Biblical History Part 1


Almost, But Not Quite

Copied from the sermon of Pastor Don Elmore

August 28, 2016

Scripture Reading: Jeremiah 33:20-22

20) “Thus saith the LORD, If ye can break my covenant of the day, and my covenant of the night, and that there should not be day and night in their season,

21) Then may also my covenant be broken with David, my servant, that he should not have a son to reign upon his throne, and with the Levite the priests, my ministers.

22) As the hosts of heaven cannot be numbered, neither the sand of the sea measured, so will I multiply the seed of David, my servant, and the Levites who minister unto me.”

The Bible says that “God hates Esau.” But I wondered exactly who are the descendants of the Esau in today’s world? I know that Esau is our enemy and I wondered who else in today’s world are our enemies. So, what I found out begins in today’s sermon and will continue on in the following messages.


The first enemy of God’s people had to be the first murderer. It was Cain. And do you remember Cain’s punishment for killing his half-brother Abel? God told Cain that he could no longer be a farmer, and the land would not produce for him. And that was forever. In addition, he would be a wanderer and a vagabond. And that was forever.

So, in today’s world what would Cain be? Wouldn’t he be a globalist or internationalist? Wouldn’t he instigate the establishment of the League of Nations and the United Nations? The Bible, according to the faith revealed through Moses and the prophets, forbids very strongly confederations such as these two institutions that have been established in the last century.

The conflict between modern day Cainites and the rest of the world has now escalated to International Law; hence there is a war against nationalism, national independence and sovereignty through the United Nations and the media. When a nation becomes a member of the United Nations, it surrenders its sovereignty and independent status and becomes subject to the International Law of Cain/Canaan/Edom, and is not free to decide its own destiny.

This was evident in the recent Gulf War where America did not act according to the stipulations in its Constitution, but to a United Nation’s Resolution. America, Great Britain, Australia and the rest of the so-called Free World are no longer sovereign nations, but subject to the dictates of the Cain/Canaan/Edomite/Jewish controlled United Nations. The World Program we follow is of the wicked seed line.

How did it get that way? Let’s look at what the Bible says. True Christianity is one of the few groups that now teaches that interracial marriages are wrong. In fact, it was against the law in the United States until about 40 years ago. Since that time, just like abortion, the sin of interracial mingling has increased in such great numbers that there is talk now of the possible genocide of the White race.

In the olden days, the father had to approve of the groom. If the father didn’t approve, then there was no marriage. Do you think that Adam would approve of Cain, the murderer of Adam’s son to be the wife of one of his daughters? In fact, Cain was expelled from the land that Adam was living in, and went to live in another land with another group of people—the Orientals. Cain was the first offspring of Eve to interracially marry. That is the reason that the Jews, to this very day, take their qualification to be Jewish from their mother and not their father. A Jew is one who was born of a Jewish mother. In other words if the father is an Anglo-Saxon and the mother is Jewish, the children are Jewish.

In the Bible we find that there are six main descendants that are enemies of God and His people. All six of these were very close to the promises of the covenant; but they were not part of the covenant, or they disqualified their descendants from the covenant by interracially marrying into the wicked seed line. They are:

  1. Cain: The first murderer of one of God’s people. He was cursed by God. In his punishment for this crime, he and his descendants, the Kenites, can no longer farm, and as a result are wanderers and vagabonds. He interracially married with an Oriental.

  2. Canaan: The first-born incestuous son of Ham with his mother, Noah’s wife. For this drastically evil sin Ham’s son was cursed by Noah and later by God. Canaan interracially married a descendant of Cain.

  3. Ishmael: The first-born son of Abraham, but not with his wife, Sarah. Ishmaels’s mother was Sarah’s handmaiden, Hagar. His descendants became predominately the followers of Islam. They were blessed by God but He also stated that “His covenant would be established with Isaac, which Sarah shall bear” (Genesis 17:21b). Ismael’s descendants became cursed when they interracially married with Edom, Cain, and Canaan.

  4. Esau/Edom: The first-born twin son of Isaac and Rebekah who despised his divine birthright and after he lost it, labored to get it back and still does to this day. He interracially married two wives from the line of Canaan and one from the line of Ishmael. God hated Esau. These people became predominately the followers of Judaism and Catholicism.

  5. Samaritans: They interracially married with Ishmaelites, Cainites, Edomites, Israelites and Canaanites. The Samaritans became the middle ground between the Edomites and Israelites in the time of Christ’s birth and life. They were cursed by God. These people became predominately the followers of the Catholic Church and Judeo-Christians.

  6. Bad fig Jews: They were the mixed-multitude in Judah who resisted the Babylonian captivity. They mingled with the descendants of all of the above. They, like all the others, were cursed by God. They eventually were either killed or taken to Babylon.

If you read the Bible very, very carefully, you will find that the Israelites married into all six of these forbidden seed lines. Now that is an amazing statement. For over fifty years I didn’t believe that the Bible had any message on interracial dating and marriage. I couldn’t find a single verse of Scripture that was against this very evil, self-destructive practice. May God forgive my ignorance!

In the Bible you have all of those genealogy tables--those so-called “boring” tables. In Genesis 15:19-21 are listed ten Canaanite nations and they race-mixed so much with each other that by the time that you get to Deuteronomy 7:1-2, there are only seven. The Kenites, Kenizzites and Rephaims were completely absorbed by the other seven nations of this group.

In Ezra 9:1 they are listed as, “... the Canaanites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Jebusites, the Ammonites, the Moabites, the Egyptians, and the Amorites.” These all have one thing in common: they are descendants of Cain.

In the following list the first ten names are from Genesis 15; the three names crossed out and highlighted in yellow are from Deuteronomy 7; and the names with a * are the names listed in the ninth chapter of Ezra.

  1. Kenites (completely absorbed)
  2. Kenizzites (completely absorbed)
  3. Kadmonites (changed to Hivites)
  4. Hittites *
  5. Perizzites *
  6. Rephaims (completely absorbed)
  7. Amorites *
  8. Canaanites *
  9. Girgashites
  10. Jebusites *
  11. Ammonites *
  12. Moabites *
  13. Egyptians *

Then in Psalms 83, there is the prayer against Israel’s enemies. The enemies are listed beginning in verse 6:

  1. The Tabernacles of Edom
  2. Ishmaelites
  3. Moab
  4. Hagarenes
  5. Gebal
  6. Ammon
  7. Amalek
  8. Philistines
  9. Tyre
  10. Assyria

We are beginning to find a whole lot of different people who are enemies of Israel. They went to war against Israel, and many of Israel’s enemies actually captured many of her people as slaves.

Let’s study one of these enemies--Amalek, Esau’s grandson. Amalek was a mixed-breed Edomite and Canaanite. The Amalekites were the first country to fight against Israel after they came out of slavery in Egypt. But God gave His people special instructions on what to do in their battle against Amalek.

Moses, Aaron and Hur went to the top of the hill and when Moses held his hands up, Israel prevailed, and when he let his hands down, Amalek prevailed. So Aaron and Hur got a large stone and put it under Moses and he sat on it. Aaron and Hur supported his hands, one on one side and one on the other. This they did till the sun set. So Joshua overwhelmed Amalek and his people with the edge of the sword. Could that be the origin of people raising both of their hands high in the air in the worship service?

The attack by the Amalekites was cowardly as they attacked from behind, preying upon stragglers who were faint and weary. The Amalekites were defeated by the Israelites but were not totally annihilated. God specifically made a very important statement regarding the Amalekites that is recorded for Israel’s posterity. God said, “The LORD has sworn; the LORD will have war against Amalek from generation to generation” (Exodus 17:16). Now, tell me, Universalists, how can God so love this group of people who He says that He will have war with from generation to generation?

By the time of King Saul, God commanded Saul to go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass. Complete genocide. Think about this a minute. God instructed His people to completely annihilate all the Amalekites. God never forgets the evil done to His people. Now, let me ask this question again: How did God change from annihilating all the Amalekites to loving every person in the world, without exception? How did God, after about 1500 years when He told His Covenant People to totally kill all the Amalekites—that is all the men, women, children, animals; everything without exception—change to providing salvation to everyone who acknowledges that Jesus died for him?

But King Saul spared the life of the King of the Amalekites. For this disobedience, he lost his rulership over God’s kingdom and his life. King Saul’s punishment for sparing the king’s life was what? He was taken off the throne of Israel and was eventually killed when he wouldn’t leave. He even attempted to kill his successor, King David, many times, but he failed every time.

Before we study more about who are Israel’s enemies, we need to consider the divisions in the tribe of Judah. The average Christian is unaware of many of these divisions in the tribe of Judah.

Many are unaware of the many divisions in not just the tribe of Judah but in the nation of Israel. They believe the lie that all people are created equal. For example: The kings were limited to the House of David of the tribe of Judah. The High Priest was limited to the House of Aaron of the tribe of Levi. The dominion was limited to the sons of Joseph, the tribes of Manasseh and Ephraim. Benjamin was the tribe that was given to help Judah…and so on, and so on.

One has to read the Bible carefully and then one can see how the enemies of Israel caused many problems in the tribe of Judah. In fact, they caused many difficulties in all of the tribes of Israel. But we will look at some of the divisions that occurred in the tribe of Judah.


  1. Descendants of Pharez and Zerah vs. the descendants of Shelah--the blessing and the curse of Judah.
  2. Judah received the Scepter vs. Levi the Priesthood and Joseph the Birthright.
  3. Sons of Zerah leave Egypt and go to Greece, Rome and England vs. the vast majority of Judah who stay in Egypt and after 215 years, went through the Exodus.
  4. Kingdom of Judah vs. Kingdom of Israel.
  5. House of David of Judah becomes the kingly line vs. the other families in Judah.\
  6. King Jehosophat’s son given in a mixed marriage King Ahab and Jezebel’s daughter vs. the kings of Judah marrying good seed.
  7. Majority of Judah taken captive by the Assyrians vs. minority of Judah taken captive by the Babylonians.
  8. Good-figs Judahites vs. Bad-figs Jews.
  9. Two of the princesses, Zedekiah’s daughters, taken to Spain and Ireland for royal marriages by Jeremiah the prophet vs. the remainder of Judah’s captives who are taken to Babylon from Egypt.
  10. A few captives of Judah (around 40,000) returned to Jerusalem after 70 years to rebuild the walls and temple vs. the vast remainder who stayed in Babylon.
  11. Many of the returnees to Jerusalem have mixed-marriages vs. the majority of holy seed of Judah who had marriages with their own kind in Jerusalem.
  12. The mixed-seed Samaritans vs. the holy seed Judahites.
  13. The seventy weeks nation of Judah vs. the rest of Judah.

In today’s sermon we will look at a few of these divisions that occurred in the tribe of Judah, points 1 and 6. We will begin with the first on;, a very important one to understand. And I am sad to say, that I used to believe that the woman who saved the tribe of Judah from going “in the way of Cain” was nothing more than a Canaanite whore. May our God forgive me!

Point 1: Descendants of Pharez and Zerah vs. the descendants of Shelah

Judah had five sons; three with a Canaanite woman, Bathshua, and two with an Israelite, Tamar. Judah’s first son with the Canaanite woman was Er. Judah went to Shem and convinced him that his daughter, Tamar, would be a good wife for his son. So, Shem gave Tamar to be Er’s wife. But it was not consummated. God killed Er for his evilness. So, according to the law of God, Judah gave Tamar to Er’s brother Onan to raise up seed as a substitute for Er. But Onan did not want to do this, so he spilled his seed on the ground. This made God angry, so He killed Onan. Onan did not consummate this marriage either.

Tamar waited until Shelah, Judah’s third son with a Canaanitish woman grew up. For when he was the right age, Shelah would be another substitute for his brother Er. But while Judah was gone from his house for a while, Shelah’s mother gave him a Canaanite wife to marry. Judah was crushed.

Think about this situation that Judah was in. He had made the same mistake that Esau had made. All three of his children were half-breeds; Er, Onan and Shelah. Er and Onan died childless and Shelah had children by another Canaanite wife. All of his children were disqualified from the covenant that God had made with Judah’s fathers: Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

If nothing else had happened, the tribe of Judah would have been wiped out from the annals of Israel. They were “Almost, but not quite” totally without one of the tribes of Israel.

What kind of father was Judah anyway? He is one of the Patriarchs of Israel. The Bible points out all of the sins of His people to let us know that there is HOPE for all of us.

But Tamar, an Israelite, saved the day. She had been given to Judah’s first two sons, but the marriages were never consummated. The third son bypassed her, so she was left a virgin. Praise God!

The Bible tells us that shortly after Shelah was married, his mother died. Judah was now a widower, but single again. Tamar, disguised herself and went to the place where Judah was going to sear some sheep. She dressed as a prostitute on the side of the road, but she wasn’t one. She had Judah act as the surrogate father for her. When Judah offered to pay her, she asked for a couple of things that he carried with him to hold as a down payment. The next day when Judah sent the payment to her by a good friend, she could not be found.

She was found pregnant several months later and when taken to Judah to receive her punishment, she produced the things that he gave her. “She is more righteous than I,” exclaimed Judah. The supposed one night stand produced the twin sons of royalty, Pharez and Zerah. They never had relations again. But these two sons grew up to be two of the most important people in all of Judah’s and Israel’s history.

The children of Shelah grew up and they became known as part of the mixed-multitude of Israel. The mixed-multitude constantly complained about what was happening to them and said many times, after the exodus, that they wanted to go back to Egypt.

The children of Tamar and Judah were the good seed. They have become the royalty of many nations in Europe and, of course, Israel itself: Two over the whole nation of Israel, and all the kings of the House of Judah, and over the House of Israel in the nations of Europe.

Point 6: King Jehosophat’s son given in a mixed marriage to King Ahab’s and Jezebel’s daughter vs. the kings of Judah marrying good seed

“In the course of time Ahab died and was succeeded first by Jezebel’s son Ahaziah (a serpent seed) who ruled for two years, and then by another of her (serpent seed) sons, Jehoram who ruled for the next 12 years before Ahab’s dynasty ended. During the reigns of these sons, Jezebel now in the role of queen mother, continued to influence the land with her fornications and sorceries (2 Kings 9:22). Her influence was even felt in Judah to the south, where her wicked daughter Athaliah, who married Judah’s king, perpetuated the Jezebel spirit in that southern kingdom for another six years after her mother’s death.” (Insight on the Scriptures, volume 2, page 76).

The northern kingdom had two kings that were descendants of Cain—Jezebel and her two sons with King Ahab, namely King Ahaziah and King Jehoram. You may have known that fact, but did you know that Jezebel’s daughter, Athaliah, was eventually ruling as the Queen of Judah!

What terrible times they were. I thought we were living in a horrible situation. “There is nothing new under the sun.”

2Chronicles 18:1: “Now Jehoshaphat had riches and honor in abundance, and made a marriage alliance with Ahab.”

Chronological line of royalty for the House of Israel and the House of Judah

Regarding the chart to the right: 

Numbers signify the order of the kings in each kingdom.

Italicized names: Females; Athaliah is the same person.

Black/Blue names: Mongrels with the wicked seed line.

Athaliah is the daughter of Ahab and Jezebel.

Ahaziah and Jehoram are sons of Ahab and Jezebel.

Jehosheba and Joash are daughter and son of Jehoram with a different wife other than Athaliah.

King Ahaziah of Judah is the son of Jeroham and Athaliah.

Blue name: Full blooded wicked seed line.

* Killed by Jehu.

Notice anything unusual about this chart?

  • First of all, there are common names of each of the kings of both kingdoms: Jehoram and Ahaziah.

  • Second of all, there is the daughter of King Ahab and Jezebel of the House of Israel who marries King Jehoram of the King of Judah who has a son, King Ahaziah and then later she become Queen of Judah!

  • While all of this is going on in the two kingdoms, Elijah and Elisha serve their ministries. For example, Elijah has his contest with the Baal prophets at Mt. Carmel.

AThe nameless brother of Ahariah and Jehosheba:  Joash was Jehoram's son by a woman other than Athaliah per Septuagint 2 Kngs 11:2 LXXthaliah is the same person on the House of Israel and on the House of Judah in the chart. She was the daughter of Ahab and Jezebel. Jezebel was from the wicked seed line (Genesis 3:15). So, Athaliah and the two sons, Ahaziah and Jehoram were of that seed line too.

She was given to Jehoram of Judah in a marriage of political convenience. Their son, Ahaziah of Judah, was also of that wicked seed line. And Athaliah, after the death of her son, Ahaziah, usurped the throne of Judah for 6 years. The daughter of Jehoram, Jehosheba, had another mother, not Athaliah. So did Joash. Joash was not the son of Ahaziah and Athaliah.

It says so in the King James Version that he was and in many other Bibles. But not the Septuagint:

And Jerosheba daughter of King Joram, sister of Ahaziah, took Joash, the son of her brother (not the son of Ahaziah, as most Bibles have it), and stole him from among the king’s sons that were put to death, secreting him and his nurse in the bedchamber, and hid him from the face of Athaliah, and he was not slain” (2 Kings 11:2, LXX, names changed to KJV).

Jerosheba had several brothers and half-brothers. Which one was it? Most translantions of the Bible just assumes that it is Ahaziah. If Joash were the son of Ahaziah, then the evil seed line would be the ancestor of our Messiah. This could not be possible. Think about it.

The story of these two families in the above chart cover many chapters in the Bible. It is truly an amazing bit of history. Both Edom and Libnah broke free with a revolt from Judah under the reign of Jehoram. Then there came a letter written by a prophet of God. It was a letter written to the king of Judah—Jehoram. The letter was written by _________?

The letter said the following:

12b) “Thus saith the LORD God of David, thy father, Because thou hast not walked in thee ways of Jehoshaphat, thy father, nor in the ways of Asa, king of Judah,

13) But hast walked in the way of the kings of Israel, and hast made Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem to play the harlot, like the harlotries of the house of Ahab, and also hast slain thy brethren of thy father’s house, who were better than thyself,

14) Behold, with a great plague will the LORD smite thy people, and thy children, and thy wives, and all thy goods;

15) And thou shalt have great sickness by disease of thine intestines, until they fall out by reason of the sickness day by day.”

This letter written to the king of Judah who had married into the wicked seed line was authored by Elijah the prophet! The letter is in the book of 2Chronicles, chapter 21.

The prophecies in this letter came to be fulfilled. The Philistines and the Arabians came into Jerusalem and broke into the king’s house and took captive all of his sons, except for the youngest, Ahaziah, his wives, except for Athaliah, and his goods. After this tragedy, Jehoram died of an incurable disease; his intestines fell out by reason of his severe sickness.

The people then made Ahaziah, his youngest son and only remaining son, king of Judah. What does he do? Well, he joins with the king of Israel, Jehoram, the son of Ahab, to war against Syria. And Jehoram was wounded in the battle. It shouldn’t have been much of a surprise as they were both related by blood. They both were related to Ahab and Jezebel. They had the evil blood of Cain.

All this happened after Jehoshaphat was asked to fight with Ahab at Ramoth-gilead and after Elijah had the battle at Mt. Carmel with the 850 false Baal prophets. Wow! Elijah proved that the House of Israel was worshipping another god—Baal. And then Jehoshaphat marries his son with the evil daughter of Jezebel and Ahab? No wonder Jehoshaphat was warned about helping one that does evil!

Have you ever wondered how Israel survived? There was a lot of blood that was spent. Just how did all the people that are mentioned in the chart above die, along with some of the other murders?

Ahab and Jehoshaphat: Ahab and Jehoshaphat fight a battle against Syria at Ramoth-gilead. Jehoshaphat dresses like Ahab and Ahab dresses in a disguise. Jehoshaphat is chased by the Syrians and just before they are ready to kill him they recognize that he is not Ahab and let him go. A random shot by a Syrian archer lands in Ahab’s chest and he dies in his chariot. Jehoshaphat’s life is spared. He dies of natural causes.

Ahaziah of Israel: The first born mongrel son of Ahab and Jezebel. He falls down through a lattice in his upper chamber and was sick. Instead of calling on God, he sends his messengers to inquire of Baal-zebub, the god of Ekron, whether he should recover from this disease.

The angel of the LORD tells Elijah to go to Ahaziah’s messengers and tell them, “Is it because there is not a God in Israel, that ye go to inquire of Baal-zebub, the god of Ekron? Now, therefore, thus saith the LORD, Then shalt not come down from that bed to which thou art gone, but shalt surely die. And Elijah departed” (2 Kings 1:5, 6).

Ahaziah answers by sending a captain with fifty men to Elijah to capture him, and Elijah responds by saying, “If he is a man of God, then let fire come down from heaven, and consume thee and thy fifty.” And fire comes down and burns the 51 men.

It happens the same way a second time…51 more dead men. It happens almost the same way the third time, except all are burned alive except for the captain who pleads for his life. Elijah comes to Ahaziah’s bedside and tells him that he is going to die. He will not recover from his disease. Ahaziah of Israel dies.

Jehoram of Judah: The LORD smote this king of Judah who had married into the wicked seed line with an incurable disease (2 Chronicles 21:18). It took 2 years for him to die with his intestines falling out by reason of his sickness; so he died of a severe disease.

Ahaziah of Judah and Jehoram of Israel: They fight in a war together against the king of Syria. Jehoram of Israel is wounded and goes to Jezreel to heal of his wounds. King Ahziah of Judah comes to see how he is doing in his illness. Elisha, the successor to Elijah, anoints Jehu to be the next king of Israel after he executes ALL THE DESCENDANTS OF AHAB AND JEZEBEL IN BOTH KINGDOMS. Since the wicked seed line had gotten in their blood, there was no hope for any of these people—God’s order remains the same—kill every one of them.

Jehoram and Ahaziah ride in their chariots to meet Jehu. Jehu draws his arrow and smites Jehoram between his arms and the arrow went out at his heart and he died in his chariot. Jehu commands that the body of the king be taken to the field of Naboth and left there. He then chases Ahaziah of Judah to Megiddo and he too was slain in his chariot. So, in one day, both kings of Israel and Judah were slain.

Jezebel: Jehu continues on his divine killing mission. He travels to Jezreel where Jezebel is hiding. She puts on her make-up and looks out the window, whereas Jehu calls and says, “Who is on my side?” (2 Kings 9:32). A couple of eunuchs then threw Jezebel down to the ground where her blood sprinkled on the wall and on the horses; and he trod her under foot. Later, Jehu told his men to go and get Jezebel and bury her for she was a king’s daughter. When they arrived they saw that the “dogs had eaten the flesh of Jezebel” exactly as Elijah had prophesied.

Seventy sons of Ahab: Jehu then wrote a letter to the rulers in Jezreel and told them to pick one of the seventy sons of Ahab and set him on his father’s throne and fight for him. But the men were afraid to do this for both kings of both kingdoms had been killed in one day by Jehu. So they replied to Jehu that they were his servants and they would do what he told them.

Then Jehu wrote a second letter telling them to kill all seventy of the wicked seed line sons. When they received the second letter, the men took the king’s sons and slew all seventy of them, putting their heads in baskets and sent them to Jehu. So, Jehu slew all who remained of the house of Ahab in Jezreel.

42 relatives of King Ahaziah of Judah: Jehu goes to Samaria and meets with 42 relatives of King Ahaziah who are going to greet the children of the king and the children of the queen. Jehu slays all 42 of these relatives, because they had the wicked seed line in them.

Baal worshippers: Jehu gathered all the Baal worshippers together, with all the prophets of Baal, his servants and priests. He proclaimed a great sacrifice to offer to Baal. Jehu proclaimed a solemn assembly for Baal throughout all Israel and all the worshipers of Baal came. Jehu then stationed his men and they went in and killed all the worshippers of Baal by the edge of the sword and brought forth the images out of the house of Baal and burned them. They broke down the house of Baal, and made it into a latrine.

All the seed royal of Judah (except one small infant boy): Athaliah, the mother of Ahaziah, when she saw that her son had been killed by Jehu, decided to kill all the seed royal in Judah. This would eliminate any competition for her and she did something that had never been done before—she usurped the kingdom of Judah and proclaim herself as Queen of Judah. The reign of treachery was on.

Athaliah had thought that she had killed every single one of David’s line…but one little infant remained. The seed of David was “Almost, but not quite” destroyed. Jehosheba, the daughter of King Jehoram, sister of Ahaziah, (but Athaliah was not her mother), took Joash, her brother’s (not Ahaziah, but another father’s) son, and stole him from among the king’s sons who were slain. They hid him, and his nurse in the bedchamber from Athaliah, so that he was not slain. He was hid in the house of the LORD six years while Athaliah ruled over Judah.

Athaliah of Israel and Judah: When Joash became 7 years old, Jehoiada the husband of Jehosheba and high priest of Judah, anointed him King of Judah. While they were crowning him king, Athaliah came into the ceremony and tore her clothes and cried, Treason! Treason! Jehoiada commanded the officers to kill her with the sword. They took her out of the House of the LORD and slew her by the way by which the horses come into the king’s house.


The opening verses of this lesson tell us the God not only confirms the perpetuity of the Kingdom by referring to the ordinances of heaven but also to the continuity of the Davidic throne in the same way. If there were no other reason than this declaration on which to base our faith in the continued existence of the Throne of David, with a man somewhere upon the earth today reigning on the Throne over some portion of the House of Israel, this declaration by God to Jeremiah would be sufficient evidence to sustain our belief. The man of God will accept this confirmation of God’s promise as a fact, knowing it to be true, and await the revelation of time which he now will certainly substantiate his faith.

And in opposition to God having a least one man of David still ruling over the House of Israel, have you wondered about Hillary Clinton? She has the wicked seed in her just like Athaliah had in her body. They like their father, were liars and murderers. The Clintons have now gotten their number of murders up to around 60. “There is nothing new under the sun.”

Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.

To be continued.