| Introduction to
Ezekielís Seventy Years
Spanning the spring of 1938 to the spring of 2008
The book of Ezekiel is the story of Israel and the world since the spring of 1938. By fourteen very specific dates, Ezekiel highlights significant events in global developments in our time. The accuracy of this information, revealed now that all of these fourteen dates are past, serves a powerful purpose:
Seeing the accuracy of prophecies now past,
we will believe the certainty of the prophecies yet future!
Ezekiel 33 through 35 describe (1) the tragic but necessary emptying of the land of Israel; shortly followed by (2) a massive migration of the remnant of Israel back to this land from every nation of the world in a few days; (3) the subsequent invasion of the land by the armies of China and Russia, with Iran and many others, and (4) their ultimate death and burial in this land. Every one of these events will come just as described! Daniel 11-12 describes these events in summary form!
Easily access the information of greatest immediate interest to you: read the entire Introduction for perspective; go directly to the sections of interest below; or skip directly to the date-related information in the respective verses:
A Whole New Look at Ezekiel!
Seventy Year Prophecies Good Words Span of Seventy Years
Names of Ezekiel and Buzi The Thirtieth Year The Month and Day
Among Captives River of Chebar Heavens were Opened
I Saw Visions of Elohim Who is Egypt? Jehoiachinís Captivity
Ezekiel 1:1 Ezekiel 8:1 Ezekiel 20:1 Ezekiel 24:1 Ezekiel 26:1
Ezekiel 29:1 Ezekiel 29:17 Ezekiel 30:20 Ezekiel 31:1 Ezekiel 32:1
Ezekiel 32:17 Ezekiel 33:21 Ezekiel 40:1
Originally Written: 7 June 2006
Latest Update: 4 June 2008
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