Babylons ruining-earthquake and the restavration of Zion
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Babylons ruining-earthquake and the restavration of Zion delivered in a sermon before the honourable House of Commons at Margarets Westminster, at their publique fast, August 28, 1644

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Published by Printed by T. B. for Samuel Enderby ... in London .
Written in English

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  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Haggai II, 6-7 -- Sermons,
  • Reformation -- England,
  • Fast-day sermons,
  • Sermons, English

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Edition Notes

Statementby William Reyner ..
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 228:E.7, no. 18
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[6], 60 p
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16880985M

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Babylons ruining-earthquake and the restavration of Zion: delivered in a sermon before the honourable House of Commons at Margarets Westminster, at their publique fast. Babylons ruining-earthquake and the restavration of Zion delivered in a sermon before the honourable House of Commons at Margarets Westminster, at their publique fast, Aug / by William Reyner By d. Author: d. William Reyner. The historical book which records the fall of Babylon was compiled several centuries later and was attributed to one “Daniel.” It states that he was a Judahite captive in Babylon who rose to the highest place at court there and “sat in the gate of the king” (Nebuchadnezzar) through his .   This usage comes mainly from Marcus Garvey's notion of a "Black Zionism" that pictured Zion as a place of restoration. In its usage in the prophetic books of Jeremiah and Isaiah, Zion serves as the foil for Babylon and in many instances the two topoi are by: 3.

The return to Zion (Hebrew: שִׁיבָת צִיּוֹן, Shivat Tzion, or שבי ציון, Shavei Tzion, lit. Zion returnees) refers to the event in the biblical books of Ezra–Nehemiah in which the Jews returned to the Land of Israel from the Babylonian exile following the decree by the emperor Cyrus the Great, the conqueror of the Neo-Babylonian Empire in BCE, also known as Cyrus's edict. All Babylon craves is sinful revelry, or what they call “mirth”. But Zion has true joy, that is, the joy of experiencing God’s presence. This true joy is something that quenches our every thirst, whereas the false pleasure of Babylon is only a mirage. Babylon promises water, but it never materializes.   INTO BABYLON, ZION WENT. OUT OF BABYLON, ZION SHALL BE DELIVERED. FOR THIS, A CHILD IS BORN. A CHILD BORN IN BABYLON. HIS NAME IS _____. Surely, all of the Word, both Old and New, must be fulfilled and all things restored. See how It ties Zerubbabel, John, Elijah, Michael, and the Two Witnesses together Old with the New. Let us read and see.   These are some abbreviated comparisons between spiritual Zion, where Jesus is the only thing there is, and spiritual Babylon (the harlot). These were written and shared by brother C. E. Newbold. Zion refers to the true body of Christ, the bride, the ekklesia; Babylon refers to the false church system of men’s traditions and religions.

According to Isaiah and , the restoration of Israel and of all things brought in by Christ as the Servant of Jehovah consummates in the new heaven and new earth. The book of Isaiah covers many things, including God’s chastisement and judgment, but it consummates in the new heaven . The Book of Ezra falls into two sections: Chapters deal with the initial return of a remnant from Babylon under the leadership of Zerubbabel in B.C., with the aim of restoring the Temple. The project began in B.C., but opposition quickly arose, leading to . Babylon (in the book of Revelation) is the full development of the state of things under the Thyatiran condition of the Church (Chapter ). R. C. H. Lenski (The Interpretation of Saint John’s Revelation, page ) stated, “Babylon, the antichristian world city or empire, which is named ‘Babylon The Great’ after the Old Testament. Treading the winepress. In her captive condition, none appeared to comfort Judah. She put forth her hands in a plea for help, but no one responded (see Lamentations –17).Her false “lovers” and former allies deserted her (see v. 19).Zion was in great distress.