E Z E K I E L.
In this chapter we have, I. A prediction of the
fall and ruin of the king of Tyre, who, in the destruction of that
city, is particularly set up as a mark for God's arrows, ver. 1-10. II. A lamentation for
the king of Tyre, when he has thus fallen, though he falls by his
own iniquity, ver.
11-19. III. A prophecy of the destruction of Zidon,
which as in the neighbourhood of Tyre and had a dependence upon it,
ver. 20-23. IV. A
promise of the restoration of the Israel of God, though in the day
of their calamity they were insulted over by their neighbours,