Ezekiel, 31

Ezekiel, 31

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This chapter illustrates the contrast between human pride and God's sovereignty. Pharaoh thought he was invincible, but God revealed his ultimate power and authority. The image of the tree is a common metaphor in the Bible, representing strength and stability. In this case, however, the mighty cedar falls, reminding us that no one is above God's judgment. This chapter is a warning to all who think they can rule without accountability, that worldly power and greatness are fleeting, but God's justice lasts forever.


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