Along with Daniel, Ezekiel was the great prophetic encourager of God’s exiled people in Babylon. Though many of his prophecies are dark with the anger and judgment of the LORD, others are filled with hope: hope of final restoration to the Land, hope of a coming Messianic king, hope of new life in the Spirit, and hope of the eternal worship of the LORD in his eternal eschatological Temple.
In Ezekiel’s prophecies many of our premillennial friends find predictions of God’s future plans for ethnic Israel in a literal Millennium. However, for reasons that will become clear in the articles below, such an interpretation falls far short of the glory and grandeur of what God was actually promising ALL His people in these amazing OT kingdom prophecies.
- Amillennial Interpretation of Ezekiel 40-49 (Kim Riddlebarger)
- Ezekiel’s Vision of the World to Come (Dean Davis)
- Ezekiel’s Last Battle (Dean Davis)
- Resurrection Life in the Valley of Dry Bones (Dean Davis)
- Two Sticks, One Cross, One Nation (Dean Davis)