Today you should read: Ezekiel 19
Ezekiel 19 is referred to as a lament for the princes of Israel and has typically viewed as political allegories similar to chapter 17.
The first allegory makes reference to a lioness’ 2 cubs who are supposed to represent the Davidic princes. The second allegory is regarding a vine and it’s branches have been disputed a bit more in its meaning but most commentaries and church fathers have agreed that the stem of the vine does represent a Davidic figure.
Overall, both allegories are intended to show that these princes of Israel could not escape the consequences of their actions from a sovereign God, both good and bad.
By: Erik Koliser — West Campus Pastor
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