- 37:1-14 – Ezekiel’s prophecies over the dry bones give hope that God can restore Israel even though their situation seems hopeless and their nation seems lifeless.
- 37:15-23 – God promises to reunite Israel and Judah and to, once again, be their God.
- 38:14-23 – Though Gog had seen success against Israel, God makes it clear that Israel will rise again and it will not bode well for Gog.
- 39:1-16 – This is the continuation of the prophecy against Gog. Gog had not appeared in Scripture until the last chapter. Gog is an individual who has opposed Israel and will be punished because of it.
- 39:21-29 – God explains that though Israel was disobedient and he punished them, he will soon restore them back to prominence and proliferation.