NOTE:  Although this page is primarily a short exegesis
of Daniel 2:44 on the "Forever Kingdom", we begin a
continuous reconciliation of the darkness of destruction
in Jerusalem, 587 B.C., and now in Haiti with the hope
and future for humanity permanently set up during the
life and ministry of Christ, the forever kingdom of God
and Christ.
Jeremiah and the Forever Kingdom
A Short Exegesis of the obvious in Daniel 2:44

"(1) And in the days of these kings the God of heaven
will set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed; (2)
and the kingdom shall not be left to other people; (3) it
shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms,
and it shall stand forever."  (Daniel 2:44)

(1).  While the kings {Caesars}, government, and military of
Rome was in the most visible history was busy establishing
and expanding a world-wide kingdom, Christ in a little nation
of Palestine under the direction of the God of heaven was
busy establishing an invincible kingdom.  {Christ taught what
is required to be and become a citizen of this forever
kingdom.}

(a).  "the God of heaven":  to get a proper God given
perspective from the Word of God on what is happening in
the world today, short range and long range, you must even
before perspective on the kingdom, get a perspective on
"the God of heaven", He who is in control and running
everything according to His purpose and kingdom
development.
(b).  This "God of heaven" set up the kingdom of Christ
during the life of Christ in Palestine, part of the Roman
Empire.

(2).  The growth and control of the kingdom of God and
Christ {not at all synonymous with church organizations} was
neither left to religious organizations, leaders, governments
and nations:  it was controlled through God by the sending of
the Holy Spirit to convict of sin, righteousness, and
judgment, on the first day of Pentecost after the Ascension
of Christ.

(3).  This kingdom of God and Christ broke into all kinds of
pieces to spread throughout all the kingdoms or nations of
the world--brother, that is world history; and it will complete
the consuming of all the kingdoms of the earth at the end of

NOW WE MUST QUICKLY START A RECONCILIATION
WITH THE DARKNESS OF JEREMIAH AND HAITI, AND
THE DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM IN 587 B.C.

WHILE JEREMIAH DOES NOT USE THE WORD
KINGDOM IN REFERENCE TO THIS FOREVER
KINGDOM {it does reference many of the fragile kingdoms
of this earth, and of course as previously noticed in the study
of Jeremiah, the Prophet Jeremiah as "Prophet to the
Nations" does forward God's judgment on these nations,
and yes even on the U.S.}, it is obvious that "the Branch of
Righteousness", the Lord Jesus Christ, is the head of that
kingdom to be set up by God during the time of Christ.

"In  those days and at that time I will cause to grow up to
David a Branch of Righteousness:  He shall execute
judgment and righteousness in the earth."  (Jeremiah
33:15)

The two simultaneous studies of Jeremiah and the kingdom,
to follow must show:  How much of this happened during the
restoration and life of Christ; how much later; and how much
will only happen as the kingdoms of this world become
completely the kingdom of Christ at the Second Coming of
Christ; and as the kingdom of heaven is even lowered onto
the new earth.  However, it is all there in the recorded word
as past history and future history, all we have to do is dig it
out.  (See


History of God:  the Reconciliation.}