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Ezekiels Viften.

Esekiel

2

I. 17.

g Acts 9.4.

CHAP. II.

4. I.

Nd

His commifione z Pfal. they four had the face of an ox on off likeness of the glory off LORD: Dan. 103.20. the left fide: they four alfo had de & when I faw it, flfell upon my face. 9. 17. a fal. face of an a eagle. & Ig heard a voice of one that fpake. Rev. 18. 10. 11 Thus were their faces: and their b Zech. wings were ftretched upward, two 4.6. wingsof every one were joyned one to Matth. another, and two covered their bodies. Ezekiels commiffion.6 His inftruation. one unto me, son 42 Cor. Matt. forward:whitherthe b fpirit was to go, b ftand upon thy feet, and I will 12.7. 28. 24. they went: and they turned not when fpeak unto thee. I Cor. dv. 12, they went. 2 Andthe fpirit centred into me. 15. 10. John 13 As for the likeness of the 11- d when he spake unto me, and e fet Eph. 15.5. ving creatures, their appearance was me upon my feet, that I heard him 6.14. e Dan. like e burning coals of fire, like the that fpake unto me. ic Acts 9.21. appearance of lamps:d it went up and And hefaid unto me, Son of m. n, 6.3. e, Son of f Matt. down among the living creatures, and fifend thee to the children of Ifracl,d Alts 18. 10. the fire was bright, and out of the fire to a rebellious nation, that hath re- 10. 44. Zech. went forch lightning. belled against me; they and g their fa-e John 6.8. 14 And the living creatures e ran, thers have tranfgreffed againft me. 15.5. Ezek. and f returned as the appearance of a even unto this very day. f Matt. 10. 13. flash of lightning. 4 For they are impulent children 9.38. John 15 Now as 1 beheld the living and ftiff-hearted:1 do fend thee unto Heb. 16.33 creatures, behold, gone wheel upon them, and thou fhalt fay unto them, Goiim. Jam. the hearth by the living creatures, Thus faith the LORD God. GenI. 17. 5 And they, whether they will hear, tiles. * Amos 16 The appearance i of the wheels, or whether they will forbear (for they Rev. 3.6. and their work was like unto the are a rebellious houfe) yet k fhall 2.9. colour of a beryl and they four had know that there hath been a prophet g Ezek. one likeness, and their appearance among them. 20.18. Rom. and their work was as it were a wheel 6 And theu fon of man, I be not af- b Acts II. 33. In the middle of a wheel. raid of them, neither be afraid of their 7.51. 12Chr. 17 When they went, they went up. words, though briers and thorns be? Ezek. 16.9. on their four fides: and they retur- with thee, and thou doft dwell among 3.11. milai. ned not when they went. fcorpions be not afraid of their words, k2Cor. 65. 11. 18 As for their rings, they were fo nor be difmayed at their looks,though 2. 16. Ezra k high that they were dreadful, and they be a rebellious houfe.

with his four faces.

Hof.

2.21.

Z Hebr. 1. 5. their rings were full of eyes round 7And thou shaltfpeaks my words un- 11.27. and about them four. to them, whether they will hear,or whe- m Acts 4.24. 19 And when the living creatures ther they will forbear, for they are 13.45. 01 Cor. went, the wheels went m by them:ando moft rebellious. " Matt. 12.6. when the living creatures were lift up 8 But thou, fon of man, hear what I 28. 29. Ephef. from the earth, wheels were lift up. fay unto thee,Be not thou rebellious, Jer. 30 Whitherfoever the fpirit was to like that rebellious houfe: open thy 44. 15. ICor. go, they went, thither was their fpirit mouth, and eat that I give thee. Rev. 3.5. to go, and the wheels were lifted up, 9 And when I looked, behold, an 10. S. Rom. over against them:for the fpirit of the hand was fent unto me, and lo,a roll q 2 Cor. 8. 2. living creature o was in the wheels. of a book was therein. Phil. 3.2.

7. 11.

1.20.

2.14. 21 When thofe went, thele went; and 10 And q he fpread it before me,and Acts when thofe ftood, the fe ftood; and le was written within and without, 8.30. Ephef. when thofe were lifted up from the & there was written therein, r lamen-r liai. earth, the wheels wert lifted up over cations, and mourning, and wo. Ti. against them: for p the spirit of the 6.16. living creature was in the wheels. Hebr. 4.15. Ifai.

3.11.

CHAP. III.
Ezechiel eateth the roll of prophefie.

eat thou a eat

21 And the likeness of the a firma. Moreover, he said unto me, Son of ment upon the heads the living 42 TI. creature was as the colour of the b roll, and go fpeak unto the house of 3.16. terrible cryftal, ftretched forth Ifrael. Luke over their heads above..

Op 2. Pfalm 89.7.

So I c opened my mouth, and he.5.5. 23 And under the firmament were d caufed me to eat that roll. b Ezek. Rev. their wings ftraight,the one toward the 3 And he faid unto me,Son of man, 2. 10. 7.15. other every one had two, covered caufe e thy belly to eat, and fill thy c2 11. Pfalm on this fide, and every one had two, bowels with this roll that I give thee. 1.6... 46.3. which covered on fide their bodies. Then did I eat it, and it was in my decor. Pfal. 24 And when they went, I heard the month bas honey for fweernefs. 3.5. nolfe of their wings, like the noife of 4 And he faid unto me,Son of man, e 1 Ti 7 great waters, as the voice of the go, get thee unto the houfe of Ifrael, 4.15 Almighty; the voice of fpeech as and fpeak with my words unto them. Col. Rev. the noife of an hoft when they. For thou art nor fent to a people 3.16.

1.10.

2 Pet.

ftood, they let down theirwings. of ia ftrange fpeech and of an hard & Heb. 25 And there was x avoice from language, but to the houfe of Ifrael.4.2. 1. 17. the firmament, that was over their 6 Not to many people of a ftrange John 2Cor. heads, when they y ftood, and had fpeech, and of an hard language, 6.45. 3.5. let down their wings. whole words thou canft, not under- h Rev. Mat. 16 And above the firmament that ftand: furely, had I fent thee to them, 10.9. 25.31. as over their heads was the likeness k. they would have hearkned unto Pfalm of a throne,as appearance of a fa- thee.

Rev. 3.21.

19.10.

phire-ftone, and upon the likeneis of 7 But the houfe of Ifrael will not Ifal. Ifai. the throne was the likeness as the ap- hearken unto thee: for they will nor 33.19. 9.6. pearance of a man above a upon it. hearken unto me: for all the houfe of Matt. Pfalm 27 And I faw as the colour of amber, Ifrael are m impudent and hard- 11.21. 50.3. as appearance of b fire round about hearred. AK Jer. Matt. within fe: from the appearance of his 8 Behold, I have made thy face 44.16. loinseven upward and from the ap- ftrong against their faces,& thy fore- m Ifai. dev. pearance of his loins even downward, head ftrong against their foreheads. 3.9. faw as it were the appearance of fire, 9 As an adamant o harder than fint Rom. 4.3. Palm and it had e brightnets round about. have 1 made thy forehead: fear them S. 31. 28 As the appearance of the bowe sot,neither be difmaved at their looks, o Luke and that is in cloud in the day of e rain, though they be a rebellious houfe. 21. 15. 37.13. fo was the appearance of brightness 10 Moreover, he faid unto me, Son A&s soundabout. Thisww the appearance of man, all my words that I fhall 20.27

21. G.

Speak

29.3. Mich. 6.9.

The famin foreshewed.

Ezekiels mouth shut and opened. Chap. iv,v.
Pfal. (peak unto thee, receive in a thine
119. 11.heart, and hear with thine ears.
Exod. 11 And go,get thee to them of the

CHAP. IV.
The type of the fiege.

Hou take a a

tile, & lay it before thee;& b pour. 4 Co

32. 7. captivity unto thy people, & fpeak JEzek.unco them, and tell them, Thus faith tray upon it city, even c Jerufalem. Josh. 2.5. the LORD God, whether they will 2 And dlay fiege again!t it,and build a 6.4. f Acts hear or whether they will forbear. fort against it,& caft a mount against b Jer. 8.39. 1 Then the t fpirit took me up, and it:fer the camp alfo against it and fet 13.1. Lai. I heard behind me a voice of a great battering rams again ft it round about. 'faim. 6.3. rufhing faying, Bleffed be the glory 3 Moreover, take thou unto thee an 127.2. iKin.of the LORD from x his place. iron pan, and fet it for a wall of iron d Kin 8. 13. 13 I heard alfo the noife of the between thee and the city and fet thy 25. 1. 2 Sa. wings of the living creatures that face againft it, and it fhall be befieged, Lev. 5. 24. touched one another,and the noife of and thou fhalt lay fiege against it: this 17. 10. Gal. the wheels over against them, and ball be fa fign to the house of Ifrael. Chr. 4.17. a noife of a y great rufhing. 4 Lie chou alfo upon thy g left fide, 36.15. @Exod. 14 So the fpirit lifted me up, and and blay the iiquity of the houfe of Gen. 3.11. took me away, and I wentz in bitter- Ifrael upon ir: according to the num-15. Ifai. nefs, a in the heat of my spirit, but ber of the days that thou halelle up- 13, 16. 8. 11. the hand of the LORD was ftrong on it, thou shalt bear their iniquity. Luke c Pfalm upon me. 5 For I have laid upon thee the 19. 137. 15 Then I came to them of the years of their iniquity according to 42, 44.. 1,2. captivity at Tel-abib, that dwelt by the number of the days, three hund-gezek. Pfal. the river of Cliebar,and I fat where red and ninery days:fo halt thou bear 16. 16. 25. they fat,& remained there d aftonifh the iniquity of the houfe of Ifrael. b Pfal. 16, 17. ed among thin e feven days. 6 And when thou haft accomplished 6. 27. • Jam. 16 And it came to pass fat the end them, lie again on i thy right fide, 2 King 119 offeven days, that the word of the and thou shalt bear the iniquity of the 18. f Prov. LORD came unto me,faying, houfe of Judah k forty days: I have, 10. 19.21.17 Son of man, hI have made thee appointed thee each day for a year. from Jer. a watchman unto houfe of Ifrael: 7 Therefore thou shalt fet thy face Rebo 23-30. therefore hear f word k at my mouth, toward the fiege at Jerufalem, and boam biCor.and give them 7 warning m from me. thine arm shall be uncovered, and to the 12. 28. 18 When I fay unto the wicked, thou fhalt prophefie against it. deftTMfifal. Thou fhalt furely die, and thou givet SAnd behold, I will lay m bands up- Eti n 21. 11. him not warning, nor fpeakeft to on thee, and thou shalt not turn thee offe k. Matt. warn the wicked from his wicked way from one fide to another till thou. 17.5 to fave his life;the fame wicked man haft ended the days of thy fiege. lein 7ifai. hallo die in his iniquity; but his 911Take thou alfo unto thee, wheat,& were 59. 1. blood will I require at thine hand. barley,and beans,&lentiles,and millet, 2C0.19 Yet if thou warn the wicked, and he and hitches,and put them in one veffel, 390. 5.20. turn not from his wickedness,nor from and make thee bread thereof,according fet Cor.his wicked way,he fhall die in his ini. to the number of the days that thou 3.8. 1. 18. qulty: but thou haft delivered q thy falt lie upon thy fide;dreehundred& Rom ninety thou eat 6.23. 20 Again,when ra righteous man doth 10 And thy meat which thou shalt 2Kia. Acts turn from his frighteoufneis,& com- eat, shall be by weight n twenty the- 22.3. 20. 26. mit iniquity, and I layt a ftumbling kels a day: from time to time fhalt Jam. block before him, he fhall die: because thou eat it. 5.20. thou haft not given him warning,he Matt. fhall die in his fin, and his righteouf 9.13. Refs which he hath done fhall not be Ezek.remembred but his blood will I re33.13. quire at a thine hand. f2 Th. 21 Nevertheless, if thou warn the 2. 11. righteous man, that the righteous NICOг.x fin not, and he doth not fia; he fhall 9. 16. furely y live, because he is warned Joh.alfo thou haft delivered thy foul. 3.6 9.22 And the hand of y LORD was 3 Prov. there upon me, and herald unto me, 28. 13. Arife, go forth into the plain, and 1 Ezek wil a there talk with thee.

rija

• Rom. foul.

9.5.

/ Ifai. 52.10. 11 Thou shalt drink alfo o water by mrze. meafure, the p fixth part of an hins from time to time fhalt thou drink. 12 And thou shalt eat it as barley 25.3.

3.25..
2Kin.

cakes, and thou shalt bake it with
dung, that cometh out of man in
their fight.

• Lam. 5.4, 9.

f

13 And the LORD fald, Even thus ? Lev.
19.36.
hair the children of Ifrael eat the
:
defiled bread among the Gentiles, 3.3.
q Hol.
whither I will drive them.
ra Chr.
14Then faid!, Ah Lord GOD,behold, 21.2.
my foul hath not been polluted: for Deut.
from my youth up even til now 23.12.
have I not eaten of which dieth of it Lev.
felf,or is torn in pieces,neither came 19. 19.
there abominable feth into my mouth. Acts
15 Then he faid unto me, Lo, I TO. 14.
have given thee u cows dung for mans
dung,
and thou fhalt prepare thy 1.9.
bread therewith.

1.3. 23 Then I arofe, and went forth into
a Acts the plain, and behold the glory of
10.44. the LORD flood there, as the glory
John which I faw by the river of Chebar;
1. 14. and I c fell on my face.
e Jam. 24 Then the d fpirit entred into me,
4 1. and fet me upon my feet, and fpake
4Ezck. with me, and faid unto me,Go, shut
2.2. thy felf within thine houfe.
ev. 15. 15 But thou,Ofon of man,behold,
Acts e they shall put bands upon thee; and
9. 16. fhall bind thee with them, and thou
fMar. fhalt not go out among them.

Dan.

14 Lam.

4.10.

16 Moreover, he faid unto me,Son of man,behold, I will break x the staff Prov. of bread in Jerufalem, and they fhall 27.7. eat bread by weight, and with care, Lev. and they fhall drink water by mea- 26.26. fure,and with aftonishment:

y Amos

26 And I will make thy tongue cleave 17 That they may want bread and 4.8. Ezek. to the roof of thy mouth, thou shalt water, & be aftonished one another, Lam. 11. 23. g be dumb, and thalt not be to them & confume away for their iniquity. 1. 11. Ifai. a reprover, for they are a rebellix Lev. 29.21. aus houfe. Ezek. 23.24. 3.7.

27 Buc when I fpeak with thee, I wil open thy mouth, and thou fhalt fay Matt. unto them, Thus faith the LORD 13.9. he let him Rev. and he that /forbeareth, let him for 22. 21. bear for they area rebellous house,

CHAP

V.

26.39. Ezek. Under the type of hair,s is bewed Je rufaleme judgment for their rebellion,

thou thee a Ifai. harp knife,take thee a barbersara- 7. 20, four, and caufe it to pafs upon dine b11ai. heat,and upon dy beard: then take y 26.7.. balances to weigh,&divide the han. Dan. 2 Thou 5.25 Rev. 19. 1

Ferufalems judgment.

Ezekiel.

Cifa!. 2 Thou shalt e burn with fire a thira
24. 18. part in the midft of the city, when the
2 Kin. days of the fiege are fulfilled, and thou
25.4. fhalt take a third part, and finite a-
d'Am. it knife, a third part

The judgment of Ifrael for their
idolatry. 8 A remnant ball be
bleed.

2. 13. thou halt & fcatter in the wind and

Aunto me, saying,

Ifai.

Nd the word of the LORD came a Eze. and will draw out a fword after them. Son of man, a fet thy face towards and 13.7. 9.1, 3.3 Thou fhaltalfotake thereof e a few the mountains of Ifrael, and pro-20.4. Lev. in number, & bind them in thy fkirts. phefie against them, 26.33. 4 Then take of them again, and caft 3 And fay,Ye c mountains of Ifrael,53. 1. them into the midft of the fire,& burn hear the word of the LORD God Pfal. them in fire; for thereof fhall fa fire Thus faith the LORD God to the 125. 1. come forth into all the houfe of Ifrael. mountains and to the hills, to the ri-2 Chr. 52. 15. 5 Thus faith the LORD God, Thisvers,and to the valleys,Behold I,even 15. 17. fJer. g Jerufalem: 1b have fet it in thel will bring a fword upon you, and Ic Mic. 44. 4. midit of the nations and countreys will deftroy yourd high places. Eze. that are roundabout her. 4 And your altars fhall be defolate,& d Lev. 4. 1.

Ifai. 1. 9.

Jer.

6. 1,2.

6 And the hath changed my judg-your images fhall be broken, and 126.30. Deu. ments into wickednefs kmore than the will caft down your flain men before i Kin. 4.6. nations, and my ftatutes more than your idols. 12. 31. Jer. the countreys that are round about And I will lay the dead car cafes and 2. 11. her; for they have refufed my judg- of the children of Ifrael before their 14. 23. Eze. ments, and my ftatutes, they have idols, and I will ffcatter your bonese 2 Ki 16. 46. not walked in them. round about your alrars."

23. 11.

106.

Eze. 7 Therefore thus faith the Lord God, 6 In all your dwelling places the cities ital. 16. 25. Because ye I multiplied more then y fhall be laid wafte,& the high places 27. 17. m Jer. nations that are round about you, fhall be defolate; that your altars may Ki 2. 10. and have not walked in my ftatutes, be laid walte, and made defolate, and 23. 16. Rom. nelther have kept my judgments, your idols may be broken and ceafe,g Hof. 1.32. neither have done m according to the and your images may be cut down, 1o. 5. Ifai. Judgments of the nations that are and your works may be abolished. 10. 5. round about your 7 And the flain fhalli fall in the 22. 17. b2 kl. Jer. 8 Therefore thus faith LORD God, midft of you, and ye fhall k know Pfalm 25.9. Behold 1, even I am again ft thee,and the I am the LORD. Amos will execute judgments in the midft 8 Yet will I leavel a remnant, that 29. 3.6. of thee in the fight of the nations. ye may have fome that fhall efcape the jer. o Deu. 9 And I will do in thee that which fword among nations,when ye fhall 9. 12. 9. 12. I have not o done, & whereunto I will be fcattered through the countreys. k Jer. not do any more the like; becaufe of 9 And they that escape of you fhall re- 13. member me among nations,whither Ezek. Deu. 10 Therefore the fathers fhall eat the they fhall be carried captives, becaufe 11. 10. 25.53.1ons in the midst of thee,& ffons fhal am m broken with their n whorish Rom. Lam. eat their fathers,&I will execute judg-heart, & hath departed from me,and w 9. 15. 2. 20. ments in thee, & whole remnant theiro eyes which go a whoring after Hab. Zec. of thee will I fcatter into all the winds. their idols: & they hall loath them-3.2. 2.6. 11Wherefore,as I live,faith the Lord felvs for the evils which they havem Am. Jer. GOD,Surely becaufe thou haft defil- committed in all their abominations. 2. 13. 49. 32. ed my fan&tuary with all thy deteftable 10 And they thall know that I am the Jer. Lev. things, and with all thine abomina- LORD, and that I have q not faid in 2. 2. 26. 31.rions, therefore will I alfo diminish vain that I would do this evil upco2 Te. Jer. shee, neither hall mine eye fpare, chem. 11. 13. neither will I have any pity.

Lam.
4. 6. all thine abominations.

2. 14.

7.5.

4.9.

II Thus faith the LORD God, Hof Ezc. 12A third part of thee fhall dier Smite with thine hand, and ftamp 14. 3. with the t peftilence, and with u famin with thy foot, and fay, Alas, for all jer.31. 2 Sam. fhall they be confumed in the midft off evil abominations of the houfe of 19. 24. 11. thee; and a third part fhall fall by the ffrael: for they fhall fall by the fword. q Zec. Pfal. fword round about thee and I will by the famin, and by the peftilence. 1.6. 91. 3. fcatter a third part into all the winds, 12 He that is far off fhall die of the Eze. Lam. & I will draw out a fword after them. peftilence,and he that is near fhall fall 21. 17. 13 Thus fhall mine y anger be accom- by the fword, and he that remaineth/Eze. Deu. plifhed, and1 will caufe my fury to and is befieged fhall die by the famin: 21. 12. 72. 42. reft upon them, & I will be comfor- thus will laccomplish my fury upon Eze. Jer. ted:& they fhall aknow that I LORD them. 12. 12. have spoken it in my zeal when I 13 Then fhall ye know that I am Am. 9. 4. Ifal. have accomplished my fury in them. the LORD, when their flain men fhall . 16. 10. 25. 14 Moreover,I will make thee b wafte, be among their idols round about Ifai. Ifai. and a reproach among the nations their altars, upon every high hill 37. 38. 1. 24. that are round about thee, in the fight in all the tops of the mountains, and x 1 ki. Eze. of all that pafs by. 16. 42. 15 So it fhall be a reproach and a thick oak the place where they did2 Kin. under everyx green tree,&under every 14. 23. and taunt,d an inftruction,& an aftonish- offer fweet favour to all their idols. 6.7.10. ment unto the nations that are round Neh. about thee, when I fhall execute judge2. 17. ments in thee in anger, and in fury, Lev. and in e furious rebukes:1 the LORD 6. 31. have spoken it. ICO.16 When I fhall fend upon them 10. 11. the evil farrows of famin,which fhall Deu be for their deftruction, and which 1 32. 23. will fend to deftroy you and I will Deu. Increase the famin upon you, and 2. 24. will break your g staff of bread.

-16.4. 14 So will I ftretch out my handy Ifai. upon them,and make the land de fo-65. 2. late,yea, more defolate than the wil-and dernefs towards Diblath,in all their 5. 25. I am the LORD. habitations, and they hall know that fer.

Ifal. 17 So will I fend upon you famin, 9. I. &b evil beafts, and they fhall bereave Kin. thee; and peftilence & blood fhall pafs G. 25. through thee, & I will bring thefword 2 KI. upon thee:I LORD have spoken it.

17. 24.

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CHAP. VI.

CHAP. VII.

31.25. z Jer. 48. 226 Ifraels defolation. 16 The mourn ful repentance of them that efcape. Moreover, the word of the LORD came unto me, faying,

2 Alfo thou fon of man, thus faith LORD God unto a the land of If-42 Ch. rael, b An end, the end is come upon 15. 17. de four corners of the land.

b Lame

3 Now is the end come upon thee, 4. 18 aul will fead mine anger upon thee, Amos and6. 3.

full of violence.

é

1. 9.

come

1faels captivity. Chap. vil The image of jealousie. e Zech. and will judge thee according to thy 23 T Makek a chain:for the land is k Nab 1.6. ways, and will e recompenfe upon full of bloody crimes,and the city is 3. 10. Ezek. thee all thine abominations. 12 Ki. 9. 10. 4 And d mine eye thall not fpare thee, 14 Wherefore I will bring theworft 21. 16. Jer. neither will I have pity: but I will re- of the heathen, and they shall poffefs m Jer. 26. 16. compenfe thy ways upon thee, and their houfes: I will alfo make the 7. 4. d Eze. thine abominations fhall be in the pomp of the throng co ceafe, and their Deut. 5. 11. midst of thee, and ye fhall know that holy places fhall be defiled. 32.23. Sa. I am the LORD. 25 Destruction cometh and they fhallo Pfal. 26. S. Thus faith the LORD God, An feek peace,and there fhall be none; 74.9. Nah. evil, an only evil, behold,is come. 16 Mifchief fhall come upon mif- 1 Sam. 6. An end is come, the end is come, chief,and rumor fhall be upon rumor, 29. 15. f2 Pe. It f watcheth for thee, behold, it is then thall they feek a vifion of the pro- Lam. 2..3. pher but the o law fhall perifh from the 2, 9. Ezek. 7g The mourning is come upon thee, prieft,and counfel from the ancients.2 Ch. 12. 11. O thou that dwellelt in the land the 27 Thep king fhall mourn,and the 36. 13. g Pfal. time is come, the day of trouble is prince fhall be clothed with defolation,Jer. 101. 8. near, and not the i founding again of and the hands of the people of the 36. 25. 1 Th. the mountains. land fhall be troubled: I will do unto q Mar. 5. 3. 8 Now will I shortly k pour out my them after their way,& q according to 7. 2. Pfal. fury upon thee, and accomplish mine their deferts will I judge them, and Ifal. 37. 13. anger upon thee: and I will judge thee they r fhall know that I am FLÓRD. 26. 11. Ifai. According to thy ways, & I will recom 22.5. penfe thee for all thine abominations. Zeph. And mine eye fhall not fpare, nel 1. 14. ther will I have pity: I will recom 1 Ezek. 25. 30. and thine abominations that are in the k.Eze. midit of thee, and ye fhall know that of the moneth, as a I fate in mine 42. and 20. S. I am the LORD that fmiteth. houfe,& the elders of Judah fate b be- 10. 33. / Ifil. 10Behold the day, behold,it is come, fore me, that the chand of the Lord b Mal. 10. 5. the morning is gone forth, the rod GOD fell there upon me. 2.7. f m Ifai. hath bloffomed, m pride hath budded. 1 Then I beheld, and lo, a likenefs 2 Kin. 3.9. 11 Violence is rifen up into a rod of as the appearance of d fre: from the 6.32. Ifai. wickedness:none of them shall remain, appearance of his loins even down-c Eze. and from his loins even upward,as the appearance of bright-Act. nefs, as the color of amber.

STOR

CHAP. VIII.

1 Ezekiel in a vision, 5 is spewed the
image of jealouse.
A came pafs the fixth

in the fixth month, in the fifth day Act. 5.

7.

ofer. theirs, neither shall there o be wailing

2 Kin.

16. 6. for them. 10. 44 Luke 12 Thep time is come,the day draw- 3 And he put forth the form of and Rev. 17. 28. eth near, let not the qbuyer rejoyce, hand, and took meby a lock of mine 114. Co.nor the feller mourn, for wrath is head,& fffpirit lift me up between Joh 7.29. upon all the multitude thereof. the earth, and the heaven,and brought 1 14. 2 Ch.13 For the feller fhall not return to that me in the vifions of God to Jerufalem, Tit. 2. 28. 13. which is fold,although they were yet to the door of the inner gate, that 13: Am. Alive: for the vikon touching the looketh toward the north, where was Eze. 6. 13. whole multitude thereof, which fhall the feat of the bimage of jealoufie, 1. 12. r Pfal. not return neither fhall any gftrength- which i provoketh to lealoufie. 82 Co. 127. 1. en himself in the iniquity of his life. 4And behold,the kglory of the God 12. 4. Isa. 14 They have blown the trumpet, of Ifrael was there, according to the Jer. 17. 10.even to make all ready, but none vifion that I faw in the plain. 7.30. Rev. goeth to the battel for my wrath is 5 Then faidhe unto me, Son of i Exo. 18. 10. upon all the multitude thereof man, m lift up thine eyes now the way 30. 5. f Deut. 15 The t fword is without, and the towards the north fo lift up mine k. Jer. 32. 25.peftilence and the famin within: he eyes the way toward the north, and be- 2. 11. Lam. that is in the field fhall die with the hold, northward at the gate of the al-12 Co. 1. 20. fword; and he that is in the city, fa- tar,this image ofjealoufie in f entry. 3. 1S. Ifai. min and peftilence fhall devour him. 6 He fald furthermore unto me, Son m Gen. 38. 14. 16 T But they that efcape of them, of man, feeft thou what they do? even 13. 10. and fhall efcape,& fhall be on y mountains the great abominations that the house Am. 49. 11.like u doves of the valleys,all of them of Ifrael committeth here, that # 13.3. Pro. x mourning, every one for his ini- fhould go far off from my fanctuary 01 Kl. 5. 11. quity. but turn thee yet again, and thou 7. 12. Hof. 177 All hands fhall be feeble, and all thale fee greater abominations. 14. 2. knees fhall be weak as water. 7 And he brought me to the odoor 21. 5. Ifal. 18 They fhall alfo gird themfelvs with of the court', and when I looked, be- Eze. 13-7. fackcloth, and horrour fhall cover hold. a hole in the wall. Jer. 6. them, & fhame ball be upon all faces, 24. and a baldnefs upon all their heads. z Rev. 19 They fhall caft their filver in 6. 15. the streets, and theirgold fhall be reJoh. moved: their filver and their gold fhall 21. 6. b not be able to deliver them in y day Ifal. of the wrath of the LORD: they shall 3. 24. not fatiffie their fouls,neither fill their Mic. bowels,because it is e the ftumbling- r abominable beafts,and all the fidols 26. 30. 1. 16. block of their iniquity. of the houfe of Ifrael pourtrayed/Num. upon the wall round about. 11. 17. 11And there ftood before them/fe-f2 Ki. venty men of the ancients of the houfe 22. 12. of Ifrael, in the midlt of them ftood? Exo. Jaazaniah the fon of Shaphan, with 25.6. every man his cenferin his hand,and" Joh a thick cloud of t incenfe went up. 3.20. 12 Then faid he unto me, Son of Ezek. man,haft thou feen what the ancients 16. 51 of the Pal every man in the chambers of his ima- 10. 11.. gery? for they fay. The LORD feeth v2 Ch us not, the LORD hath y forfaken 22. 23 Y3

40. 10. 8 Then faid he unto me, Son of 91 Ch. man,g dig now in the wall:and when 1 23. 28. had digged in the wall, behold a door. Lev.

9 And hefaid unto me, Go in, and 11. 4. behold the wicked abominations that T, Heb. they do here. dung

to So I went in and faw,and behold.gods. every form of creeping things, and Lev.

Prov. 20 As for the d beauty of his orna11. 4. ment, he fet it in maiefty: but they Rev. made the images of their abomina18. 17.tions, and of their e deteftable things Eze. therein: therefore have I fet it far 21. 15. from them. dPfal. 21 And I will give it into the hands 48. 2. of the ftrangers for a prey,and to the Zep. f wicked of the earth for a fpoll, and they it. Pfal. 32 My face will I turn alfo from 17. 14.them, and they fhall pollute my fecret Ki.place:for the robbers fhall enter into 25 13.it,and defile it. b Pfalm 51. 11. ¡ A&. 21. 27.

the earth.

Jer. 13 He 44 1

a Luk.

Ezekiels vifion.

Ezekiel,

13 1 He faidalfo unto me, Turn thee fhall not fpare,neither will I have pity, Pro. The coals of Bre. 2 Ti. yet again,and thou fhalt fee greater but I will recompenfe their way 10. 6. 3. 13. abominations that they do. upon their head.

14Then he brought me to the door of 11 And behold,the man clothed with a Rer. 2 Ki. the gate of the LORDS houfe, which linen, which bad the inkhorn by his 16. 17. 23. 12. wa towards the north,& behold,there fide,reported y matter, faying, have Pfalm Hoi. fat a women weeping for b Tammuz. a done as thou haft commanded me. 40. 3. 15 Then faid he unto me Haft CHAP. X.

9. 10.

Nu. thou feen this, Ofon of man curn 1 The vifion of the coals of fire, to be
25.3. thee yet again, and thou fhalt fee fcattered over the city.
Ki than

Ten I looked, & behold, in the a Hab.
firmament that was above the head 2. 1.
of the cherubims,there appeared over Pfalm
them,as it were a faphire ftone,as the 85. S.
appearance off likeness of a bthrone. Ifai.
2 And hefpake unto c the man clothed 66. I.
with linen,andfaid, Go in between the c Eze.
wheels,even under the cherub, and fill 9. 3.
thine hand d with coals of fire from d Luk.
between the cherubims,and e fcatter 12. 49.
them over the city. And he went in e2 Ki.
my fight.

25.9.

11.5.7. 16 And he brought me into the inner
Joel court of LORDS houfe,and behold,
2. 17. at the door of the temple of LORD,
d2 Ch. c between the porch & the altar, were
24. 19. about dfive & twenty men,with their
jer backs toward temple of LORD,
32.33. and their faces toward the ealt, & they
Deu. worfhipped the f fun coward the eat
4. 19. 17 Then he faid unto me, Haft
Jer. thou feenthis, O fun of man? Is it a
44. 17. light thing to the houfe of Judah,that
Pfal. they commit abominations & they
106. commit g here? for they have b filled
land with violence, and have recur
ned to provoke me to anger: and lo,
they put the branch fro their nofe.
18 Therefore will I alfo deal A In
Nah. fury,mine eye fhall not fpare, neither
will have picy and though they lay
I'Mic. in mine ears with a loud voice, yet
3.4.
will I not hear them.
CHAP. IX. 1.
A vision whereby is bewed the pre-
fervation of fome, 5 and the deiliu-
Etion of the rest.

19. Mic. 6. 12. iv. 16.

LORD

3 Now the cherubims g food on Mic. the bright fide of the houfe, when the 1. 12. man went in, and the cloud i filled g Heb the inner court.. 1. 13. 4 Then the k glory of the LORD went hi l'o up from the cherub,and flood over the 1. 12. threshold of the houfe, and the house Rev. was filled with the cloud and the coure 15. S. was full of the brightness of the k Eze LORDS glory. 9.-3. 5 And the found of the cherubims Hag. wings was heard even co the urter 1.9. court,as the voice of the Almighty John God when he fpeaketh.

J. 2.

1. 14

a Am. 3.7.

a

HE cried alfo a in mine ears with 6 And it came to pafs, that when 71 KL loud voice, faying, Caufe them he had commanded the man clothed 7.9. Dan. that b have charge over the city, to with linen, faying, Take fire from m Rev. 10. 22. draw near, even every man with his between the wheels, from between the 18. 2 Gen. deftroying weapon in his hand. cherubims; then he went in,& ftood Pfalm IS. 2. 2 And behold, fix c men came from befide the wheels. 29.3.5. d Pfal. the way of the higher gate,which lied 7 And one cherub ftretched forth his n.4. coward the north, and every man da hand from between the cherubims,un- Mat. flaughter-weapon in his hand and to the fire that was between the cheru-12. 18. et Ti. one man famong them was clothed bims & took thereof, and p put it in- John 2.5. with linen, and with a wricers g Ink- to the hands of him that was clothed 14. 31. fRev. horn by his fide, and they went in, with linen:who took it,and went out.o je. 19. 11. and food befide the brazen altar. 8 And there appeared in the cheru. 2. 29% bims, the q form of a mans r hand Ifai. under their wings.

103. 20.

Mal. 3 And the b glory of the God or Ifrael, 3.16. was gone up from the che-ub where Pfal. upon he was, co the threshold of the 99. 1. houfe,and he called to the man cloth Ezek. ed with linen, which had the wri10. 4. ters inkhorn by his fide; and 4 And the LORD faid unto him 11. 23. Go through the midst of the city 2 Co. through the midit of Jerufalem, and 7. 22. fet k a mark upon the foreheads of Rev. the men that 6gh, and that cry for 7.3. all the abominations that be done in Pfal. the midft thereof.

10..6. And when I looked, behold, the Hof. four wheels by the cherubims, one 5. 10. wheel by one cherub, and another? Pial wheel by another cherub: and the ap-193. ,pearance of the wheels was as the 20. colour of a beryl ftone.

Ezek. 10 And as for their appearances, I. II. they four had one likeness, as if aq Eze. wheel had been in the midft of a wheel.1. 8. 11 When they went, they went up- Acts 5. on their four fides; they turned not as 19. they went, but to the place whither 7.1 Co. the head looked, they x followed it; 15. 10. they turned not as they went.

119.

wheel.

5 And to the others he faid in 53. mine hearing, Go ye m after him 2 Cor. through the city, and fmite: let nor 12. 21. youreye fpare, neither have ye pity. Gen. 6 Slay utterly old and young, both 19. 22. maids and little children,and women; Rev. but come not near any man upon 7.3. whom is mark;& begin at my fan1Pet. tuary then they began at ancient 4. 17. men which were before the house. Eze. 7 And he faid unto them,q Defile the 8. 11. houfe,and fill the courts with the flain, 92 Kigo ye forth and they went forth,and 23. 16. dew in the city. Lam. 8 T And it came to pafs while they were flaying them, and I was left, that 2 Chr. I fell upon my face & tried,and faid, 36. 17. Ah Lord God, wilt thou deftroy all Num. the t refidue of Ifrael,in thy pouring 16 And when the cherubims went, e Pfal. 14. 4 out of thy fury upon Jerufalem? the wheels went by them; and when 119. 9. Joth. 9 Then fald he unto me, The Ini. the cherubims lift up their wings tomnd 7.6. quity of the houfe of Ifrael and Judah mount up from earthy fame wheels 147. Jer. is exceeding great, & Jandis full of allo turned not from befide them. IS. 9. 1. xblood, the city full of perverfenefs: 17 When they flood,thefe food and a Exe. 2 Ch. for they fay, The LORD hath forfa. when the ywere lifred up the fe lift up 1. 10. 21.24ken the earth,& the LORD y feeth not. themfelvs alfo for the spirit of the & Pfal. to And as for me alfo, mine eye cliving creature was in them. #2 Ki, 21, 16, 9 Ifai. 29.15%

Pfalm 12 And their whole body, and their 115. 1. backs,& their hands,and their wings, Ezc. & the wheels werey full of eyes round. 15. about,even the wheels they four had. Exc. 13 As for the wheels, it was cried 1. 9. unto them in my hearing, O John 15.5. 14 Anda every one had four faces: Mar. the first face was face of ab cherub,9.9. and the fecond face was the face of a x Rev. man, and the third the face of a lion, 19. 14. and the fourth the face of an eagle.. Rev. 15 And the cherubims were lifted4. 8. up: this is the living creature that I Ezek. faw by the river Chebar.

2.7.

1. 18.

u Eze. 6.25.

18. 10. 18 Then cze 1, 12, 20, 21. Gen. 12, 3. Job 26, 13.

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