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  • Of Gog and Magog together we only read in Ezek.xxxviii. 2, a prophecy whence this in Revelation borrows many of its images.

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  • Without blessing, as it is said [Ezek. 44: 30]: “that a blessing may rest upon your home.”

    Eve: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • Traders and traveling merchants sometimes transported culture as well as goods (travel and wisdom are associated in Ezek 28: 5 and Sir 39: 4).

    Hagar: Apocrypha.

  • Bar 3: 22 indicates that wisdom has not been heard of in places traditionally associated with it: Canaan, renowned for its wealth and wisdom (see Ezek 28: 3 – 5), and Teman, reputed for its wisdom (Jer 49: 7).

    Hagar: Apocrypha.

  • In the Septuagint version, Susanna is stripped naked, in accordance with ritual Jewish law (Ezek 16: 37 – 30; Hos 2: 3 – 10).

    Susanna: Apocrypha.

  • Even God compared Himself to a midwife when he brought the Israelites forth from Egypt, as is stated in Ezek.

    Midwife: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • And so it will be in the World to Come, of which it is said (Ezek. 37: 25): “with my servant David as their prince for all time” (Gen. Rabbah 97: 8).

    Tamar: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • The Rabbis observe that the daughter of Pharaoh raised in the palace the one who would eventually bring all manner of troubles upon her father as punishment for the subjugation of Israel, as is said in Ezek.

    Daughter of Pharaoh: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • Princes are not made for themselves, nor the Nation for them, but they for the nation, Ezek.

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  • The Spirit is that boundless, relentless love of God set forth in redemption and in creation, to blow wherever it wills, to inspire and to revive the dull (Ezek 37) and to raise the dead (Rom 8:11) Speaking of the Spirit, Denis Edwards writes: The Spirit breathes life into the universe and all its creatures.

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