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Time of the Promise

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I will talk about the Curse, the Promise, and the Judgment. This is the episode's SUMMARY. Acts 7:17 - The time of the promise drew nigh. The promise is in two places: 1) Genesis 15:13-14 - thy seed shall be a stranger in a lane that is not theirs, and shall serve them (the Gentiles); and they (the Gentiles) sahll afflict them (black people) four hundred years; and also that nation (tthe Gentiles) whom they (the black people) shall serve will I (the LORD) judge; and 2) Acts 7:6-7 - And God spake on this wise, That his seed should sojourn in a strange lane; and that they (the Gentiles) should bring them (the black people) into bondage, and entreat them evil four hundred years. And the nation (Gentiles) to whom they (black people) shall be in bondage will I (the LORD) judge, said God. Both preceding passages speak of the Gentiles' conquest, and enslavement of black people: those things have occurred already. The part that has not occurred is the promise which speaks of judgment. In the promise, the LORD says he will judge the Gentiles for the evil they have done to black people. The time of the promise has come. To fulfill the promise, the judgment must be known. In the Genesis 15:13-14 and the Acts 7:6-7 statements, the expression "four hundre years" is mentioned. This current year is the four-hundredeth anniversary of the Authorized Version, which is the revised English translation of the Bible published in England in 1611, aka King James Version.

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