Ezekiel was a deeply committed individual among the citizens of Judah who had been deported to Babylon when Nebuchadnezzar invaded Jerusalem in 598-597 BC. His Hebrew name means “the strength of God.” Ezekiel received his call as a prophet at the age of 30, the year he should have started his duties as a priest. The book of Ezekiel contains visions and prophetic utterances given by Ezekiel through inspiration of God’s Holy Spirit. There are three sections outlined in the book: 1) Judgment against the Israelites in Judah; 2) Prophecies of God’s judgment on the nations surrounding Judah; 3) The promise of Israel’s restoration. Ezekiel’s ministry covers a time span of about 22 years from about 593 BC to 571 BC.
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