Jeremiah Chapter 24 (1611 Bible)
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1 The Lord shewed mee, and behold, two baskets of figges were set before the temple of the Lord, after that Nebuchad-rezzar king of Babylon had caried away captiue Ieconiah the sonne of Iehoiakim king of Iudah, and the princes of Iudah, with the carpenters and smiths from Ierusalem, and had brought them to Babylon.
5 Thus saith the Lord, the God of Israel, Like these good figges, so will I acknowledge them that are caried away captiue of Iudah, whom I haue sent out of this place into the land of the Caldeans for their good.
8 ¶ And as the euill figges which cannot be eaten, they are so euill; (Surely thus saith the Lord) so will I giue Zedekiah the king of Iudah, and his princes, and the residue of Ierusalem, that remaine in this land, and them that dwell in the land of Egypt.
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Garyloyd's Jeremiah Chapter 24 comment on 2/02/2012, 12:29am...
To Litsme thistime" I`ll add that when Christ was on earth Isreal had been scattered 600 years and that would put Judah captive 400 years at the point or to mark time in undrrstanding. The 10 tribes were took captive by Syria 600 years before Christ and went over the Caucas Mnts. And settle in Europ and are the Christians Nations. Judah return or most of them to Jerusalem after their captivety.I hope I got it right itsme thistime. What a handle you have.
Itsme Thistime's Jeremiah Chapter 24 comment on 12/03/2011, 2:11pm...
Mark 13:28 Christ tells us "Learn the parable of the fig tree" letting us know that it is imperative that those who follow Him learn this scripture. This let's us know we are in the last generation RIGHT NOW, because Judah had not been in Jerusalem since before Christ was born, until 1948 when they were aloud to return after WWII. To rephrase for better understanding, this parable let's us know that the end wouldn't come until Judah returned to Jerusalem. Judah was taken captive by the babylonians hundreds of years before Christ was on the earth, and had not returned until May 15, 1948, signifying the beginning of th last generation, or "the generation of the fig tree"
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