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Ezekiel Please Explain?? Thread starter Jake Start date Feb 8, Been reading bits and pieces of Ezekiel and although i do know that this book has to do a lot with prophecy that verse doesn't make sense to me. Can some one please care to explain if in the context of prophecy what does it mean or if not what does it mean, either way? Ezekiel : 20 There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses.
Hi Jake and God's blessings to you! If you like the folowing commentary, you can use it for whatever Scripture you choose: For she doted upon their paramours, Jake said:. Click to expand Thanks for the replies netchaplain and Major, Hung like donkeys bible a still bit bedazzled here So the women mentioned there were metaphors, what about the rest of the scripture? What i want to know is this completely metaphorically speaking or did this really happen?
I ask this because i thought Ezekiel was a prophetical book Sorry for the confusion.
Hello Jake, if I may chime in here? So to your question: While the two women are metaphors for Jerusalem and Syria, the idolatry and spiritual whoredom were actual sins committed by those people of Jerusalem and Syria as listed. The reference to Egypt looks back to the time of the Egyptian captivity before the Exodus and during that trek through the wilderness.
Even then they lusted after the treasures and luxuries of Egypt. But after they were settled in their own land they played the harlot with Assyria Hence the prophetic indictment of their harlotry. Hope this helps.
Gavin said:. One thing to keep in mind The actual original Hebrew of the Old Testament is pretty graphic The King James translators were aware that their copy would be read from the pulpit in church - in the common language - and that women and children would be present JohnC said:.
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