Is Queen Elizabeth II A Descendant Of King David?

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Queen Elizabeth has never stated she is related to King David. We also discuss Ezekiel 21:27 and God’s Promise for the throne of Judah.

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This is the first time I was able to read on this subject and not be utterly confused. I am sure that if Queen Elizabeth was a direct descendant of King David, she would have made it known. There would be no reason to hide it. But like you said, we will never know with 100% accuracy.

As I’ve mentioned before, I just finished studying Samual and Kings and I’m in the midst of Chronicles. As soon as you pointed out the verses in Kings, the conditional promise, it rang a bell with me. I know many believe that in this scripture it is also relating to the coming of our Lord of Lord and King of Kings, Jesus Christ. I didn’t get that connection when I read those verses - God was specifically referring to the Kings of Israel…and like you stated, man failed the condition God gave.

So again, thank you for clarifying and presenting the facts the way you did. Many blessings to you!

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I’m surprised more people haven’t commented on this…

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Eyes to see Ears to hear the Mysteries of Gods Word ! . Is it possible that Queen Elizabeth didnt even know of the Importance of the Throne that she sat upon ? ? She was definitely Chosen by YHVH for the position she sat . I heard one of her Christmas messages years ago she gave to the United Kingdom . It was a very Gracious message and she was a very loyal and Dedicated Servant to that Kingdom . 70 years dedicated . Look at the number 70 in Biblical numerology … King David lived to be 70 years old . , Judah 70 years in Babylonian captivity .
Did you hear about the Rainbow overhead just after her death this week ? Not sure if its true but l heard someone mentioned a Double Rainbow .
Just another note : Prophecy in the Bible is Duel

1st part most Always fulfilled with Ancient Isreal .
2nd part in the latter times . Especially in this
" Fig Tree Generation "

Daniel, welcome to the forum.

You may enjoy this study about the parable of the fig tree. :+1:t3:

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I hope you enjoyed the study Chris!

Jeremiah 33:17 seems to indicate that right, but what about the next verse?

Jer 33:18 Neither shall the priests the Levites want a man before me to offer burnt offerings, and to kindle meat offerings, and to do sacrifice continually.

If we take Jeremiah 33:17 to mean a king would always sit on the thrown, period, end of story. Then who and where are the Levites that are to offer burnt offerings and sacrifices to this very day?

There are none, right? There’s no official position or title for priests, but Scripture said there would be, just like there was to be for the king. We don’t have a contradiction here, we just have to remember Jeremiah 33:17 is a conditional statement as outlined in this study.

This is what God said to king Solomon.

…I have hallowed this house, which thou hast built, to put my name there for ever;…

if thou wilt walk before me, as David thy father walked, in integrity of heart, and in uprightness, to do according to all that I have commanded thee, and wilt keep my statutes and my judgments.

Then I will establish the throne of thy kingdom upon Israel for ever

But if ye shall at all turn from following me, ye or your children, and will not keep my commandments…

Then will I cut off Israel out of the land which I have given them ; and this house… - 1 Kings 9:3-7

The problem is, Solomon nor any other king walked before God as David, right? They all sinned great sins and led Israel astray. So much so, that God divided the nation, and later scattered the Israelites. Man’s failure to follow the promise absolved God’s conditional promise.

Interestingly enough, if we go way back to Genesis 49:10, we find,

…The sceptre shall not depart from Judah, nor a lawgiver from between his feet, until Shiloh come

Shiloh is Messiah, the seed of David.

It’s all in the study, but if Jeremiah 33:17 meant what it said unconditionally, well then, where are the Levites, and why would they still perform blood sacrifices? Jesus fulfilled that.

That’s how we can be sure, by looking at all of Scripture, that Jeremiah 33:17 was a part of the conditional promise God outlined from long ago.