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The Hebrew verb עָשָׂה (asah) is frequently used in conjunction with the direct object מִשְׁפָּט (mishpat) in the Hebrew Tanakh. In the context of the laity, it typically means keeping the commandments of the Law of Moses as instructed (Lev. 18:2-4). In the context of judges, it typically means judging righteously according to the Law of Moses (Lev. 19:15). ...


The Book of Ezekiel has been identified as one of the most difficult to study. The theme often changes dramatically from chapter to chapter, returning in a later chapter to a previous theme. The overall theme of the book is God's anger with Jerusalem because the people worship other gods, and he has chosen the priest Ezekiel to warn them, especially the ...

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