Are we reaching that fullness?

As you know, I have previously blogged about anti-Semitism within the Church and how we as gentiles have been grafted in, you can find that post HERE. It’s clear to those who understand prophecy that Satan knows his time is short and he certainly does NOT want Israel to exist because of the promise of Jesus coming to that land which will be full of Jews at His second coming. If Satan can get rid of the Jewish population in Israel, then the prophecies concerning Jesus cannot be fulfilled…

Jews by the millions have returned to the Land of Canaan, and Israel is once again a nation on the face of the earth. There is also a resurgence of faith in Jesus as the Messiah among a minority of Israelis.

It is difficult to overestimate the importance of such a radical event. This is precisely what the prophets foretold would occur at the time of the Second Coming of Christ:

Thus saith the Lord God: Behold, I will take the children of Israel from among the nations, to which they are gone, and will gather them on every side, and bring them into their own land (Ezek. 37:21).

The New Testament also teaches that the Church Age would end with the Rapture of the Church. Following that, the Lord would prepare Israel and the world for the Return of Christ through the awesome days of the Tribulation, the 70th Week of Daniel. All of this assumes that Israel is a nation at the end of the age. [A MUST READ ARTICLE ABOUT ISRAEL]

The implications that surround anti-Semitism within the Church are very concerning to me. Replacement Theology/Supercessionism is finding its way into Christendom like never before, even though in the book of Romans we have been warned about boasting and forgetting the natural tree.

Israel does exist and there is something very important happening in that land that has even interested main stream medial…

Rom 11:25 For I would not, brethren, have you ignorant of this mystery, lest ye be wise in your own conceits, that a hardening in part hath befallen Israel, until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in.

As you watch these two videos, think about the above verse where it talks about the fullness of Gentiles and whether or not we are getting close to that fullness being reached…

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2 thoughts on “Are we reaching that fullness?

  1. Rats, I’m at work and cannot watch video but I will once I get home! I am very concerned as well and it is so heart-boggling to imagine the Christian churches that are falling for this devilish agenda against the Jewish people.
    According to more than one Messianic believer (Prasch being one), we are no longer gentiles once we are grafted in… there is no such thing as a gentile Christian. I wonder how they reconcile this fact! Just who or what are they grafted unto??

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