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Hebrew History

"You only have I known of all the families of the earth"

Amos 3:2

Hebrew History
The Hebrews
The Great Promise
The Love of God
The House & Throne
The Disobedience
The Captivity
The Return
The Messiah
The Rejection
The Destruction
The Diaspora
The Gathering
The Deception
The Purging
The Awakening
The Kingdom
The Eternal City


Introduction to Hebrew History

The Hebrews are a people of miracles, from the first Hebrew, to the history of Israel, throughout the ages to the modern times, the Hebrews are indeed a people of miracles. Abraham was the first Hebrew, and the Lord swore an oath to him saying, "I will make of thee a great nation." Abraham believed God even though he and his wife Sarah were childless and very old. How could such a miracle happen? This is how the Lord works, he is a God of miracles and his promises always come true. Sarah laughed when Isaac was born and therefore his name meant "laughter."

The Hebrews indeed became a great nation, whom God not only called, but loved and cherished as his own bride. This Website traces Hebrew history from the time of Abraham, Moses, David, Solomon, the Kings and prophets, the Assyrian and Babylonian captivities, to the time of Jesus, the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans in 70 A.D., and into modern times. We will also focus on the future glory and eternal rest promised to Abraham's offspring.



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