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EZEKEzekiel (Old Testament)
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You were in Eden, the garden of God (Ezek. 28:12-13).
The prophets amend the law so that repentant sinners are spared the death penalty (Ezek. 18, 33).
3), from the context in Ezek 36 it is clear that the foe mentioned there is indeed Esau.
non est hic aliud nisi domus Dei, etporta coli"); see also Ezek. 44:2 ("This gate shall be shut"), Matt.
The suggested recipe idea for the original God Cakes is not mine nor was it the prophet Ezekiel's either (Ezek 4 12).
In the high-vaulted church the monks were singing the words of Ezekiel: "Now I shall bring back Jacob's captives and take pity on the house of Israel" (Ezek. 39:25), and "One thing I ask of the Lord, this is what I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life" (Ps.
16:5-9), so Ezekiel became a sign of the destruction of Jerusalem and the Temple by not mourning the death of his wife (Ezek. 24:16-24).
Song 1:2, 1:4, 4:10 (twice), 5:1, 7:13; compare Ezek. 16:8, 23:17, Prov.
Other formerly devastated cities in Israel have been rebuilt and have grown even more rapidly, thus fulfilling the prophecy of Ezekiel (Ezek. 36:33-35), "Thus says the Lord: 'When I have cleansed you of all your iniquities I will repopulate your settlements, and the ruined places shall be rebuilt and the desolate land, after laying waste in the sight of every passerby, shall again be tilled.
(Ezek. 31:6) Dryden's |While Nations stand secure beneath thy shade' is a close verbal echo of the last part of Ezekiel's verse, with the word |secure' inserted for ironic effect.
From the time of Varro, Latin recordari (to remember) was considered to derive from cor, cordis (heart); Jerome says, in his gloss on Ezek. 40:4, that the word cor is a synonym of memoria (and the English idiom "to learn by heart" is a translation of the Latin one).
In the Bible (Ezek, 38:39), the king of Magog, a northern land whose fierce hordes were to invade Israel.