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Again we pause to exhibit another epitome of the prophetic story of
'The angel of the Lord went forth,
and smote in the camp of the Assyrians'.
Nebuchadnezzar -- Gentile dominion
The test, and sign.
The treading down
All nations 'Then shall the Lord
go forth, and fight'.
From this r,sum, it will be seen that Gentile domination of
has always been under Divine control. Sennacherib is turned back
Nebuchadnezzar is appointed Head of Gold by God. The destruction
was foretold and complete, yet the investment even by all nations
The story of Jerusalem cannot be told in these pages, the amount
of material is too great. Perhaps no one book provides so clear and varied a
light as does the prophecy of Zechariah. The name Jerusalem occurs forty
times (the number of testing), and is related to both blessing and judgment.
What was foreshadowed in Genesis 14 under the King -Priest, is at last seen
to be fulfilled when Israel becomes a kingdom of Priests and the sacred words
Holiness Unto The Lord will no longer be exclusively used on the high
priest's mitre, but 'In that day shall there be upon the bells of the horses,
Holiness Unto The Lord; and the pots in the Lord's house shall be like the
bowls before the altar. Yea, every pot in Jerusalem and in Judah shall be
holiness unto the Lord of hosts: and all they that sacrifice shall come and
take of them, and seethe therein: and in that day there shall be No More the
Canaanite in the house of the Lord of hosts' (Zech. 14:20,21).
We direct the reader's attention to the article Zion,
covering title Millennial Studies9, and to the summaries of
prophetic books, such as most of the minor prophets, and of
Jeremiah and Ezekiel, most of which contribute considerable
the history and ultimate glory of the city of God.
And the Last Days of Acts 2
A Brief Note on the Prophet Joel, with particular reference to Peter's
quotation as recorded in Acts 2
The Prophecy of Joel is undated, and we have purposely limited
ourselves to the dated prophecies in this Analysis, but it contains
references to the future that impinge upon New Testament times, and must be
given a consideration here. Its outstanding thoughts are Repentance and
Restoration, both of which form the groundwork of Peter's ministry in the
early chapters of the Acts of the Apostles: