Please enable JavaScript in your browser preferences and then Reload this page!!!

Michael Jackson Justice: A Temple By Corrupted Hands - Exploring Zerubbabel Part 1

God: Reconnect to Him

The Conspiracy against God is about "The Word", and the profaning of His Holy Name within us. Adam fell in the garden, breaking the direct connection to God. Jesus, the "last Adam" was a quickening Spirit, the Word made Flesh, and the only one with whom we can re-establish our relationship with God. Michael's story is still unfolding. He is the one who is, is not. But Jesus is the only name given under heaven by which we must be saved. Many are trying to rewrite HIStory. We were given a help to instruct us. Learn more "here".

Friday, February 14, 2014

A Temple By Corrupted Hands - Exploring Zerubbabel Part 1

The Foundation of Zerubbabel

"23 In that day, saith the Lord of hosts, will I take thee, O Zerubbabel, my servant, the son of Shealtiel, saith the Lord, and will make thee as a signet: for I have chosen thee, saith the Lord of hosts."

Well, because of cluster power outages due to VERY unusual winter weather this far south, we finally got back up and running.  My goal was to get this up last night and that didn’t happen.  In South Carolina we ended up with about 12 inches of snow, packed down t o 10 by about another ¼ inch of ice.

We were lucky.  We only lost power twice, the longest period for about a half an hour.  Others were not so lucky.  And now the north east is getting it so please pray for people, their safety and their warmth.  If you know of anyone who is alone, please offer your help, even if it is just company.  It’s scary being in a storm in the dark.

I tried to sleep last night and I had fitful dreams in clusters.  One of the weirdest ones was as I began to doze off, a series of three, very loud hand claps assaulted my ears and made my eyes fly open.  The first thing I thought about was this:

He does it more than three times here, but take that sound to three sharp claps and that is what woke me.  My eyes flew open and I said something like “What? The power’s on?  Go back to work?”  I can’t remember the exact words but my husband heard them.  I went back to sleep and at one point I heard someone yelling at me.  It was very fitful sleep.

Anyone who has had Michael clap in their ear during their working with him, did you take offense to it?  Did it hurt your feelings or did you just jump?  Or did you like I and just tried to get back to sleep after realizing it was a dream, then wondering if it really was or not?

Aside from all that, this was a really, really tough topic to get through, and I’m not going to be able to do it in one post.  So this will be a two-part topic and the subject at hand is “Zerubbabel” and the second temple.   I will start you with what we had covered before:

The Foundation of the Temple

We have happened over this verse before, on the blog "" in talking about Zerubbabel:

"The hands of Zerubbabel have laid the foundation of this house; his hands shall also finish it; and thou shalt know that the Lord of hosts hath sent me unto you."

Reading this in context we get an understanding of who this is:

"5 Then the angel that talked with me answered and said unto me, Knowest thou not what these be? And I said, No, my lord.  6. Then he answered and spake unto me, saying, This is the word of the Lord unto Zerubbabel, saying, Not by might, nor by power, but by my spirit, saith the Lord of hosts.

7. Who art thou, O great mountain? before Zerubbabel thou shalt become a plain: and he shall bring forth the headstone thereof with shoutings, crying, Grace, grace unto it.  8. Moreover the word of the Lord came unto me, saying,  9. The hands of Zerubbabel have laid the foundation of this house; his hands shall also finish it; and thou shalt know that the Lord of hosts hath sent me unto you."

Before we get into what this means, I searched out the meaning of the name "Zerubbabel".  In Wikipedia we see:

"If the name Zerubbabel is Hebrew, it may be a contraction of Zərua‘ Bāvel, meaning "the one sown of Babylon", and referring to a child conceived and born in Babylon; or perhaps even, Zərûy Bāvel, meaning, "the winnowed of Babylon", in the sense of being exiled in Babylon. If the name is not Hebrew but Assyrian-Babylonian, it may contract, Zəru Bābel, meaning, "Seed of Babylon", the one conceived in Babylon. (Contrast the related Hebrew form for "Seed":" - Source, Wikipedia

Winnowed means:

win·now  (wĭn′ō)
v. win·nowed, win·now·ing, win·nows
1. a. To separate the chaff from (grain) by means of a current of air.  b. To rid of undesirable parts.

2. To blow (chaff) off or away.
3. To blow away; scatter.

We had gone over the power of “The Word”, and what was in a word.  So names were given certain individuals in the Bible and those names meant something.  It told us who they were.  Such as the example of Michael meaning “Who is like God” telling us that he was the one most like God and was also going to play the role of he who said in his heart “I will be LIKE the most high”.  Hence the cautionary advice the angel gave Daniel in Daniel chapter 10:

"But I will shew thee that which is noted in the scripture of truth: and there is none that holdeth with me in these things, but Michael your prince."

And the cautionary advice Jesus gave to his disciples:

"When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth, let him understand:)"

As I glance through the Bible, the name Zerubbabel rears its head in quite a few of  the books.  He first shows up in the book of 1 Chronicles , a couple of times in Ezra (the priest who reads the book of the law of Moses), and he is spoken of all the way through to Zechariah.  That is a span of 26 books! (there are 66 in the Old Testament).  But he is not mentioned at all in the New Testament books.

There is considerable controversy concerning Zerubbabel.  First is his name which means “one sown of Babylon” or “seed of Babylon”.

The second issue is in Zechariah 4:7, he is written of as bringing “forth the headstone”.  Jesus Christ is the “head stone of the corner”.

"The stone which the builders refused is become the head stone of the corner."

"Jesus saith unto them, Did ye never read in the scriptures, The stone which the builders rejected, the same is become the head of the corner: this is the Lord's doing, and it is marvellous in our eyes?"

We are also told this in Mark 12:10, Luke 20:17, Acts 4:11, Ephesians 2:20, And 1 Peter 2:6-7.

Jesus also tells us that God does not dwell in temples made with hands:

We heard him say, I will destroy this temple that is made with hands, and within three days I will build another made without hands.

This is also echoed three more times in the book of Acts (Acts 7:48, 17:24, and 21:27).  So how can his hands lay the foundation of a temple, his hands finish it, and bring forth the head stone which Christ is?  Are they talking about something other than the second temple?

Who exactly is Zerubbabel?  And why, if he is the builder of the “second temple” as most scholars claim, is he taking 26 books of the Bible to do it? 

Also, remember back in November last year, we talked about Zerubbabel and the fact that he was the grandson of Jechonias, whom was cursed to never have a descendent sit on the throne?  We will look at this again further down.

That, the issue of his name and its meaning, and the fact that the Lord’s angel told Zechariah that Zerubbabel would not only lay foundation of the “new temple” but that “his hands would finish it”, is where I have trouble reconciling the second temple.

Let’s look at some more verses of the Bible in which he is mentioned and see if we can piece this together from where he is first mentioned.

"And the sons of Pedaiah were, Zerubbabel, and Shimei: and the sons of Zerubbabel; Meshullam, and Hananiah, and Shelomith their sister:"

Notice who Zerubbabel’s listed father is – Pedaiah.  But in subsequent books they name his father as Shealtiel/Salathiel. 

Were there two different Zerubbabel’s? 

What’s in a Name?

In the New Testament, Salathiel as Zorobbabel’s  (the Greek spelling) father is listed in the genealogies twice; in Matthew 1:12 and Luke 3:27

Meanings of Babel and Babylon:

capital of Babylon, late 14c., from Hebrew Babhel (Gen. xi), from Akkadian bab-ilu "Gate of God" (from bab "gate" + ilu "god"). The name is a translation of Sumerian Ka-dingir. Meaning "confused medley of sounds" (1520s) is from the biblical story of the Tower of Babel.

mid-14c., from Greek version of Akkadian Bab-ilani "the gate of the gods," from bab "gate" + ilani, plural of ilu "god" (cf. Babel). The Old Persian form, Babiru-, shows characteristic transformation of -l- to -r- in words assimilated from Semitic.

Isn’t that interesting?  The “gate of the gods”.  Now take into consideration what the Tower of Babel is all about, what it allegedly looked like, how the EU Parliament building was designed after it, and the structure of our DNA.

Tower of Babel/ EU Parliament Compare

Babel – Beijing Olympics Memory Tower/Jacobs Ladder/DNA

Jacobs Ladder

Book of Life

This is important – Michael Jackson recorded with Bee Gees’ Barry Gibb the song “All In Your Name”.  It’s about the secret they are keeping from you.  “It’s all in the game, It’s all in your name, follow me to the gates of paradise, they’re the same . . . it’s all in Your name . . .

What did God tell the people with Moses about the Angel?

"Behold, I send an Angel before thee, to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee into the place which I have prepared.  21. Beware of him, and obey his voice, provoke him not; for he will not pardon your transgressions: for my name is in him.

22. But if thou shalt indeed obey his voice, and do all that I speak; then I will be an enemy unto thine enemies, and an adversary unto thine adversaries."

Zerubbabel did not come up in Etymology online, so I broke up the word.  Above is what you get for Babel and Babylon.  Zeru and Zerub did not yield any results.  Zoro yielded Zoroastrian which struck a familiar chord because the blog we did on Freddie Mercury (the band, Queen) has his family religion as Zoroastrianism.  This is an ancient Egyptian pagan religion:

1743, from Zoroaster, from Latin Zoroastres, from Old Persian Zarathushtra, 6c. or 7c. B.C.E. Persian religious teacher. The name appears to be literally "whose camels are old," from *zarant "old" (cognate with Greek geron, genitive gerontos "old;" see gerontology) + ushtra "camel."

"Zoroastrianism arose in the eastern region of the ancient Persian Empire, when the religious philosopher Zoroaster simplified the pantheon of early Iranian gods[2] into two opposing forces: Ahura Mazda (Illuminating Wisdom) and Angra Mainyu (Destructive Spirit) in the 7th century BCE.
Zoroaster's ideas led to a formal religion bearing his name by about the 6th century BCE and have influenced other later religions including Judaism, Gnosticism, Christianity and Islam" -

Zoroastrians believe that there is one universal, transcendent, supreme god, Ahura Mazda, or the 'Wise Lord'.(Ahura means 'Being' and Mazda means 'Mind' in Avestan language).[9] Zoroaster keeps the two attributes separate as two different concepts in most of the Gathas and also consciously uses a masculine word for one concept and a feminine for the other, as if to distract from an anthropomorphism of his divinity.

Some Zoroastrians claim Ahura Mazda as the uncreated Creator to whom all worship is ultimately directed, thereby formulating a panentheistic faith with a transcendent divinity, widely believed to have influenced the theology of the Ismaeli branch of Islam.

[10] Other scholars assert that since Zoroastrianism's divinity covers both being and mind as immanent entities, it is better described as a belief in an immanent self-creating universe with consciousness as its special attribute, thereby putting Zoroastranism in the pantheistic fold where it can be easily traced to its shared origin with Indian Brahmanism.[11][12] In any case, Ahura Mazda's creation—evident is widely agreed as asha, truth and order—is the antithesis of chaos, which is evident as druj, falsehood and disorder. The resulting conflict involves the entire universe, including humanity, which has an active role to play in the conflict. - Source, Wikipedia

Easton's Bible dictionary also interprets "Zerubbabel" as "the seed of Babylon" or "sown of Babylon".  Another source says this:

"Some scholars propose that Zerubbabel had a mind to him reviving the davidic dynasty and that he was removed from power by the Persians. Their main argument comes from the book of Zechariah, that speaks of a man named Semah (Semah; means Branch - 3:8 and 6:11). This Semah is commonly understood to be the Messiah, but it may also, or more so, be an ancestor of the Messiah, namely Zerubbabel.

His temple-building collegue Jeshua is mentioned in 6:11, where a crown is set on his head. But this is highly unusual because in Israel there was a strict separation between the political and military government of the king and the religious government of the high priest. High priests were never crowned, and these two functions only juncture in the Messiah, or his ancestors. Thus, it is assumed, the text was originally about Zerubbabel, but after his non-registered fall from grace, his name was erased and Jeshua's name was inserted." - Source, Abarim

Those two verses in context, in Zechariah are:

"8 Hear now, O Joshua the high priest, thou, and thy fellows that sit before thee: for they are men wondered at: for, behold, I will bring forth my servant the Branch.

9 For behold the stone that I have laid before Joshua; upon one stone shall be seven eyes: behold, I will engrave the graving thereof, saith the Lord of hosts, and I will remove the iniquity of that land in one day."

11 Then take silver and gold, and make crowns, and set them upon the head of Joshua the son of Josedech, the high priest;

12 And speak unto him, saying, Thus speaketh the Lord of hosts, saying, Behold the man whose name is The Branch; and he shall grow up out of his place, and he shall build the temple of the Lord:

13 Even he shall build the temple of the Lord; and he shall bear the glory, and shall sit and rule upon his throne; and he shall be a priest upon his throne: and the counsel of peace shall be between them both."

Interestingly this source mentions a “fall from grace” qualifying it as “non-registered”.  Where does he get this if it isn’t in scripture?  Abiram also dissects “Zerubbabel” as meaning “sown in Babylon” (Zara – to scatter seed – sow; Babel gate of the gods), which exposes the “mystery Babylon” religion. (to overspread abominations).  Why then does the Bible tell us that God himself will make this person a “signet to the people” (Haggai 2:23), so let’s continue reading down and see if we can find this “fall from grace”.

They go into a little more detail on what Zerubbabel could mean and why they believe this.  Reading the Bible verses very carefully, in context and rectifying it with the other mentions of him in scripture are very important.

In Ezra 1:8 and 1:11 it also says Zerubbabel is also known as Sheshbazzar.  In the KJV Bible, these are those verses:

"7. Also Cyrus the king brought forth the vessels of the house of the Lord, which Nebuchadnezzar had brought forth out of Jerusalem, and had put them in the house of his gods; 8. Even those did Cyrus king of Persia bring forth by the hand of Mithredath the treasurer, and numbered them unto Sheshbazzar, the prince of Judah.

11 All the vessels of gold and of silver were five thousand and four hundred. All these did Sheshbazzar bring up with them of the captivity that were brought up from Babylon unto Jerusalem."

Sheshbazzar seems to be interchangeable with Zerubbabel.  He is not mentioned at all in Ezra 2 as the lineage is counted of those leaving Babylon.  Sheshbazzar is not mentioned again until chapter 5: , ALSO as governor of Judah with the same responsibilities as Zerubbabel and ALSO he who lays the foundation of the temple.  Verse 16 tells us that “Then came the same Sheshbazzar, and laid the foundation of the house of God which is in Jerusalem: and since that time even until now hath it been in building, and yet it is not finished" – as of the writing of this.

Let’s keep going and keep in mind what this is telling us back in Ezra 3.

Now in the second year of their coming unto the house of God at Jerusalem, in the second month, began Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, and Jeshua the son of Jozadak, and the remnant of their brethren the priests and the Levites, and all they that were come out of the captivity unto Jerusalem; and appointed the Levites, from twenty years old and upward, to set forward the work of the house of the Lord."

They are all leaving captivity and going unto Jerusalem.  Zerubbabel now mentioned in chapter 3, to set forward the work of the house of the Lord.  Chapter 4:

Then they came to Zerubbabel, and to the chief of the fathers, and said unto them, Let us build with you: for we seek your God, as ye do; and we do sacrifice unto him since the days of Esarhaddon king of Assur, which brought us up hither."

Further in chapter four it tells us that Zerubbabel declined their offers.  Because he and Joshua (Jeshua) told them no, that they would do what King Cyrus of Persia told them, these people set about to delay and trouble them in the building of the house of God.  A letter is written to the King after failed attempts to distract the Jews building the temple, and the letter accuses them to the king of building a “rebellious and bad city” “without paying tribute or taxes” and that letter worked – King Artaxerxes succeeded in stopping them.  The men who had hired the distracters, succeeded in force in then stopping the building of the house of God. 

Did Zerubbabel Ever Finish the House of God?

Chapter five, key verse continues.  In verse 1, the prophets Haggai and Zechariah are both mentioned in the first verse as they prophesied to them who would build the temple.  Then verse 2:

Then rose up Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel, and Jeshua the son of Jozadak, and began to build the house of God which is at Jerusalem: and with them were the prophets of God helping them."

So the work continued.  This provoked Tatnai the governor of their side of the river and his helper Shetharboznai to write a letter to King Darius, to verify what the Jews and prophets answered them as to who told them to build the house of God.  This is where Sheshbazzar’s name comes back into the picture, even though Zerubbabel is there.  In this letter quoting the Jews, they repeat from Ezra 1:7-11:

"And the vessels also of gold and silver of the house of God, which Nebuchadnezzar took out of the temple that was in Jerusalem, and brought them into the temple of Babylon, those did Cyrus the king take out of the temple of Babylon, and they were delivered unto one, whose name was Sheshbazzar, whom he had made governor;  15 And said unto him, Take these vessels, go, carry them into the temple that is in Jerusalem, and let the house of God be builded in his place.

16 Then came the same Sheshbazzar, and laid the foundation of the house of God which is in Jerusalem: and since that time even until now hath it been in building, and yet it is not finished."

So we see by verse sixteen that Zerubbabel is indeed the same person as Sheshbazzar.  Both are given credit not only for laying the foundation of the House of God that “is yet unfinished”, but credit is given to both names as he who led them out of bondage in Babylon.  But my question is this:

How can Sheshbazzar carry vessels into a temple if it has not even yet been built?  Is the “house of God” and the “temple” they speak of here two different things?  It says for him to carry the vessels “into the temple that is in Jerusalem and let the house of God be builded in that place”.

And how can Zerubbabel finish a “house” that as of the writing of these books, after he is long dead, was still unfinished?  Why do historians give credit to Herod for “finishing” a temple?  Was it perhaps NOT the temple, since apparently there already WAS one in Jerusalem for Sheshbazzar to place the vessels in?

Two verses come to mind on this subject:

"Howbeit the most High dwelleth not in temples made with hands; as saith the prophet,"

"God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands;"

dwell  (dwĕl)
intr.v. dwelt (dwĕlt) or dwelled, dwell·ing, dwells
1. To live as a resident; reside.
2. To exist in a given place or state:

In both of those verses the words “dwell” (live, exist in), temples, and “made with hands” are used.  Again, Sheshbazzar was told to place the vessels in the temple in Jerusalem and to “build the house of God in that place”, and “laid the foundation”, then WHAT were they building?

One interpretation for the two different “builders” of the foundation was found on “Studylight”:

"(sshehssh' baz zuhr) Babylonian name probably meaning, “may Shamash (sun god) protect the father.” Jewish leader who accompanied the first group of Exiles from Babylon to Jerusalem in 538 BC (Ezra 1:8 ). King Cyrus of Persia apparently appointed Sheshbazzar governor of restored Judah and supplied his company of people with provisions and many of the treasures which the Babylonians had taken from Jerusalem. He attempted to rebuild the Temple (Ezra 5:16 ), but got no farther than the foundation when he was replaced by Zerubbabel. His genealogy is not clear, but some believe the Shenazar of 1 Chronicles 3:17 may be Sheshbazzar. If so, he was a son of Jehoiachin and uncle of Zerubbabel." - Source,

That is one view, but I disagree with this.  Because scripture says:

"Then came the same Sheshbazzar, and laid the foundation of the house of God which is in Jerusalem: and since that time even until now hath it been in building, and yet it is not finished."

"The hands of Zerubbabel have laid the foundation of this house; his hands shall also finish it; and thou shalt know that the Lord of hosts hath sent me unto you."

Wikipedia states:

"The Second Temple was an important Jewish Holy Temple (Hebrew: בֵּית־הַמִּקְדָּשׁ הַשֵּׁנִי‎: Bet HaMikdash HaSheni; Arabic: بيت القدس‎: Beit al-Quds) which stood on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem during the Second Temple period, between 516 BCE and 70 CE. It replaced the First Temple which was destroyed in 586 BCE, when the Jewish nation was exiled to Babylon. Jewish eschatology includes a belief that the Second Temple will in turn be replaced by a future Third Temple." - Source, Wikipedia

Take note of the dates of the “second temple period”.  The second temple it says, stood until 70 CE (common period or A.D.)  Up until the writing of Ezra chapter 5, it was never finished, yet Wikipedia quotes Ezra five as to it being “completed” under King Darius:

After a relatively brief halt due to opposition from peoples who had filled the vacuum during the Jewish captivity (Ezra 4), work resumed c. 521 BCE under the Persian King Darius the Great (Ezra 5) and was completed during the sixth year of his reign (c. 516 BCE), with the temple dedication taking place the following year." - Source, Wikipedia

We find the “completion” in Ezra 6:

"14 And the elders of the Jews builded, and they prospered through the prophesying of Haggai the prophet and Zechariah the son of Iddo. And they builded, and finished it, according to the commandment of the God of Israel, and according to the commandment of Cyrus, and Darius, and Artaxerxes king of Persia.

15 And this house was finished on the third day of the month Adar, which was in the sixth year of the reign of Darius the king."

Flavius Josephus stated that King Herod completely rebuilt the temple in 20-18 BCE (B.C.).  However, Herod is not mentioned until Jesus’ time in the New Testament, the first time in Matthew 2:1.  Herod wanted to kill the baby Jesus, so why would a Roman King put in charge of Judea want to rebuild a Jewish temple?

There is no “Herod’s Temple” mentioned in the Bible.  There is no mention of a temple rebuilt by Herod at all.  Haggai 2: states the glory of the second temple would be greater than the first, and remember before we discussed that the second temple was missing the articles that were in the first, such as the Ark of the Covenant, the pot of manna, Aaron’s rod, the sacred fire and the “dwelling and settling divine presence of God”.

Most of the sources on Herod’s rebuilding of the temple come from Josephus whom for reasons we’ve researched in the past, I don’t trust.  From his writings Wiki states:

"Reconstruction of the temple under Herod began with a massive expansion of the Temple Mount. Religious worship and temple rituals continued during the construction process.[18] Following the Great Revolt of the Province of Iudaea, the Temple was destroyed by Roman troops under Titus during the Siege of Jerusalem in 70 CE" - Source, Wikipedia/Herods_temple

Biblical search reveals nothing of Herod rebuilding a temple.  And the destruction of “Zerubbabel’s” temple is also stated as having been destroyed in 70 A.D.  This would have taken us through the time of Jesus’s life.  However, what do we find in the scriptures regarding Jesus and the temple?

And Jesus walked in the temple in Solomon's porch."

And as the lame man which was healed held Peter and John, all the people ran together unto them in the porch that is called Solomon's, greatly wondering."

"And by the hands of the apostles were many signs and wonders wrought among the people; (and they were all with one accord in Solomon's porch."

Of the prophet Haggai, this was said:

"The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the Lord of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, saith the Lord of hosts."

This chapter of Haggai I had quoted from before.  In the verse above it states that the “glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former…”

There is no mention of this being possible through Herod, and this “latter house” was the “building made with hands” written of in Ezra chapters 4 and 5, then this didn’t happen did it?  Does this mean the Lord of hosts lied?  No.  Because I want to show you something:

Let’s look at the rest of Haggai 2:

"In the four and twentieth day of the ninth month, in the second year of Darius, came the word of the Lord by Haggai the prophet, saying,  11. Thus saith the Lord of hosts; Ask now the priests concerning the law, saying,  12. If one bear holy flesh in the skirt of his garment, and with his skirt do touch bread, or pottage, or wine, or oil, or any meat, shall it be holy? And the priests answered and said, No.

13. Then said Haggai, If one that is unclean by a dead body touch any of these, shall it be unclean? And the priests answered and said, It shall be unclean.  14. Then answered Haggai, and said, So is this people, and so is this nation before me, saith the Lord; and so is every work of their hands; and that which they offer there is unclean.

15. And now, I pray you, consider from this day and upward, from before a stone was laid upon a stone in the temple of the Lord:  16. Since those days were, when one came to an heap of twenty measures, there were but ten: when one came to the pressfat for to draw out fifty vessels out of the press, there were but twenty.

17. I smote you with blasting and with mildew and with hail in all the labours of your hands; yet ye turned not to me, saith the Lord.  18. Consider now from this day and upward, from the four and twentieth day of the ninth month, even from the day that the foundation of the Lord's temple was laid, consider it.

19. Is the seed yet in the barn? yea, as yet the vine, and the fig tree, and the pomegranate, and the olive tree, hath not brought forth: from this day will I bless you.  20. And again the word of the Lord came unto Haggai in the four and twentieth day of the month, saying,  21. Speak to Zerubbabel, governor of Judah, saying, I will shake the heavens and the earth;

22. And I will overthrow the throne of kingdoms, and I will destroy the strength of the kingdoms of the heathen; and I will overthrow the chariots, and those that ride in them; and the horses and their riders shall come down, every one by the sword of his brother.  23. In that day, saith the Lord of hosts, will I take thee, O Zerubbabel, my servant, the son of Shealtiel, saith the Lord, and will make thee as a signet: for I have chosen thee, saith the Lord of hosts."

Take time to decipher this and we will discuss this part of Haggai, and take up from Ezra to Nehemiah tomorrow night.

I Just Want You To Recognize Me In the Temple

1 comment:

  1. Happy belated Valentines Day, God ♥ A witness in spirit is worth two in the temple. I love you. Thank you for not letting me go.


Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.