King James Bible
with Catholic Commentary by George Leo Haydock

Ezekiel 1

Ezekiel’s vision of God, and of the angelic host. (1-14) The conduct of Divine Providence. (15-25) A revelation of the Son of man upon his heavenly throne. (26-28)

Ezekiel 2

The prophet is directed what he is to do. (1-5) And encouraged to be resolute, faithful, and devoted. (6-10)

Ezekiel 3

The preparation of the prophet for his work. (1-11) His office, as that of a watchman. (12-21) The restraining and restoring his speech. (22-27)

Ezekiel 4

The siege of Jerusalem. (1-8) The famine the inhabitants would suffer. (9-17)

Ezekiel 5

A type of hair, showing the judgments about to come upon the Jews. (1-4) These awful judgments are declared. (5-17)

Ezekiel 6

The Divine judgments for idolatry. (1-7) A remnant shall be saved. (8-10) The calamities are to be lamented. (11-14)

Ezekiel 7

The desolation of the land. (1-15) The distress of the few who should escape. (16-22) The captivity. (23-27)

Ezekiel 8

The idolatries committed by the Jewish rulers. (1-6) The superstitions to which the Jews were then devoted, the Egyptian. (7-12) The Phoenician. (13,14) The Persian. (15,16) The heinousness of their sin. (17,18)

Ezekiel 9

A vision denoting the destruction of the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and the departure of the symbol of the Divine presence.

Ezekiel 10

A vision of the burning of the city. (1-7) The Divine glory departing from the temple. (8-22)

Ezekiel 11

Divine judgments against the wicked at Jerusalem. (1-13) Divine favour towards those in captivity. (14-21) The Divine presence forsakes the city. (22-25)

Ezekiel 12

The approaching captivity. (1-16) An emblem of the consternation of the Jews. (17-20) Answers to the objections of scoffers. (21-28)

Ezekiel 13

Heavy judgments against lying prophets. (1-9) The insufficiency of their work. (10-16) Woes against false prophetesses. (17-23)

Ezekiel 14

Threatenings against hypocrites. (1-11) God’s purpose to punish the guilty Jews, but a few should be saved. (12-23)

Ezekiel 15

Jerusalem like an unfruitful vine.

Ezekiel 16

A parable showing the first low estate of the Jewish nation, its prosperity, idolatries, and punishment.

Ezekiel 17

A parable relative to the Jewish nation. (1-10) to which an explanation is added. (11-21) A direct promise of the Messiah. (22-24)

Ezekiel 18

God has no respect of persons. (1-20) The Divine providence is vindicated. (21-29) A gracious invitation to repentance. (30-32)

Ezekiel 19

A parable lamenting the ruin of Jehoahaz and Jehoiakim. (1-9) Another describing the desolation of the people. (10-14)

Ezekiel 20

The elders of Israel are reminded of the idolatry in Egypt. (1-9) In the wilderness. (10-26) In Canaan. (27-32) God promises to pardon and restore them. (33-44) Prophecy against Jerusalem. (45-49)

Ezekiel 21

The ruin of Judah under the emblem of a sharp sword. (1-17) The approach of the king of Babylon described. (18-27) The destruction of the Ammonites. (28-32)

Ezekiel 22

The sins of Jerusalem. (1-16) Israel is condemned as dross. (17-22) As the corruption is general, so shall be the punishment. (23-31)

Ezekiel 23

A history of the apostacy of God’s people from him, and the aggravation thereof.

Ezekiel 24

The fate of Jerusalem. (1-14) The extent of the sufferings of the Jews. (15-27)

Ezekiel 25

Judgments against the Ammonites. (1-7) Against the Moabites, Edomites, and Philistines. (8-17)

Ezekiel 26

A prophecy against Tyre.

Ezekiel 27

The merchandise of Tyre. (1-25) Its fall and ruin. (26-36)

Ezekiel 28

The sentence against the prince or king of Tyre. (1-19) The fall of Zidon. (20-23) The restoration of Israel. (24-26)

Ezekiel 29

The desolation of Egypt. (1-16) Also a promise of mercy to Israel. (17-21)

Ezekiel 30

A prophecy against Egypt. (1-19) Another. (20-26)

Ezekiel 31

The glory of Assyria. (1-9) Its fall, and the like for Egypt. (10-18)

Ezekiel 32

The fall of Egypt. (1-16) It is like that of other nations. (17-32)

Ezekiel 33

Ezekiel’s duty as a watchman. (1-9) He is to vindicate the Divine government. (10-20) The desolation of Judea. (21-29) Judgments on the mockers of the prophets. (30-33)

Ezekiel 34

The rulers reproved. (1-6) The people are to be restored to their own land. (7-16) The kingdom of Christ. (17-31)

Ezekiel 35

A prophecy against Edom.

Ezekiel 36

The land shall be delivered from heathen oppressors. (1-15) The people are reminded of former sins, and promised deliverance. (16-24) Also holiness, and gospel blessings. (25-38)

Ezekiel 37

God restores dried bones to life. (1-14) The whole house of Israel is represented as enjoying the blessings of Christ’s kingdom. (15-28)

Ezekiel 38

The army and malice of Gog. (1-13) God’s judgments. (14-23)

Ezekiel 39

The destruction of Gog. (1-10) Its extent. (11-22) Israel again favoured. (23-29)

Ezekiel 40

The Vision of the Temple.

Ezekiel 41

Ezekiel 42

Ezekiel 43

Ezekiel 44

Ezekiel 45

Ezekiel 46

Ezekiel 47

Ezekiel 48