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  1. The answer you seek about why God cursed Jeconiah may be not fully know. “It was Jechoniah whose sins caused God to cut his seed off from ever sitting on David’s throne (Jeremiah 22:24-30). … Jechoniah’s royal line of descendants is listed here [in the genealogy of Matthew 1] to show the legal right of Joseph, the foster father of Jesus ...

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  2. Jan 01, 2005 · Sources stating that Jeconiah repented and so God reversed the curse. Sanhedrin 37b-38a R. Johanan said: Exile atones for everything, for it is written, Thus saith the Lord, write ye this man childless, a man that shall not prosper in his days, for no man of his seed shall prosper sitting upon the throne of David and ruling any more in Judah .

  3. Dec 23, 2020 · Jeconiah a cursed king. Only Jesus can be the Messiah. By Craig C. White. King David was a descendant of the tribe of Judah. God said that the Messiah would come out of the tribe of Judah. God also promised King David that his descendant would be king over all the earth.

  4. The Curse of Coniah – A Glimpse of God’s Grace. God became a member of the human race not only to die for man’s sin, but also to rule from a literal throne as King of the earth (Psa. 2). He came into the world through the Jewish family of Judah and the kingly line of David. But there was a problem with the line of one named Coniah.

  5. Feb 03, 2017 · Jeconiah a cursed king. Only Jesus can be the Messiah. By Craig C. White. King David was a descendant of the tribe of Judah. God said that the Messiah would come out of the tribe of Judah. God also promised King David that his descendant would be king over all the earth.

  6. Dec 11, 2016 · 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.

  7. Since no descendant of Jeconiah could ever sit on the throne, and Jesus is a descendant of this cursed king, he is disqualified from being the Messiah. Jewish Response: [From The Yalkut ; Rabbi Shabatai] We have to wonder why Matthew would ever have included Jeconiah among the ancestors of Jesus if this so obviously disqualified him from being ...

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