Ezekiel gives the judgment of Jerusalem. God comes from without, looking at all Israel, not just Judah. The nations around are judged – the ungodly oppressors in and over Israel, and the way individual souls are judged.
Then we have the setting up of David, and Israel’s new birth in blessing. We have the union of Judah and Israel into one stick, and, on their restoration to their land, the destruction of the Assyrian, or Gog, by divine power. This is in fact, by the presence of Christ. Then at the end of the book we have the vision of the restoration of the temple and of the order of the land.
Originally by JND. Lightly edited by Sosthenes, July 2014