90 Days Through The Bible: Day 60: Ezekiel 25-36

I am 2/3 of the way through the Bible! I am not as excited at this milestone as I was with others, maybe because I’m just trying to keep on going right now, but I see the light at the end of the tunnel. I cannot recommend more to read your Bible in it’s entirety. It is so eyeopening to see connections throughout and between as I read through all of the books of the Bible, each with their own authors, themes and content. I can only hope that you are getting a similar experience out of reading the Bible in its entirety in 90 days.

Nobody gets to mess with God’s people.  Chapters 25-36 of Ezekiel mostly covers the prophecy against the nations that have come against Israel/Judah. Egypt enslaved the Israelites, Ammon rejoiced with malice towards Israel, and Edom was revengeful just to name a few. I have a picture of a mama bear God: “I can discipline my children, but heaven help the one who dares to hurt my children”. As He sends out prophecies through Ezekiel, He repeatedly says that I am doing this so that they know I am the Lord. He is proclaiming His glory for all of the nations to see, like a banner waving in the wind.

I am glad that God is on our side. He loves us and wants the best for us. He’s promised to rescue his sheep, to give them a place where they can dwell securely, safely. God is our discipliner and our protector and I can think of nothing better.


Ezekiel 25-36


  • Prophecy against Ammon: Because you rejoice with malice against Israel I will hand you over to the East and destroy you.
  • To Moab: I will do as I do to Ammon – execute judgement.
  • To Edom: because of acting revengefully to Judah, I will make you desolate and fall by the sword.
  • Philista – I will execute great judgement against them.
  • Tyre: will be destroyed. I will bring Nebuchadnezzer against you.
  • A lament over Tyre: you had riches, a great army, and trade, including with Judah, but all your treasures, men, ships have sunk into the sea.
  • i will send foreigners against the prince of Tyre because of his pride.
  • A lament over along of Tyre: you were wooden and full of beauty but your heart was proud.
  • Sidon: I will send pestilence and sword against you.
  • When I gather Israel after being scattered, they will live securely in the land.
  • Against Egypt: I will bring the sword against you via Nebuchadnezzer. For 40 years, I will scatter Egypt and then I will restore them, but they will never exalt themselves over other nations again.
  • Lament for Egypt: A sword will come upon Egypt, Cush, Put, Lud & Arabia, I will dry up the Nile and destroy their idols.
  • Egypt will fall: I will weaken and scatter Egypt while strengthening Babylon.
  • Pharaoh and his multitude will fall just like Edom will.
  • A lament over Pharaoh and Egypt: You think you are a lion (strong) of the nations, but I will throw my net over you and scatter your flesh across the land. The sword of Babylon will destroy you.
  • If a watchman warns the people of the coming sword and one doesn’t heed the warning, his blood will be on his own head.
  • If a watchman does not warn the people of the coming sword, any blood spilled is on the watchman’s head.
  • God made Elijah the watchman over Israel.
  • Israel: with our sins, how can we live?
    • Answer: those who do what is just and right will live.
    • The Lord will judge each of you according to your own way.
  • Elijah received word that Jerusalem was struck down and his mouth was opened.
  • Israel – you cannot possess the land if you are going to defile it with your actions.
  • Prophecy for Israel’s shepherds: you only care for yourselves, you don’t take care of my sheep.
  • I, the Lord, will search for my sheep, rescue them: feed, heal and strengthen them.
  • I will make a covenant of peace so my sheep can dwell securely. I will deliver them from their enslavers.
  • Prophecy against Mount Seir: I will make them a desolation because of their hatred for Israel when they were already facing judgement.
  • Prophecy to Mountains of Israel: you have been left in ruin by other nations and they will face judgement, but you will produce fruit for my people, they will return home soon.
  • I will bring you back not because you deserve it, but because I want to show you how holy I am.

Help me to remember:

that You love me as a parent loves a child, a discipliner and a protector.

Lord, I ask that . . .

I see Your holiness around me, that I know that You are the Lord God.

Heavenly Father, I am thankful for . . .

for who you are. You are the Lord, the I AM.

Rachel is a work-from-home mom of two beautiful children. She used to teach middle school math and science and has served in various roles within her local church with the student ministry. Rachel loves being able to watch people grow in their relationship with God, especially by showing them how to study their Bible on their own. She started Honeycomb Wisdom to help people journal their time with God and His Word.
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