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
37:14 I will place my breath 4 in you and you will live; I will give you rest in your own land. Then you will know that I am the Lord – I have spoken and I will act, declares the Lord.’”
39:29 I will no longer hide my face from them, when I pour out my Spirit on the house of Israel, 5 declares the sovereign Lord.”
1 tn Or “in the midst of you.” The word “you” is plural.
2 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.