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What is the future described in the Bible for the descendants of Jacob? In Deuteronomy 32:8-9 we learn that as part of the dispersal of the nations following the incident of the Tower of Babel (Gen 11:1-9), God placed one of the angelic sons of God over each of the seventy nations listed in Genesis

The story lines of Revelation 12-13; 17:1-19:6; and 19:7-20:6 contain overlapping parallels. The purpose of Revelation 12:7-13 being surrounded by parallel verses being dated as three and one-half years before the second coming is no doubt to communicate to the reader that the war in heaven described in Revelation 12:7-13 has the same terminus a

In Revelation 12:1 "a woman" is described in verse 1 with language from Genesis 37:9-10, used there to identify Jacob and the twelve tribes of Israel. In other words, in Revelation 12 the woman represents Israel, the descendants of Jacob. In Revelation 12:17 "the rest of her children" is defined by the phrase "who keep

In Revelation 12:1-14:6 John gives the final seven major events in the conflict of the ages between Eve and the serpent and their respective seeds. In the garden of Eden in cursing the serpent, God had said, " I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her seed." Revelation

The covenants of the Bible were legal treaties between God and his people. In the ancient world when a treaty was broken, the King making the treaty would institute a lawsuit against the covenant breakers. There were two stages in the lawsuit. First the king would send messengers to the guilty parties. If these messenger

The books of both Daniel and Revelation describe two end time meetings of the divine council. At the first, the Son of Man receives the kingdom and at the second, the kingdom passes to the saints, his joint heirs. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Rev-4.2-20.6a-2-Divine-Assemblies.pdf

Revelation 4-5 describes a meeting of God's divine council composed of the Godhead and the authority structure of heavenly beings through which God governs the earth. Revelation 4-5 repeats many themes of earlier meetings of the council. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Rev-4-5b-Divine-Council.pdf

A chiasm is a literary structure where the words of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Matthew 26:17-20, the climax is the preparation for the Lord's supper (Matt 26:17b-19). https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Matt-26.17-20a-Chiasm.pdf

A chiasm is a literary structure where the words of the first section of a passage are repeated in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Matthew 26:14-29 there are four chiasms: 26:14-16; 17-20; 21-26; and 26-29. https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Matt-26.14-29a-Chiasms.pdf

A chiasm is a literary structure where the words and themes of the first section of a passage are repeated in reverse order in the second. The center of the chiasm is typically the climax of the passage. In Matthew 26:14-25, the climax is Jesus saying, "My (appointed) time is near" (Matt 26:18b). https://www.howthebiblefitstogether.org/files/Matt-26.14-25a-Chiasm.pdf