Psalm 82:5 (a) It seems that our Lord must have used this figure to indicate that the basic principles of humanity were being violated throughout the earth. Hatred was replacing love. Dishonesty was replacing integrity. Idolatry was replacing the true worship of GOD. Certainly this could be true, as it is so largely true today.
Isaiah 54:11 (b) This seems to be a beautiful and poetic description of the coming glories of the nation of Israel when restored to their own land, and to their power and authority.
Ezekiel 30:4 (a) This is a prophecy concerning the destruction of Egypt. It was certainly fulfilled to the letter.
Hebrews 11:10 (b) Here is a reference to the eternal character of the heavenly Jerusalem in contrast with the transient character of the cities of the earth.
Revelation 21:14, Revelation 21:19 (a) The new city, the eternal state, the eternal dwelling place of GOD's people, will be characterized by solidity, beauty, holiness and purity. It will rest upon the teachings and the experiences of the twelve tribes of Israel, and also upon the experiences and teachings of the twelve apostles of the Lamb.