"Ezekiel was living in Babylon when Jerusalem was captured. He was a priest with no Temple or place to worship God. God had chosen to destroy the Temple but not because the LORD was upset or angry with the Temple itself, He was very disappointed with His people; they had sinned horribly. That three-letter word ‘S-I-N’ is used to describe rebellion toward God, and God judged them accordingly. We are the ones who miss the
mark of God's work and will. In our study of Ezekiel 40, God takes the prophet to the land of Israel and puts him on a high mountain. This is unusual for prophets. Normally they are given the words that God would give them to speak, but in Ezekiel's case, the LORD took him to a physical place in a vision. Through Ezekiel, God would give the house of Israel, and us, a glimpse of the sights, measurements, and details of a new city
and a new Temple.
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