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Essential Truth - The Hebrew Holy Scriptures - If One Truly Knows It, One Cannot Truly Dispute It

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), May 15, 2008 at 17:33

Does anyone want to hear something funny? In this response we hear that Jesus Christ is supposed to destroy the Jews. Is that not sounding like replacement theology of some faux Christianesque churches? Muslims and ecumenicalism will make strange bedfellows.

Now, if one is going to admit that they have an understanding of Hebrew Holy Scriptures, they need to have a complete understanding of them. Taking the Quran and using it to replace critical Scriptures concerning Israel just because the Islamic Prophet did not take kindly to the Jews of the time rejecting him, does not mean that the Quran is telling it like it is.

Read the full prophetical picture of Israel and Jerusalem in the Hebrew Holy Scriptures, both the Tanakh (Tenach) and the Brit Hadassah, and understand that the Anointed One of Isaiah and HaMashiach are one and the same, and He is the Protector of Israel, Her Savior, and Her Now And Future King, forever. Jerusalem is not called Zion for nothing and it is critical to correct discerning of the Scriptures concerning Jerusalem and Israel. The Hebrew Holy Scriptures have been telling the truth about the people of Israel way longer than 1500 years, and that is the essential part of the history.

When Yeshua HaMashiach touches down to sit on the throne in Jerusalem, it will be in the capitol of Jerusalem, Israel, to Whom all nations left after the return will give all honor and glory. The Jewish people, the chosen people, are His people forever, and that is the essential part of the future.

If one wants to get it correct, and also to believe the truth about the Israeli people, the Quran is NOT the place to find this out. The Quran does not favor the Hebrew Nation, and therefore cannot be the basis for anyone holding to the Quran to make the statement that the LORD of the Hebrew Holy Scriptures is the same Deity as the one of the Quran.

The LORD of the Jewish nation promised their future to be an eternal one, therefore He being eternally consistent, cannot be, like so many who hate the Jewish people, double-faced towards them. Therefore, the Quran, which proposed (and still promotes the notion of) the destruction of the Hebrew nation, cannot be counted on to tell the truth about the fate of the Israeli nation. If that was truly understood, there would be no dispute.

It cannot be made any plainer than that.
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