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The Footsteps from Gilgal
The Footsteps from Gilgal
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The Footsteps from Gilgal
The Footsteps from Gilgal
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In 722 BCE, the ten tribes of the Northern Kingdom of Israel were taken into captivity by the Assyrians--territory now comprising the current nations of Syria, Lebanon and Iran. In 612 BCE, Assyria fell to the conquering Babylonians and Assyria's citizens are scattered along with the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel. Prophecy states that all of Israel will be restored to their land before the Messiah returns, but where are the Lost Tribes? Is there any way to find them today? In 2001, two scholars, Ja…
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In 722 BCE, the ten tribes of the Northern Kingdom of Israel were taken into
captivity by the Assyrians--territory now comprising the current nations of
Syria, Lebanon and Iran. In 612 BCE, Assyria fell to the conquering Babylonians
and Assyria's citizens are scattered along with the Ten Lost Tribes of
Israel. Prophecy states that all of Israel will be restored to their land before the
Messiah returns, but where are the Lost Tribes? Is there any way to find them
today?
In 2001, two scholars, Jacob Levi and Hannah Sanders, have inherited a
manuscript written by a scribe at Qumran that outlines markers for finding
the Lost Tribes of Israel. Problems arise for Jacob and Hannah as others in
Israel and America covet the manuscript for conflicting reasons involving
copyrights, patents, and the emerging DNA industry of 2001.
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In 722 BCE, the ten tribes of the Northern Kingdom of Israel were taken into
captivity by the Assyrians--territory now comprising the current nations of
Syria, Lebanon and Iran. In 612 BCE, Assyria fell to the conquering Babylonians
and Assyria's citizens are scattered along with the Ten Lost Tribes of
Israel. Prophecy states that all of Israel will be restored to their land before the
Messiah returns, but where are the Lost Tribes? Is there any way to find them
today?
In 2001, two scholars, Jacob Levi and Hannah Sanders, have inherited a
manuscript written by a scribe at Qumran that outlines markers for finding
the Lost Tribes of Israel. Problems arise for Jacob and Hannah as others in
Israel and America covet the manuscript for conflicting reasons involving
copyrights, patents, and the emerging DNA industry of 2001.

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