Ezekiel chapter 1
1:1-3. The time of Ezekiel's prophecy at Chebar.
1:4-14. His vision of four cherubims;
1:15-25. of the four wheels;
1:26-28. and of the glory of God.
Ezekiel chapter 2
2:1-5. Ezekiel's commission.
2:6-8. His instruction.
2:9-10. The roll of his heavy prophecy.
Ezekiel chapter 3
3:1-3. Ezekiel eats the roll.
3:4-14. God encourages him.
3:15-21. God shews him the rule of prophecy.
3:22-27. God shuts and opens the prophet's mouth.
Ezekiel chapter 4
4:1-8. Under the type of a siege is shewn the time from the defection of Jeroboam to the captivity.
4:9-17. By the provision of the siege, is shewn the hardness of the famine.
Ezekiel chapter 5
5:1-4. Under the type of hair,
5:5-11. is shewn the judgment of Jerusalem for their rebellion;
5:12-17. by famine, sword, and dispersion.
Ezekiel chapter 6
6:1-7. The judgment of Israel for their idolatry.
6:8-10. A remnant shall be blessed.
6:11-14. The faithful are exhorted to lament their abominations and calamities.
Ezekiel chapter 7
7:1-15. The final desolation of Israel.
7:16-19. The mournful repentance of them that escape.
7:20-22. The enemies defile the sanctuary because of the Israelites' abominations.
7:23-27. Under the type of a chain is shewn the miserable captivity of all orders of men.
Ezekiel chapter 8
8:1-4. Ezekiel, in a vision of God at Jerusalem,
8:5-6. is shewn the image of jealousy;
8:7-12. the chambers of imagery;
8:13-15. the mourners for Tammuz;
8:16. the worshippers toward the sun.
8:17-18. God's wrath for their idolatry.
Ezekiel chapter 9
9:1-4. A vision, whereby is shewn the preservation of some;
9:5-7. and the destruction of the rest.
9:8-11. God cannot be intreated for them.
Ezekiel chapter 10
10:1-7. The vision of the coals of fire, to be scattered over the city.
10:8-22. The vision of the cherubims.
Ezekiel chapter 11
11:1-3. The presumption of the princes.
11:4-12. Their sin and judgment.
11:13-20. Ezekiel complaining, God shews him his purpose in saving a remnant;
11:21. and punishing the wicked.
11:22-23. The glory of God leaves the city.
11:24-25. Ezekiel is returned to the captivity.
Ezekiel chapter 12
12:1-7. Under the type of Ezekiels's removing,
12:8-16. is shewn the captivity of Zedekiah.
12:17-20. Ezekiel's trembling shews the Jews' desolation.
12:21-25. The Jews' presumptuous proverb is reproved.
12:26-28. The speediness of the vision.
Ezekiel chapter 13
13:1-9. The reproof of lying prophets,
13:10-16. and their untempered morter.
13:17-23. Of prophetesses and their pillows.
Ezekiel chapter 14
14:1-5. God answers idolaters according to their own heart.
14:6-11. They are exhorted to repent, for fear of judgments, by means of seduced prophets.
14:12-14. God's irrevocable sentence of famine;
14:15-16. of noisome beasts;
14:17-18. of the sword;
14:19-21. and of pestilence.
14:22-23. A remnant shall be reserved for example of others.
Ezekiel chapter 15
15:1-5. By the unfitness of the vine branch for any work,
15:6-8. is shewn the rejection of Jerusalem.
Ezekiel chapter 16
16:1-5. Under the similitude of a wretched infant is shewn the natural state of Jerusalem.
16:6-14. God's extraordinary love towards her.
16:15-34. Her monstrous whoredom.
16:35-43. Her grievous judgment.
16:44-59. Her sin, equal to her mother, and exceeding her sisters, Sodom and Samaria, calls for judgments.
16:60-63. Mercy is promised her in the end.
Ezekiel chapter 17
17:1-10. Under the parable of two eagles and a vine,
17:11-21. is shewn God's judgment upon Jerusalem for revolting from Babylon to Egypt.
17:22-24. God promises to plant the cedar of the Gospel.
Ezekiel chapter 18
18:1-30. God defends his justice;
18:31-32. and exhorts to repentance.
Ezekiel chapter 19
19:1-9. A lamentation for the princes of Israel, under the parable of lion's whelps taken in a pit;
19:10-14. and for Jerusalem, under the parable of a wasted vine.
Ezekiel chapter 20
20:1-3. God refuses to be consulted by the elders of Israel.
20:4-9. He shews the story of their rebellions in Egypt,
20:10-26. in the wilderness,
20:27-32. and in the land.
20:33-44. He promises to gather them by the Gospel.
20:45-49. Under the name of a forest he shews the destruction of Jerusalem.
Ezekiel chapter 21
21:1-7. Ezekiel prophesies against Jerusalem with a sign of sighing.
21:8-17. The sharp and bright sword;
21:18-24. against Jerusalem;
21:25-27. against the kingdom;
21:28-32. and against the Ammonites.
Ezekiel chapter 22
22:1-16. A catalogue of sins in Jerusalem, and the dispersion of the Jews in consequence.
22:17-22. God will burn them as dross in his furnace.
22:23-31. The general corruption of prophets, priests, princes, and people.
Ezekiel chapter 23
23:1-22. The whoredoms of Aholah and Aholibah.
23:23-35. Aholibah is to be plagued by her lovers.
23:36-44. The prophet reproves the adulteries of them both;
23:45-49. and shews their judgments.
Ezekiel chapter 24
24:1-5. Under the parable of a boiling pot,
24:6-14. is shewn the irrevocable destruction of Jerusalem.
24:15-18. By the sign of Ezekiel not mourning for the death of his wife,
24:19-27. is shewn the calamity of the Jews to be beyond all sorrow.
Ezekiel chapter 25
25:1-7. God's vengeance, for their insolency against the Jews, upon the Ammonites;
25:8-11. upon Moab and Seir;
25:12-14. upon Edom;
25:15-17. and upon the Philistines.
Ezekiel chapter 26
26:1-6. Tyrus, for insulting against Jerusalem, is threatened with destruction.
26:7-14. The power of Nebuchadnezzar against her.
26:15-21. The mourning and astonishment of the sea at her fall.
Ezekiel chapter 27
27:1-25. The riches and commerce of Tyrus.
27:26-36. The great and irrecoverable fall thereof.
Ezekiel chapter 28
28:1-10. God's judgment upon the prince of Tyrus for his sacrilegious pride.
28:11-19. A lamentation of his great glory corrupted by sin.
28:20-23. The judgment of Zidon.
28:24-26. The restoration of Israel.
Ezekiel chapter 29
29:1-7. The judgment of Pharoh for his treachery to Israel.
29:8-12. The desolation of Egypt.
29:13-16. The restoration thereof after 40 years.
29:17-20. Egypt the reward of Nebuchadnezzar.
29:21. Israel shall be restored.
Ezekiel chapter 30
30:1-19. The desolation of Egypt and her helpers.
30:20-26. The arm of Babylon shall be strengthened to break the arm of Egypt.
Ezekiel chapter 31
31:1-2. A relation unto Pharaoh,
31:3-9. of the glory of Assyria,
31:10-17. and the fall thereof for pride.
31:18. The like destruction of Egypt.
Ezekiel chapter 32
32:1-10. A lamentation for the fearful fall of Egypt.
32:11-16. The sword of Babylon shall destroy it.
32:17-32. It shall be brought down to hell, among all the uncircumcised nations.
Ezekiel chapter 33
33:1-6. According to the duty of a watchman in warning the people,
33:7-9. Ezekiel is admonished of his duty.
33:10-16. God shews the justice of his ways towards the penitent and towards revolters.
33:17-20. He maintains his justice.
33:21-29. Upon the news of the taking of Jerusalem he prophecies the desolation of the land.
33:30-33. God's judgment upon the mockers of the prophets.
Ezekiel chapter 34
34:1-6. A reproof of the shepherds.
34:7-10. God's judgment against them.
34:11-19. His providence over his flock.
34:20-31. The kingdom of Christ.
Ezekiel chapter 35
35:1-15. The judgment of mount Seir for their hatred of Israel, and insulting over their distress.
Ezekiel chapter 36
36:1-7. The land of Israel is comforted, both by destruction of the heathen, who spitefully used it,
36:8-15. and by the blessings of God promised unto it.
36:16-20. Israel was rejected for their sin,
36:21-24. and shall be restored without their desert.
36:25-38. The blessings of Christ's kingdom.
Ezekiel chapter 37
37:1-10. By the resurrection of dry bones,
37:11-14. the dead hope of Israel is revived.
37:15-17. By the uniting of two sticks,
37:18-20. is shewn the incorporation of Israel into Judah.
37:21-28. The promises of Christ's kingdom.
Ezekiel chapter 38
38:1-7. The army,
38:8-13. and malice of Gog.
38:14-23. God's judgment against him.
Ezekiel chapter 39
39:1-7. God's judgment upon Gog.
39:8-10. Israel's victory.
39:11-16. Gog's burial in Hamon-gog.
39:17-20. The feast of the fowls.
39:21-24. Israel having been plagued for their sins,
39:25-29. shall be gathered again with eternal favour.
Ezekiel chapter 40
40:1-5. The time, manner, and end of the vision of the city and temple.
40:6-19. The description of the east gate of the outer court;
40:20-23. of the north gate;
40:24-26. of the south gate;
40:27-31. of the south gate of the inner court;
40:32-34. of the east gate;
40:35-38. and of the north gate.
40:39-43. Eight tables.
40:44-47. The chambers.
40:48-49. The porch of the house.
Ezekiel chapter 41
41:1-26. The measures, parts, chambers, and ornaments of the temple.
Ezekiel chapter 42
42:1-12. The chambers for the priests.
42:13-14. The use thereof.
42:15-20. The measures of the outward court.
Ezekiel chapter 43
43:1-6. The returning of the glory of God into the temple.
43:7-9. The sin of Israel hindered God's presence.
43:10-12. The prophet exhorts them to repentance, and observation of the law of the house.
43:13-17. The measures,
43:18-27. and the ordinances of the altar.
Ezekiel chapter 44
44:1-3. The east gate assigned only to the prince.
44:4-8. The priests reproved for polluting the sanctuary.
44:9-14. Idolaters incapable of the priests office.
44:15-16. The sons of Zadok are accepted thereto.
44:17-31. Ordinances for the priests.
Ezekiel chapter 45
45:1-5. The portion of land for the sanctuary;
45:6. for the city;
45:7-8. and for the prince.
45:9-25. Ordinances for the prince.
Ezekiel chapter 46
46:1-8. Ordinances for the prince in his worship;
46:9-15. and for the people.
46:16-18. An order for the prince's inheritance.
46:19-24. The courts for boiling and baking.
Ezekiel chapter 47
47:1-5. The vision of the holy waters.
47:6-12. The virtue of them.
47:13-21. The borders of the land.
47:22-23. The division of it by lot.
Ezekiel chapter 48
48:1-7. The portions of the twelve tribes;
48:8-14. of the sanctuary;
48:15-20. of the city and suburbs;
48:21-22. and of the prince.
48:23-29. The portions of the twelve tribes.
48:30-35. The dimensions and gates of the city.