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  1. Oct 07, 2013 · Jesus and the Curse of Jeconiah. God was fed up with the behavior of the Kings of Judah. Jeconiah was to be the “end of the line” as far as God was concerned. Jeremiah the prophet, a contemporary of King Jeconiah (also called Coniah), prophesied thus: “”As I live,” declares the Lord, “even though Coniah the son of Jehoiakim king of ...

  2. Yes, many commentators have overlooked the Jeconiah curse. Yeshua cannot be the Messiah/King if he is descended from Jeconiah. Matthew is actually trying to prove that Yeshua is not, I repeat not, the son of Joseph. He is God’s son, not Joseph’s. No cursed blood of Joseph runs through Yeshua ‘s veins. Therefore, if He was a descendent of ...

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    Additionally, according to Jeremiah 22:24-30, Jeconiah's descendants were cursed by Almighty God and declared ineligible to claim the throne of David. As a result of this curse, Almighty God Himself terminated his genealogical line.

  4. Jun 30, 2011 · The Problem of the Curse on Jeconiah in Relation to the Genealogy of Jesus. The problem can be laid out in this way: According to the genealogy in Matthew 1:12, Jesus is a descendant of Jeconiah. But Jeconiah was cursed in Jeremiah 22:24 and 22:30: "As surely as I live," declares the LORD, "even if you, Jehoiachin son of Jehoiakim king of Judah ...

  5. Dec 31, 2013 · It is a theory, but some believe that the virgin birth was used to avoid the curse God placed on the bloodline of Jeconiah, due to Joseph being a decedent.

  6. Apr 10, 2018 · Ezekiel, the other major Prophet of that time, not only doesn't seem to view Jeconiah as Cursed but seems to never regard Zedekiah as a rightful King at all since he dates events of Zedekiah's reign as if Jeconiah was still King. Earlier in Jeremiah 22 setting the stage for this Curse Yahuah says in verse 24.

  7. Jul 22, 2019 · The Lord cursed Jeconiah 1 and declared that none of his descendants would prosper by sitting on the throne of David. Many readers take notice that Matthew’s genealogy includes the name of the cursed king (cf. Matt. 1:1–12) and presume the existence of a legitimate challenge to Jesus’ Messiahship.

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