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2 Chronicles Chapter 5


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ELB's 2 Chronicles Chapter 5 comment on 4/02/2022, 3:44pm...

Richard, not only is Revelation a parable, it is also signified.

Revelation 15:8 And the TEMPLE (you) was filled with the smoke from the glory of God, and HIS POWER .....

John 2:19 Destroy this temple (Christ came as sinful flesh, that temple (sinful flesh) had to be destroyed) and in three days I will raise IT (the new TEMPLE)(the new BODY (dwelling place) OF CHRIST)(we, the body, were raise up with Christ as the new TEMPLE).

Revelation 20:6 Blessed and Holy is he that has his part in the first resurrection ....

1 Corinthians 3:16 Know ye not that ye are the TEMPLE OF GOD (filled with his glory and HIS POWER)......

Revelation 15:8 .......and no man was able to enter into the TEMPLE (the new BODY OF CHRIST) until the seven plaques of the seven angels be fulfilled.

The Father pour out, on Christ, those seven LAST plaques (the wrath of God).

Revelation 15:1 ....seven angels having the seven LAST plaques, which are the wrath of God.

Man CAN NOW enter into the TEMPLE (the Body of Christ), because the wrath of God that we deserved, was poured out on Christ.

We are that BODY OF CHRIST where GOD dwells and Christ sits at his right hand.



Richard H Priday's 2 Chronicles Chapter 5 comment on 4/02/2022, 9:50am...

As far as I can ascertain; this was the last occurrence of the "glory cloud" in the holy place (v.11-14) recorded in O.T. times. Obviously, we have visions of Ezekiel; Daniel and Isaiah personally into heavenly places; and Revelation shows how the praise of the saints proceeds events in the seal and trumpet judgments. The bowl judgments; however have a similar spin; as no one can enter into the inner sanctuary in heaven until they are completed. (Rev. 15:8).

The sobering fact is that after Solomon with few exceptions there were kings that were primarily evil; with a few exceptions. Because of Solomon's falling for foreign women; the sins of Molech where child sacrifice was performed repeatedly were done even by these wicked kings. There are a few exceptions where as in 2 Chronicles 34; Josiah burned the bones of the false priests as was prophesied earlier; as well as breaking down many idols and killing others that did such evil practices. Solomon was warned but allowed multiplying of silver and gold and horses to ensnare him in worldly glory (Deut. 17:17). This verse mentions multiple wives along with that as well as being warned against. The manna mentioned in Exodus 16 as well as Aaron's rod in Numbers doesn't seem to be mentioned here; only the two tablets of God's covenant. I am not entirely sure the reasoning; and no one is sure exactly where the Ark is; although scripture hints that some day there will be no mention of it (Jeremiah 3:16). This probably hints at the Millennial reign of Christ as to the blessings of multiplied natural descendants at that time.


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