The Book of Ezekiel, also called The Prophecy of Ezechiel, one of the major prophetical books of the Old Testament. According to dates given in the text, Ezekiel received his prophetic call in the fifth year of the first deportation to Babylonia (592 bc) and was active until about 570 bc. Questions may arise on the accuracy of his prophesies: he prophesied about Jesus: “He will be great and will be called The Son of The Most High. And The Lord God will give to Him the throne of His father David, and He will reign over the house of Jacob forever, and of His Kingdom there will be no end.”
For every abomination, and for every sin, there must of necessity be a just recompense. For God is holy and a Just Judge. His wrath burns like fire against all iniquity; the fury of His wrath is like a consuming fire that no man can bear. Here, Ezekiel speaks of temporal judgment on Israel for nation sins, but the same principle applies to individuals and to eternal judgment if Man does not repent.
And we pray:
You, Lord, are The high and lofty One Who inhabits eternity. Your holiness is unspeakably pure, and Your hatred of sin is indescribeably intense. We thank You that You have sent Your Son to bear the fury of Your wrath against sin on the cross, for we could not bear it ourselves. We could not quench the fire or Your wrath though we suffered for all eternity, but Your Son has availed for us, praise be to His holy name! Amen.