Today, we are reading one chapter of 1 Corinthians and two chapters in second Chronicles.
June 26: 1 Corinthians 14, 2 Chronicles 25, 2 Chronicles 26 (click on the chapter to begin reading)
1 Corinthians 14. Follow love and desire the gift of prophecy. Speaking in tongues on the other hand has to be interpreted and is a sign to unbelievers. Keep order in the Church!
2 Chronicles 25. Amaziah reigned in Judah and went to war against Edom. Israel routed Judah and finally Amaziah was killed and buried.
2 Chronicles 26. Uzziah became the next king of Judah, young and successful and made Judah powerful again, but his pride got the best of him and he became a leper, an outcast. Jotham, his son became de facto regent until Uzziah’s death.
Please, go away, Jesus. You are bad for business.
Yes, there were five kings in 303 B.C., Antigonus amassed a large army and fleet, but the other kings attacked, defeated and killed Antigonus in 301 B.C., his kingdom divided, and then there were four.
The rest of this prophecy is yet to be fulfilled. It is now 2250+ years later, and it seems the rest of the prophecy is to be fulfilled.
Let us take a pause and see what is happening.
Let us take a look at the people of the world, starting from Genesis.
Looking at the map of the Middle East today, these are the people mentioned and their original settlements.
This is where Ishmael spent his life. He helped bury Abraham. His descendants branched out from there, mostly in the Levant.
Who is this King?
The one desired by women is a reference to the Messiah, Jesus Christ.
The desire of all nations is the Messiah, Jesus Christ
This king is most likely the Mahdi, yet to be revealed.
He will be joined by the forces of communism, socialism and humanism.
The prophetic clock started again with the
All this is yet to happen.