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The restoring of the kingdom to Israel. Acts i. 6. P. 304.
The present rejection and final conversion of the Jews, when
the fulness of the Gentiles shall have me. Rom. xi, 133. P. 306.
The visible manifestation of Christ to confound Antichrist.
Rev i. 7. P. 314.
Conclusion, P. 316.
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sion-their future restoration. Deut. iv. 27-31. P. 86.
The calamities at the siege of Jerusalem--the various circum-
stances attending the dispersion of the Jews--their final
conversion and restoration. Deut. xxviii. 15–66. xxix.
22—29. xxx. 1-10. P. 88.
• PROPHECY III.
The millennian glory of Jerusalem—the rebuking of Antichrist.
Isaiah ii. 1-5. P. 100..
The judicial blindness of the Jews--their preservation from
entire destruction. Isaiah vi. 8-13. P. 102.
PROPHECY V. The birth of Christ-olis second advent—the blessings of his
mislennian kingdom--the restoration and conversion of Israel--the exhaustion of the mystic Euphrates and Nile the overthrow of the Antichristian sovereign of the mystic Babylon in the land of Palestine. Isaiah xi. xii. xiii. xiv. 1-27. P. 105.
The dispersion of the Jews--the irruption of Antichrist at the
time of their restoration the character of some maritime nation destined to restore the converted Jews--the occupation of mount Zion by Antichrist--his invasion of Egypt the state of Egypt at this period- the religious connection of Assyria, Israel, and Egypt. Isaiah xvii. xviii, xix. P. 144.
PROPHECY VII. The dispersion of the Jews--their restoration from the west
the lamentation of Judah on account of the treachery of Antichrist-his restoration in the inidst of great political troubles--the overthrow of Antichrist-the triumph of the restored Jews-the certainty of their restoration and of the overthrow of Antichrist--the exhaustion of the Euphrates and the Nile. Isaiah xxiv. xxv. xxvi. xxvii. P. 193.
PROPHECY VIII. The dispersion and subsequent restoration of the Jews--the
overthrow of the mystic Assyrian. Isaiah xxx, 17-33. P. 216.
The desolation of the mystic Edom--the miracles of Christ
at his first and second advent the restoration of the Jews Isaiak xxxiv. XXXV. P. 221.
The first advent the second advent the overthrow of
Antichrist--the conversion and restoration of the spiritually blind Jews.ma denunciation against Babylon. Isaiah xlii. xliii. 1.-21. P. 230.
The gathering both of Jews and Gentiles into the millennian.
church-the greatness of Israel -- the fall of Antichrist. Isaiah xlix. 5-26. P. 240.
The joy and prosperity of the once desolate church of Judah
at the time of the restoration--the vain gathering together of Antichrist. Isaiah liv. P. 246.
The spiritual glory of the millennian church-the continental
restoration of the ten tribes—the maritime restoration of the converted of Judah. Isaiah lx, P. 250.
The restoration and conversion of Judah--the triumph of
Christ over the mystic Edom, Isaiah lxii. Ixiii. P. 257.