoured with a view of, \\#Eze 43:1-5\\, a promise is made of his
continuance there, provided his people behaved as they should,
\\#Eze 43:6-9\\, an order is given to the prophet, to show them the form
and fashion, the laws, orders, and ordinances of the house to them, to
be observed by them, \\#Eze 43:10-12\\, then follows the measuring of
the altar of burnt offerings; which, though measured before in chapter
forty, the dimensions are here given, \\#Eze 43:13-17\\, and the
chapter is concluded with directions about the consecration of it,
\\#Eze 43:18-27\\.