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    EZEKIEL 37

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      1  By the resurrection of dry bones,
    11  the dead hope of Israel is revived.
    15  By the uniting of two sticks,
    18  is shewn the incorporation of Israel into Judah.
    21  The promises of Christ's kingdom.
    
    
    VERSE 1
    - hand.
      In this vision, the dry bones aptly represent the ruined and
      desperate state of both Israel and Judah; and the
      revivification of these bones signifies their restoration to
      their own land after their captivity, and also their recovery
      from their present long dispersion.  Although this is the
      primary and genuine scope of the vision, yet the doctrine of
      a general resurrection of the dead may justly be inferred
      from it; for "a simile of the resurrection," says Jerome,
      after Tertullian and others, "would never have been used to
      signify the restoration of the people of Israel, unless such
      a future resurrection had been believed and known; because no
      one attempts to confirm uncertain things by things which have
      no existence."
    
       * Eze 1:3; 3:14,22; 33:22; 40:1 Re 1:10
    - carried.
       * Eze 8:3; 11:24 1Ki 18:12 2Ki 2:16 Lu 4:1 Ac 8:39
    
    
    VERSE 2 
     - valley.  or, champaign.
       * De 11:30
    - they were.
       * :11 Ps 141:7
    
    
    VERSE 3 
     - can.
       * Joh 6:5,6
    - O Lord God.
       * De 32:29 1Sa 2:6 Joh 5:21; 11:25,26 Ac 26:8 Ro 4:17 2Co 1:9,10
       * Heb 11:19
    
    
    VERSE 4 
     - Prophesy.
       * :11,15,16 Nu 20:8 1Ki 13:2 Mt 21:21 Joh 2:5
    - O ye.
       * Eze 36:1 Isa 26:19; 42:18 Jer 22:29 Mic 6:2 Joh 5:25,28,29
    
    
    VERSE 5 
     - I will.
       * :9,10,14 Ge 2:7 Ps 104:29,30 Joh 20:22 Ro 8:2 Eph 2:5
    
    
    VERSE 6 
     - I will.
       * :8-10
    - ye shall.
       * :14; 6:7,13; 7:4,9; 11:10,12; 20:38; 28:22-26; 32:15; 34:27
       * Eze 35:9,12,15; 38:23; 39:6,22,28 De 29:6 1Ki 20:28 Isa 49:23
       * Joe 2:27; 3:17
    
    
    VERSE 7 
     - I prophesied as.
       * Jer 13:5-7; 26:8 Ac 4:19; 5:20-29
    - there.
       * 1Ki 19:11-13 Ac 2:2,37; 16:26-29
    
    
    VERSE 8 
     - the sinews and.
       * Isa 66:14
    - skin covered.
       * Ne 10:29
    - breath.  Heb. ruach.
       * Ge 6:17 Mt 23:13-28
    
    
    VERSE 9 
     - wind.  or, breath.  Come.
       * :5,14 So 4:16 Joh 3:8
    
    
    VERSE 10 
     - the breath.
       * Ps 104:30 Re 11:11; 20:4,5
    
    
    VERSE 11 
     - whole house.
       * :16,19; 36:10; 39:25 Jer 31:1; 33:24-26 Ho 1:11 Ro 11:26
       * 2Co 5:14 Eph 2:1
    - Our bones.
       * :1-8 Nu 17:12,13 Ps 77:7-9; 141:7 Isa 40:27; 49:14 Jer 2:25
    
    
    VERSE 12 
     - Therefore.
       * Job 35:14,15
    - I will open.
      This is a pointed allusion to the resurrection; under which
      figure Isaiah (ch. 9 26:9) also describes the restoration of
      the house of Israel, when he says, "thy dead men shall live;"
      at which time their bones are said to flourish, (ch. 14 66:14,)
      or to be restored to their former strength and vigor; and,
      in like manner, St. Paul, (Ro 11:15,) expresses their
      conversion by "life from the dead."  In the land of their
      captivity, they seemed as absolutely deprived of their
      country as persons committed to the grave are cut off from
      the land of the living; but when Cyrus issued his
      proclamation, Jehovah, as it were, opened their graves, and
      when he stirred up their spirits to embrace the proffered
      liberty, he put his Spirit within them, that they might live;
      and their re-establishment in their own land evinced the
      truth of God in the prediction, and his power in its
      accomplishment.
    
       * :21 Isa 26:19; 66:14 Ho 6:2; 13:14 1Th 4:16 Re 20:13
    - and bring.
       * :25; 28:25; 36:24 Ezr 1:1-2:70 Am 9:14,15
    
    VERSE 13
        * :6; 16:62 Ps 126:2,3
    
    
    VERSE 14 
     - shall put.
       * :9; 11:19; 36:27; 39:29 Isa 32:15 Joe 2:28,29 Zec 12:10
       * Ac 2:16,17 Ro 8:2,11 1Co 15:45 Tit 3:5,6
    - I the Lord.
       * Eze 17:24; 22:14; 36:36
    
    VERSE 15
    
    
    VERSE 16 
     - take thee.
       * Nu 17:2,3
    - For Judah.
       * 2Ch 10:17; 11:11-17; 15:9; 30:11-18
    - For Joseph.
       * 1Ki 12:16-20 2Ch 10:19
    
    VERSE 17
        * :22-24 Isa 11:13 Jer 50:4 Ho 1:11 Zep 3:9
    
    
    VERSE 18 
     - Wilt.
       * Eze 12:9; 17:12; 20:49; 24:19
    
    
    VERSE 19 
     - Behold.
       * :16,17 1Ch 9:1-3 Zec 10:6 Eph 2:13,14 Col 3:11
    
    
    VERSE 20 
     - in thine.
       * Eze 12:3 Nu 17:6-9 Ho 12:10
    
    VERSE 21
        * Eze 34:13; 36:24; 39:25 De 30:3,4 Isa 11:11-16; 27:12,13; 43:6; 49:12
       * Jer 16:15; 23:3,8; 29:14; 30:3,10,18; 31:8-10; 32:37; 33:7,11; 50:19
       * Am 9:14,15 Ob 1:17-21 Mic 7:11,12
    
    
    VERSE 22 
     - I will make.
       * Isa 11:12,13 Jer 3:18; 32:39; 50:4 Ho 1:11 Eph 2:19-22
    - and one.
      It is evident that the grand union of Israel and Judah here
      predicted, and their government under one king, and that king
      to be David, must still be future; for, politically speaking,
      they never had a king from that day to this, far less a king
      or prince of that name.  (See on ch. 23 34:23.)
    
       * :24; 34:23,24 Ge 49:10 Ps 2:6,12; 72:1,8 Isa 9:6,7 Jer 23:5,6
       * Jer 33:14-17,26 Ho 3:4,5 Lu 1:32,33 Joh 10:16 Re 11:15
    
    
    VERSE 23 
     - shall they defile.
       * Eze 20:43; 36:25,29,31; 43:7,8 Isa 2:18 Ho 14:8 Zec 13:1,2; 14:21
    - but.
       * Eze 36:24,29 Le 20:7,8 Mic 7:14
    - will cleanse.
       * Eph 5:26,27 Heb 9:13,14 1Jo 1:7,9
    - they be.
       * :27; 36:28; 39:22 Ge 17:7,8 Ps 68:20,35 Jer 31:1,33; 32:38,39
       * Ho 1:10 Zec 13:9 Re 21:3,4,7
    
    
    VERSE 24 
     - David.
       * :25 Isa 55:3,4 Jer 23:5; 30:9 Ho 3:5 Lu 1:32
    - one.
       * :22; 34:23,24 Ps 78:71,72; 80:1 Ec 12:11 Isa 40:11 Mic 5:2,4
       * Zec 13:7 Joh 10:11,14-16 Eph 4:4-6 Heb 13:20 1Pe 5:4
    - they shall.
       * Eze 36:27 De 30:6 Jer 31:33; 32:39 1Co 11:2 Eph 2:10 Php 2:12,13
       * Tit 2:11-13; 3:3-8 1Jo 2:6
    
    
    VERSE 25 
     - they shall dwell in.
       * :21; 28:25; 36:28; 37:26 Jer 30:3; 31:24; 32:41
    - even they.
       * Isa 60:21; 66:22 Joe 3:20 Am 9:15 Zep 3:14,15 Zec 14:11
    - and my.
       * :24 Isa 9:6,7 Da 2:44,45 Zec 6:12,13 Lu 1:32,33 Joh 12:34
       * Heb 7:2,21
    
    
    VERSE 26 
     - I will make.
       * Eze 34:25 Ge 17:7 2Sa 23:5 Ps 89:3,4 Isa 55:3; 59:20,21 Jer 32:40
       * Ho 2:18-23 Joh 14:27 Heb 13:20,21
    - multiply.
       * Eze 36:10,37 Isa 27:6; 49:21 Jer 30:19; 31:27 Zec 8:4,5 Heb 6:14
    - set.
       * Eze 11:16; 43:7; 45:1-6 Le 26:11,12 1Ki 8:20,21 Ps 68:18 Zec 2:5
       * 2Co 6:16
    
    
    VERSE 27 
     - tabernacle.
       * Joh 1:14 Col 2:9,10 Re 21:3,22
    - I will.
       * :23; 11:20; 14:11; 36:28 Le 26:12 Ho 2:23
    
    
    VERSE 28 
     - the heathen.
       * Eze 36:23,36; 38:23; 39:7,23 Ps 79:10; 102:15; 126:2 Ro 11:15
    - sanctify.
       * Eze 20:12 Ex 31:13 Le 20:8; 21:8 Joh 17:17-19 1Co 1:30 Eph 5:26
       * 1Th 5:23
    
    
    
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