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Reader comment on item: Give Gaza to Egypt
in response to reader comment: Dividing the land

Submitted by Rebecca Moulds (United States), Jan 31, 2008 at 16:38

Dear Mr. Willruth,

I am not in total agreement with you concerning the present goals of Evangelicals. There are many believers who are not Evangelicals, who do love Israel, but do not support every move it makes; who do not have an agenda to convert Jews to Christianity, but do love the Jewish people. In fact, you may find out that most Evangelicals who are involved with Israel know where the line is drawn as far as evangelizing Jews. God gave us all a free will, to believe or not to believe. Many so-called Evangelicals don't even try to convert the Jews from what I've witnessed, and they usually bend to the rules of the Rabbis and others in Israel, so please don't try to stir up things by your vitriolic words. Yes, in the far future, Israel will totally belong to the Jews again because God always keeps His promises, including His everlasting covenant with the Jewish people. He is, after all, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Israel).

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