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in response to reader comment: A Better Promise of Heaven in Jesus Christ

Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Mar 3, 2008 at 02:07

The continuation of the Jewish RACE is evidence of the God of Isaac, Abraham and Jacob.

No other RACE of humans has been so persecuted and obviously been a target for destruction, in fact complete obliteration. Think about it. If Jews as a RACE were completely wiped out, THEN God would not be able to fulfill His covenant to Abraham. ISRAEL could become, in our time, 100% full of Arabs, that would mean NOTHING to God's plan, or His promise.


That doesn't mean the state of Israel, now, has no right to exist. They are a tiny country that deserves all of our support, and I'm glad to see they're finnaly kicking some butt in Gaza. "I will bless those who bless you" means WHEREVER Jews are, "Israel" in this context means the Jewish RACE, whether they live in Israel or Impaneba.

I apologize if I sound a bit irate. But the Bible is so clear, perfect, and when I see descriptions such as God is "continuing to work out" His promise to the state of Israel (quoting you), it irks me. God "working out" his promise? Good Lord.

THE KING OF KINGS and LORD OF LORDS - ALONE - will conduct the most spectacular battle in history when he returns, and it will be the only battle in history where believers and angels sit by and watch. Until then, the one who, ironically, said, "I will be like the most high" will continue to perpetrate his scheme of the complete obliteration of the Jewish RACE, in order that God will NOT be able to fulfill his promise.

But He will, WHEN HE RETURNS. He then will then gather Jews back to their ancesteral homeland, whether they be from from Mumbai or Manhatten. Smoke on your pipe and put THAT in.


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