Chapter 33 The prophet has now come off his circuit, which he went as judge, in God's name, to try and pass sentence upon the neighbouring nations, and, having finished with them, and read them all their doom, in the eight chapters foregoing, he now returns to the children of his people, and receives further instructions what to say to them. Ezekiel. Eze 33:1-33. Ezekiel chapters 18 and 33 serve similar thematic and structural functions within the book as a whole. ... Chapter 33.
As God explained the duties of a watchman, Ezekiel is appointed as a watchman for Israel. Ezekiel 33-34 New International Version (NIV) Renewal of Ezekiel’s Call as Watchman.
Here the people *worshipped the false god. A wicked person must start to obey God. Ezekiel saw the *glory of God as he had seen it before (Ezekiel chapter 1; Ezekiel 3:23). And he saw the image of a false god. Verses 5-6 The *Lord told Ezekiel to look toward the north. Ezekiel chapter 33 1611 KJV (King James Version) 1 Againe the worde of the Lord came vnto mee, saying,. a. I Myself will search for My sheep and seek them out: Out of love for His sheep, God promised to do the work that the unfaithful shepherds would not do. But there also was the *glory of the real God. Book of Ezekiel Summary The Short Story.  The call to personal righteousness in order to "live" and the call to repent amidst questions of God's justice first presented in chapter 18 are reviewed in chapter 33 in almost verbatim fashion. But here we placed the assumption on the starting point based on Jehoiachin’s captivity as in Ezekiel chapter 1. Ezekiel Chapter 33. i. 3 If when he seeth the sword come vpon the land, hee blow the trumpet, and warne the people,
If a watchman sees the armies coming and blows his trumpet and people fail to heed the warning—hey, they deserve to die. Verse 4 There was the false god. And a good person must continue to obey God.
 However, chapter 33 introduces another idea not found in chapter 18: in Ezek. We may need to revisit specifically the dates in Ezekiel. God explains the reasons for the deaths of everyone who'll die in the Babylonian invasion. This passage is teaching basic principles. eze 33:0. Renewal of Ezekiel's Commission, Now that He Is Again to Address His Countrymen, and in a New Tone. The prophet, after having addressed several other nations, returns now to his own; previously to which he is told, as on a former occasion, the duty of a watchman, the salvation or ruin of whose soul depends on the manner in which he discharges it. CHAPTER 33. Heretofore his functions had been chiefly threatening; from this point, after the evil had got to its worst in the overthrow of Jerusalem, the consolatory element preponderates.According to the duty of a watchman in warning the people, Ezekiel is admoished of his …