God’s chosen nation had become divided into two kingdoms upon the death of Solomon: the northern ten-tribe kingdom of the house of Israel, and the southern two-tribe kingdom of Judah.Read More
Author: Pastor Jory Brooks
In the same vein, the late nineteenth-century Anglican minister, Rev. Robert Douglas, remarked, “If the clergy accepted the Anglo-Israel theory, it would necessitate the relegation of nine-tenths of their old sermons and commentaries to the wastepaper basket.” Few would be willing to do that!Read More
E.W. Bullinger’s Companion Bible makes it clear that the two houses are still separate entities when they enter the Promised Land from the North, the location of exiled Israel: “In those days the house of Judah shall go unto the house of Israel, that they may enter at the same time out of the land of the north to the land that I have given for an inheritance unto your fathers.”Read More
An “east wind” blows westward, taking away with it everything that is moveable in its destructive path. Here is a prophetic intimation that the tribes of Judah and Benjamin, although taken to Babylon initially, would ultimately be scattered westward, not eastward to Afghanistan or China as some expositors suggest.Read More
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