"God often uses analogies and parallels to help us better understand the gravity of sin, and this is what God does in the book of Ezekiel. The word of the LORD came to Ezekiel with a parable about two sisters who played the harlot: Oholah the elder, and Oholibah her younger sister. Oholah represented Israel (or Samaria) and Oholibah represented Jerusalem. The LORD speaks of their self-indulgent lifestyles. They were two beautiful
women who lusted after men that God had told them not to go after. As a result of living out their lustful fantasies and promiscuous lifestyles of conscious sin, they were given up to their way of life. Like the sisters, Israel and Jerusalem had lusted after the ways of other nations around them and made deals with them, instead of obeying and trusting in
the LORD. At the end, the LORD gave them up to their own passions. They fell because they did not restrain or repent of their lust and sin––they celebrated it.
Bible Discovery TV - The Daily Show (2023) -June 2023.
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