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Problematic Paradox of Parallel Paradigms

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 21, 2021 at 01:04

Reading the prognostications of this enigmatic post caused this observer several issues of comparing multiple thought processes running in parallel that, at first, did not make any sense; but then, we are discussing what is most assuredly the world's more complex circumstances of survival in which survival is not determined by mere mortal force of will; a more sinister set of parameters are instituted as the guiding principles by which a darkened outcome is sought and humanity is being ransomed as the cost. The reader TINMANR is correct; its not about the money even as billions are at stake. A greater achievement is sought; redemption has been offered, yet not all are seeking that release. To the opposite circumstance, even those to whom redemption was originally offered, it seems those who would benefit are putting it off, as if a later time of acceptance is better in timing. Nothing could be farther from the truth.
The story of Israel is a narrative of redemption. The Jewish Nation's entire purpose is to demonstrate the love of the Eternal Sovereign to His people (apologies to TINMANR, but there is One that is HaMashiach) and the parallel story is that of a world that has seen that witness, but rejects it for a differing narrative.
The enemies of Israel are not allowed to see the reason for the favoritism except in belief of the truth. It is the paradox of the ages; if one does not see it, one cannot share in it. NO amount of money can buy it.
The redemption was paid in blood. Until Israel's modern government recognizes that, the paradox remains.

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