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Published March 13th, 2020; Updated March 17th, 2020
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Ezekiel 6:9-10
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then those of you who escape g will remember me among the nations where they are carried captive,
how h I have been broken
over their whoring heart
that has departed from me
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and over their eyes
i that go whoring after their idols.
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g And they will be loathsome in their own sight
for the evils that they have committed,
for all their abominations.
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And they shall know that I am the Lord .
j I have not said in vain that I would do this evil to them.”
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”Then” they shall know (NASB)
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Ezekiel 6:9-10
then those of you who escape g will remember me among the nations where they are carried captive,
how h I have been broken
over their whoring heart
that has departed from me
and over their eyes
i that go whoring after their idols.
g And they will be loathsome in their own sight
for the evils that they have committed,
for all their abominations.
And they shall know that I am the Lord .
j I have not said in vain that I would do this evil to them.”
progression
”Then” they shall know (NASB)
Ezekiel 5:12 The remnant are carried captive. But the rest suffered disaster,namely: [1] pestilence (epidemic infectious disease), [2] famine (break your supply of bread v.16), [3] sword.
Comments
Brent Karding
Your smaller arcs are quite good, Mildred - I hope my suggestions for the bigger ones helps!
Psalm 23
I have observed that the way you divide the verse or verses into bigger arcs is by considering a sentence, like 9a-f is one sentence. And therefore it should be arced first before connecting it to other arcs that are not included in the sentence. Have I observed it correctly kuya?
Psalm 23
I have read your response about the conjunction THEN in my email kuya. But it did not appear here in the COMMENTS drawer. So  will just add another reply here. Ammm, you have said that the way I use the conjunction THEN in my previous arc fits already. Please help me understand what you mean kuya, because my new and edited arc, that is already corrected by you, has the biggest arc with Ac-Res relationship. So if I will use THEN, since it is significant, how can use it considering these edited arc kuya?
Brent Karding
That's strange!

What I meant was that "then" fits with Ac-Res as well, as in, "He kicked the ball, and then the ball broke the window." And I was thinking that the Action would be verse 9 and the Result verse 10 - then "then" would fit.

In your new arc with Series between 9g-i and 10a-b, "then" doesn't work. But it's fine since you are using the ESV, which has "and."

Another option to fit with "then" in your new arc would be to change Series to Progression.
Psalm 23
Yes kuya. I understand it now. Thank you for the comments.
Brent Karding
You're very welcome!
Brent Karding
I don't think a Conditional relationship is the best overall arc, since there is no "if" in verse 9. See my comments below for suggestions.
Psalm 23
Yes kuya, I will consider your suggestions below regarding 10a-b.
Have you noticed my dot note in 10a kuya? That in NASB, it says “THEN they will know...” is the conjunction THEN significant enough for considering a logical relationship in that context?
Brent Karding
9g-i and 10a-b should be coordinate with 9a-f, since God is saying, "You will remember me (9a-f), you will loathe yourselves (9g-10b), and you will know that I am the LORD (10a-b)." Progression would work.

Another option is to make 9g-10b the Result of 9a-f, with 9g-i and 10a-b being a Series or Progression.
Psalm 23
Yes kuya, I will change the bigger arcs into Ac-Res.

However, I am not sure what will work with 9g-i and 10a-b, series or progression.
If series, then it will go like this, “they will be loathsome and they will know that I am the Lord”.
If progression, then it will go like this, “they will be loathsome, and then they will know that I am the Lord”.
I wonder if there is a verse that will make clarity as to what works best for this kuya.
Brent Karding
Ac-Mn is an interesting choice for 9c-d and e-f; I think it works, although I would have chosen Series for the "heart" and the "eyes." But the way they departed from the Lord is by whoring after their idols, so I think that Ac-Mn is accurate as well.
Psalm 23
Wow,it is a good observation kuya to consider “departing” and “whoring” in choosing logical relationship. As for me, I have only considered “whoring heart” and “whoring eyes”.
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