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There is No Voting in Heaven Where the Jewish Destiny is Already Settled

Reader comment on item: The Way to Peace
in response to reader comment: Reply to Mr. Prashant

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 8, 2017 at 16:09

Gentlemen; salutations:

First, clearing up a misconception; being Abrahamic is not being Jewish; that comes later. Abraham's promised land was passed through Sarah's son, Isaac, then through Isaac to Jacob; then through Jacob to his sons, the tribal beginnings of Judea and Israel. Ishmael, son of Hagar, the beginning of what would become the Arabic ethnic lineage would be made into a great people on their own, but not as heirs to the land like the tribes of Israel.
Second, this business of whether or not Judea and Samaria should be regathered into the Jewish state is, putting it mildly and as a matter of course (see Ezekiel Chapters 36-37), not by/or for any person, state (even the Jewish), or interfering medley of internationally ill-intentioned political antics: this is already settled in Heaven.
The sooner this could be settled in the mortal minds of men, the quicker it would be realized that no mortal human processes are being followed here: the nations are being gathered by the Supernatural powers that be involved in bringing about the full destiny of the Jewish state.
There will be no voting allowed.


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