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 TEACHING BOX 8B

Three Messianic Prophecies

Three Messianic Prophecies

1. “The One Who Has the Legal Right” (Ezekiel 21:25-27)

GENTILE TIMES (607 B.C.E.–1914 C.E.)

  1. 607 B.C.E.​—Zedekiah dethroned

  2. 1914 C.E.​—Jesus, the one with “the legal right” to the Messianic Kingdom, enthroned as King, becoming Shepherd-Ruler

Return to chapter 8, paragraphs 12-15

 2. “My Servant . . . Will Feed Them and Become Their Shepherd” (Ezekiel 34:22-24)

LAST DAYS (1914 C.E.–AFTER ARMAGEDDON)

  1. 1914 C.E.​—Jesus, the one with “the legal right” to the Messianic Kingdom, enthroned as King, becoming Shepherd-Ruler

  2. 1919 C.E.​—The faithful and discreet slave appointed to shepherd God’s sheep

    Faithful anointed ones brought together under the Messianic King; later united with a great crowd

  3. AFTER ARMAGEDDON​—The blessings of the King’s rule will last forever

Return to chapter 8, paragraphs 18-22

3. “One King Will Rule Over All of Them” Forever (Ezekiel 37:22, 24-28)

LAST DAYS (1914 C.E.–AFTER ARMAGEDDON)

  1. 1914 C.E.​—Jesus, the one with “the legal right” to the Messianic Kingdom, enthroned as King, becoming Shepherd-Ruler

  2. 1919 C.E.​—The faithful and discreet slave appointed to shepherd God’s sheep

    Faithful anointed ones brought together under the Messianic King; later united with a great crowd

  3. AFTER ARMAGEDDON​—The blessings of the King’s rule will last forever