Ezekiel 10:2–14

And he spake unto dthe man clothed with linen, and said, Go in between ethe wheels, even under the cherub, and fill thine hand with fcoals of fire from between the cherubims, and gscatter them over the city. And he went in hin my sight. Now the cherubims stood ion the right side of the house, when the man went in; and the cloud filled jthe inner court. Then kthe glory of the Lord went up from the cherub, and stood over lthe threshold of the house; and mthe house was filled with the cloud, and the court was full of knthe brightness of the Lord’s glory. And nnthe sound of the cherubims’ wings was heard even to the outer court, nas the voice of the Almighty God when he speaketh. And it came to pass, that when he had commanded dthe man clothed with linen, saying, oTake fire from between ethe wheels, from between the cherubims; then he went in, and stood beside the wheels. And one cherub stretched forth his hand from between the cherubims unto the fire that was between the cherubims, and took thereof, and put it into othe hands of dhim that was clothed with linen: who took it, and went out.

pAnd there appeared in the cherubims qthe form of a man’s hand under their wings. rAnd when I looked, behold the four wheels by the cherubims, one wheel by one cherub, and another wheel by another cherub: and sthe appearance of the wheels was as tthe colour of a beryl stone. 10 And as for their appearances, sthey four had one likeness, sas if a wheel had been in the midst of a wheel. 11 uWhen they went, they went vupon their four sides; uthey turned not as they went, but wto the place whither the head looked they followed it; uthey turned not as they went. 12 And their whole body, and xtheir backs, and their hands, and their wings, and the wheels, were xfull of eyes round about, even the wheels that they four had. 13 As for ethe wheels, ||it was cried unto them in my hearing, eO wheel. 14 zAnd every one had four faces: the first face was the face of a cherub, and athe second face was the face of a man, and athe third the face of a lion, and athe fourth the face of an eagle.

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