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Ezekiel 11

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1 And the spirit lifted me up, and brought me to the eastern gate of the house of the Lord, which are facing the east. And now, at the entrance to the gate twenty-five people; and between them I saw Jazania, the son of Azurov, and Faltia, the son of Vaneev, the princes of the people.
2 And He said to me: Son of man! here are people who have lawlessness in their minds and who give bad advice in this city,
3 saying: `not yet close; we will build houses; he is a cauldron, and we are meat. '
4 Therefore, prophesy speak upon them, prophesy, son of man.
5 And the Spirit of the Lord came upon me and said to me: say so the Lord says: what you say, the house of Israel, and what comes to your mind, this I know.
6 You laid many of your slain in this city and filled its streets with corpses.
7 Therefore, thus says the Lord God: your slain, whom you put among him, are meat, and he is a cauldron; but I will lead you out of him.
eight You are afraid of the sword, and I will put a sword on you, says the Lord God.
nine And I will bring you out of it, and I will give you into the hands of strangers, and I will execute judgment on you.
ten From the sword you will fall; on the border of Israel they will judge you, and you will know that I am the Lord.
eleven He will not be a cauldron for you, and you will not be meat in it; I will judge you within the borders of Israel.
12 And you will know that I am the Lord; for you didn’t go according to my commandments, and you didn’t fulfill my statutes, but you did according to the statutes of the nations around you.
13 And it was, when I prophesied, Phthiah, the son of Vanai, died. And I fell on my face, and cried out in a loud voice, and said: O Lord God! Do you really want to completely destroy the remnant of Israel?

fourteen And the word of the Lord came to me:
fifteen son of man! Your brothers, your brothers, your half-brothers, and the whole house of Israel, all of them are told by those who live in Jerusalem: `` live far from the Lord; we have been given this land to us. '
16 Say this: the Lord God says so: although I removed them to the nations, and although I scattered them among the lands, I will be for them some sanctuary in the lands where they went.
17 Then say: thus says the Lord God: I will gather you from the nations, and bring you back from the lands into which you are scattered; and I will give you the land of Israel.
18 And they will come there and cast out from it all her filth and all her abominations.
19 And I will give them one heart, and I will put a new spirit in them, and I will take their heart of stone out of the flesh, and I will give them a heart of flesh,
20 that they walk according to my commandments, and keep my ordinances, and fulfill them; and they will be my people, and I will be their God.
21 And whose heart will be carried away after their abominations and their abominations, I will turn their behavior on their heads, says the Lord God.

22 Then the Cherubim lifted up their wings, and the wheels beside them; and the glory of the God of Israel above them.
23 And the glory of the Lord rose from the midst of the city and stopped above the mountain, which is east of the city.
24 And the spirit lifted me up and carried me to Chaldea, to the settlers, in a vision, by the Spirit of God. And the vision that I saw departed from me.
25 And I told the settlers all the words of the Lord that He revealed to me.

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