“Each one had four faces.
The first face was
That of the cherub.
The second face was
That a human being.
The third face was
That of a lion.
The fourth face was
That of an eagle.
The cherubim rose up.
The living creatures
That I saw
By the river Chebar.”
Each one of the cherubim had 4 faces like the living creatures at the River Chebar as in chapter 1. There was no mention of sides or fronts here. Three of the faces were exactly the same, a human face, a face of a lion, and the face of an eagle. However, the fourth face was that of a cherub here, while in chapter 1, it was an ox. Here the comparison to the cherubim in Assyrian and Babylonian times is more explicit. Thus the connection between this section and chapter 1 is very specific, since Ezekiel mentions the River Chebar.
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