In Part 2 of our feature on the Dead Sea Scrolls and Aleppo Codex, two foundational texts of our Messianic Prophecy Bible, we will uncover the mystery and intrigue of how God's hand moved to keep most of these texts hidden and safe so that they can be studied, digitized, and made available for free to both Jew and Gentile alike through Bibles for Israel's print and software versions of the Messianic Prophecy Bible.
The Old City of Jerusalem, one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities, has been surrounded by walls since ancient times. It has been blockaded, burnt, looted, captured, destroyed and mourned. It also has been prayed for, longed for, rebuilt, rejoiced over, honored and chosen by God as the place for His name to dwell.
Jerusalem has been the Jewish People’s holiest city ever since King David established Jerusalem as the capital of the united Kingdom of Israel in about 1000 BC. A famous quote by Teddy Kollek, an Israeli politician who served as the mayor of Jerusalem from 1965 to 1993, encapsulates its importance:
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