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Jezebel and Athaliah

We have been talking about how Israel was the harlot of the Old Testament because the people turned away from God and went to serve other gods; that is the definition of harlotry. We also talked about how King Ahab was an idol worshipper who worshipped Baal, built altars to the gods and built Asherah. […]

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The Seventy Weeks

We are attempting to unravel the mystery of the abomination of desolation, which Jesus and Daniel both talked about; the great tribulation, tribulation, days of vengeance/great distress, or time of distress which Jesus mentioned in Matthew, Mark, and Luke, as well as Daniel, respectively. We made note of the similarities between what Jesus and Daniel […]

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Matthew 24:3 and the KJV

We have been discussing Jesus’ indictment and sentence of the religious leaders and His subsequent lament over them, the city, and the Temple (Matthew 23:37-39). Those were stunning words spoken by our Lord, words which those leaders either totally misunderstood or ignored, to their own destruction, for the wrath of God was eventually poured out […]

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Jesus Weeps for Jerusalem

Last time, we discussed Daniel’s prayer for Jerusalem and its people as recorded in Daniel 9. The people had been forced into captivity by the Chaldeans after they overran Judah and destroyed the city and Temple. It was a significant event and Daniel’s response was also significant. A similar occurrence was prophesied by Jesus many […]

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Daniel Prays for Jerusalem

Daniel is the prophet whom nearly everyone associates with eschatology and rightly so, although most people wrongly make that association by attributing his prophecies to “the end of time” because of the several references to that in his prophecies. We will discuss those remarks in the next few posts, but for now, we are discussing […]

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We’ve been talking about the harlot, attempting to establish who she was, and ultimately, what that means. In the process, we had come to what the prophets had to say and when we looked at Ezekiel, we saw that he talked about two sisters Oholah and Oholibah. The analogy between the two is very important, […]

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