Until Shiloh Comes

Until Shiloh Comes

Cy Mersereau

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It is incredible that the first promise of a coming Messiah came not to our first parents, Adam and Eve, but to the serpent who had so deceitfully engineered their downfall. Genesis 3:15 records that God’s promised Seed of the woman was destined to defeat the seed of the serpent, which anticipated the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. This is known as the “first good news,” or proto evangel um, whose blessed promise became the focal point of the entire Old Testament.

Threading its way through Abraham and his descendants, this promise came to rest on his great grandson, Judah, and remained there for all succeeding generations, finding fruition in the first coming of the Messiah, indicated by the words of Genesis 49:10, “until Shiloh comes.” Throughout history, Bible scholars have largely agreed that Shiloh, which means peace, references the first coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, the Lion of the tribe of Judah.

The Old Testament is the foundational document for all that follows in the New Testament and should never be relegated to inferior status. These older scriptures were given for our admonition and should be esteemed and appreciated in the same manner as the New Testament writings until Shiloh comes, the second time.

Softcover Trim Size: 6 x 9

Page Count: 126

About the Author:

Cy (Cyril) Mersereau is a native of New Brunswick, Canada, where his early years were spent on the family farm near the quaint village of Fredricton Junction. He was converted to Christ at a Leighton Ford Crusade in 1963, and following graduation from high school he furthered his studies at the New Brunswick Bible Institute and the Canadian Bible College in Regina. Cy is an avid reader who enjoys all things theological and historical. He has pastored churches in Saskatchewan, North Dakota, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. He is the pastor of Lighthouse Christian Fellowship in Port Clyde, Nova Scotia.
Cy has two daughters, Colleen and Susan, along with four grandchildren, Rachel, Adam, Caitlin, and Etta. His one brother Dana (Bonnie)resides in Boonsboro, Maryland. Cy now makes his home in Jordan Falls, Nova Scotia.