Rest Unto the Land
Joseph Nathan Smith, 2007 - 188 pages
For thousands of years humanity has wondered over the Bible's chronological claims. Many have tried to put its statements into a meaningful form, but all failed because gaps in the time sequences created an impasse. Others dismissed the data all together because it just didn't add up. Finally, "Rest Unto The Land" makes sense of the abundance of information. It provides a logical and complete accounting of the chronology presented in the Bible from the time of creation to the present day. That accounting reveals the date for the end of the present age, and the start of the Millennium. It is a Bible commentary that will interest every person. Who doesn't want to know when the world will end?
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Rest Unto the Land: A New Chronological Study of the Bible
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Expressions et termes fréquents
Abraham Abraham’s birth according actually Adam Adam’s creation anointing appeared Artaxerxes Babylonian exile beginning behold believe Bible birth bless branches called Christ coming commandment complete continue Cyrus Daniel dead decree desolate destroyed determined discussed Earth Egypt entire existed Exodus expectation fact father followed four Genesis Gentiles God’s hand hath heard Heaven Hebrew nation historical holy humanity Israel Jacob Jerusalem Jesus John judges king kingdom kings of Judah knew land Lazarus length LORD Messiah Millennium Mount occurred pass passage Paul period Persian Persian kings person Pharaoh priests prior prophecy question records reference reign rejected reported represents rest resurrection Sabbath commandment saith saved saying seasons seven seventh shows span started temple thee things thou shalt thousand tree unto voice warning weeks yearly Sabbath