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"Ruah" literally means "wind," but can be used to mean "spirit" in some contexts. The phrasing: "hinnabe el..." is used throughout the book of Ezekiel to mean "prophesy about..." or "prophesy to...." Unlike any other prophet, Ezekiel likes to prophesy about inanimate and physical things. Here are the instances: 6:1 - prophesy about the mountains of Israel ...


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"Prophesy" [בא] BA = come. [נבא] NBA = Ni-VA = (nif-al) simple-passive of come = that which is coming, impending. [נבא] then becomes a nifal passive derivative "root word" - an example where some soresh types are actually derivatives of more fundamental soresh types. [באי] B_i = imperative/cohortative towards 2nd person feminine = instruct you-girl to ...


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I've been studying ezekiel for over a year now Much with Daniel Block's commentary The prince appears to be as ethbaal Or his figurehead And the King as the underlining satan Later in ezekiel In the renewed temple There is a prince that has some appearance as Gods son Jesus Christ Very human tyre means literally rock The act of immolation of ...


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The general opinion of scholars seems to be that Ezekiel's bared arm signified the Lord's hostility toward his people and/or his readiness to act against them. Dr. Thomas Constable of Dallas Theological Seminary says Ezekiel's act of facing Jerusalem with his arm bared signified Yahweh's hostility toward his people [Constable's Notes]. Lamar Cooper suggests ...


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The Idea in Brief Ezekiel was despondent, which appears to be the meaning of the ESV translation "overwhelmed." That is, the Spirit of the Lord was upon him to prophesy, but he was despondent for several days, which left the exiles in silence. Discussion First, the verb מַשְׁמִים (mašmîm) is a hifil participle from √šmm "to lie deserted; to lie stiff ...



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