Norman Geisler from his book, "A Popular Survey of the Old Testament" notes the following:
Ezekiel begins with a vision of the glory of God, explaining that Judah no longer experiences it because of their sin (1-24). He then speaks of God's visitation in judgment on the nations surrounding Judah in preparation for the return of God's glory (25-32). The book concludes with a description of the return of God's glory and the restoration of Israel (33-48) (Page 279).
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