Major Prophets Ezekiel

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True

True/False: The book of Ezekiel mentions Daniel.

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False

True/False: Gog and Magog are names for the Babylonians

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glory of God

Ezekiel's one supreme truth

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until fall of Jerusalem

how long Ezekiel was mute for

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90

number of times "Son of Man" is used of Ezekiel

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Son of Man

title used 90 times of Ezekiel to describe his humanity

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his beauty

what Satan was proud of

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the anointed cherub

what God refers to the King of Tyre as

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king of Tyre

king who Satan speaks through in the book of Ezekiel

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1948

Israel recognized as a nation

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God will strengthen/hardened by God

meaning of the name Ezekiel

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priestly

Ezekiel's background was ______________.

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Jeremiah, Daniel

two contemporaries of Ezekiel

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592-570 B.C.

dates for Ezekiel

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25

age when he was taken into captivity

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30

age at which Ezekiel began his ministry

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22 years

length of Ezekiel's ministry

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symbolic

Ezekiel's communication style

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precise chronological arrangement

Ezekiel is the only major prophet to utilize:

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10

number of Ezekiel's given symbolic acts

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True

True/False: Ezekiel's commissioning is the longest call in the Bible.

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Chebar

canal in Babylon connecting the Tigris and Euphrates

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cherubim

order of angels with direct access to God who bore his throne chariot

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omniscience of God

what the wheels with eyes pictured in Ezekiel's vision

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cloud, cherubim, 4 wheels, expanse, throne

five visions Ezekiel has the beginning of the book

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4

total number of theophanies experienced by Ezekiel

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rebellious house

phrase used 8 times for Ezekiel's audience

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4

number of times Ezekiel is told not to fear the people

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scroll of condemnation

Chapters 4-32

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prophet recommissioned

Chapter 33

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Chapters 4-32

scroll of condemnation

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Chapter 33

the prophet recommissioned

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eating of the scroll

symbolic of prophet's commitment to deliver God's Word with his very life

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prophet's commitment to deliver God's Word with his very life

what Ezekiel eating the scroll was symbolic of

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honey

what the scroll tasted of

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removal of any unwillingness to become a prophet

what Ezekiel eating the scroll signified

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7 day silence

what Ezekiel's ministry began with

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his home

where Ezekiel was to remain unless told otherwise

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tile, lying about, unclean food, shaved head

four signs Ezekiel performed to tell of the coming siege of Jerusalem

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operation of the siege

what the sign of the tile told about the siege

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duration

what the lying about symbolized

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conditions

what the unclean food symbolized about the siege

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results

what the shaved head symbolized about the siege

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tile

represented the operation of the siege

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shaved head

represented the results of the siege

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lying about

represented the duration of the siege

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unclean food

represented the conditions of the siege

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iron pan

pictured strong barrier between the cry of the city and God

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left side

Ezekiel laying on this side represented judgment on the northern tribes

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390

number of days Ezekiel spent laying on his left side, representing judgment on the northern tribes

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south

Ezekiel laying facing this direction to represent judgment on Judah

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40

number of days Ezekiel spent laying on his right side, facing south to represent judgment on Judah

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confinement of the siege

what the tying of the ropes around Ezekiel while he performed the sign of laying about represented

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8-10 o.z., 2/3 quart

amount of food and water Ezekiel allowed to consume a day

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burned in the middle of the town

what Ezekiel did with the first 1/3 of his shaved off hair

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death in Jerusalem by famine and plague

what the burning of 1/3 of Ezekiel's hair represented

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chopped up throughout the city to represent those killed by the sword

what Ezekiel did with the 2nd 1/3 of his hair and what it meant

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scattered in air to represent the Exile

what Ezekiel did with the last 1/3 of his hair and what it represented

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the remnant

what the few strands of hair that Ezekiel tucked into his garment represented

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loss and hardship for remnant

what Ezekiel burning a few of the hairs in his garment represented

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430 days

length of the Jerusalem siege

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chain

object Ezekiel made to symbolize soon captivity

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Manasseh

king who placed false god inside the Temple, later removed by Josiah

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North Entrance to the Outer Court

place where Ezekiel saw the image of jealousy

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Entrance to the Inner Court

place where Ezekiel found the hole with the secret tunnel into chamber with images of beasts

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70

number of men practicing the cult religion beneath the Temple

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North Entrance to the Inner Court

where Ezekiel saw women weeping for Tammuz

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Tammuz

god of all crops, worshipped with fertility rites

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Between Entrance to Temple and Brazen Altar

where Ezekiel saw priests bowing to the east to worship the sun

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threshold of Temple

where God's presence moved to when it left the Ark due to the idolatry of the people

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taw

last letter of the Hebrew alphabet

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25 elders worshipping the sun

the man in linen is told to kill all those without the mark, or taw; who does he kill first?

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the Babylonians would burn the city in 586 B.C.

The man in linen spreads coals of fire over Jerusalem; what did this represent?

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east gate

gate where the departing glory of the Lord pauses before leaving

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Mt. Olives

mountain where God's glory stopped over before leaving altogether, and will be devoid of God's blessing till glory returns

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stayed on Mt. Olives for 3 1/2 years and withdrew in 10 stages

what the Midrash says about the glory of God departing from the Temple in Ezekiel

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Jan. 15, 588 B.C.

siege of Jerusalem begins

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Shem

son of Noah who Israel descended from

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Ham

son of Noah the Canaanites descended from

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Sodom

referred to by Ezekiel as a "sister of Jerusalem"

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Jebusites

people group who once inhabited Jerusalem, listed between the Hittites and Ammonites

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Nebuchadnezzar

who the 1st Eagle in Ezekiel's vision represented

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Zedekiah

represented by the top branch of cedar

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Egypt

country represented by the second eagle

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dig a hole through the wall, take his belongings on his shoulder while hiding his face to the wall

Ezekiel gave a sign about the coming captivity in 2 stages; the first was at day and the second at night. What did he do in this second stage?

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righteous man, violent son of a righteous man, righteous son of a wicked man

Ezekiel gives three scenarios to prove individual responsibility before God; list them:

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five

total number of dirge parables in Ezekiel

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lioness who loses her first cub

what the royal house of Judah is likened to in the first parable

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flourishing vine with strong branches that is plucked up, withered, and consumed by the fire of war

what the royal house of Judah is likened to in the second parable

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90

how the people were to avoid any public expression of grief about the destruction of Jerusalem in the future

The death of Ezekiel's wife and his lack of mourning was to represent what?

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Abrahamic Covenant

God's judgment on the foreign nations was based on this covenant

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Ammon, Moab, Edom, Philistia, Tyre, Sidon, Egypt

seven countries that contributed to Judah's downfall and Ezekiel pronounced judgment on

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"and they shall know that I am the Lord"

the prophecies against the seven nations all end with a purpose statement similar to this phrase

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Intertestamental Period

period during which Philistines appeared as a nation

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Gaza strip

modern landmass included in the Philistine territory

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Ethbaal III

prince of Tyre who declared "I am God. I sit in the seat of God."

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9 of 12

number of stones on Satan that also appear on the High Priests

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Sidon

headquarters of the worship of Baal, Ashtaroth, and Tammuz

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pricking brier, grieving thorn

how Ezekiel describes Sidon's influence of idolatry on Israel

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watchman

Ezekiel's second re-appointment was as a what?

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