Ezekiel 21:6

6 “Therefore groan, son of man! Groan before them with broken heart and bitter grief.

Read Ezekiel 21:6 Using Other Translations

Sigh therefore, thou son of man, with the breaking of thy loins; and with bitterness sigh before their eyes.
"As for you, son of man, groan; with breaking heart and bitter grief, groan before their eyes.
“Son of man, groan before the people! Groan before them with bitter anguish and a broken heart.

What does Ezekiel 21:6 mean?

John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
Ezekiel 21:6

Sigh, therefore, thou son of man, with the breaking of thy
loins
As if thy loins were broke, and go as if they were, and sigh as thou goest; or as a woman in travail, having her hands upon her loins as ready to break, and in the utmost distress; or heave, and groan, and sigh, till the girdle of the loins is broke, and by these motions and gesture show the miserable state of this people, and how much thou art affected with it: and with bitterness sigh before their eyes;
in the sight and hearing of the captives at Babylon; who would take care, by some means or other, to inform their brethren at Jerusalem of it, how the prophet sighed and groaned, under an apprehension and assurance of a dreadful calamity coming upon them; using along with his sobs and sighs, and brinish tears, doleful words and bitter lamentations.

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