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Chapter 1

The time of Ezekiel's prophecy at Chebar (1:1-3)
His vision of four living creatures (1:4-14)
Of the four wheels (1:15-21)
The Firmament (1:22-25)
And of the glory of God (1:26-28)

Chapter 2

Ezekiel's commission (2:1-5)
His instruction (2:6-8)
The roll of his severe prophecy (2:9-10)

Chapter 3

Ezekiel eats the roll (3:1-3)
God encourages him (3:4-14)
And shows him the rule of prophecy (3:15-21)
God shuts and opens the prophet's mouth (3:22-27)

Chapter 4

The figure of a siege foretells the number of years from Jeroboam's defection to the captivity (4:1-3)
The sign of Ezekiel's lying on his side foretells the number of years of siege from Jeroboam's defection to the captivity (4:4-8)
By the provisions needed for the siege is shown the hardness of the famine (4:9-17)

Chapter 5

By the figure of hair (5:1-4)
Is shown the judgment of Jerusalem for its rebellion (5:5-11)
By famine, sword and dispersion (5:12-17)

Chapter 6

The judgment of Israel for idolatry (6:1-7)
A remnant shall be blessed (6:8-10)
The faithful are exhorted to lament their calamities (6:11-14)

Chapter 7

The final desolation of Israel (7:1-15)
The repentance of those who escape (7:16-19)
The enemies defile the sanctuary because of the Israelite's abominations (7:20-22)
The figure of a chain foretells their miserable captivity (7:23-27)

Chapter 8

Ezekiel, in a vision of God at Jerusalem (8:1-4)
Is shown the image of jealousy (8:5-6)
The chambers of idolatry (8:7-12)
The mourners for the god, Tammuz (8:13-14)
The sun worshipers (8:15-17)
God's wrath for their idolatry (8:18)

Chapter 9

A vision wherein the preservation of some is shown (9:1-4)
With the destruction of the rest (9:5-7)
Weeping of Ezekiel, God cannot be entreated for them (9:8-11)

Chapter 10

The vision of the coals of fire, to be scattered over the city (10:1-7)
The vision of the wheels and cherubims (10:8-22)

Chapter 11

The presumption of the princes (11:1-3)
Their sin and judgment (11:4-12)
When Ezekiel complains, God shows His purpose in saving a remnant (11:13-20)
And punishing the wicked (11:21)
The glory of God leaves the Mount of Olives (11:22-23)
Ezekiel is returned to captivity (11:24-25)

Chapter 12

The figure of Ezekiel's removal (12:1-7)
It shows the captivity of Zedekiah (12:8-16)
Ezekiel's trembling shows the Jew's desolation (12:17-20)
The Jews' presumptuous proverb is reproved (12:21-25)
The imminent fulfillment of the vision (12:26-28)

Chapter 13

The reproof of lying prophets (13:1-9)
And their false visions (13:10-16)
Of prophetesses and their magic bands (13:17-21)
The Lord promises deliverance (13:22-23)

Chapter 14

God answers idolaters according to their own heart (14:1-5)
They are exhorted to repent, for fear of judgments (14:6-11)
God's irrevocable sentence of famine (14:12-14)
Of noisome ( offensive or noxious ) beasts (14:15-16)
Of the sword (14:17-18)
And of pestilence (14:19-21)
A remnant shall be preserved as an example to others (14:22-23)

Chapter 15

By the unfitness of the vine's branch for any work (15:1-5)
Is shown the rejection of Jerusalem (15:6-8)

Chapter 16

By the parable of a wretched infant is shown the natural state of Jerusalem (16:1-5)
God's extraordinary love toward her (16:6-14)
Her monstrous lewdness (16:15-34)
Her grievous judgment (16:35-43)
Her sin, matching her mother's and exceeding those of her sisters, Sodom and Samaria, calls for judgments (16:44-59)
Mercy is promised her in the end (16:60-63)

Chapter 17

By the parable of two eagles and a vine (17:1-10)
Is shown God's judgment upon Jerusalem for seeking help from Egypt (17:11-21)
God promises to plant the cedar of the gospel (17:22-24)

Chapter 18

God reproves use of the parable of sour grapes (18:1-4)
He shows how He deals with a just father (18:5-9)
With a wicked son of a just father (18:10-13)
With a just son of a wicked father (18:14-18)
With a wicked man repenting (18:19-23)
With a just man rebelling (18:24)
He defends His justice (18:25-30)
And exhorts the people to repent (18:31-32)

Chapter 19

A lamentation for the princes of Israel, by the parable of lions' whelps (19:1-9)
And for Jerusalem, by the parable of a whithered vine (19:10-14)

Chapter 20

God refuses to be consulted by the elders of Israel (20:1-4)
He relates the story of their rebellions in Egypt (20:5-9)
And in the wilderness (20:10-20)
With His judgments recounted (20:21-26)
Their rebellion in the land of promise (20:27-32)
He promises to gather them by the gospel (20:33-44)
By the parable of a forest God shows the destruction of Jerusalem (20:45-49)

Chapter 21

Ezekiel prophesies against Jerusalem, with a sign of sighing (21:1-7)
The sharp and bright sword (21:8-13)
The prophet is commanded to proclaim (21:14-17)
Is against Jerusalem (21:18-24)
Against the kingdom (21:25-27)
And against the Ammonites (21:28-32)

Chapter 22

A catalogue of sins in Jerusalem (22:1-12)
God will burn Israel as dross in His furnace (22:13-22)
The general corruption of prophets, priests, princes, and people (22:23-31)

Chapter 23

The parable of the two lewd sisters, Aholah and Aholibah (23:1-21)
Aholibah is to be plagued by her lovers (23:22-35)
The prophet reproves the adulteries of both vile sisters (23:36-44)
And shows their judgments (23:45-49)

Chapter 24

By the parable of a boiling pot (24:1-5)
The destruction of Jerusalem (24:6-10)
Is foretold as irrevocable (24:11-14)
By the sign of Ezekiel not mourning for the death of his wife (24:15-18)
He shows the calamity of the Jews to be beyond all sorrow (24:19-27)

Chapter 25

God's vengeance, for their insolence against the Jews, upon the Ammonites (25:1-7)
Upon Moab and Seir (25:8-11)
Upon Edom (25:12-14)
And upon the Philistines (25:15-17)

Chapter 26

For insults to Jerusalem, Tyrus (Tyre) is threatened (26:1-6)
The power of Nebuchadrezzar (Nebuchadnezzar) against her (26:7-14)
At the fall of Tyrus (26:15-16)
The princes of the sea will mourn (26:17-21)

Chapter 27

The rich trade of Tyrus (27:1-4)
Comes from many lands (27:5-25)
The fall of Tyrus (27:26-28)
Will be lamented by all who go to sea (27:29-36)

Chapter 28

God's judgment upon the prince of Tyrus for his sacrilegious pride (28:1-10)
A lamentation for his great glory, corrupted by sin (28:11-19)
The judgment of Zidon (Sidon) (28:20-23)
The restoration of Israel (28:24-26)

Chapter 29

Judgment on Pharaoh for his treachery to Israel (29:1-7)
The desolation of Egypt (29:8-12)
The restoration of Egypt, after forty years (29:13-16)
Egypt, the reward of Nebuchadrezzar (29:17-20)
Israel shall be restored (29:21)

Chapter 30

The desolation of Egypt and her helpers (30:1-19)
The arm of Babylon shall be strengthened to break the arm of Egypt (30:20-26)

Chapter 31

The narration to Pharaoh (31:1-2)
Of the glory of Assyria (31:3-9)
Whose fall was caused by pride (31:10-17)
Similar destruction of Egypt is foretold (31:18)

Chapter 32

A lamentation for the fall of Egypt (32:1-10)
The sword of Babylon shall destroy it (32:11-16)
It shall be brought down to Sheol, among all the uncircumcised nations (32:17-31)
Fear of the Lord shall prevail (32:32)

Chapter 33

A watchman's duty is to warn the people (33:1-6)
Ezekiel is appointed watchman over Israel (33:7-9)
God shows the justice of His ways toward the penitent, and toward revolters (33:10-16)
God maintains His justice (33:17-20)
Ezekiel receives news of Jerusalem's fall, and he foretells its desolation (33:21-29)
God's judgment on the mockers of the prophets (33:30-33)

Chapter 34

A reproof of the shepherds (34:1-2)
For selfishness and harshness (34:3-6)
God's judgment against them (34:7-10)
His providence for His flock (34:11-19)
The kingdom of Christ (34:20-31)

Chapter 35

The judgment of Mount Seir, for hatred of Israel (35:1-15)

Chapter 36

The land of Israel if comforted, both by destruction of the heathen (36:1-7)
And by God's promised blessings (36:8-15)
Israel was rejected because of sin (36:16-20)
But will be restored (36:21-24)
The blessings of Christ's kingdom (36:25-38)

Chapter 37

By the resurrection of dry bones (37:1-10)
The dead hope of Israel is revived (37:11-14)
By the uniting of two sticks (37:15-17)
Is shown the incorporation of Israel into Judah (37:18-19)
The promises of Christ's kingdom (37:20-28)

Chapter 38

Ezekiel is directed to prophesy against the army of Gog (38:1-7)
The malice of Gog is described in graphic detail (38:8-13)
God's judgment against him (38:14-23)

Chapter 39

Gog shall be destroyed (39:1-7)
Israel's victory (39:8-10)
Gog's burial in Hamon-gog (39:11-16)
The feast of the fowls (39:17-22)
Israel, plagued for sins, shall be restored with eternal favor (39:23-29)

Chapter 40

The time, manner and purpose of the vision (40:1-4)
The description and measurements of the east gate (40:5-19)
Of the north gate (40:20-23)
Of the south gate (40:24-31)
With added details of the east gate (40:32-34)
And of the north gate (40:35-38)
Eight tables (40:39-43)
The chambers (40:44-47)
The porch of the house (40:48-49)

Chapter 41

The measures, parts, chambers and ornaments of the temple (41:1-26)

Chapter 42

The chambers for the priests (42:1-12)
The use of these chambers (42:13-18)
The dimensions of the outer court (42:19-20)

Chapter 43

God's glory again fills the temple (43:1-6)
The sin of Israel had prevented God's presence (43:7-9)
The prophet exhorts the people to repentance and observation of the law of the house (43:10-12)
The dimensions (43:13-17)
And the ordinances of the altar (43:18-20)
As a sin offering, a young bullock (43:21-24)
And seven young goats, shall be sacrificed (43:25-27)

Chapter 44

The east gate assigned only to the prince (44:1-3)
The priests reproved for pollution of the sanctuary (44:4-8)
Idolaters incapable of the priest's office (44:9-14)
The sons of Zadok are acceptable as priests (44:15-16)
Ordinances for the priests (44:17-31)

Chapter 45

The portion of land for the sanctuary (45:1-5)
For the city (45:6)
And for the prince (45:7-8)
Ordinances for the prince (45:9-25)

Chapter 46

Regulations for the prince, in his worship (46:1-8)
And for the people (46:9-15)
An order for the prince's inheritance (46:16-18)
The courts for boiling and baking (46:19-24)

Chapter 47

The vision of the holy waters (47:1-5)
Their healing and life-giving qualities (47:6-12)
The borders of the land (47:13-21)
It is to be divided by lot (47:22-23)

Chapter 48

Portions of the tribes (48:1-7)
Of the sanctuary, which is not to be sold or exchanged (48:8-14)
And of the city and suburbs, with their workers (48:15-20)
The remainder is set aside for the prince (48:21-22)
Portions allotted to the rest of the tribes (48:23-29)
The dimensions and gates of the city (48:30-35)

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Chapter 1

Jehoiakim's captivity (1:1-2)
Ashpenaz brings the four Hebrew youths to the palace school (1:3-7)
Refusing the king's portion they thrive on vegetables and water (1:8-16)
Their wisdom (1:17-21)

Chapter 2

Nebuchadnezzar forgets his dream, yet demands its interpretation under penalty of death (2:1-9)
The Chaldeans are unable even to tell the dream, and are sentenced (2:10-13)
The dream is revealed to Daniel in a vision (2:14-18)
He blesses God (2:19-23)
He is brought to the king, after asking mercy for the wise men (2:24-30)
The dream (2:31-35)
The interpretation (2:36-45)
Daniel's advancement (2:46-49)

Chapter 3

Nebuchadnezzar dedicates a golden image (3:1-7)
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego are accused (3:8-12)
They refuse to worship the image, and are cast into a furnace (3:13-23)
God delivers them (3:24-25)
Nebuchadnezzar, seeing the miracle, blesses God (3:26-30)

Chapter 4

Nebuchadnezzar praises God's kingdom (4:1-3)
He relates his dream, which the magicians cannot interpret (4:4-7)
Daniel hears the dream (4:8-18)
He interprets it (4:19-27)
Nebuchadnezzar loses his mind and kingdom because of pride (4:28-33)
But regains his reason and his throne on turning to God (4:34-37)

Chapter 5

Belshazzar's impious feast (5:1-4)
The handwriting on the wall (5:5-9)
Daniel is brought before the king (5:10-16)
He reproves the king for pride and idolatry (5:17-24)
Then reads and interprets the writing (5:25-29)
The end of Belshazzar's kingdom (5:30-31)

Chapter 6

Daniel is made chief of the presidents (6:1-3)
Who conspire against him and obtain a decree from the king (6:4-9)
Daniel accused of breaking this law, is cast into the lion's den (6:10-17)
Daniel is saved (6:18-23)
His adversaries devoured (6:24)
And God magnified by a decree of Darius (6:25-28)

Chapter 7

Daniel's vision of four beasts (7:1-8)
And of God's kingdom (7:9-14)
The interpretation of the vision (7:15-28)

Chapter 8

Daniel's vision of the ram and the he-goat (8:1-12)
The 2,300 days of sacrifice (8:13-14)
Gabriel comforts Daniel and interprets the vision (8:15-27)

Chapter 9

Daniel, considering the time of the captivity (9:1-2)
Makes confession of sins (9:3-15)
And prays for the restoration of Jerusalem (9:16-19)
Gabriel informs him of the seventy weeks (9:20-27)

Chapter 10

Daniel, having humbled himself, sees a vision (10:1-9)
Being troubled and fearful, he is comforted by the angel (10:10-17)
Strengthening by the Heavenly messenger (10:18-21)

Chapter 11

He predicts the overthrow of Persia by the king of Grecia (Greece) (11:1-4)
Leagues and conflicts between the kings of the south and of the north (11:5-29)
The invasion and tyranny of the Romans (11:30-45)

Chapter 12

Michael shall deliver Israel from trouble (12:1)
Prophecy of the resurrections (12:2-3)
Sealing of the book (12:4)
Questions regarding the great time of trouble to come (12:5-13)

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Chapter 1

God tells Hosea to take Gomer as his wife so that he can show his judgement for spiritual adultery (1:1-3)
And has by her Jezreel (1:4-5)
Lo-ruhmah (1:6-7)
And Lo-ammi (1:8-9)
The restoration of Judah and Israel (1:10-11)

Chapter 2

The spiritual idolatry of the people (2:1-5)
God's judgments against them (2:6-13)
His promises of reconciliation with them (2:14-23)

Chapter 3

By the type of an adulteress before redemption (3:1-3)
Is shown the desolation of Israel before restoration (3:4-5)

Chapter 4

God's judgments on the sins of the people (4:1-5)
And of the priests (4:6-11)
And on their idolatry (4:12-14)
Judah is exhorted to take warning by Israel's calamity (4:15-19)

Chapter 5

God's judgments on the priests, the people, and the princes of Israel for their manifold sins (5:1-14)
Until they repent and seek Him (5:15)

Chapter 6

An exhortation to repentance (6:1-3)
God complains of their perversity and iniquity (6:4-11)

Chapter 7

God reproves Israel for manifold sins (7:1-10)
God's wrath against them for their hypocrisy (7:11-16)

Chapter 8

Destruction is threatened for their impiety (8:1-4)
And idolatry (8:5-14)

Chapter 9

The distress and captivity of Israel for sins and idolatry (9:1-17)

Chapter 10

Israel is reproved and threatened for impiety and idolatry (10:1-15)

Chapter 11

Israel's ingratitude to God for His benefits (11:1-4)
His judgment (11:5-7)
God's mercy toward them (11:8-9)
Judah is faithful (11:10-12)

Chapter 12

He reproves Ephraim and Judah for their sins (12:1-2)
They are exhorted to repentance (12:3-6)
Ephraim's sins provoke God (12:7-14)

Chapter 13

Ephraim's glory vanishes because of idolatry (13:1-4)
God's anger at their unkindness (13:5-8)
A promise of God's mercy (13:9-14)
A judgment for rebellion (13:15-16)

Chapter 14

Israel is exhorted to repent (14:1-3)
A promise of God's blessing to Israel (14:4-9)

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