Pray for the peace of Jerusalem

May they prosper who love you

- Psalm 122:6

Category: End Times

Israel’s redemption and salvation, End times

God has and will continue to woo Israel back to Himself. He kept Israel in the wilderness when they refused to enter the land to teach them He was God.  In like manner God sent the Jewish people into the wilderness of the Gentiles and is still pleading with them to return to their covenant relationship.

Israel’s redemption and salvation, The Nations, End Times

Today many churches do not interpret God’s prophetic word literally.  Instead they interpret everything as an allegory.  Nothing is as the writer meant, but instead refers to something else.  In that way everything that God meant means something else.

Israel’s Redemption and Salvation, End Times

Both the Psalmist and Jeremiah speak of a time when God will bring back the captivity of the Jewish people.  The return of the Jews began at the end of the 19th century.  Today there are more Jews in Israel than in any other country.  That gives us greater motivation to share God’s message of redemption and salvation to Israel.

End Times, The Day of the Lord

God is jealous, and the Lord avenges;
The Lord avenges and is furious.
The Lord will take vengeance on His adversaries,
And He reserves wrath for His enemies;
The Lord is slow to anger and great in power,
And will not at all acquit the wicked.

End Times

People love to quote this verse, but often omit the first two lines.  This is true even outside the United Nations.  But there will never be peace until King Yeshua judges and punishes the wickedness of the nations and peoples. 

Jerusalem, End Times

There will come that wonderful day when Jerusalem will fulfill her destiny as the City of Truth, The Mountain of the Lord of hosts, The Holy Mountain, the City of the Great King, and the City of the Lord.

June 10 Disease and Beasts: John 14:1-4

Perhaps the most frightening weapon of Death and Hades, the riders of the 4th seal, are “Disease” and “Beasts of the earth.” What we think of dangerous beasts will be different around the world.