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For centuries men have been captivated by tales of mysterious holy relics like the famous Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail. Unfortunately these holy relics can't be located in modern times. There is however one holy relic that has survived history and still exists in Great Britain today. The mysterious Stone of Destiny predates all other holy objects, and carries with it a biblical destiny and history that is truly the stuff great legends are made of.
The significance of the Stone of Destiny is deeply rooted in Bible prophecy, for this stone is thought to carry God's blessing upon those who possess it and it is destined to follow God's blessed people on their long journey through history. Jacob used the stone as a pillow one night when he slept in the desert on a trip from Harab to Bethel (Gen. 28:18). Jacob's stone ended up in King Solomon's Temple in Jerusalem, but was removed from the Temple when Jerusalem was invaded by the Babylonians in 580 BC. The stone was taken to Egypt and then to Ireland, along with King Zedikiah's daughter Tea Tephi, who was wed to the Irish King Eochaide.
The royal line of David was thus preserved upon a world throne as predicted by the Hebrew prophets who told us this throne would be preserved until the Lord's return. The Stone of Destiny then followed a long line of Scottish and British kings and was used to coronate Britain's Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. As a part of the coronation ceremony for Queen Elizabeth, the Archbishop of Canterbury recited the following prayer:
"Oh Lord and Heavenly Father, exalter of the humble and the strength of thy chosen, who by anointing with this oil didst of old, make and consecrate, kings, priests, and prophets, to teach and govern thy people ISRAEL. Bless and sanctify thy chosen servant, Elizabeth, who by our office and ministry is now to be anointed with this oil".
The Stone of Destiny presently resides in Scotland, but it was agreed that the royal stone would be returned to London to be used in the next coronation of a British monarch. It was used in the most recent coronation of King Charles III, but any reference to him being the king of the British Isrealites was apparently left out of the prayer for purposes of "political correctness." If you would like to know more about how the Stone of Destiny is connected to the destiny of God's people in the End Times, click on one of the secure book links on this webpage to purchase your book by Edward Oliver and reveal the true story behind events taking place in the UK today.
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