This chapter treats of the shutting of the eastern gate of the inner
court on working days, and opening it on sabbaths and new moons, for the
prince and people to worship in, \\#Eze 46:1-3\\, gives a further account of
the sacrifices of both at these seasons, and of their different ways of
going in and out, \\#Eze 46:4-15\\, delivers some rules about the prince's
disposing of his gifts to his sons and servants, \\#Eze 46:16-18\\ and
describes the places for the priest's baking and boiling the sacrifices,
\\#Eze 46:19-24\\.