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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Israel and The Covenant of Abraham Still Exist Part 2

Continued from Part 1...

This obviously means that the Abrahamic covenant, throne of David, and the Israelites are still in existence today. This will last until the Messiah returns to occupy the throne of David. The Throne of David is also called the throne of the Lord in 1 Chron 29:23, which the Lord will occupy, but, hasn't returned to do yet; Luke 1:32-33.

This is the point in Biblical History where Israel is removed from Canaan land and taken into captivity by the Assyrians. Most Judeo-Christian ministers either neglect to read their bibles or flat out lie by stating that the tribes of Israel are not in existence today because they racially mixed with the Assyrians, and believe the tribes of  Israel have been cast away by Father Yahweh. Of course if we read our Bibles then we will realize that if the Father had cast away his people, then this would mean that he would be a liar; Heb 6:13-18. There is no evidence at all in the Bible that the Father has cast away his people away forever anywhere in the bible.

The truth of the Father not casting aside his people is also found in verses; Isaiah 41:8-9, Deut 4:26-31, and Malachi3:6. Even when they are in captivity, especially the Assyrian captivity, God has not cast away his people. This can be found in Lev26:44. When the Messiah came we are told in Matt 15:24 that he has come only for the Lost Sheep of Israel. Did he come for a people who were cast aside and did not exist? I think not. Other verses to support this are: Isaiah 41:8-9, Deut 4:26-31, and Malachi 3:6.
In James 1:1 he addresses his book to the lost tribes scattered abroad, and 1 Peter1:1 Peter addresses the Israelites as the Strangers abroad that are sojourning in other lands. So the question is do we believe God or do we believe politically correct men?

In Jerimiah 31:10 the prophet writes for the Israelites that are in the Isles afar off, which we know as Britain today. We also know that in Jeremiah 32:37-44 and in Isaiah 43:5-6 he will bring Israel together again once more. He will reform Israel as a “Potted vessel”. He will bring them from afar off Jeremiah 46:27. Ezekiel 34:1-16 the bible talks about the sinful shepherds of Israel, and how he will save Israel from the lies of the Shepherds. In Amos 9 Yahweh talks about his judgement being inescapable.

In this regathering of Israel we know it's not in modern day Palestine because at the time this book was written was when Israel was in Palestine, so obviously it had to be somewhere else where the regathering would take place. He seeks out the house of Israel in Ezekiel 34:11.

Some may try to counter this claim as in 1 Timothy 3:16 which claims Christ preached among the Heathens. If you look in Strong's Concordance the word heathen came from the word (Ethnos). Ethnos in Strong's Concordance #1484 tells us the word Ethnos should have been translated into the words Nations or people. Yes the Messiah did come to preach to the peoples of Israel that were scattered among the nations, so obviously Nations would be the correct translation because he did not preach to nor instruct his disciples to go to the heathens but to the lost sheep of Israel.

One day the false Shepherds will be removed and and new shepherds will be installed Jer 23:1-4. Then the throne of David will be occupied by by Christ Luke 1:32-33. What a glorious day it will be! Yashua Messiah has redeemed Israel with a great price! Isaiah 52:3,5.

He will eventually establish his kingdom here on earth as illustrated in the parables of the Wheat and Tares in Matt 13, and Parable of the Husbandman in Matt 21. Our prayer should be, as it is also the Lords Prayer: "Our Father who art in heaven hollowed be thy name, Thy kingdom come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven..." It's only when we realize that his kingdom is here on earth and he is coming to establish his order is when, and only when, we fully appreciate his word. The time is drawing close to his return and I pray all will be ready!

Praise Yahweh all!



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