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Usage examples for Ezechiel

  1. Their skill as harpists, and their love of music, are indicated by the prophetic denunciation in Ezechiel where the ceasing of songs and the sound of the harp are threatened as a calamity they were likely specially to feel. – An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 by Mary Frances Cusack
  2. In some of their prophecies, particular mention is made of the observance of Jewish festivals, and of sacrifices; and in Ezechiel we find a description of a magnificent Temple, which being closely connected with his prophecy of the future happy state of the Israelites in their own land, cannot be understood of any other than a Temple which is then, according to the Hebrew Prophets, to be reared with greater magnificence than ever. – The Grounds of Christianity Examined by Comparing The New Testament with the Old by George Bethune English
  3. As th' English now, so did the stiff- neckt Iewes, Their noble Prophets vtterly refuse, 60 And of these men such poore opinions had; They counted Esay and Ezechiel mad; When Ieremy his Lamentations writ, They thought the Wizard quite out of his wit, Such sots they were, as worthily to ly, Lock't in the chaines of their captiuity, Knowledge hath still her Eddy in her Flow, So it hath beene, and it will still be so. – Minor Poems of Michael Drayton by Michael Drayton