Judah's Scepter and Joseph's Birthright

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Ravenio Books, Jan 5, 2014 - Religion - 380 pages

 John H. Allen (1847 - 1930) was an American minister and author, best known for his 1902 work, “Judah’s Sceptre and Joseph’s Birthright, An Analysis of the Prophecies of the Scriptures in regard to the Royal Family of Judah and the Many Nations of Israel, the Lost Ten Tribes.”


The book is organized as follows:


Part First. The Birthright; or, the Promise of Many Nations to Abraham

I. Introductory

II. Race Versus Grace

III. The Sceptre and the Birthright

IV. Jacob’s Seed Divided Into Two Kingdoms

V. All Israelites Are Not Jews

VI. The Broken Brotherhood

IX. The Jews Go to Babylon and Return


Part Second. The Sceptre; or, the Promise of a Perpetuated House, Throne, and Kingdom To David

I. The Sceptre, and the Davidic Covenant

III. The Tearing Down and Rooting Out

IV. Vindication of the Personal Promises to Jeremiah

V. A Royal Remnant That Escapes

VI. The Prince of the Scarlet Thread

VII. The “Prince of the Scarlet Thread” and “the Royal Remnant” United


Part Third. The Veil Lifted From the Abrahamic Nations

I. Lost Israel and the First Overturn Located

II. Jacob’s Pillow-Pillar Stone

III. The Other Overturns

IV. Dan — the Serpent’s Trail

VI. A Few More Identities

VII. A Study in “Scarlet”

IX. The Two-fold Aspect of Prophetic Israel

 

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Contents

Preface
Part First The Birthright or the Promise of Many Nations to Abraham I Introductory
Race Versus Grace
The Sceptre and the Birthright
Jacobs Seed Divided Into Two Kingdoms
All Israelites Are Not Jews
The Broken Brotherhood
The Jews Go to Babylon and Return
A Royal Remnant That Escapes
The Prince of the Scarlet Thread
The Prince of the Scarlet Thread and the Royal Remnant United
Part Third The Veil Lifted From the Abrahamic Nations
Lost Israel and the First Overturn Located
Jacobs PillowPillar Stone
The Other Overturns
Dan the Serpents Trail

Part Second The Sceptre or the Promise of a Perpetuated House Throne and Kingdom To David
The Sceptre and the Davidic Covenant
The Tearing Down and Rooting
Vindication of the Personal Promises to Jeremiah
A Few More Identities
A Study in Scarlet
The Twofold Aspect of Prophetic Israel

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