Ezekiel 16:27

Overview - Ezekiel 16
Under the similitude of a wretched infant is shewn the natural state of Jerusalem.
God's extraordinary love towards her.
15 Her monstrous whoredom.
35 Her grievous judgment.
44 Her sin, equal to her mother, and exceeding her sisters, Sodom and Samaria, calls for judgments.
60 Mercy is promised her in the end.
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Ezekiel 16:27  (King James Version)
Behold, therefore I have stretched out my hand over thee, and have diminished thine ordinary food, and delivered thee unto the will of them that hate thee, the daughters of the Philistines, which are ashamed of thy lewd way.

I have
14:9 Isaiah 5:25 ; Isaiah 9:12 Isaiah 9:17

and have
Deuteronomy 28:48-57 ; Isaiah 3:1 ; Hosea 2:9-12

{Chukkach,} "thy portion;" the household provision of a wife--food, clothes, and money.

The Jews, under Manasseh, and the succeeding kings of Judah, made the temple itself the scene of their open and abominable idolatries, in addition to all their idol temples! which appears to be meant by "the eminent place," and "highplaces in every street," ver
24. Allured by the prosperity of the Egyptians, they also connected themselves with them, and joined in their multiplied and abominable idolatries. And when Jehovah punished them by wars and famines, and by the Philistines, whose daughters are represented as ashamed of their enormous idolatries, instead of being amended, they formed alliances with the Assyrians, and worshipped their gods: and they even followed every idol which was worshipped between Canaan and Chaldea.
37 ; Ezekiel 23:22 Ezekiel 23:25 Ezekiel 23:28 Ezekiel 23:29 Ezekiel 23:46 Ezekiel 23:47 Psalms 106:41 ; Jeremiah 34:21 ; Revelation 17:16

or, cities.
2 Kings 24:2 ; 2 Chronicles 28:18 2 Chronicles 28:19 ; Isaiah 9:12

Ezekiel 16:47 Ezekiel 16:57 ; Ezekiel 5:6 Ezekiel 5:7