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   Book of Ezekiel
Chapter 45
Study Resource List
BCC -> Commentary on 45:12
GEB -> Study Notes on 45:12
GSB -> Study Notes on 45:12
JFB -> Commentary on 45:12
MHC-COM -> Commentary on 45:12
TSK -> Entry for 45:12
WEN -> Notes on 45:12
NTB -> King; Measure; Shekel
TCR -> Maneh
TTT -> Weights
ATS -> Maneh; Weights
EBD -> Maneh; Shekel; Weights
HBD -> Art And Aesthetics; Balances; Ezekiel; Israel, History Of; Jerusalem; Maneh; Persia; Remnant; Sanctification; Weights And Measures

Ezekiel 45:9-12 Read Chapter | Discuss these Verses ]
9 "'This is what the Sovereign LORD says: You have gone far enough, O princes of Israel! Give up your violence and oppression and do what is just and right. Stop dispossessing my people, declares the Sovereign LORD. 10 You are to use accurate scales, an accurate ephah F134 and an accurate bath. F135 11 The ephah and the bath are to be the same size, the bath containing a tenth of a homer F136 and the ephah a tenth of a homer; the homer is to be the standard measure for both. 12 The shekel F137 is to consist of twenty gerahs. Twenty shekels plus twenty-five shekels plus fifteen shekels equal one mina. F138

FOOTNOTES:
F134 An ephah was a dry measure.
F135 A bath was a liquid measure.
F136 A homer was a dry measure.
F137 A shekel weighed about 2/5 ounce (about 11.5 grams).
F138 That is, 60 shekels; the common mina was 50 shekels.

 
 

Abbreviations Legend:

BCC - Burton Coffman; GEB - Gill's Exposition; GSB - Geneva Study Bible; JFB - Jamieson, Fausset, Brown; MHC-COM - Matthew Henry Complete; TSK - Treasury of Scripture Knowledge; WEN - Wesley's Explanatory Notes; NTB - Nave's Topical Bible; TCR - Thompson Chain Reference; TSK - Treasury of Scripture Knowledge; TTT - Torrey's Topical Textbook; ATS - ATS Bible Dictionary; EBD - Easton's Bible Dictionary; HBD - Holman Bible Dictionary;

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