They have three main parts:
1 - The historical part consists of 17 biblical books, which range from Genesis to the
Book of Esther. The narrative begins with the creation of the universe, billions of years ago (Genesis 1:1); the planning of the planet earth to allow plant, animal and human life in six periods of several thousand years (Genesis 1:2-2:24). The account of
Genesis chapter 3 is that of the devil's attack against the Sovereignty of God, Adam and Eve associated with this rebellion and their respective judgment (Genesis 3).
(In 1914, Satan the Devil has been expelled from heaven with demons on the earth, according to Revelation 12:9)
(In 1914, Jesus Christ has been enthroned in heaven as King of the Kingdom of God, according to Revelation 11:15. The understanding of the prophecy
of Daniel chapter 4, makes it possible to obtain the year 1914)
OF PATRIOTISM: Jesus Christ is actually King in the Heavens in the midst of his enemies (Psalms 2). King Jesus Christ will put end of the human sovereignty on Earth, in the great tribulation)
Genesis 3:15, is the promise of God which is the central theme of the Bible: "And I will put enmity between you and the woman and between your offspring and her offspring. He will crush your head, and you will strike him in the heel".
The understanding of this prophecy provides a good overview of the articulation of the Bible reasoning regarding its history and prophecies. The covenant with Abraham, the creation of the People of Israel, the Davidic kingship and so forth, makes it possible
to understand progressively this biblical enigma. This historical part ends with the return of the People of Israel to Palestine after 70 years of exile in Babylon (The Books of Nehemiah and Ezra).
In this historical part, there is what constitutes the Covenant of the Law, from the book of Exodus to the book of Deuteronomy, interspersed with historical narratives of the Israelites during the 40 years of wandering in the wilderness. To get a good
general idea of the spirit of this set of laws, read Exodus chapters 20-23.
OF GOD: the explanation of the prophecy of Genesis 3:15)
no longer under the authority of the Law given to Moses (Romans 10: 4). Nevertheless, the Mosaic Law has a prophetic fulfillment, according to the inspired letters of the Apostle Paul (Colossians 2:17, Hebrews 10:1). How is it fulfilled in the Christian congregation?
2 - The poetic part consists of 5 biblical books, the book of Job to The Song of Solomon. The book of Job gives another very important information regarding the devil's challenge against
the Sovereignty of God mentioned in Genesis chapter 3. In Job chapters 1 and 2, we understand that the devil's challenge also includes the integrity of the human being to the trials: "But Satan answered Jehovah: “Skin for skin. A man will give everything
that he has for his life. But, for a change, stretch out your hand and strike his bone and flesh, and he will surely curse you to your very face" (Job 2: 4,5). Jehovah God allowed the devil to cause Job to suffer for a time, without allowing him to kill Job.
This temporary permission of evil made it possible to give a moral answer to the challenge of the devil: would Job remain to be blameless and upright before God, even in terrible trials, in this case, directly provoked by the devil? Job's faith has been victorious,
he remained upright by giving glory to God: "Until I die, I will not renounce my integrity!" (Job 27:5). Jehovah God rewarded the integrity of Job (Job 42:10-17, James 5:11). Genesis 3 and the book of Job allow us to better understand the spiritual challenges
of the temporary divine permission of evil.
The poetic book of Psalms allows us to see examples of prayers that can be addressed to God (Psalms 141:2). It is interesting to note that
this biblical book also has a prophetic dimension. There are prophecies concerning the Messiah (Psalms 2 the heavenly enthronement of King Jesus Christ; 22 the circumstances of the sacrificial death of Christ; 45 the heavenly marriage of King Jesus Christ
with his queenly consort, the New Jerusalem (144000 ) (Revelation 19:7,8; 21:2)). Prophecies about the future earthly paradise (Psalms 37, 46, 72).
(Jesus Christ gave very specific advice on prayer)
will be released from the consequences of sin (Romans 5:12,13))
The book of Proverbs contains requirements for good relationship with God, with human beings in general
and within the family. The book of Ecclesiastes shows that a human existence without God is futility. To give meaning to our existence, it is essential to obey God (Ecclesiastes 12:13,14). The construction of this biblical book is strange because one must
read the very end of this book to understand, in a first reading, its general message.
3 - The prophetic part consists of 17 biblical books, which is from Isaiah to Malachi. It is impossible
to summarize in a very condensed way the contents of these books. The sum of both historical and biblical information is simply astronomical. There are messianic prophecies concerning the people of Israel, Jerusalem, the people around them, the end of time,
the Day of Jehovah (the Great Tribulation), the succession of world powers, the future earthly paradise...
In this prophetic part there are the first three books which are more important
in number of chapters: Isaiah, Jeremiah (associated with the book of Lamentations) and Ezekiel. In Isaiah 53, there are Messianic prophecies regarding the circumstances of Christ's sacrificial death. In Isaiah 11, 35, 65, there is an encouraging prophetic
description of the future earthly paradise. In Ezekiel 38 and 39, there is the prophecy on Gog of Magog, which is just before en during the great tribulation. In Ezekiel 40-48, there is a prophetic description of the future administration of the Kingdom of
God on earth.
(The prophecy of Ezekiel 40-48 symbolically describes the earthly administration
of the Kingdom of God)
(The prophecy of Ezekiel 40-48 symbolically describes
the role of the princes who will administer the reception of the earthly resurrects, but also the worship of Jehovah, outside the spiritual temple)
(The prophecy of Ezekiel 40-48 symbolically describes the role of earthly priests (the sons of Zadoc), who will deal directly with the administration of worship to Jehovah, in the spiritual
temple (They will represent the people through prayer, they will teach, they will judge the unrighteousresurrected (John 5: 28, 29))
After there are prophetic books with smaller
numbers of chapters, from Daniel to Malachi. Nevertheless their prophetic power is just as important as the first three prophetic books. Daniel's prophecy is spiritually very powerful. Moreover, a great part of the prophecies of Jesus Christ about Jerusalem,
the end of this system of things, is mainly based on the prophecies of Daniel chapters 9, 11 and 12 (Matthew 24, Mark 13 and Luke 21).
(The prophecy of Daniel, "of the two kings", describes the dramatic events which took place and take place in the Middle East, which will lead to the great tribulation (Daniel 11-12:1))
(Daniel's prophecy chapter 8, which announced hundreds of years in advance, the advent of Alexander the Great, describes in advance the
face and attitude of the last king of world power who will face the King Jesus Christ, during the great tribulation)
The prophecies on the Day of Jehovah, the great tribulation,
of the book of Zechariah associated with the books of Joel, Amos, Nahum, Habakkuk and Zephaniah, give very a precise information about the time of the great tribulation, what will happen and what we have to do to survive.
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