Samarkand Uzbekistan Tomb of Daniel Bukhara Well of Job Old Testament Saints Faith in God Yeshua Jesus Prophecied Book of Daniel 9 Rabbi Yose Ben Halafta Seder Olam Rabbah Judaism Rabbi Akiva Ben Yosef Timeline Gap Problem Time of Incarnation of Messiah Jesus Christ Islam Muslims Honor Revere Old Testament Torah Hebrew Prophets Predicted Gospel Events Islam and Judaism Historicty of Noah’s Flood Genesis Account Archaeological Evidence

The waterwell of the biblical Job in Bukhara, who lived circa 2000 B.C., in that land of Uz, is honored and enshrined in a building there in mostly muslim Uzbekistan, as Muslims have sometimes honored Old Testament patriarchs, with the bones of the hebrew prophet Daniel, who lived 1,500 years after Job, having been brought to Samarkand, Uzbekistan, circa 1500 A.D., to ward off earthquakes, the bones as a talisman for safety.

Of course Daniel predicted the time of Jesus’ incarnation in the book of Daniel, chapter nine, with 483 years having been predicted from the time (450 B.C.) of the command to rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem to the time that the annointed one would be “cut off,” which was the crucifixion of Jesus Christ in Jerusalem, but the judaic book Seder Olalm Rabbah, which means Great Order of the World, written circa 160 A.D. by judaic Rabbi Yose Ben Halafta (a student of Rabbi Akiva Ben Yosef), would have 483 years after the command to rebuild the Temple at circa 200 A.D., in Halafta’s old age or after his death, when in reality, by his time, circa 160 A.D., the christian church was a spiritual force to be reckoned with, as perhaps one third of Jerusalem’s hebrew population, and many Gentiles (beginning the fulfillment of God’s promise to Abraham that his seed would greatly impact the gentile world), had become christian by that time, little known to many Jews today who think that Jesus is only for Gentiles, and so, buy the inaccurate reading of history by Rabbi Halafta.

Many Jews think that the Messiah has yet to come, expecting a conquering hero, which will be soon, but actually about 2,000 years after he came the first time, to win all who would accept his gift of faith to believe in him, by faith, the only way to please God, as many Jews are coming to realize by the day, and millions of ex Muslims too have discovered over the last few years, as they realize that to believe the Old Testament prophets is to believe in the Messiah Jesus Christ, who came as the Lamb of God, to return as the Lion of Judah.

God’s design of the universe enabled the ancients to measure and map the earth, actually during the Ice Age (which was ending at the time of Moses), according to the wobble rate of the earth’s axis (see article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com), so you can see that “compressionist theory” (young earth creationism) makes much sense, considering bronze age megalithic ruins now on the shallow seafloor since the end of the Ice Age, and the fact that only warmer oceans (by the “fountains of the great deep”) could have been the hydrologic engine for the Ice Age, and considering the that this confirms that the ancients were navigating the globe circa 2000 B.C., as has been suspected by even mainstream scientists, which they have a hard time swallowing however.

And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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