Post Tagged with: "Babylonian Captivity"

 
  • Daniel: The Man with an Excellent Spirit

    Daniel: The Man with an Excellent Spirit

    What’s in a name? Plenty in Daniel’s case: Dare to be a Daniel, Dare to stand alone! Dare to have a purpose firm! Dare to make it known. When the cream of Judah’s youth were […]

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  • Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia in Exile (5)

    Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia in Exile (5)

    Jeremiah: The Reluctant Firebrand (Part 2) Jeremiah wrote the longest book of prophecy in the Bible, full of more biographical insights than any other. To summarise it is to do it an injustice, but here it […]

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  • Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia In Exile (2)

    Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia In Exile (2)

    Ezekiel – Man of Vision, Son of Man If he were alive today, he would likely be called an eccentric genius. He was a Bible student and a wise priest—sought out for advice even by […]

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  • Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia In Exile (1)

    Babylonian Captivity – The Ecclesia In Exile (1)

    From around 610BC, Nebuchadnezzar began the invasion and destruction of the ancient kingdom of Judah. What had begun as a theocracy moved through various stages of its sometimes glorious history until finally, after over eight […]

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