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Ezra: Rebuilding Spiritual Foundations By Mark Keyes
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Ezra is a five week small group study that focuses on the story of Israelite exiles who journeyed back to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple. This study will help anyone who desire to renew, rebuild and... More > begin seeking God again in their lives. This study will help you rebuild the spiritual foundations that are needed in following God.< Less
The Tetrad and the Temple By Luis Vega
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The Olivet Discourse basically consisted of a prophetic outline or blueprint that would involve the restitution of 3 prophetic factors that have to be in place before the Jesus' 2nd coming. The... More > factors disclosed by Christ start with the Temple, then Jerusalem and ended with Israel. Christ foretold that these 3 factors would be destroyed, in that precise order. The Olivet Discourse went on to disclose that miraculously, the same would involve a restitution but in reversed order at the End of Days signaled by the budding of the Fig Tree, Israel and concluding with the rebuilding of the 3rd Temple. If this pattern is reliable, then the 3rd Temple could start to be build sometime shorty after the 70th year anniversary based on the Tetrad Template theory. The various Blood Moons are part of the prophetic 'Celestial Signs' towards the ultimate restitution of all things as the convergence of all Biblical prophecy will culminate in Israel's redemption and the LORD Jesus Christ's 2nd coming.< Less
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Zechariah the prophet lived around 520 BC, after the Jews returned from exile in Babylon. Together with Haggai, he encouraged them to complete the re-building of the ruined Temple in Jerusalem. This... More > verse by verse exposition highlights the problems they faced and overcame with God's help. It also picks out his amazing prophecies of the coming of Christ as the saviour.< Less
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When the Jewish exiles returned from captivity in Babylon they were commanded by King Cyrus to re-build the ruined Temple in Jerusalem. Zechariah stirred up the people to complete this work. This... More > verse by verse exposition shows the trials they faced, and how God encouraged them, and brings out many lessons for today.< 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
Nechemya By Chaim Loike
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The words of Nechemya who led the rebuilding of Yerushaliam in the Second Temple Period.
Studies in Ezra, Nehemiah, & Esther By Dennis Dinger
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The history books Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther contain records of life during the 70-year captivity of the children of Israel, as well as records of their return to Jerusalem after the captivity. Ezra... More > records the return to rebuild the House of God; Nehemiah records the return to rebuild the walls and gates of Jerusalem; and Esther records an attempt in Shushan, during the reign of the Persian King Ahasuerus, to wipe out all Jews. Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther all faced adversaries to the Lord’s work and to the Lord’s people. As with all projects of the Lord, adversaries set up roadblocks to hinder their success. The House of God, the walls, and the gates were successfully completed, and the whole Jewish people were saved from destruction. The Lord God insured that projects were completed, enemies were stifled, and the children of Israel remained safe!< Less
Consider Your Ways By Dr. Stanford E. Murrell
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The Book of Haggai is set in the reign of Darius, king of the Persian Empire following the Babylonian Captivity that began in 586 BC. The prophet is concerned with rebuilding the Temple in order to... More > restore devotion to the LORD and bringing moral and social structure to Israel. The ancient message of Haggai offers a practical message for the modern world. The only hope for any nation to survive, and America in particular, is to return to the LORD and His principles for living.< Less
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This book is a verse by verse study of the two Bible books, Ezra and Nehemiah. There were many obstacles for those brave Jews who left Babylon in the time of Cyrus the Great to rebuild their ruined... More > Temple and the walls of Jerusalem. These two men of faith led the project to a successful conclusion. Their writings have lessons for today as our trust in God is assailed by sceptics and atheists alike.< Less

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