These sticks are just referring
to the two political kingdoms
becoming one and was just a
symbolic gesture by Ezekiel to
represent that. He probably did
take two sticks and write Judah
and Joseph on them to show his
people. It had nothing to do
with any future books of Scripture and was fulfilled during Ezekiel‛s time.
 
     
  Nice try, but that is incorrect. A careful study of both the history and the Scriptures will refute that explanation.  
     
  The Lord was referring to the unification of Judah and Israel ( Ezekiel
37:21, 22 ) when he was speaking to Ezekiel. In fact, he was referring
to the gathering of all of Israel. This gathering was to occur in the
latter days and would result in the unification of the two kingdoms and
their return to their own lands of inheritance.
 

 

 

 

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