Prophets-Neviim: Ezekiel, Vol. Two
This volume commences with the prophecy of the destruction of the great Phoenician commercial cities, Tyre and Zidon, and the destruction and restoration of Egypt. It continues with the prophet's discourse on the efficacy of repentance. It includes also the narrative of the fugitive who comes from the destruction of Jerusalem and reports the dire news of the fall of the city. The famous version of the dry bones also appears in this volume. The book concludes with the weights and measures of the future, along with the plan of the future Temple and the future boundaries of the Holy Land, depicting the territories of each tribe, as well as the territory allotted the Prince (Messiah).
Translated and compiled by Rabbi A.J. Rosenberg
Hardcover | 5.5" x 8.5" | 464 pages | 0-910818-88-6