... Jerusalem ... 22 Just as the new earth and the new heavens will endure by my power, so your descendants and your name will endure ... Isaiah 66 (GNT), 18 ... Jerusalem will be rebuilt, and its PALACE restored. Jeremiah 30:18 (GNT)


Revelation 12: a woman for real? Part 1 of 3 - Throne by marriage?

Throne by marriage?

Where is the throne of Ephraim, the leading tribe of the 10 tribes? Ephraim's descendants would become great nations. I believe this throne could be within any of these nations. It's possible, but not necessarily, with someone on it this very day. (By the way I believe this could be through royalty, politics and or finance.) God almighty knows whom and where. Daniel 4:7 says that God has power over kingdoms.

Where are the scepter, the crown, and the throne of Judah, the Davidic royal line?
Ezekiel 19 speaks of the scepter. This passage is a song of sorrow over the princes (kings) of the land of Israel. Judah is the one referred to as being like a lion in Genesis 48:9-11, which also speaks of a grapevine. So this passage is about the tribe of Judah, the Davidic royal line. Notice that the lioness in this passage of Ezekiel didn't die nor was she taken captive. Something to wonder about: if the male line of descendants of king David died out, what about the female line?
And that according to verse 14, it's the stem of the vine that caught fire and not the root. The branches that got burned up will never be royal scepters. But the root is still planted there where it is in the dry dessert of Israel (this passage is about princes of Israel).

Zechariah 6:9-15
speaks of the crown. It's in the Temple in Jerusalem. This passage speaks of the promise of whom will were it in the future. Verse 12 says that the branch that will flourish where it is will build the Temple. So the root will bring forth a new branch that will flourish. There is more you can say about this passage, but I rather don't get into that.

And where is the throne?
1 Kings 11:36 states that, the ruler from the Davidic royal line will rule from Jerusalem. So scepter, crown and throne are all in Israel, Jerusalem. And no one on earth on this throne today.

I believe that Judah and Ephraim will be united in one kingdom, with one ruler as written in Ezekiel 37:15-28. And that the land of Israel will be at peace, with people living in safety, before the Gog Magog war described in Ezekiel 38 and 39 (Revelation 19:11-21, Armageddon). I believe they are the same war. When it is about the outcome of this war, Ezekiel 39:4, 17-20 is comparable with Revelation 19:17, 18. When it is about the devastating earthquake Ezekiel 38:20, 21 is comparable with Revelation 16:18-21. I won't elaborate further on this.

I believe that God may also do this through marriage between someone from the royal line of David and someone from that of Ephraim. God will unite two thrones to one, the way it was in the days of King David. At the moment Jerusalem is the undivided capital city of Israel, but it isn't yet under the complete rule, control of Israel. And the kingship of David isn't restored yet. 

All this is in preparation for when Yeshua Messiah himself comes. Zechariah 9:9-10 speaks of him as a humble king who will come to do away with the enemies of a United Kingdom of Israel and make peace amongst nations. The Temple is already built (Zechariah 6:9-15). Since the kingship of King David, there have been descendants of him on the throne in Jerusalem. God almighty can put another one on this throne for the reasons mentioned above, before Yeshua Messiah comes.

Author: © Mrs A. vd Laan-LeitoPosted in: Recommended