MBS158 The Sign of the Two Sticks: Ezekiel 37:15-28

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MBS158THE SIGN OF THE TWO STICKS: EZEKIEL 37:15–28
By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

Chapter 37 is a highly symbolic chapter of the Book of Ezekiel. In verses 1–14, Ezekiel deals with the symbol of the dry bones, which pictures Israel as a regathered nation in a state of unbelief. This section deals with the sign of the two sticks, which pictures the reunification of the divided kingdom.

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MBS158 THE SIGN OF THE TWO STICKS: EZEKIEL 37:15–28
By Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. THE REUNIFICATION OF JUDAH AND ISRAEL—EZEKIEL 37:15–23

A. The Sign—Ezekiel 37:15–17
B. The Explanation—Ezekiel 37:18–20
C. The Application—Ezekiel 37:21–23

II. THE RESTORATION OF THE THRONE OF DAVID—EZEKIEL 37:24–25

A. The Offices of King and Shepherd—Ezekiel 37:24a
B. The Result of David’s Leadership—Ezekiel 37:24b
C. The Possession of the Land—Ezekiel 37:25a
D. The Office of Prince—Ezekiel 37:25b

III. THE MILLENNIAL TEMPLE—EZEKIEL 37:26–28

A. The Basis of the Millennial Temple—Ezekiel 37:26a
B. The Provisions of the New Covenant—Ezekiel 37:26b
C. The Relationship Between God and Israel—Ezekiel 37:27
D. The Results for the Gentiles—Ezekiel 37:28

The hand of Jehovah was upon me, and he brought me out in the Spirit of Jehovah and set me down in the midst of the valley, and it was full of bones.

Ezekiel 37:1

 

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