Ezekiel 46

The remainder is chiefly concerned with the feast and offering (45:18-46:15), but at the end are two notes, one about the right of the prince to bestow part of his territory on his sons or servants (46:16-18) and the other about rooms in the temple courts to be used as kitchens for boiling the flesh of the sacrifices (46:19-24).

  1. What is said three times in 45:15-20 to be the purpose of the sacrifices? If they had not been offered, could the people have had any assurance in drawing near to God? What in the New Testament is revealed as the true ground of atonement? Cf. Heb. 10:4-10; 1 John 2:1, 2.

Notes

  1. 46:19 defines the positions of the priests’ Kitchens, and verses 21-24 define the position of the people’s kitchens.
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