Ezechiel 25:17


I just finished watching Pulp Fiction for the 6th time or so, and still love it. As the afternoon progressed and I didn't really have anything to do, I looked outside - cold, wet and dark - and decided it would be a good time to see Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield in action again.

In about an hour I leave for another night shift, and I sure hope it's less demanding tonight. The long day of sleep revitalized me for sure, but I wonder how long the effect will last. Counting down till friday...

And I will execute great vengeance upon them, rebuking them in fury: and they shall know that I am the Lord, when I shall lay my vengeance upon them.


I don't see the clue of quoting Ezechiel. Would you mind to explain?

Sure! Every time Jules is about to kill someone, he quotes Ezechiel 25:17. Near the end of the movie, as he is having a "gentle" conversation with a couple robbing the diner where Vincent and him are having breakfast, he starts wondering where he stands in the Ezechiel thingy. Is he Evil, Good, The Savior?

I think you gotta watch Pulp Fiction :)

and if you don't get it from the first time, watch the movie again, it's worth it!

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