I suppose I’ve always believed Israel was God’s land and somehow is and one day be again His chosen. I’ve recently discovered I’ve been blissfully unaware of other ways of interpretation such as allegory especially related to prophecy. Israel IS still in God’s plan as far as a land and a Remnant in the last days, right?
I have a question about Isaiah 65:17-25. I know that Isaiah 65:1-16 is about Israel and their rebellion against God, but a friend told me that verses 17-25 are not about Israel, but about the people who will inhabit the earth after the Tribulation, not necessarily Israel.
Please clarify who the Tribulation Saints are. If I understand you, at the Rapture, God will turn His attention from the gentiles back to the Hebrews. Does this mean the Tribulation Saints will all be Jewish, that the Gentiles have missed the boat so to speak?
I am interested in your thoughts on Deuteronomy 32 verse 39 thanks.
I asked you earlier about the final destiny of children who are born during the millennium and accept Jesus as Lord to which you replied that scripture does not give us the answer. However, I also realized that I cannot find a final destiny for Israel. After the millennium what happens to them?
I’ve been studying about the idea of sacrifices in the millennium and I find that there is an apparent problem. As I read Hebrews 10:1-18 it is essentially saying that Christ died once and for all for our sins and that sin offerings are not what the Lord wants anymore.
My question concerns the anti-Christ. I heard one preacher saying he has to be Jewish or the Jewish people would never follow him as their Messiah at the end times. I heard of another preacher saying he will come from Europe with a mention of “the city of the seven hills,” possibly Rome, or at least the reference being to the emerging European Union. What are your thoughts?
In placing the glorious appearing between 2018 and 2037, that being our possible window, I’m deducing that time frame exists because you feel that Isaiah 11:11-12 was fulfilled in 1948 at the re-birth of Israel. Upon reading that passage it seems that this will be fulfilled during the millennium.
Why do most prophecy scholars put the Gog revolution before the tribulation? To me it seems to fit better at the close of the millennium where Israel certainly is living in peace and safety, but Satan is loosed for a short time to again stir up the nations.
In the Millennium, I now understand that All Israel will live in the land of the Covenant; and the New Testament saints will live . . . is it in Heaven or in the New Jerusalem? Who will live on the rest of the earth during the Millennium; that is, outside the Covenant Lands?