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Ezekiel 4 - 5, 12, 24, 37 Enacted Parables

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EzekielSteve Gregg

This analysis examines the enacted parables found in Ezekiel 4, 5, 12, 24, and 37, as interpreted by Steve Gregg. Gregg explores the symbolic actions commanded to the prophet Ezekiel in these chapters, shedding light on their profound meanings and implications. By dissecting the bizarre and elaborate demonstrations, Gregg uncovers the messages conveyed by God through Ezekiel's unconventional methods, including foretelling the fall of Jerusalem and the sufferings of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah. Additionally, Gregg discusses the significance of these enacted parables in understanding the future of the Israelite nation and the establishment of a unified kingdom under one king.

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