There will be 10 articles plus the Foreword: to the Jewish Dispensation Ended.
- Part 1: Does God Still Recognize the Jewish Religion? Events leading to mount Sinai, Moses on mount Sinai speaks to the Lord.
- Part 2: Does God Still Recognize the Jewish Religion? Construction of the tabernacle begins, ark is built.
- Part 3: Does God Still Recognize the Jewish Religion? Constant murmurings of the Israelites wander and die in the wilderness.
- Part 4: Does God Still Recognize the Jewish Religion? The obedience and disobedience of Moses.
- Part 5: Does God Still Recognize the Jewish Religion? Manufactured Torah the Septuagint Greek translation of old testament.
- Part 6: Does God Still Recognize the Jewish Religion? Assyria takes captive House of Israel Babylon captures House of Judah.
- Part 7: Does God Still Recognize the Jewish Religion? Alexander the Great King Herod of Israel the Septuagint old testament.
- Part 8: Does God Still Recognize the Jewish Religion? Temple in Jerusalem disassembled Rome forces Israelites to leave Israel.
- Part 9: Prophecies Concerning Christ In Old Testament.
- Part 10: Conclusion Does God Still Recognize the Jewish Religion?
God gave a chosen people a land in which to reclaim prosper and worship, it was the Jewish Dispensation time period. The Jewish dispensation had turmoil throughout its existence. It eventually divided into two houses, the House of Israel the ten tribes, and the House of Judah two tribes, because of different opinions which couldn’t be reconciled. This happened because of King Solomon.
Later in life, King Solomon turned from the Lord and worshiped other gods, and did not keep the commandments set forth by the Lord.
From the Old Testament, 1 Kings 11:9-11 (KJV)
- 9 And the LORD was angry with Solomon because his heart was turned from the LORD God of Israel, which had appeared unto him twice,
- 10 And had commanded him concerning this thing, that he should not go after other gods: but he kept not that which the LORD commanded.
- 11 Wherefore the LORD said unto Solomon, Forasmuch as this is done of thee, and thou hast not kept my covenant and my statutes, which I have commanded thee, I will surely rend the kingdom from thee, and will give it to thy servant.
Now King Solomon was King over all of Israel, so when the Lord told Solomon, I will surely rend the kingdom from thee and will give it to thy servant.
Who was his servant? Israel was broken up into 2 tribes, The House of Israel ten tribes and the House of Judah two tribes. The House of Israel and the House of Judah are mentioned. Later many times in the Old Testament, of which I have run across many times.
Eventually, because of continued disobedience, God allowed the House of Israel, 10 tribes to be carried away during a 2-year confrontation with Assyria, they were never heard from again. The House of Judah 2 tribes is carried away to Babylon by its king Nebuchadnezzar for 70 years.
Cyrus, king of Persia, overruns Babylon and after one year, allows the Jews to return to Israel that wanted to. With a return of Jews to Israel in 538 BC. many changes of events occur down to the first century. Alexander the Great conquers Persia around 331 BC ending some 200 years of rule by Persia. With Alexander the Great conquests came the rise of conquered countries speaking Greek.
Around 285 BC the Jews are using the Septuagint a Greek translation of the old testament. The Septuagint came about because Jews were speaking the Greek language after Alexander conquered Israel. Their original manuscripts became lost in their former language.
The Septuagint means 70, as it’s believed that 70 scribes put it together. The Septuagint is all that we have of the Old Testaments and believed accurate. It contains 39 books in a very large file, in it we learn all about the Jewish religion, and their life.
Archaeology in its diggings in regions of ancient Israel has learned much about the Jew’s culture and lifestyle through their material remains. Finally, in 70 AD the temple is destroyed by the Romans, in a fight that was destined to come with the Jews, the fighting Jews react violently, but the Romans are too powerful and overcome them.
The Romans with no more patience in their dominant means totally expel the Jews from Israel ending the Jewish Dispensation there. The Jews are forced to live in countries where they can find refuge, anti-Semitism, is a struggle, 6 million are killed under Hitler and his Nazi regime.
In the United States some 10 million Jews live in freedom.
The following 10 files will explain how the Jewish Dispensation Ended.