Period of Jewish Captivity and Return
5th/6 providential periods of the 210 years of the Period of Jewish Captivity and Return on the 5th/8 levels; the national level extent, scope or context of providential history in the Age of Image Time-identity.
Jewish Captivity and Return
King Saul to Restore Moses' 21 Day Period
Had King Saul accomplished the dispensation to build the Temple during the 40 years Period of the Kingship of Saul, one of the indemnity periods which he would have restored horizontally was the 21-day period in BC AYN 1499 when Moses was meant to lead the Israelites out of Egypt to Canaan in the First National Course. After King Saul lost faith and this dispensation failed, this indemnity period had to be restored as a vertical extension of horizontal restoration. The 210-year period of Israel's exile and return was set up for this purpose.
The 21 day period is also to establish the condition for the universal bride of Revelation 21 and is equivalent to the Period of the Cosmos. Other examples of 21 day periods occurring include BC AYN 30 and AD 1982.
Jacob's 21 Year Period
This Period of Jewish Captivity and Return is the Image Time-identity parallel to the 21-year Period of Drudgery in Haran in the age of Symbolic Time-identity parallels, which covers the time Jacob received the blessing of the eldest son by Isaac until he returned to Canaan, and was to restore that earlier period through parallel indemnity conditions. The Period of Jewish Captivity and Return was to restore three 7-year periods: After arriving in Haran in BC AYN 1783, Jacob worked 7 years during the Period Jacob Served for Leah in order to marry Rachel but was given Leah; he worked 7 more years for Rachel during the Period Jacob Served for Rachel; he then worked 7 years acquiring wealth during the Period Jacob Served for Cattle before he returned to Canaan after BC AYN 1763.
1. Divine Principle (1996)