The Prophesy Regarding The Seed

by Rev. Vince Finnegan on December 21, 2008
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Notes:

Genesis 3:15 The fall was the most cataclysmic event of all time.

  • Both heaven and earth were greatly ill affected by the fall.
  • Enmity (hatred) between Satan and humans--especially the Christ.
  • Her seed represents humanity; and his, demons and children of disobedience.
  • "He" brings attention to one human, the Messiah.
  • Head is most vital, and heel the least.
Genesis 49:8-10 Judah will be above all the other tribes. He will be their king, and they will submit to him (which happened with David and will happen again with Jesus).

Genesis 1:14 Just as the sun and moon in their courses mark out the days, months, and years; likewise the stars and planets in their courses mark out the signs concerning God's plan of redemption which culminates in Jesus Christ, the seed of the woman, the Messiah.

The heavens contain 12 conspicuous grouping of stars. Through the ancient world, these 12 groupings, called constellations or signs of the Zodiac, were known and respected as depicting eternal truths.

Genesis 49:9 Judah is symbolized by the lion which is Leo in the Zodiac. The lion lying down is in total control of his domain.

Verse 10 Scepter represents king and rule. "Until Shiloh comes" could be translated until he comes to Shiloh.

Verse 11 First part is abundance, but first must come the day of vengeance (Isaiah 63:1-6).

Numbers 23:21; 24:7-9, 16-19

Revelation 5:5 Lion, tribe of Judah, is Jesus Christ.

Revelation 12:1-17 The whole story is about the birth of Jesus.

Revelation 20:1-10 The victory of the child is complete.



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