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Submitted by JJ, Jan 28, 2019 at 00:00

I submit the answer is quite clear when looking at Scripture as a whole. A covenant was made with Israel. In that culture there is a ketubah stating the terms of a marriage and Israel agreed. After repeatedly whoring after other gods most of the tribes were divorced by our CREATOR HIMSELF. There are MANY passages stating this. According to HIS eternal laws, a woman divorced for whoring can never return to the original husband, as this is an abomination. She is free of that term only when and if the husband dies. Enter the MESSIAH. HE shows up making it VERY clear HE is their for the lost sheep of Israel only. HE then says HE didn't come to do away with the law but fulfill it for Israel. Now that HE died and rose, Israel is again free to come into covenant. As in a normal ketubah, HE commanded Israel to again turn back to CREATOR and HIS laws and walk as HE HIMSELF walked while HE goes to prepare a place for the new/renewed covenant bride. Just as in the original covenant we as strangers can come in and join with Israel. Painfully obvious yet the modern churches are missing this simple truth.

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