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    EZEKIEL 10

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      1  The vision of the coals of fire, to be scattered over the
        city.
     8  The vision of the cherubims.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - I looked.
       * Isa 21:8,9 Hab 2:1
    - in the.
       * Eze 1:22-26 Ex 24:10 Re 4:2,3
    - above.
       * :20; 11:22 Ps 18:10; 68:17,18 Eph 1:20 1Pe 3:22
    - as the.
       * Eze 1:22,26 Ge 18:2,17,22,31; 32:24,30 Jos 5:13-15; 6:2 Jer 13:6,8
       * Jer 13:18-22 Joh 1:18 Re 1:13
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - unto.
       * :7; 9:2,3,11
    - Go.
       * :8-13,16; 1:15-20
    - thine hand.  Heb. the hollow of thine hand.  coals.
       * Eze 1:13 Ex 9:8-10 Ps 18:12,13; 140:10 Isa 6:6,7 Re 8:5
    - scatter.
       * Eze 20:47,48; 24:9-14 2Ki 25:9 Isa 30:30 Jer 24:8-10
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - and the.
       * :3; 9:3; 43:4
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - the glory.
       * :18; 1:28; 9:3; 11:22,23 Nu 16:19
    - went up.  Heb. was lifted up.  and the house.
       * Eze 43:5 Ex 40:35 1Ki 8:10-12 2Ch 5:13,14 Hag 2:9 Re 15:8
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - the sound.
       * Eze 1:24
    - outer.
       * Eze 46:21 1Ki 7:9 2Ch 4:9
    - the voice.
       * Ex 19:16,19; 20:18,19 De 4:12,13 Job 37:2-5; 40:9 Ps 29:3-9
       * Ps 68:33; 77:17 Joh 12:28,29 Heb 12:18,19 Re 10:3,4
    
    VERSE 6
        * :2 Ps 80:1; 99:1
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - stretched forth.  Heb. sent forth.  unto the.
       * :6; 1:13
    - and went.
       * Eze 41:23-26 Mt 13:41,42,49,50; 24:34,35
    
    VERSE 8
        * :21; 1:8 Isa 6:6
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - behold.
       * Eze 1:15-17
    - as the.
       * Da 10:6 Re 21:20
    - a beryl.
      {Tarshish} is generally rendered by the LXX. and the Vulgate
      the chrysolite, so called by the ancients (from [chrusos
      <5557>,] gold, and [lithos <3037>,] a stone,) because of its
      fine gold yellow color.  It is now called by the moderns the
      topaz; is a very beautiful and valuable gem in its pure and
      perfect state, though very rarely found so; and the finer
      pieces of it are in hardness second only to the diamond.  The
      Vulgate, however, in ch. 16 1:16, renders, {quasi visio maris,}
      "as the appearance of the seas," i.e., azure; and Dr. Geddes
      (on Ex 28:10) says, that, with {Abarbanel,} he believes the
      beryl to be intended.  It is a pellucid gem, called by our
      lapidaries, {aqua marina,} of a sea or bluish green color,
      found in the East Indies and about the gold mines of Peru.
      The genuine beryl never receives any other mixture of color;
      and in its perfect state approaches the hardness of garnet.
    
    VERSE 10
        * Eze 1:16 Ps 36:6; 97:2; 104:24 Ro 11:33
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - they went upon.
       * :22; 1:17
    - whither.
       * Eze 1:20 Mt 8:8-10
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - body.  Heb. flesh.  were.
       * Eze 1:18 Re 4:6,8
    
    
    VERSE 13 
     - it was cried, etc.  or, they were called in my hearing,
      Wheel, or Galgal.
       * :13
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - every.
       * :21; 1:6-10 1Ki 7:29,36 Re 4:7
    - the face of a cherub.
      In ch. 10 1:10, instead of "the face of a cherub," it is "the
      face of an ox:"  hence a cherub was in the likeness of an ox,
      at least as to its head.  The extraordinary shape of these
      angelic beings, which appeared to the prophet in vision, is
      manifestly symbolical; for it is not to be supposed that
      these heavenly beings are really thus formed.  The four
      faces, wings, and the arms of a man, denote the sublime
      qualities of these immediate ministers of the Deity;
      qualities entirely essential to fill up the extent of their
      duty.  The face of a man denotes their intelligence; of a
      lion, their intrepid courage; of an ox, their patience and
      perseverance in labor; and of an eagle, their great
      penetration, their sublime sight into heavenly things, and
      their readiness to rise up into all that is great and divine.
      The wings being stretched out, signifies their readiness and
      rapidity in obeying the commands of their Master; the wings
      bent down, denotes their profound respect before the Lord of
      the Universe; and the man's arms under the wings, shew that
      zeal produces application and labor.
    
    
    VERSE 15 
     - lifted.
       * :18,19; 8:6; 11:22 Ho 9:12
    - This.
       * :20; 1:5,13,14; 43:3
    
    VERSE 16
        * Eze 1:19-21
    
    
    VERSE 17 
     - for.
       * Eze 1:12,20,21
    - of the living creature.  or, of life.
       * Ge 2:7 Ro 8:2 Re 11:11
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - the glory.
       * :4; 7:20-22 Ps 78:60,61 Jer 6:8; 7:12-14 Ho 9:12 Mt 23:37-39
    - and stood.
       * :3,4 Ge 3:24 2Ki 2:11 Ps 18:10; 68:17,18
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - the cherubims.
       * Eze 1:17-21; 11:22,23
    - of the east.
       * Eze 8:16; 43:4
    - and the glory.
       * :1; 1:26-28
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - the living.
       * :15; 1:22-28; 3:23
    - the river.
       * Eze 1:1
    - and I.
       * 1Ki 6:29-35; 7:36
    
    
    VERSE 21 
     - had four.
       * :14; 1:8-10; 41:18,19 Re 4:7
    - and the.
       * :8
    
    
    VERSE 22 
     - the likeness.
       * Eze 1:10
    - they went.
       * :11; 1:12 Ho 14:9
    
    
    
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