Pray for the peace of Jerusalem

May they prosper who love you

- Psalm 122:6

Category: Israel’s Redemption and Salvation

Israel’s redemption and salvation

Many Jewish people today believe that Yeshua lived as a Jewish man, but it was the Apostle Paul who actually started a new religion. Nothing could be farther from the truth.

Redemption and salvation

The next verse is a reminder that the return of the Jews to the land of Israel is conjoined with her salvation.

Redemption and salvation

Of all of God’s promises to Israel and to the Jewish people, perhaps this is the best…the promise we all long and pray for – when all Israel will be saved!

Redemption and Salvation

The Psalmist’s praise to God looked forward to the day when God would send His only begotten Son, Yeshua, to redeem and save Israel…and the world.

Redemption and Salvation

God saw that none were righteous, neither the king, the political leader, nor the shepherds, the spiritual leaders of His people. Therefore, God Himself would become the Good Shepherd.

God’s unique relationship with Israel

In that day, when Yeshua returns to set up His kingdom in Zion, Israel will fulfill her destiny as she reveals God’s glory. And in that day she will become the jewels in God’s Crown of Glory.

Salvation and Redemption

Suddenly God speaks words of comforting prophesy; a time when God’s righteousness and justice will be manifested in Judah. The Covenant of Death will be broken and Israel will accept God’s Covenant of Life through faith in Yeshua, the tried, precious cornerstone!

Redemption and Salvation

As it was in Jeremiah’s day, many in Israel are still in rebellion, without fear of God. In Jeremiah’s day the answer to repentance and redemption was a return to the Law of Moses. Today the only answer is by God’s grace through faith in Yeshua. Only Yeshua is the way to God’s forgiveness. Only faith in Him can end the cycle of rebellion.

Redemption and Salvation

Josiah was one of the most righteous kings of the Southern Kingdom (Judah). He called the people to repent and return to the Lord. He destroyed all the high places where the people sacrificed to false Gods and committed terrible acts of rebellion.