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Jewish History From the End of the Babylonian Captivity to Herod the Great By H. A. Henry
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This small book contains a small synopsis of Jewish History From the End of the Babylonian Captivity to Herod the Great.
Return: The Post Captivity Writings By Betty Tracy
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Return to God. Return to Jerusalem. Don't return to your sins. Retuning is the theme of the books of the Bible written after the Babylonian captivity. Find out about the exciting books Ezra, Haggai,... More > Zachariah, Ester, Nehemiah, and Malachi and what they can mean for us today.< Less
Volume 1 of Ezekiel's Story - The Whirlwind By Robert Fodge
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The book of Ezekiel contains unique information about God’s chosen people. The whole scope of God’s love, sovereignty, power, omniscience, righteousness, mercy, anger, wrath and judgment... More > towards saved, but rebellious people is revealed. God’s treatment of His chosen people is a model of the way that He treats with saved, but rebellious individuals. In 1 Pet 4:17-18, Peter said, “For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? And if the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?” Ezekiel’s story of the whirlwind is the account of the reason for God’s judgment of the nation of Israel, and corresponds perfectly with Peter’s statement that “judgment must begin at the house of God.” That nation was outwardly committed to God. They maintained that they trusted in God but they were guilty of being like neighboring nations.< Less
Commentary on Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, and Job: Bible Study Notes and Comments By David Pratte
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Bible study notes and commentary on the Old Testament books of Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, and Job. Emphasizes understanding the text with practical applications. Intended to be helpful to all... More > Christians, including teachers and preachers, while avoiding an emphasis on technical issues.   Written from the conservative viewpoint of faith in the Bible as the absolute, inerrant, verbally inspired word of God.   Comments include discussion of these topics: * The return of the Jews from Babylonian Captivity * The rebuilding of the temple and the walls of Jerusalem * Salvation of the Jews from a plot of annihilation and holocaust * Restoration of worship and service to God * Reasons why people suffer * Patient endurance in time of hardship and trouble * Roles of God and of Satan in human tragedy * Authority and wisdom of God to control His creation< Less
A Survey of the Old Testament Volume 2 By Dr. Stanford E. Murrell
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A survey of the Old Testament continues in Volume 2 as the reader is taken on a tour of biblical history from the establishment of the United Kingdom of Israel to the Babylonian Captivity in 586 BC.
A Commentary of the 12 Minor Prophets By Richard Norman
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Moses led about three-million Israelites out of Egyptian captivity, but after Babylonian captivity, only just a little less than fifty-thousand Jews returned to the Promised Land.
ISAIAH volume 2 By Matthew Martin
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The second volume of Matthew Martin's commentary on Isaiah looks at the promise of the Messiah to come and the preparation needed by Judah in advance of their Babylonian captivity. This... More > verse-by-verse study enlightens and explains the text making it easily understood by all.< Less
Bible Studies Jeremiah Lamentations By James Malm
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A study/commentary through the Bible book of Jeremiah covering the history of the kingdom of Judah leading to the Babylonian Captivity. The warnings and prophecies of God through Jeremiah and... More > their application to our day.< Less
A Commentary of I Chronicles and II Chronicles By Richard Norman
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First Chronicles is little more than a list of names meant for the Jews upon their return from Babylonian captivity. The stories in First and Second Chronicles are virtual repeats of stories in... More > First and Second Kings. II Chronicles ends with Judah being taken into Babylonian captivity, but the last verse of II Chronicles tells of Cyrus's decree to free the Jews to return to their homeland.< Less
Daniel By Marcos Davila
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This chapter by chapter exposition of the book of Daniel begins in approximately 605BC with the first invasion of Judah by the cruel and fearsome Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar. Because of... More > Daniel’s faithfulness, God intervenes on his behalf, providing information that no human could possibly know. Now blessed with unusual wisdom and the gift of dream interpretation,Daniel rises from a Jewish captive to an important position of influence that spans five kings and two empires. In his later years, Daniel is visited by the archangel Gabriel who reveals to him a part of God’s eternal plan pertaining to the future of idolatrous Israel. This eternal plan involved the rise of three more empires and a perversely self-willed ruler known in scripture as “the little horn”. This ruler, whom history identifies as Antiochus Epiphanes, is a type of the coming antichrist. Examining his character and actions will aid in the recognition of the future antichrist.< Less

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