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Restoring the Fallen Sukkah (Tabernacle) of David

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Messenger: Ras InI 7 Sent: 12/20/2016 9:49:29 AM

Video description:

Have you heard of Ezekiel's "two sticks"? How about the valley of dry bones? In this Episode, Daniel Botkin goes in-depth into the text of Acts 15 where the question is asked, "What about the gentiles"? Daniel explains this question and its answer from several key prophecies found in Hosea, Ezekiel, Amos, and more. Daniel shows that "Restoring the Tabernacle of David" actually relates to the gentiles being grafted into Israel and the whole House of Israel being restored. You don't want to miss it!

Restoring the Fallen Sukkah (Tabernacle) of David

Judah Eskender Tafari - Redemption Time

Psalm 89
[35] Once I have sworn by My holiness;
I will not lie to David:
[36] His seed shall endure forever,
And his throne as the sun before Me;
[37] It shall be established forever like the moon,
Even like the faithful witness in the sky.” Selah

Ezekiel 37
[24] “David My servant shall be king over them, and they shall all have one shepherd; they shall also walk in My judgments and observe My statutes, and do them.
[25] Then they shall dwell in the land that I have given to Jacob My servant, where your fathers dwelt; and they shall dwell there, they, their children, and their children’s children, forever; and My servant David shall be their prince forever.

Messenger: Ras InI 7 Sent: 12/20/2016 10:56:28 AM

The following video has a bad sound quality but I agree with his interpretation on Mystery Babylon.

Daniel Botkin - Babylon

Messenger: Ras InI 7 Sent: 12/23/2016 9:30:20 AM

For further information on the Roman Catholic Church, read:
Mystery Babylon Identified

One quote from the text:

Interestingly, Rome was also known as Babylon. In his book, Catholicism and Fundamentalism, Catholic apologist Karl Keating writes: "Babylon is a code word for Rome. It is used that way six times in the last book of the Bible [so he acknowledges that the woman in Rev 17 is Rome!] and in extrabiblical works such as Sibylling Oracles (5, 159Q, the Apocalypse of Baruch (ii, 1), and Esdras (3:1). Eusebius Pamphilius, writing about 303, noted that ...Peter ...referr[ed] to [Rome] figuratively as Babylon [in 1 Pe 5:13]."

Messenger: Zion Black Jerusalem Sent: 6/10/2017 7:00:18 AM

Are those supposed to be jews ?

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