Ezekiel began prophesying during the 5th year of Jehoiakim’s captivity which was 593BC. Judging from his last dated prophecy (Ezekiel 27:19), it was 571 BC, the 27th year of captivity; thus he prophesied for at least 22 years. Chapters 1-24 were written before Jerusalem was destroyed. Ezekiel’s fellow captives stubbornly persisted in believing that Jerusalem would never fall and the temple would never be destroyed. Ezekiel has the task of showing them why these judgments would take place.
In addition, he was appointed to show the surrounding Gentile nations their own inevitable judgment. After the fall of Jerusalem, Ezekiel is commissioned to reveal Israel’s future restoration and Jerusalem’s coming glory.
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Ezekiel’s Call and Vision of God
Judgment on Judah and Jerusalem
Judgment on the Gentile Nations
The Destruction of Israel
The Shepherds of Israel Denounced and the Destruction of Edom
Gathering of Israel
War upon Israel
Entrance of the Prince; various duties and services to be done concerning people and land
Ezekiel 44 – 46