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This topic will include several questions about the Messianic Kingdom to increase your Bible knowledge. Take the following discussion points and find the answers to share with the team. Copy the question you wish to answer and then show your answers. If you don't want to answer all of them, just answer the ones you want to.

For now. I'm just going to answer the first 5 questions. Please feel free to post your thoughts.

1. Where is scripture is the length of the Messianic Kingdom mentioned? The first mention of the Messianic Kingdom can be found in Ezekiel Chapters 40-48

2. What are 4 covenant promises made to Israel that will be fulfilled during the Messianic Kingdom? The four covenant promises made to Israel that will be fulfilled during the Messianic Kingdom are the promised land, promised seed, the promise of blessing, and promised redemption.

3. Use Different scriptures to give general characteristics of the Messianic Kingdom.

No more reproach and rejection, but rejoicing and gladness. Isaiah 65:18-19, Zechariah 12:2-3, Numbers 23:9, Zephaniah 3:11-17
No more aging and sickness, but good health, long life, and well-being. Isaiah 59:20, Isaiah 35:3-6, 10
No injustice, exploitation, and calamity, but justice and equality. Isaiah 65:21-23
No more silent God, but prayers answered before they are prayed. Isaiah 65-24, Jeremiah 31:34, Zechariah 14:8-9
No more violence and harm, but universal peace. Isaiah 65:25, Isaiah 25:6-9

Listed above are some of the general characteristics but the chief characteristics of the Messianic Kingdom will be peace and righteousness; Isaiah 2.1-5, Isaiah 11.1-10, Jeremiah 23.5-8. Other characteristics are long life, perfect environment, and wealth.

4. Where is the scripture to describe the geographical location and size of the new temple of the Messianic Kingdom.

The Millennial Mountain of Jehovah’s House can be found in Isaiah 2:2-24 Micah 4:1-2 Ezekiel 45:1-8 48:8-20 We can all imagine this high mountain 50 miles square with the Northern section 20x50 miles for the priests and sons of Zadok, and right in the top middle is The Temple 1 mile square. Then the middle section below all of this is another 20X50miles for the Levites to serve. Then at the southern part, a section 10X20 miles in its middle is Jerusalem 10 miles square with land for growing food on each side to take up the rest. The prophet Ezekiel's vision of the restored Temple precinct: “Set apart for the Lord a portion of the land as a holy district, 25,000 cubits long and 20,000 cubits broad” (Ezekiel 45:1)

5. What will the government be like of the Messianic Kingdom as described in scripture?

The Messiah will be the King who shall reign in righteousness over all the earth (Isaiah 32:1; Zechariah 14:9). But under the King, certain of the saints shall also rule, a fact mentioned not only in the Old Testament (Daniel 7:13, 18, 27), but also in the New (Matthew 25:14-46; Revelation 2:26-27; 3:21). In Israel, there will be princes. The first is going to be the resurrected David, who will be a shepherd in Israel and who will also reign, but always under the Chief Shepherd and King (Jeremiah 30:9; Ezekiel 34:23-24; 37:24-25). Another prince in Israel will be the resurrected Zerubbabel, as Haggai 2:20-23 intimates. In addition to David and Zerubbabel, there will also be other princes in Israel (Isaiah 32:1; Ezekiel 45:8). This relates to executive authority. In Israel, the twelve apostles will not only eat and drink at the King’s table, but they will also judge the twelve tribes of Israel. There will also be lesser authorities in the Messianic kingdom, such as judges and counsellors in Israel (Isaiah 1:26; Zechariah 3:7) or those who have authority over ten or five cities (Matthew 25:14-30; Luke 19:12-28).


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This topic will include several questions about the Messianic Kingdom to increase your Bible knowledge. Take the following discussion points and find the answers to share with the team. Copy the question you wish to answer and then show your answers. If you don't want to answer all of them, just answer the ones you want to.

1. Where is scripture is the length of the Messianic Kingdom mentioned?
2. What are 4 covenant promises made to Israel that will be fulfilled during the Messianic Kingdom?
3. Use Different scriptures to give general characteristics of the Messianic Kingdom.
4. Where is the scripture to describe the geographical location and size of the new temple of the Messianic Kingdom.
5. What will the government be like of the Messianic Kingdom as described in scripture?
6. What will happen to those who sin during the Messianic Kingdom?
7. Where is Satan during the time of the Messianic Kingdom?
8. What does Satan do after he is released from there?
9. Where is the scripture that describes what happens to conclude the Messianic Reign of Christ for 1000 years?
10. other

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