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Commentary on Ezekiel

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19.1–14 : Two funeral dirges.

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The lioness is Judah (Gen 49.9 ). The first cub is Jehoahaz, the king who was taken to Egypt (2 Kings 23.30–34; Jer 22.10–12 ). The second cub could be Jehoiachin (Jer 22.24–30; 2 Kings 24.8–16 ), but is more likely Zedekiah, likewise exiled to Babylon (2 Kings 25.7; Jer 39.7 ). If the latter, the two cubs would have the same literal mother, Hamutal (2 Kings 23.31; 24.18 ).

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The vine is Judah. The strongest stem is Zedekiah, who was dried up by the east wind (Nebuchadrezzar, 17.10 ) and transplanted (taken to Babylon).

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