EZEKIEL



CHAPTER 1

  1. In what year did Ezekiel receive his vision from God?
  2. What did Ezekiel see in his vision?
  3. What faces did the four living creatures have?
  4. What moved with the living creatures whenever they moved?
  5. What do the wheels represent?
  6. What do the living creatures represent?
  7. What caused the living creatures to move?
  8. What did Ezekiel see in the firmament above the living creatures?

CHAPTER 2

  1. What was the message that Ezekiel received from the Spirit?
  2. What did the briers, thorns, and scorpions represent?

CHAPTER 3

  1. What was the scroll that Ezekiel ate?
  2. What were Ezekiel’s feelings about having to speak to the people?
  3. What is God's principle concerning those who turn from sin or turn from righteousness?
  4. What can happen to those who do not speak or warn someone in sin?
  5. What did God do to Ezekiel for a period of time?

CHAPTER 4

  1. What model did Ezekiel make?
  2. How many days did Ezekiel have to lie on his side for the sins of Israel and Judah?
  3. How was Ezekiel to cook his food? Why?
  4. What did the measuring of food symbolize?

CHAPTER 5

  1. How did Ezekiel's hair represent what would happen to Israel?

CHAPTER 6

  1. What would God lay on the mountains of Israel?
  2. Who would remember God?

CHAPTER 7

  1. What did God say was near and the time had come?
  2. What did the people do with their gold and silver?

CHAPTER 8

  1. What did God show Ezekiel that the people were doing in the temple?
  2. What were the walls of the sanctuary covered with?
  3. What were the women doing in the court of the sanctuary?

CHAPTER 9

  1. In Ezekiel's vision, what happened to the people of Israel?

CHAPTER 10

  1. What did Ezekiel see again that he had seen at the River Chebar?
  2. What was taken from among the wheels of the cherubim?

CHAPTER 11

  1. What advice were the leading men of the city giving the people?
  2. What evil had Israel begun to do?
  3. Why did the people have a stoney heart?

CHAPTER 12

  1. What prophecy did Ezekiel portray concerning the ruler of Judah in the city?
  2. Why would the ruler not see the land to where he was being taken captive?

CHAPTER 13

  1. What were the prophets telling the people?
  2. What did the wall that was built represent?
  3. What would happen to the wall?

CHAPTER 14

  1. Why would God be the one to answer anyone who inquired of a prophet?
  2. a. Why would the prophets speak? b. What would God do to him?
  3. What three men could be saved from God's wrath and why?

CHAPTER 15

  1. To what did God compare Israel?
  2. What did God consider the worth of Israel?

CHAPTER 16

  1. To what did God compare Israel?
  2. What had Israel trusted in rather than God?
  3. What abomination did Jerusalem commit with their children?
  4. Why was Jerusalem like an adulterous wife? How were they different from a harlot?
  5. How would God judge Jerusalem?
  6. What is the meaning of like mother, like daughter?
  7. Jerusalem's sins were worse than what cities?
  8. Who would become daughters to Jerusalem? Why?

CHAPTER 17

  1. Who was the great eagle who took the cedar from the highest branch?
  2. Who was the second eagle that the branch turned to?
  3. Who was the branch?
  4. Who was the branch that God would turn into a tree?
  5. Who are the birds that will dwell under the tree?

CHAPTER 18

  1. What did God say would happen to the soul of those who live righteously?
  2. What happened to the soul of an unrighteous son even though his father was righteous?
  3. What would happen to the soul of one who turned from unrighteousness to righteousness?
  4. What would happen to the soul of a righteous man who turned from his righteousness to iniquity?
  5. a. What did God want the people to turn away? b. What did God want the people to have?
  6. What pleasure does God have with a lost soul?

CHAPTER 19

  1. What was the reputation of Israel at first?
  2. What happened to Israel in the end?

CHAPTER 20

  1. Of whom would God not be inquired?
  2. To what had the elders fallen from God?
  3. Why did God not totally destroy Israel?
  4. How were the people sanctified by the Lord?
  5. What was the purpose of the Sabbath?
  6. a. What would be the fire that would be kindled in Israel? b. What are the green trees and dry trees that will be devoured?

CHAPTER 21

  1. Who would God use as a sword against Judah?
  2. Why would the Ammonites also be destroyed?
  3. Who would take the place of the prince of Israel?

CHAPTER 22

  1. What did the house of Israel become to God?
  2. What had the priest and leaders not done?
  3. What was the untempered mortar the priest gave the people?

CHAPTER 23

  1. Who are the two harlots?
  2. Even though Judah saw what happened to Israel, what did they do?

CHAPTER 24

  1. In what year was the siege of Babylon?
  2. a. What did the caldron represent? b. What did the pieces of meat represent?
  3. a. What did God take from Ezekiel as a sign to Judah? b. What did this represent?

CHAPTER 25

  1. Why would Amnon be destroyed by God?
  2. Why would Moab be destroyed?

CHAPTER 26

  1. Who would God send against Tyre?
  2. Why would the coast lands be troubled at the fall of Tyre?

CHAPTER 27

  1. How did all the nations trade with Tyre?

CHAPTER 28

  1. Why did Tyre say in their heart 'they were like a God'?
  2. How was Tyre in Eden the garden of God?

CHAPTER 29

  1. Why would Egypt be destroyed?
  2. Who are the fish attached to Egypt?
  3. Who would God give as a reward to the king of Babylon for his labor against Tyre?

CHAPTER 30

  1. What nation was God going to totally weaken?
  2. Who would God use to destroy Egypt?

CHAPTER 31

  1. To what once great nation is Egypt compared?
  2. Who are the trees in the garden of God?
  3. Why was the nation of Assyria destroyed?
  4. What will happen to some trees in the garden of God?

CHAPTER 32

  1. Who are the uncircumcised in the pit?
  2. Who are some of the nations that will be brought down during this time?

CHAPTER 33

  1. What is a watchman for the Lord?
  2. If a watchman does not do his job, what will happen to him and the people?
  3. If a righteous person commits iniquity, will his righteousness save him?
  4. How does one trust in his own righteousness?
  5. How did the people receive Ezekiel's words?

CHAPTER 34

  1. Who are the shepherds of Israel?
  2. What were the shepherds not doing?
  3. What is the difference between the fat and the lean sheep?
  4. a. Who is the shepherd established over God's people? b. Who would be the God of the people?
  5. Who are the trees of the earth that will yield their fruit?

CHAPTER 35

  1. Of what nation was Mount Seir?

CHAPTER 36

  1. What is personified in this prophecy of Israel?
  2. Why would God bring salvation to His people?

CHAPTER 37

  1. Why was Israel like dry bones?
  2. What would God do for the house of Israel and Judah?
  3. What does the land of Jacob symbolize today?

CHAPTER 38

  1. What was the visual appearance of Gog?
  2. In the latter days, who would Gog come against?
  3. What would happen to Gog?

CHAPTER 39

  1. How will Gog be buried by the house of Israel?
  2. What does the sacrificial meal (Gog) symbolize?
  3. What people will understand why Israel was taken captive?
  4. What will God pour out on the house of Israel?

CHAPTER 40-41

  1. What does the temple wall represent?
  2. What do the seven steps leading up to the wall represent?
  3. What do the inner rooms around the Holy Place represent?

CHAPTER 44

  1. Why could no one enter the inner sanctuary through the gate facing east?
  2. What would the Levites not be able to do for God?
  3. What would the Levites be able to do in the temple?
  4. What were the priests to wear on their heads while ministering?

CHAPTER 46

  1. What did the people entering by one gate and leaving by the opposite gate represent?

CHAPTER 47

  1. What did the water flowing from the temple represent?
  2. Who do the great multitude of fish represent?