Book of Ezekiel in Wikipedia
The Book of Ezekiel is a book of the Hebrew Bible, and also
recognized as divinely inspired (and therefore canonical) by
most denominations of Christianity. The book derives its name
from the prophet Ezekiel, a prophet from the sixth-century
BC. This book records Ezekiel's preaching. His name (Hb.
Yekhezqe’l) means "God strengthens" or "May God strengthen".
Ezekiel lived out his prophetic career among the community of
exiled Judeans in Babylon. He belonged to the priestly class
and was married (see Ezk. 24:15-24 ), but it is doubtful
whether he had any children.
The frequent use of vivid, symbolic language causes this book
to have much in common with the Book of Revelation in the New