THE DESTRUCTION of Damascus was prophesied by Isaiah more than 2,700 years ago. While it’s suffered during the last four years of civil war in Syria, it’s not quite a “ruinous heap” just yet.
Isaiah also saw a day when Egypt and Assyria would worship God, and there are some who believe the Great Pyramid of Giza is a sign of this promise. Continue reading
PSALMS AND genealogies again this week in our Old Testament study, but even here we find some very interesting nuggets. We come across Psalm 87, an interesting prophecy of a future time when foreign nations will come to worship at Jerusalem, ones that are usually not represented in a positive light: Rahab (Egypt), Babylon, Tyre (the king of Tyre is equated with Lucifer/Satan in Ezekiel 28), Philistia, and Cush (Ethiopia, but also the name of the father of Nimrod).