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Then he cried out in my ears with a loud voice, saying, “Come near, O executioners of the city, each with his destructive weapon in his hand.” Bible

“cried out in my ears.” This is a splendid example of audible revelation, although it is part of the larger revelation Ezekiel was having. [For more information on revelation, what it is and how it works, see commentary on Gal. 1:12].

Note that Yahweh cries into Ezekiel’s ears with a loud voice to make a strong impression on Ezekiel, right after saying that the sin of the people was so great that if they cried out to God with a loud voice He would not hear them (Ezek. 8:18).


Commentary for: Ezekiel 9:1