One of the most significant Biblical promises is recorded in Genesis 49:10—“The scepter shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet until Shiloh comes (or, ‘until he comes to whom it belongs,’ cf. Ezek. 21:27); and to Him shall be the obedience of the people.” Further elaborated and confirmed by Samuel’s prophecy to David—“Your house and your kingdom shall be established forever before you. Your throne shall be established forever” (2 Sam. 7:16)—this is ultimately a promise of the coming Messiah, realized in Christ’s universal reign.
>It is traditional that the victors write the history. And there is much history that is just fake.
Or in their view of greatness. I caution to always keep an open mind. The Bible stood alone without collaborating evidence until the discovery of the Rosetta Stone in 1798 and solved in 1822. It ushered in the era of modern Egyptology and opened our eyes to 3000 years information verifying and never contradicting the Scriptures. The stone was scribed in 196B.C. Solomon also called Jedidiah was according to the Hebrew Bible, Quran and Torah known as the First Temple. There are a multitude of sources that support this? You would have to dismiss them all as just fake. These Scriptures are about the path they were on to reunite the people and the energy thereof. The First Council of Nicaea for example. Cyrus the Great began to secularize a nation that sciences were fused, Alexander The Great obviated them. Unification of the sciences held a nation for over 11,000 years, one Scepter, under one Throne. Less than a ¼ of that time has past since, fractionalized. Is it time to reunite a Scepter? The only path I can logistically see, The Third Temple of Solomon, recognized by all. Ancient spiritual science re-puzzled back into its core. The developmental mind from all these factions would be enormous and modernized. Is there another way? Choosing just one of these factions would be a great loss to all. -Frank A.Tytar