Ezekiel lived along the banks of the River Chebar with a group of other exiles during the Babylonian captivity.

     He was married, had a house and was well respected among his people.

     He prophesied for approximately 21-22 years before being murdered in 
Babylon. King Jehoiachin is said to have buried him in a tomb along the banks of the Euphrates River, a few days journey from Bagdad, Iraq.

     The last nine chapters of his book contains more information on the Millennium age than anywhere else in the Bible.

Chapter 1

The First Vision

Chapter 2

Mission of Ezekiel

Chapter 3

Mission of Ezekiel

Chapter  4

Signs

Chapter  5

Hair

Chapter 6

The Mountains

Chapter 7

The Mountains

Chapter 8

Beginning of Vision

Chapter 9

The Punishments

Chapter 10

The Cherubim

Chapter 11

Sins & Punishments

Chapter 12

Signs

Chapter 13

Prophets

Chapter  14

Elders

Chapter 15

Symbolical

Chapter  16

Jerusalem

Chapter 17

Babylon-Parable

Chapter 18

Discrimination

Chapter 19

The Prince of Israel

Chapter 20

Rebellion & Cause

Chapter  20A

Rebellion & Cause

Chapter 21

The Land & The City

Chapter  22

The City Defiled

Chapter 23

The Two Sisters

Chapter  24

The Babylonian War

Chapter 25

Ammonites & Nations

Chapter  26

Tyre & Zidon

Chapter 27

Lamentation of Tyre

Chapter 28

The Prince of Tyre

Chapter  29

Egypt

Chapter 30

Egypt & Her Allies

Chapter  31

Perdition

Chapter  32

Destruction

Chapter 33

Signification

Chapter 34

Shepherds & Flock

Chapter  35

Judgment on Enemies

Chapter  36

Restoration. Literal

Chapter 37

Ammonites & Nations

Chapter  38

Judgment on Enemies

Chapter  39

Judgment on Enemies

Chapter  40

The House

Chapter 41

The Inner House

Chapter  42

The Priest's Rooms

Chapter 43

The Altar & It's Ordinances

Chapter 44

The House & Ordinances

Chapter 45

Restoration, The Land

Chapter  46

Ordinances

Chapter  47

The Healing of the Land

Chapter  48

The Tribes