Friday, May 18, 2012


1. Multiple Choice: Whose downfall did Ezekiel picture by saying God  had broken his arm and it was not "bandaged for healing"? (a) The prince of Tyre; (b) Nebuchadnezzar; or (c) Pharaoh, king of Egypt.

2. The downfall of Egypt was compared to that of what other country, described as a cedar in Lebanon? (a) Edom; (b) Assyria; or (c) Israel.

3. Fill in the blanks: God told Ezekiel he was to Israel like the song of one who had a pleasant voice and played an instrument well, "for they -------- your words, but they do not -------- them."

1. (c) Pharaoh, king of Egypt (Ezek. 30:21 ).

2. (b) Assyria (Ezek. 31:2,3,18). Although Assyria had overshadowed  all the other kingdoms, there had come a day "when it went down to hell" (v. 15)
The same would happen to Egypt.

3. "Hear---do (Ezek. 33:32).

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