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RELATIVE TO THE
CONVERSION, RESTORATION, UNION, AND FUTURE GLORY
OF THE HOUSES OF
JUDAH AND ISRAEL;
THE PROGRESS, AND FINAL OVERTHROW,
OF HIE f
LAND OF PALESTINE;
i AND THE ULTIMATE GENERAL DIFFUSION
REV. GEORGE STANLEY FABER, B. D.
VICAR OF STOCKTON-UPON-TEES.
IN Two Volumes.
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Vol, ii. 1 ::
"At that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeih
PRINTED FOR. F. C. AND J. RIVINGTON,
The dispersion of Israel through the tyranny of their shepherds —God will require his people at their hands—'the restoration of Judah partly in a converted and partly in an unconverted state—the opposition of the unconverted to the converted, a proof that the unconverted will be restored by Antichrist—downfall of the mystic Edom—the political revival, restoration, and final union of Israel and Judah— the overthrow of Gog and Magog at the end of the Mil. leiitiium. Ezek. xxxiv. xxxv. xxxvi. 1—3'<I. xxxvii. xxxviii. xxxix. P. 49.
Descriptive character of the powers that will compose the AnlichrUtian confederacy—the progress of Antichrist to Palestine—his overthrow there—the restoration of Judah during a time of great trouble at the close of the 1260 years. Dan. ii. 40—45, 34, 35. vii. 7—27. Rev. xiii. xvii. Dan. xi. 36'—45. xii. Rev. xvi. 12—21. xviii. P. 109.
TLe restoration of Israel—their instrumentality in converting the Geutiles—the state of the Jews in the days of their dispersion. Hose'a i. 2—11. ii. 21—23. hi. P. 140.
The captivity of Judah and Israel—the application of some of their members to the mystic Assyrian to effect their restoration—their distress—their final political revivalliosca v. 8- 15. vii P. 147.
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The successive restoration of Judah and Israel. Hosea xi. 8—12. P. 158.
The restoration and conversion of Israel—his rejection of Antichrist. Hosea xiv. P. 162.
Irruption of Antichrist into Palestine—his destruction there —general effusion of the Holy Spirit—a description of the overthrow of the confederated nations at the period of the restoration of Judah. Joel i. 1—14. ii. iii. P. lo"/.
The dispersion of the Jews, and the occupation of their country by foreign invaders—their restoration and triumph over the mystic Edom. Amos viii. 11, 12. in. 4—15. P. 200.
The certainty of the restoration of Judah and Israel. Micah. ii. 12, 13. P. 205.
The glories of the mtflennian church—the mystic birth of the Jewish nation—the overthrow of the Antichristian confederacy partly by the instrumentality of the Jews—the advent of Christ—he protects the now converted Jews, and destroys the mystic Assyrian-^the instrumentality of the Jews in the conversion of the Gentiles. Micah iv. v. P. 207.