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You May Survive Armageddon
Into God's New World



LIST OF 42 TYPES AND PROPHECIES
OF THE EARTHLY HEIRS OF THE NEW WORLD

(In the order of their occurrence herein)

1. The twelve non-Levitic tribes of Israel on the annual day of atonement. — Pages 39, ¶12; 45, ¶20-46, ¶21; 50, ¶26; 352,¶7.

2. Those who with the meek spiritual Israelites seek Jehovah and righteousness and meekness. — Pages 58, ¶12, 13; 362, ¶2-363, ¶3.

3. Ebed-melech the Ethiopian. — Pages 62, ¶17-63, ¶20.

4. The Rechabites. — Pages 64, ¶21-67, ¶26.

5. The "mixed company" that left Egypt with Israel. — Pages 122, ¶23-125, ¶27.

6. The Nethinim (temple slaves), the non-Israelite slaves and singers and the descendants of the servants of King Solomon. — Pages 142, ¶26-147, ¶33; 300, ¶19.

7. The Gibeonites — Pages 145, 1¶30; 239, ¶14-243, ¶21; 300, ¶19.

8. The mariners with whom the prophet Jonah shipped. — Pages 149, ¶35-150, ¶37.

9. The repentant Ninevites. — Pages 152, ¶40-158, ¶48.

10. The sheep gathered to the King's right. — Pages 164, ¶7-167, ¶12.

11. The "other sheep." — Pages 167, ¶12-169, ¶14.

12. The "great crowd" in white robes, with palm branches.  — Pages 176, ¶10-182, ¶19; 305, ¶6.

13. King Hiram's woodcutters and stone quarriers and King Solomon's conscripted laborers for doing work before and after the temple's construction. — Pages 182, ¶20-185, ¶23.

14. The gathered, fed, guided and protected ones of Isaiah 49: 9-13. — Pages 185, ¶24-189, ¶29.

15. The men in Jerusalem that sigh and cry over the abominations. — Pages 211, ¶14-217, ¶22.

16. Rebekah's nurse Deborah and other lady attendants. — Pages 224, ¶8; 226, ¶10; 229, ¶14.

17. The bride's "virgins her companions." — Pages 227, ¶12; 229, ¶14-230, ¶16.

18. The temporary resident and the settler who flee to the city of refuge for unintentional manslaughter. — Pages 233, ¶4-238, ¶12.

19. Jonathan the son of King Saul. — Pages 246, ¶3-248, ¶6.

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20. Foreigners who fought along with King David. — Pages 251 ¶10 — 252, ¶12.

21. Those in the Persian empire who Judaized in favor of Mordecai and Esther. — Pages 258, ¶22-259, ¶¶23.

22. The "desire of all nations" that comes into the temple  — Pages 263, ¶6-269, ¶16.

23. The "abundance of the sea" and those who fly like clouds of doves to their dovecotes. — Pages 266, ¶12-268, ¶14.

24. The queen of Sheba who visited King Solomon. — Pages 268 ¶14-269, ¶15.

25. The nations and peoples that flow to the mountain of Jehovah's house to be taught his ways. — Pages 270, ¶17-272, ¶20

26. Jehonadab the son of Rechab. — Pages 276, ¶6-281, ¶13.

27. Midianite Hobab, the kinsman of Moses. — Pages 281 ¶14-283, ¶16.

28. Jael the wife of Heber the Kenite. — Pages 283, ¶16-287, ¶22.

29. Noah's sons and daughters-in-law. — Pages 290, ¶5-293 ¶9; 350, ¶4-351, ¶5.

30. The strangers and sons of the alien who serve as feeders of Israel's flocks and as plowmen and vinedressers. — Pages 296, ¶14-298, ¶16.

31. The foreigner who comes from afar and prays toward the temple. — Pages 297, ¶15-298, ¶16.

32. The "ten men" that "take hold of the skirt of him that is a Jew." — Page 299, ¶17.

33. The very great multitude of fish that come to life in the healed waters of the Salt Sea. — Pages 308, ¶10-309, ¶12.

34. Naaman the Syrian healed by Elisha's prescription. — Pages 310, ¶13-312, ¶16.

35. Any thirsty one who hears the invitation and himself says "Come!" — Pages 313, ¶18-314, ¶19.

36. The second set of ten children born to Job after his recovery  — Pages 319, ¶9-322, ¶11.

37. Jephthah's daughter. — Pages 323, ¶13-325, ¶16.

38. Joseph's ten repentant half brothers. — Pages 326, ¶19-327, ¶21.

39. The famine-stricken Egyptians who sold themselves to Joseph. — Page 328, ¶22, 23.

40. The prodigal son of Jesus' parable. — Page 363, ¶4.

41. Lot and his daughters. — Page 364, ¶5, 6.

42. Rahab of Jericho. — Page 365, ¶7.



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