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Ezekiel 36:27


I will put my Spirit within you; 1  I will take the initiative and you will obey my statutes 2  and carefully observe my regulations. 3 


Pr 1:23; Isa 44:3,4; Isa 59:21; Jer 31:33; Eze 37:14; Eze 37:24; Eze 39:29; Joe 2:28,29; Zec 12:10; Lu 11:13; Ro 8:9,14-16; 1Co 3:16; Ga 5:5,22,23; Ga 5:16; Eph 1:13,14; Php 2:12,13; Col 2:6; 2Th 2:13; Tit 2:11-14; Tit 3:3-6; Heb 13:21; 1Pe 1:2,22; 1Jo 1:6,7; 1Jo 3:24; 2Jo 1:6

NET © Notes

tn Or “in the midst of you.” The word “you” is plural.

tn Heb “and I will do that which in my statutes you will walk.” The awkward syntax (verb “to do, act” + accusative sign + relative clause + prepositional phrase + second person verb) is unique, though Eccl 3:14 contains a similar construction. In the last line of that verse we read that “God acts so that (relative pronoun) they fear before him.” However, unlike Ezek 36:27, the statement has no accusative sign before the relative pronoun.

tn Heb “and my laws you will guard and you will do them.” Jer 31:31-34 is parallel to this passage.

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