"Ten Times Wiser" by Doug Batchelor

"Ten Times Wiser" by Doug Batchelor [LQ]

When King Nebuchadnezzar besieged the city of Jerusalem, thousands of Jews were taken away captive to Babylon. The king instructed his servant, Ashpenaz, to select gifted young men from among the Jewish captives who would come to the palace for three years to learn the language and wisdom of Babylon so they could serve the king...

Date Posted: 25 Dec 2008
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Millennium of Prophecy
An eye-opening series about the end-times that will strengthen your faith and give you hope for your future. Follows the Storacles of Prophecy lessons series, which are available for download here ... [more]

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