AN ANGLO-ISAAC-SON CAUCASIAN CULTURE AWARENESS TEACHING LETTER
THIS IS MY FIFTY-SECOND MONTHLY TEACHING LETTER AND CONTINUES MY FIFTH YEAR OF PUBLICATION. In the last few lessons, we have been considering the subject of prophecy. In lesson #49 we dwelt on Nebuchadnezzar’s dream-image, interpreted by Daniel. In lesson #50 we studied about how the German Teutonic tribes were instrumental in Rome’s eventual fall, predicted by that interpretation.
Though it may not seem like it, lesson #51 also concerned itself with prophecy, inasmuch as Isaiah 22:25 was predicting the eventual downfall of the British Throne as we now know it. In that lesson, we learned the importance of the “key of David.” In this lesson, we will discuss several seemingly unrelated topics, but in one way or another, the subject of prophecy will be involved. Because others have neglected to address this subject, I decided to continue on the topic of the “key of David” from lesson #51. We will now continue probing more commentary on “the key of David” from Isaiah 22:22-23. For this, we will first use Adam Clarke’s Commentary on the Bible, abridged by Ralph Earle, pages 581-582: