Key of David

The Mysterious Old Testament Conclusion

Man is master of the art of war, but the Bible foretells a time when war will be abolished. Learn about a future free of violence and bloodshed.

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One of the most interesting aspects of Judah’s ancient history is the events and people who were involved with the building of the second temple. Ezra and Nehemiah discuss these events in great detail. But few people realize that these ancient events are actually prophecies for our time. The prophets Haggai and Zechariah make that clear in their prophecies concerning the temple. This booklet reveals the heavy prophetic flavor contained within the books of Ezra and Nehemiah.

God concluded the Old Testament with an inspiring message about the key of David—and about raising the ruins in our vast universe. It is far more relevant today than any time in mankind’s history!

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