God's Kingdom on Earth: A History of Mankind
Author House, 11. 10. 2005 - 528 strán (strany)
This book provides a roadmap within which one may find a deeper understanding of God''s grand plan for mankind.
It describes His creation schemes, and the majesty of man - reflecting on his direction, history, and responsibilities.
It defines in an understanding way the selection and plan for the family God chose to represent Him here on earth, delineatiing their sojourn history, their development, accomplishments, perils, downfall, and resurection to current day status, .
It describes the chosen family''s decision process within which their sinful ways and activities led to varying degrees of punishment. But yet, it gives them renewed hope for achieving God''s plan for mankind through the reiterating process of God''s word.
It gives a description of the Holy land, its boundaries, and tribal allocations, describing what it was in Joshua''s time and what it is yet to be. Delineating that parcel of land which is yet to be totally set aside and allocated for the sole purpose and use by The Lord God in support of the holy city of Jerusalem (The Lord Is There) and Holy Temple where He will reign here on earth for 1,000 years.
It speaks of the first resurrection and the second coming of The Lord Jesus Christ, His reign on earth, the second resurrection after the 1,000 year reign of The Lord, and final judgment of mankind by Him.
A Chronology of events relating to Israel''s wellbeing is provided, and a Time Table delineating dates of specific events is also attached.
It is with prayer and hope that all readers will find this book of special value, educational, and of profound benifit for all.
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Chapt er 6
Chapt er 8 Monarch Rule of Israel Established Appointed Kings Reign
Rehoboam son of Solomon king of Judah Cont
Ahaziah son of Ahab becomes king of Israel the Northern Kingdom
Jehu Son of Jehoshaphat commander of the Israeli forces becomes king
Prophecies of Future Coming Events
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