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vinsight4u8
Jan 22nd 2009, 01:12 PM
Do you realize that the Babylonioan kings have time left before Jeremiah 25:11-12 can be fulfilled?

God has yet to punish the last Babylon king.

What did Jeremiah write?
Why was Daniel so concerned about that prophecy?


Daniel 9:2 )under the Medes)
"In the first year of his reign I Daniel understood by books the number of years...'
v 3
"And I set my face unto the Lord God, to seek by prayer and supplications..."

v 23
"At the beginning of thy supplications...understand the matter..."
v 27
"And he shall confirm the covenant with many..."

he shall confirm the covenant with many

This is the same he that was in prophecy written by Jeremiah that Daniel was supplicating about. Daniel wanted to know when does the rest of Jeremiah's 70 years come to pass.

Jeremaih 25:11-12
"And this whole land shall be a desolation...serve the king of Babylon seventy years."

Did you catch that part - don't skim too quickly by it.

serve the king of Babylon
(70 years)

So then the Babylonian kings would have to be putting their own kings on the throne for that entire 70 years.

How could they have done that -when the Babylonian king time was

from
605 B.C. / Nebuchadnezzar
to
539 B.C.

?

Babylon's final king has to get the clock going again!
The final years of Babylon must yet come on the calendar.

vinsight4u8
Jan 22nd 2009, 01:16 PM
From Holman Bible Dictionary
pages 142-143

"Nebuchadnezzar II (605 -562 B.C.)
"His successors "his son Awel-marduk (561-560 B.C.)"
"Neriglissar (560 -558 B.C)"
Labashi-Marduk (557 B.C.), murdered as a mere child"
Nabonidus (556-539 B.C.) joint under Belshazzar at the end
"In 539 B.C., The Persian Cyrus II (the Great) enetered Babylon
without a fight. Thus ended Babylon's dominant role in Near
Eastern politics."

vinsight4u8
Jan 22nd 2009, 03:33 PM
Here's what the scene will be when Babylon on the Euphrates takes her final fall.

Isaiah 13:10
"For the stars of heaven, and the constellations thereof shall not give their light..."
v 9
"...the day of the LORD...he shall destroy..."

It is the time when God becomes the destroyer.

--------------That means the world must see the time of when the beast and Satan are the destroyers first.

13:1
"The burden of Babylon..."
v 6
"Howl ye; for the day of the LORD...it shall come as a destruction from the Almighty."

------------Now consider what the wicked part of the world is going to be doing when the two witnesses of Rev. 11 lie dead in Jerusalem.

--------They will be sending gifts to each other -

so it is not yet the time of He will destroy.
God has yet to become the One to make the evil people start howling when the day of the LORD arrives.

-------------Next, think about what hour did the angel tell John that the 2 witnesses will rise.

Do things change drastically at that point?

the great earthquake hour!

_______This hour - as in period of time - is when the Lord returns at the earthquake third woe!

The earthquake is not part of the 6th trumpet.

Jesus raises the two witnesses and the rest of the just when the great earthquake hour comes.


---------now back to what Isaiah said as to when Babylon falls
Isaiah 13:13
"Therefore I will shake the heavens and the earth shall remove out of her place, in the wrath of the LORD of hosts, and in the day of his fierce anger."
14:1
"For the LORD will have mercy on Jacob, and will yet choose Israel..."

vinsight4u8
Jan 22nd 2009, 03:46 PM
I'd like you take a look at something written by Zechariah.

Chapter 6 - Have you ever considered that this is a prophecy about the final fall of Babylon?

USE the KJV
Horses come from between mountains.
> > the mountains are made of brass
so - we use that as a key

then we find some of these horses go to a place called >
the north country

Jeremiah has that part as to where the Euphrates River is.
also - same land - as he notes it as where Judah was made desolate from

So send the black horses to Iraq.
the white follow them there

In Iraq, waiting for riders, are horses that are used in a prophecy that has to do with mountains.

mountains > > kingdom material
horses - ????

Well, a kingdom needs kings.
> > so does Zechariah lead us to go in that direction?

Yes.

I want to skip a bit in the chapter to the part where we find - one set of horses is to walk to and fro through the earth.

Okay, - their job is to keep walking.

Zechariah 6
v 7
"And the bay went forth,...walk to and fro through the earth..."

v 8
"...these that go toward the north country..."

So - to Iraq
did what?

"have quieted my spirit in the north country."

As - stopped the horses walking to and fro part.

--------Does this matter?
Yes!
I believe it does. I believe it is revealing to us that what this horse task is - has been put to a halt.
The north country has stopped - silenced the bay horse(s).
meaning - since the bay horses represent the spirit of the fear of the LORD > > it is the north country that silenced that spirit and will attack Israel.

The man of sin will come from Iraq.

vinsight4u8
Jan 22nd 2009, 05:06 PM
north country

--------------
Jeremiah 10:22
"Behold, the noise of the bruit is come, and a great commotion out of the north country, to make the cities of Judah desolate..."


46:10
"...in the north country by the river Euphrates."

vinsight4u8
Jan 24th 2009, 03:09 PM
Do you realize that the first seal of Revelation 6 is already over?

It was the time of the start of the nation of Iraq?

so the rider was King Faisal

vinsight4u8
Jan 25th 2009, 12:19 AM
What is the goal at the end of Zechariah chapter 5?

to build Shinar

build what in Shinar?

a house
= palace
set up the kingdom



-----------Shinar
= the area between the Tigrs and the Euphrates rivers in Iraq

vinsight4u8
Jan 25th 2009, 06:15 PM
Do you now what it takes to begin the kingdom of Shinar?

white horses - must head to the north country = Shinar
and a rider begins to rule there