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2 Kings 24:

Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon was introduced at the time of King Jehoiakim of Judah in the Bible. Jehoiakim became a servant of Babylon for 3 years and tried to rebel against Babylon. God even sent more enemies against Judah to wipe it out like he had promised because of the sins and spilled blood from King Manasseh. Jehoiachin, son of Jehoiakim, became the evil king of Judah, who lasted only 3 months and Babylon also conquered Egypt. In the 8th year of Nebuchadnezzar, he invaded Jerusalem, took Jehoiachin and his family as prisoners, and emptied all the treasures of God from the temple. King of Babylon took everything of worth from Jerusalem including 10,000 captives and left the poor. He brought them all to Babylon to be slaves, and put Jehoaichin’s uncle, Mattaniah, as king of Judah. Nebuchadnezzar changed Mattaniah’s name to Zedekiah. (Changing the name you bear is a symbol and evidence of conquest and ownership. This is the second time this has happened. Do you bear a European or Arabic name and you are not from there? You may be a symbol of ownership and conquest). Zedekiah was a bad king, angered God, and he also rebelled against his owner, king of Babylon.

2 Kings 25:

Nebuchadnezzer came to besiege Jerusalem until there was no food to eat within it. Zedekiah was captured and taken to Babylon, where he watched the execution of his sons and had his eyes plucked out. Nebuchadnezzar sent his army back to Jerusalem to knock down its wall, burn down the king’s palace and the temple of God, burnt down all the houses and took everyone they found as captives, except those that were left to work in the vineyard for Babylon. How miserable!!! Babylon did not only take all the treasures of God that they could find, they also carried off the priests to Babylon to be executed. After 37 years of exile, the new king of Babylon released Jehoaikim, gave him a seat at his table, put him above the rest of the captured kings, and gave him an allowance for the rest of his life. It pays to follow God so that our lives would not be wasted. Are our people scattered around the nations under the disguise of searching for greener pastures, furthering our education, or simply lining up at foreign embassies or money collection centers? We need to go back to God.

1 Chronicles 1:

Talks about the ancestry of Adam though Noah. Noah had 3 sons in Africa (around Ethiopia) because that was where the Adam family lived. The Bible, Archaeology, Geography, Religion, and History agree on this without politics. Noah’s children were Ham (Africans), Shem (Arabs) and Japheth (European/Asian). The later two migrated out of Africa and Ham built the first civilizations man had ever known. Ham gave birth to Cush (Ethiopia/Sudan), Mizraim (Egypt), Put (Libya), and Canaan (current day Israel). See Genesis 10: Children of Ethiopia (Cush) built Babylon (Babel), Nineveh, and Assyria. The Philistines are children of Egypt (as well as Edos and Yorubas of Nigeria). Canaan gave birth to the nations Israel fought against before settling in Canaan. These were all Africans. Arabs and Jews got involved when Abraham left Arabia to Africa in Genesis 12 because God told him to. Abraham had to come to Africa to know God because that is where God lives, made a covenant with man, and made man. In fact, the Ark of God is still in Ethiopia as we speak and Ethiopia and Egypt still have the oldest churches in the world ahead of both Rome and Jerusalem. The real Jews are children from Arabic fathers and African mothers living on African land – Canaan. It was about 700 years after the death of Christ that Arabs conquered all of North Africa and the racial demographics of the region changed. Children of Israel who lived in Egypt bore Yoruba and Edo names that we still bear to this day. Tola and Ehi (Genesis 46: 13 & 21) are some examples. Ehi is an ancient Egyptian deity/spirit and it is a spirit/deity in Edo. Know your God and be proud of yourselves (Read the book titled “The Political and Spiritual Purpose of the Holy Land” in the top right corner for a full understanding).

1 Chronicles 2:

A list of children born to the children of Israel.

The book is meant for people who are hopeful but seem not to have yet found their purpose on earth. This book will help enable people and communities to progress with a peace of mind towards their destiny.

Need daily devotion materials for you and your family early in the morning or late at night? I used this daily at night to instruct my children about want I expect from them now and into the future. We pray about the devotional message to a higher power, which makes them feel that the expectation is an achievable goal. It is very good at helping you and your family stay focused in improving your quality of life and making better decisions. Always use this daily!

Edo Baby Names: