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Ezekiel 1&2 God's chariots and God telling Ezekiel to warn the rebellious nations

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Ezekiel 3&4 Ezekiel commanded to eat a scroll & to bear the iniquity of Israel & Judah for 430 days

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Ezekiel 5&6 Jerusalem will be scattered and every idol and false god will be destroyed

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Ezekiel 7&8; Disaster coming to Jerusalem; People worshipping false gods to help themselves

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Ezekiel 9&10 God's punishing angels destroy Jerusalem and God's glory leaves the temple

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Ezekiel 11&12 God destroys Jerusalem's leaders and Ezekiel pretends to leave like an exile

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Ezekiel 13&14 False prophets will be proven false and idolaters will be killed

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Ezekiel 15&16 Jerusalem is wood for fire because she became worse than a prostitute

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Ezekiel 17&18 The Eagle and the vine; God rewards & punishes us for what we do individually

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Ezekiel 19&20 God says Israel is like a female lion; God scattering & gathering to kill the rebels

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Ezekiel 21&22 Babylon, the sword of God; Ezekiel speaks about Jerusalem's evil deeds

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Ezekiel 23&24 Two sisters Oholah & Oholibah; Rot in Jerusalem to be boiled

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Ezekiel 25&26 God destroys Ammon, Moab and Edom for gloating over Israel; God destroys Tyre also

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Ezekiel 27&28 The city of Tyre that is now no more and the spirit behind the Prince of Tyre

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Ezekiel 29&30 God humbles Egypt forever and the Spirit behind the King of Egypt is Leviathan

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Ezekiel 31&32 Assyria is a tall tree that God cut down; The sea dragon spirit that is Egypt

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Ezekiel 33&34 Ezekiel chosen to be watchman and God himself will be shepherd

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Ezekiel 35&36 Desolation in Mt Seir and Israel rebuilt so people will know who is the Lord God

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Ezekiel 37&38 Vision of dry bones coming to life and prophecy of Gog invading the land

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Ezekiel 39&40 Death of Gog who attacked unwalled people and the new temple

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Ezekiel 41 43 The inner court of the temple, the chambers and Glory of God returns to the temple

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Ezekiel 46&47 The Prince's offerings and water flowing from the temple into the Dead Sea