you think maybe we would have less trouble in our lives
if we not only realized who are ancestors were,
but listened to what we are taught in the old testament?
In 721BC, well over eight hundred thousand Israelite men 2 Samuel 24:1 - 9 and their families from ten different tribes "The House of Israel", including some but not all of the tribes Judah and Benjamin "The House of Judah", were taken captive brought out of the promised land by the Assyrians. 2 Kings 16:9 - 17:6
135 years later in 586BC, Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon carried more than one half million Israelite men 2 Samuel 24:1 - 9 and their families, those remaining from the other two tribes, of Benjamin and Judah("The House of Judah" the Jews), away to Babylon. 2 Kings 25:1 - 21 These were the only remaining Israelites in the Promised Land.
70 years after Judah's captivity the temple was rebuilt and 42,360 Nehemiah 7:66 - 67 from the tribes of Judah and Benjamin returned again "unto Jerusalem and Judah, every one unto his city". Ezra 8:1 - 20 & Nehemiah 7:5 - 45 Note: Nehemiah 7:46 - 65 These were not Israelites or even of the tribe of Judah, but we include them as and call them Jews today.
What happened to the rest of the one and one half million Israelites and their families? James 1:1 - See Acts 26:7 This promise was made to the twelve tribes of Israelites who were scattered abroad and are the Christian nations of today. It was not made to the Jews. There is a difference as this verse proves. Read #1062 Acts 26:6-7
Inland Europe became settled between
the seventh century BC and the fifth century AD much like the Americas
became settled in between the sixteenth century AD and the twentieth century
AD. Did you ever wonder where the Khumri, Celts, Cimbri, Galations,
Germans, Saxons, Gimira, Gauls, Picts, Iberes, Scots, Basques, Bretons,
Goths, Vandals, Lombards, Franks, Burgundians, Ostrogoths, Daci, Belgae,
Massagetae, Kimmeroii, Iskuza, Cimmerians, Scythians, Danes, Normans and
Vikings came from?
Read #1020 & #1064
Hum! Rev. 2:9, Rev. 3:9, John 8:33-44, Read #1082
Do you think you are a Gentile? What percent of your blood came through Jacob's veins? Do you think maybe we would have less trouble in our lives if we not only realized who are ancestors were, but listened to what we are taught in the old testament?
Do you remember who Jesus said would hear his voice? John 10:1 - 27 and who He said are not His! John 10:26
I have heard His voice!
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