How had Moses spoken of another and greater dispersion?


"The Lord shall bring a nation against thee from far, from the end of the earth. . . . And he shall besiege
thee in all thy gates, until thy high and fenced walls come down, wherein thou trusted. . . . And the Lord
shall scatter thee among all people, from the one end of the earth even unto the other." Deut. 28: 49-64.
NOTE - This calamity and dispersion occurred in AD. 70, under Titus, the Roman general. Says
the Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopedia, Vol. II, article "Jerusalem," page 932: "Jerusalem seems to
have been raised to this greatness as if to enhance the misery of its overthrow. So soon as the Jews had set
the seal to their formal rejection of Christ, by putting Him to death, and invoking the responsibility of His
blood upon the heads of themselves and of their children (Matt. 27: 25), the city's doom went forth. Titus, a
young, brave, and competent Roman general, with an army of sixty thousand trained, victorious warriors,
appeared before the city in April. AD. 70, and the most disastrous siege of all history began." See pages 11,

Before His birth, what did the angel say to Joseph concerning the naming of the child?
What reference is made in the Psalms to Christ's use of parables?
When the church had received help from the state to this extent, what more did she demand?
How does the Sunday law of Charles 11, of 1676, read?
In view of this fact, what does Christ tell us to do?
Against whom do the wicked go to make war, and what is the outcome?
What does Paul say God has prepared for His people?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle