*All years are an approximation.*
(Matthew 1:1ff) YeKoNYaH begat SHe’ALtiYeL meaning “I have asked of God”. SHe’ALtiYeL begat ZeruBaBeL. ZeruBaBeL begat ABiYHuwD meaning “my father is majesty”. ABiYHuwD begat ELYaQiYM meaning “God raises up”. ELYaQiYM begat AZuWR. AZuWR begat TZaDoWQ. TZaDoWQ begat YaWQiYM meaning “YaHaVaH raises up”. YaWQiYM begat ELiHoWD meaning “God his praise”. ELiHoWD begat ELAZaR meaning “God has helped”. ELAZaR begat MaTaN meaning “a gift”. MaTaN begat YAQoB. YaQoB begat YAWCePH meaning “YaHaVaH has added”. YAWCePH was the husband of MARiYaM. Yeshua who is called the MaSHiYaKH was born of MARiYaM but was begotten of God, for He was very God, Elohiym, YaHaVaH. YAWCeF did not begat Yeshua the Mashiyakh. Again, he was begotten of God, for He was God. Purposed by God before the creation to be born to die on a cross at the hand of the creature to manifest the love of God to all people. For in the end every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Yeshua is Lord to the glory of the Father. God reveals Himself as the Father and Son; our fellowship is with the Father and the Son. The testimony of two confirm the fact that God is, that God is love, that God has not partiality, that God loves all people and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him. And who can seek Him, but those who God grants grace according to His will to accept the one true gospel.
In Adam all died, in the MashiYaKH all are alive, each person in God’s own order: there are the saved and the nation of the saved in the new heaven and the new earth.
And the eternal purpose of Yeshua ha Mashiach is the one true gospel. And the one true gospel is the Mashiach died for our sins according to the Old Testament, He was buried and He rose again the third day according to the Old Testament. The Spirit of prophecy is the testimony if Yeshua and the testimony of Yeshua is the one true gospel.
609 BC: Reign of Jehoiakim begins (succeeded Jehoahaz, who replaced Josiah but reigned only 3 months)
608-538 BC: Captivity. First deportation, including Daniel.
605 BC: Began giving tribute to Nebuchadnezzar.
598-597 BC: Reign of Jehoiachin (reigned 3 months). Siege and fall of Jerusalem.
Second deportation, 16 March 597 BC (2 Kings 24:8ff)
597 BC: Zedekiah made king of Judah by Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon
594 BC: Anti-Babylonian conspiracy
588 BC: Siege and fall of Jerusalem. Solomon’s Temple destroyed.
Third deportation July/August 587
583 BC: Gedaliah the Babylonian-appointed governor of Yehud Province assassinated.
Many Jews flee to Egypt and a possible fourth deportation to Babylon.
562 BC: Release of Jehoiachin after 37 years in a Babylonian prison. He remains in Babylon.
539 BC: Persians conquer Babylon (October)
538 BC: Decree of Cyrus allows Jews to return to Jerusalem. First return (Ezra 1-6)
520 BC: Haggai and Zechariah the prophets
458 BC: Second return (Ezra 7-10)
444 BC: Third return (Nehemiah 1-13)
397 BC: Malachi, the last Old Testament prophet
5 BC: Yohan the Baptist born.
4 BC: Yeshua of Nazareth born in the flesh
26 AD: Yeshua manifested to Yisrael through baptism.
NOTE: By the letter called the Gospel of John, the ministry of Yeshua had only two Passovers occur making his ministry between one and two years, not the more widely accepted three years.
28 AD: Yeshua died for our sins according to the Old Testament, He was buried and He was raised the third day according to the Old Testament. He ascended into heaven and sits at the right hand throne of God.