Norman Mailer, liberal author of several books, is quoted as saying that he does not believe God is Omnipotent because He allowed the Holocaust. This is a common theme amongst many, many Liberal Jews. However, we offer proof from their own Scriptures that God had foretold the Holocaust 2,500 years ago. The great answer of "Why" in the hearts of so many Jews is answered if they will just look at their Scriptures and BELIEVE!!

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NEWS BRIEF: "Verbatim Notebook," Time Magazine, May 5, 1997, Vol. 149, No. 18, P. 23. "If God is all good, then he is not all powerful. If God is all powerful, then he is not all good. I am a disbeliever in the omnipotence of God because of the Holocaust. But for 35 years or so, I have been believing that he is doing the best he can." Norman Mailer

Immediately after the Holocaust ended in 1945, most European Jewry lost faith in God totally. They were thoroughly traumatized by the Holocaust, with many of them survivors of the Death Camps, liberated before Hitler's system could execute them. I have personally heard Jewish acquaintances say, "If God truly existed, and if He were all-powerful, we would not have had to suffer the Holocaust."

My response is to immediately point out to them that God warned them, over 2,500 years ago, that He would inflict just such punishment on them if they did not live their lives in obedience to His commandments. Therefore, any Jew that read these Scriptures should know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, why they were dispersed among the Gentile nations of the world and why they suffered the Holocaust. Even some Liberal Jews pride themselves on reading the Torah [First Five Books] once per year; this means that they are reading the answer to their Faith dilemma and not even realizing it!!

Let us begin our study of this subject in the New Testament, where Paul was combating the idea that God had discarded the Jews as His Chosen People, because they had rejected Messiah and had killed Him. It is so interesting to see that Satan had promulgated this lie in the very earliest Christian Church. Listen to Paul, Romans 11:1-7:

"I say then, Hath God cast away His people? God forbid ...God hath not cast away His people which He foreknew..." Paul was very clear in saying that, even though Israel had sinned greatly and repeatedly, God had not cast them aside as His Chosen People. When we look back at God's covenant with Abraham, we see why God could not cast aside Israel and still be true to His eternal, unchanging Nature. In Genesis 17:7-8, God explains His covenant with Abram, now renamed Abraham. God promised, "I will establish My covenant between Me and thee and thy seed after thee in their generations for an everlasting covenant..." God then repeats this commitment to an everlasting covenant in verse 8.

Notice God stated that His covenant is with Abraham and his "seed". This word, "seed" most definitely refers to those physical descendants which will follow Abraham, the nation, Israel which grew out of Abraham's descendants. Further, God stated that this covenant will be an "everlasting" covenant. The word, "everlasting" literally means, "forever" or "eternal." In other words, God could not end this physical covenant with Abraham's descendants without violating His unchanging Nature. God simply had to ensure that this National Covenant stood for eternity. Notice, also, that this covenant with Abraham was unconditional. Even if the Jews which were to follow Abraham were to rebel against God, this covenant would stand. In contrast, the Law, covenanted with Moses, was destined from the beginning to be abolished once the New Covenant of Jesus Christ was established. This is one of the great themes of the writer to the Hebrews.

Remember, we are talking two [2] covenants here. Let us again review:

1. This National Covenant with Abraham, was given in approximately 1900 B.C. The Jews were proclaimed God's Chosen People, not for anything they had done, but for God's glory. God also promised that from this national and racial line, the Messiah would come, not once, but twice. And this Messiah would reign forever. We see this promise of two comings in Isaiah 9:6, "For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given..." This foretells of Messiah's First Coming, as a baby, to take away the sin of the world. But the passage continues: "...and the Government shall be upon His shoulder...Of the increase of His government and peace there shall be no end, upon the throne of David, and upon His kingdom, to order it, and to establish it with judgment and with justice from henceforth even for ever..." This prophecy obviously has never been realized; we are still waiting for this wonderful Divine Government. But notice carefully that this line is passed from Abraham through David to Messiah, Who is Jesus Christ. And Jesus' Kingdom will be established forever. Obviously, the Jew and his nation, Israel, had to continue to be God's Chosen if this forever kingdom was to be established.

Now, let us examine the Mosaic, covenant, a spiritual, ritual, and Temple covenant.

2. The Mosaic Law/Covenant was given to Moses in approximately 1500 B.C., 400 years after the Abrahamic covenant. This second covenant was spiritual, and Jesus set it aside, except for the moral code, when He established His Second Spiritual Covenant. When people read Paul's words that true Jewishness is a matter of the heart, to be achieved by faith in Jesus Christ, they assume God has set Israel aside in favor of His Christian saints. Such people confuse the Mosaic Law, most of which is set aside, with the Abrahamic National Covenant, which God has never set aside.

But, if this is true, God then created a problem for Himself when He removed Israel from their land and dispersed them into the nations which surrounded them. In order to understand this problem, and God's solution, we need to go back to Scripture.

Let us begin our study in Deuteronomy 28, a most enlightening passage of Scripture.

In Deuteronomy 28, the people of Israel were encamped in the plains of Moab, and were preparing to enter the Promised Land. Moses addresses them, knowing that he cannot go with them. In chapter 28, Moses promised, in verse 1, "...if thou shalt hearken diligently unto the voice of the Lord thy God, to observe and to do all His commandments...the Lord thy God will set thee on high above all the nations of the earth." Moses then proscribes blessings in every area of Israel's life, if they would only obey God. Then, in verse 15, Moses warned, "But it shall +come to pass, if thou wilt not hearken unto the voice of the Lord thy God, to observe all His commandments and statutes which I command thee this day, all these curses shall come upon thee and overtake thee." Moses then takes all the blessings which he had just told Israel God would provide them and reverses them all, turning them into curses. From verses 15-68, Moses details these curses, and we encourage you to read them in detail, for they are very instructive as to the Judgmental Nature of God.

Many of these curses were literally fulfilled on many occasions throughout Israel's Old Testament existence. But, in verse 58, God seems to shift gears, as He says, "If thou wilt not observe to do all the words of this law...that thou mayest fear this glorious and fearful name, THE LORD THY GOD then the Lord will make thy plagues wonderful [fearful, terrible]..." At this point, let us look at the translation afforded us by the original language, so our understanding is complete. In Deuteronomy 28:59, God says, "Then the Lord will bring upon you and your descendants extraordinary strokes and blows, great plagues of long continuance, and grievous sicknesses of long duration..." One does not have to be a thorough student of Jewish history to think of the Jewish Dispersion here. From the time of Nebuchadnezzar, 606 B.C., to 1948 A.D., a period of 2,554 Gentile calendar years, the Jewish people have been outside their land, have been persecuted and hunted, and killed in unprecedented ways and numbers. Certainly, God meant what He said when He gave this warning.

But, then in verse 62, God gave even more detail to His warning of unbelievable punishment. He said, "And ye shall be left few in number...And it shall come to pass, that as the Lord rejoiced over you to do you the Lord will rejoice over you to destroy you...and ye shall be plucked from off the land whither thou goest to possess it. And the Lord shall scatter thee among all people, from the one end of the earth to the other..." In these few verses, we can see the outline of the entire 2,500 year dispersion! This is one of the greatest faith-building verses in the entire Bible.

Now, let us move to Deuteronomy 29:24, where God asks the rhetorical question, "Even all nations shall say, 'Wherefore hath the Lord done this (the destruction of the nation Israel)? 'What meaneth the heat of this great anger?' Then men shall say, 'Because they have forsaken the covenant of the Lord God of their fathers, which He made with them... and the Lord rooted them out of their land in anger...and cast them into another land...'" But, then in chapter 30, God promises reconciliation, starting with verse 1, "...when all these things come upon thee...and thou shalt call them to mind among all the nations, whither the Lord thy God hath driven thee, and shalt return unto the Lord thy God, and shalt obey his voice according to all that I command thee this day...then the Lord thy God will turn thy captivity... and will return and gather thee from all the nations whither the Lord thy God hath scattered thee."

God, in His great and perfect foreknowledge, knew Israel would not obey His commandments, despite all that He had done for them. God's Nature is such that He must punish sin, and punish it severely. However, to be consistent with His Nature to keep His promises to Abraham, this All-Knowing God then promised to gather Israel back from among all the nations to which He had scattered her, and restore her fortunes.

We now move ahead from approximately 1500 B.C., to 600 B.C., during the times of the major prophets, Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel. God utilized them each in a slightly different way and in different locations to deliver God's final warning to turn back to Him in repentance or face His certain physical judgment. On many instances, God warned of His judgment which was about to fall upon Israel. God laments in Isaiah 1:5, "Why should you be stricken and punished any more [since it brings no correction]? You will revolt more and more. the whole head is sick..." These are fearful warnings from Almighty God, and it does sound like God is ready to punish in an unprecedented manner. Indeed, He is. God warned, in Ezekiel 5:8-9, "thus says the Lord God: Behold, I... am against you, and I will execute judgments in the midst of you...and because of all your abominations I will do in you that which I have not done, and the like of which I will never do again." Then, God reiterates the many curses and judgments which we have already studied, and I tell you, it makes me shudder to think that the Jews had called down the curse of All-Mighty God in this manner. From Ezekiel 5:10-6:7, God recounts these terrible curses, all of which have since been fulfilled, especially in the great dispersion.

But, then, in 6:8-10, God says, "Yet I will leave some of you alive. When you have some that shall escape the sword among the nations, when you shall be scattered through the countries...And they shall know, understand and realize that I am the Lord. I have not said in vain that I would bring this evil calamity [in punishment] upon them...Thus will I accomplish My wrath upon them..."

God is very clear in foretelling two distinct things:

1. He is forced by His unchanging Nature to severely punish Israel for her sins.

2. But He will move to bring the Jews back to the Land of Israel, gathering them out of the nations into which He had scattered them.

Just to make sure we do not misunderstand His intentions, God reiterates this twofold prophecy of dispersion and gathering together, in Ezekiel 11:16-17, "...Although I have cast them far off among the heathen, and although I have scattered them among the countries, yet will I be to them as a little sanctuary in the countries where they shall come. Therefore, Thus saith the Lord God; I will even gather you from the peoples and assemble you out of the countries where you have been scattered, and I will give you the land of Israel ." God could not have been more plain!! He will scatter the Jews for a long time and punish them severely, but after His wrath has been satisfied, He will return them back to their land and give it back to them. God reiterates this truth in the following passages:

* Ezekiel 22:15-17 Judgment

* Ezekiel 24:13 Judgment/Restoration

* Ezekiel 28:25-26 Restoration

* Ezekiel 34:10-31 Restoration

* Ezekiel 36:6-38 Restoration

This passage is one of the most revealing concerning God's plan to restore Israel. In verse 6, God reiterates that Israel will suffer His judgment, but then in verse 7, He states that, after He has finished His judgment, He shall call the Gentile nations which He had used to punish Israel into judgment. Then, in verses 8-10, God states, "O mountains of Israel...shoot forth your branches and yield your fruit to My people, for they are soon to come home..." And then, just to ensure that no one misunderstands the timing of this return, God states, in verse 10, that He will give all the land of Israel back to the Jews. A check of a map of the original land given to the Twelve Tribes of Israel shows that its boundaries extend northward to most of Lebanon, much of Syria, and Jordan, and some of Iraq. The Jews have partially returned to their land on several occasions, but have never recovered all their land, even today. God reiterates this promise to restore all their land in Amos 9:8-15, but He adds this promise: "And I will bring back the exiles of My people, Israel...And I will plant them upon their land, and they shall no more be torn up out of their land which I gave them..." God simply cannot state this promise of reconciliation any more plainly. After His decreed punishment for sin has run its course, He will bring Israel back to her land.

* Ezekiel 37 Restoration as a nation

This wonderful chapter foretells precisely how God will return Israel back to her land. God likens this gradual process to a valley of dry bones being systematically raised up to a living body again. And, just to ensure that no one misses this point, God first gives the cryptic prophecy in verses 1-10, and then the plain explanation beginning in verse 11. God states plainly, "...these bones are the whole house of Israel...I will open your graves and cause you to come up out of your graves and bring you into the land of Israel".

Interestingly, God states, in verse 8 that He will bring Israel back into the land without His spirit; since we know that the Holy Spirit always testifies of Jesus Christ, we know that God will restore Israel initially in a state of unbelief in Jesus Christ as Messiah. But, then, in verse 14, God says, "And I shall put My Spirit in you and you shall live..." Of course, we know from recent history that Israel was, indeed, established in unbelief in Jesus Christ; her belief in Jesus as Messiah is still in the future.

Then, in verses 21-22, God foretells that He will draw the Jews back into Israel from the nations into which He has scattered them, and will give them one King to rule over them. In verse 24, God identifies this single King as David My Servant, a clear and unmistakable reference to Jesus Christ. Then, God states that this King will be the Prince of the Jews "forever" and "forever".

In Hosea, God again mightily reiterates these two themes, the physical destruction and dispersion of the Jews and their future restoration. In chapter 1:2, God states the reason for His action, "...for the land hath committed great whoredoms, departing from the Lord..." God sternly states that the time for pity has passed; the time for judgment has arrived. Yet, in verses 10-11, God foretells the restoration of Israel!! In chapter 2, God again foretells judgment from verses 1-13, but then turns to the future restoration in verses 14-23. He says in verse 14 that He will speak to Israel "comfortably" or "tenderly" and will speak to her "heart". In verse 23, God clearly states that He will turn again and have mercy upon Israel and will betroth her again.

* In Hosea 3:4, God foretells that His punishment of Israel will be for "many days" and that their religion will be rendered inoperable. History tells us that this judgment occurred just in this way. Then, in the very next verse, verse 5, God returns to His theme of restoration, when He states, "Afterward shall the children of Israel return, and seek the Lord their God, and David their King, and shall fear the Lord and His goodness in the latter days." Notice that Israel will seek Messiah Jesus, referred here as "David their King". Also notice that God places this return in the "latter days", a clear reference to the End of the Age. But, the best is yet to come.

In Hosea 5:14, God foretells the severity of His punishment when He says, "...I will rend and go on [rending] I will carry off, and there will be no one to deliver." But, in the very next verse, God returns to the theme of restoration!! "I will go and return to My place (in Heaven) till they acknowledge their offense and seek My face: in their affliction, they will seek Me earnestly." God is saying here that, once the Jews acknowledge their guilt and earnestly seek His face, He will return to them. Then, in chapter 6, we hear what the people will be saying at this time. They will be saying, "Come, and let us return unto the Lord, for He hath torn, and He will heal us; He hath smitten and He will bind us up." This Scripture is probably the best in clearly stating both the physical punishment and the planned restoration in one single verse.

* In Joel, we have much of the same type of prophecies. And we can see that this restoration will occur at the end of the age, because we see references to the "Day of the Lord"; in chapter 2:1-11, we see prophecies which parallel those of Jesus in Matthew 24 and Revelation. In chapter 2:18, God clearly states His theme of restoration, when He says, "Then will the Lord be jealous for His land and pity His people". God then details how He will bless Israel when she returns to her land in these last days, and how He plans to protect her militarily. Then, in chapter 3, verse 1, God says, " those days, and in that time when I shall bring again (or bring back) the captivity of Judah and Jerusalem..." Again, God foretells the return of Israel to her Promised Land. Then, from verses 2 to the end of the book, God gives many end time prophecies, many of which we can see occurring in our daily newspapers today.

* The entire book of Amos is instructive in these twin themes of physical destruction and latter day restoration. In chapters 1 through 9:7, God thoroughly mourns Israel's sin and her coming punishment. But, in verse 8 of chapter 9 God returns to His theme of restoration. God says, "...the eyes of the Lord God are upon the sinful kingdom, and I will destroy it from off the face of the earth, [except] that I will not utterly destroy the house of Jacob...I will command and I will sift the house of Israel among all the nations... yet shall not the least grain (Jew) fall upon the earth. All the sinners of My people shall die by the sword..." Does anyone see the Holocaust here?

But then God turns to the theme of restoration, beginning with verse 11. He promises to accomplish the following:

1. He will reestablish the Tabernacle of David and will rebuild it as in the days of old. In other words, He will bring the old Sacrificial system back into place.

2. He shall cause the land to become extremely productive once again. Since 1948, God has caused rainfall to return to normal, and Israel has flourished agriculturally .

3. God promises to bring back the Jewish exiles so that they may rebuild the waste cities, plant vineyards, and make gardens. And this time, they shall be able to enjoy the fruits of their labor, rather than seeing their enemies enjoy the fruits of that for which they had labored.

4. God promises that, when He brings them back to their land, they shall never more fear being driven back out of it. They will never face military defeat nor annihilation. Even when the invasion by the armies led by Russia in the last days, as foretold in Ezekiel 38-39 occurs, Israel will be saved.

There are many more instances in the Old Testament where God foretold physical destruction against Israel as judgment, to be followed by full and complete restoration. In fact, in Haggai 2:9, God says that the latter glory of Israel would be greater than her former glory. God is quite clear that He is not finished with Israel, that He will return her to her land after He has punished her.

But, why is God so interested in returning Israel back to the Promised Land, after Israel had sinned so often and so grievously, and after God had declared that His patience and pity with Israel to be at an end? This is a very good question, and one that, when it is answered, will finish the illumination on this subject.

In Ezekiel 20:40-44, God specifically addresses the return to Him after He has finished punishing Israel. In verse 44, God says a very interesting thing: He says that He will restore Israel "for My name's sake". He reiterates this truth in Ezekiel 36:21-22. God very explicitly tells Israel why He is planning to restore her to her land. He plainly says, "But I had pity (or concern) for mine holy name...say to the house of Israel...I do not (do) this for your sakes, O house of Israel, but for mine holy name's sake...And I will sanctify My great name..."

Now we are at the core truth. God had given to Abraham a promise that Abraham's descendants would be the Chosen People forever. You see, God's Redemption Plan was set to come through this Chosen People, Israel. And Messiah was to come twice, the second time in great glory and power, to rule absolutely for eternity. If God destroyed Israel for her sins and did not restore her, Jesus could not come back as He had foretold. Whereas He could still return in all His glory and power, He could not come back as a descendent of Abraham. God's promises would prove to be null and void; God will have been proven to be a liar to Abraham. And God's perfect Nature will not allow for even one instance to occur where He is proven to be a liar.

So, God was forced by His own Nature to restore Israel after His punishment had ended. Thus, God foretold often and long of the planned restoration. This theme is told so often in both Old and New Testaments it is impossible to miss it, unless you close your minds completely to this obvious truth.

And this is what many people have elected to do today. They do not believe because they do not want to believe. But God's power is so great it does not matter that many are trying to deny that Israel is still God's Chosen Nation and the Jew His Chosen People. Israel was reestablished in 1948 and will never be thrown out of their land again.

So, you see, if the Jews of today were to read their own Scriptures, with a literal frame of mind, they would see that God's warnings were carried out with great severity and precise detail. God even answered the skeptics' own words, above. Remember?

Now, let us move to Deuteronomy 29:24, where God asks the rhetorical question, "Even all nations shall say, 'Wherefore hath the Lord done this (the destruction of the nation Israel)? 'What meaneth the heat of this great anger?' Then men shall say, 'Because they have forsaken the covenant of the Lord God of their fathers, which He made with them... and the Lord rooted them out of their land in anger...and cast them into another land...'"

God anticipated the question that has been on the lips of Jews for nearly 2,000 years, and the question which Jews living today are asking. So, Mr. Norman Mailer, when you read your Torah once per year, have you not read this section? This rhetorical question God posed over 2,500 years ago should leap right off the page and into your mind with the force of a million atomic bombs.

Why, then, do very intelligent Jews, like Norman Mailer, continue to not get it? There are a couple of reasons, listed below: 1) God has given the Jews a spirit of blindness, so they cannot see the truth. Romans 11:25b, "that blindness in part is happened to Israel, until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in." Many people today, including me, believe that the "fulness of the Gentiles" came in on June 10, 1967, when Israel once again controlled Jerusalem. The basis for this belief is Jesus' statement about the "times of the gentiles" [Luke 21:24b, "Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled." In other words, it seems as though Jesus was saying that the "Times of the Gentiles" would last until Jerusalem stopped being trodden down by the Gentile nations, an occurrence which ended with Israel's victory in the Six Day War, June 10, 1967.

2) "No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him: and I will raise him up at the last day." [John 6:44] Norman Mailer, and most other Jews, are not now saved because they have not had the Father call them. Therefore, even though they might memorize Scripture, they will not spiritually comprehend the Truth. Remember, the Pharisees of Jesus' day memorized Scripture greatly, yet they missed all the prophecies which Jesus was so obviously fulfilling, and they missed them even though Jesus was pointing out to them that He was fulfilling them.

But, the answer to Norman Mailer's problem is that their forefathers so disobeyed God that they called down upon the heads of their descendants the unbelievable judgments that God of which had warned.

1) Therefore, the very fact that they DID undergo this great national dispersion into the Gentile nations surrounding Israel is PROOF that God exists and that He is Omnipotent.

2) Therefore, the very fact that Israel was called out of the graveyard of nations in PRECISE FULFILLMENT of Old Testament prophecies is ABSOLUTE PROOF that God exists and that He is Omnipotent!! God's Omnipotence is forcing world events to go according to His prophecies, and is the only explanation for these 2,500+ years-old prophecies being fulfilled to the letter. Working patiently, firmly, and without regard to "time", God caused the right decisions to be made at the right time in world history to fulfill His prophecies, controlling men and the decisions they made, all along the historical time line.

3) The very fact that tiny Israel, less than 5 million strong, has consistently devastated Arab armies in 6 wars since 1948, even though the Arabs are 260 million strong, is ABSOLUTE PROOF that God exists and that He is Omnipotent. Norman Mailer, wake up!! When God said that, after He returned Israel back to her land in the "latter days", she would no longer be torn out of her land, He meant it. And, evidently, He has the Omnipotent power to back up that promise!! Events are about to take such a shocking turn in this area of military action that the entire world will stand amazed at the Omnipotence of Almighty God. The reason that Orthodox and Ultra-Orthodox Judaism are increasing so strongly in Israel today is that increasing numbers of people can clearly see the invisible hand of God working on behalf of Israel.

These Orthodox segments of Judaism will continue to strengthen in Israel. Remember, though, that these parties are simply a revival of Phariseeism in modern Israel. Therefore, when Antichrist arises, claiming to be the Jewish Messiah for whom they have been waiting, Jesus' prophecy concerning Antichrist will come into action. Jesus said, "I am come in my Father's name, and ye receive me not: if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive." [John 5:43]. Jesus is speaking of Antichrist here. When Antichrist arises, he will deliberately enact the "fulfillment" of all the Old Testament Messianic prophecies so that the Orthodox and the Ultra-Orthodox parties of Judaism will be convinced that he is the Jewish Messiah. This process of convincing these two Orthodox parties may take some months to accomplish, and may include "supernatural deliverance" of Jerusalem from encircling armies [Russian led invasion, Ezekiel 38-39], since this is one of the Messianic prophecies for which the Jews will be looking to be fulfilled.

They will proclaim him to be their Messiah, amid great jubilation and fanfare in Israel. He will immediately "confirm the covenant" with Israel and be officially proclaimed the Jewish Messiah. I believe the Jews will then immediately begin construction of their new Temple, but may erect the Mosaic "Tent of Meeting" over the Holy of Holies so that they may renew their ancient Judaism complete with animal sacrifices while they are completing their permanent temple.

These events are all on the horizon. The very fact that some of these ancient prophecies have already occurred, the fact that the rest are foreseeable on the horizon, and the fact that a Plan called the New World Order Plan exists that designs for the rest of these prophecies to be fulfilled, are all PROOF that God exists, that He is Omnipotent, and that He has control of all men, all nations, and all details.

Norman Mailer and all other Liberal Jews, the time has come to stop asking these questions and begin to examine your own Scriptures, quoted above, to get the answers God has been talking to you all this time; when are you going to start listening, and believe??!!

Before we close this article, we feel the need to speak to the issue of Zionism in today's world. If you would believe the Mass Media of this world, and the United Nations, Zionism is mean, nasty, hateful, and identical to racsim. Zionism is treated as a cancer from which the world must rid itself immediately.

Yet, this view is totally false, is propaganda, and is part of the campaign to bring Israel down. This anti-Zionist view is also totally un-Biblical. Zionism is simply the fervent desire to bring the Jews back to their ancient land of Israel. Is this fervent desire Biblical or not? Would God approve of such a desire? Let us take a few moments to review Scripture and you might just be shocked to find out Who the Number One Zionist in this world is!!

* Zion is mentioned 152 times in Scripture beginning in 2 Samuel and continuing to the prophetic book of Revelation, Chapter 14!!!

* Zion is defined as:"The transliteration of the Hebrew and Greek words that originally referred to the fortified hill of pre-Israelite Jerusalem between the Kedron and Tyropean valleys." "... After David captured Zion, he resided there and changed its name to the "city of David ... Zion was used by biblical writers in a variety of ways. Many of the psalmists used the term to refer to the Temple built by Solomon (2:6; 48:2; 84:7; 132:13). In Isaiah 1:27, the idea of "Zion" included the whole nation. Zion also stood for the capital of Judah (Amos 6:1). The most common usage of Zion was to refer to the city of God in the new age (Isa. 1:27; 28:16; 33:5). Zion was understood, also, to refer to the heavenly Jerusalem (Isa. 60:14; Heb. 12:22; Rev. 14:1), the place where the Messiah would appear at the end of time. The glorification of the messianic community will take place on the holy mountain of "Zion." {Holman Bible Online Dictionary].

Therefore, if the Lord Jesus Christ plans on making His appearance on the holy mountain of Zion {spelled 'Sion' in the New Testament], you know with certainty that God is the greatest Zionist in the world! Those of you who are fighting against the Zionists of this age are truly fighting God. Let us review some of the Scriptures which show how fervently God feels about Zion, the return of the Jews to their ancient homeland, which He had promised to Abraham's descendants


1) 2 Kings 19:31, "For out of Jerusalem shall go forth a remnant, and they that escape out of mount Zion: the zeal of the LORD of hosts shall do this" Did you catch the key word here? The zeal of the LORD of hosts shall preserve the remnant..

2) Psalm 14:7, "Oh that the salvation of Israel were come out of Zion! when the LORD bringeth back the captivity of his people, Jacob shall rejoice, and Israel shall be glad" Salvation HAS come out of Zion in the Person of Jesus Christ, but now, at the End of the Age, Jesus shall return again {Revelation 14:1}to Zion in triumph. [This verse is repeated in Psalm 53:6]

3) Psalm 69:35, "For God will save Zion, and will build the cities of Judah: that they may dwell there, and have it in possession ." Zion specifically refers the Temple Mount where the Arab Dome of the Rock is now sitting, and where the new Temple will be constructed after the current Dome of the Rock is completely destroyed in this upcoming war! Note this is one exciting instance where God's prophecy to reestablish Temple Worship is paralleled in New World Order Plans. God is great!!

4) Psalm 129:5, "Let them all be confounded and turned back that hate Zion." Yassir Arafat and all other Arab leaders, are you listening? You are fighting God Almighty Himself when you seek to destroy the Jews and keep them from occupying Zion, the Temple Mount. God Himself is the greatest, most fervent Zionist in the world!!

5) Isaiah 1:24-28, "Zion shall be redeemed with judgment, and her converts with righteousness" The context of this Scripture is the Millennial reign of Jesus Christ, where the Old Testament Theocracy will be established again. But, note this Scripture -- that Zion will be redeemed with judgment. God also states that He will purge the spiritual dross from all Israel. The judgments spoken of here is against Israel's enemies in general and sinners in particular.

6) Isaiah 62:11, "Behold, the LORD hath proclaimed unto the end of the world, Say ye to the daughter of Zion, Behold, thy salvation cometh; behold, his reward is with him, and his work before him." This is the part of Isaiah which is definitely End of the Age for Israel. God proclaims to the entire world that He will return Zion --Israel, Temple Mount -- to the Jews and will rule from there. Salvation and material blessings will flow from Zion.

7) Joel 2:32, "And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the LORD shall be delivered: for in mount Zion and in Jerusalem shall be deliverance, as the LORD hath said, and in the remnant whom the LORD shall call". Joel is an End of the Age book, and this segment promises again that God shall provide deliverance from Israel's enemies on Mount Zion.

8) Joel 2:18, "Then will the LORD be jealous for his land, and pity his people." These words of prophecy are most definitely End of the Age and point to the return of Israel back to her land. Then, God vows, in verse 21, "Fear not, O land; be glad and rejoice: for the LORD will do great things." Since 1948, when God miraculously brought Israel back from the graveyard of nations, He has been doing great things in protecting tiny Israel from her enemies. However, you have seen nothing yet, as God prepares to protect Israel from the full ravages of Antichrist and to bring her to the point of accepting Jesus Christ as Messiah.

Zion -- Israel generally and the Temple Mount specifically -- are foremost on God's mind. God is the world's foremost and most powerful, Zionist. So, our warning to all of you who hate Israel, hate Jews, and hate Zion, God will deal with you in the most powerful judgment possible. As the Apostle Paul stated so succinctly, "Knowing therefore the terror of the Lord, we persuade men;" [2 Cor 5:11] All you antisemites have to look forward to is defeat in your effort to destroy Israel in this End of the Age period, and God's terror in eternal judgment.

One other thing to consider: We Christians are worshipping and serving a Jewish Savior. The Apostle Paul calls us "wild olive branches" [Romans 11:16-24] that are grafted into the root of Jesus Christ; Paul then states that God has temporarily broken off the natural branch (Jews) but that He will ultimately graft them back in again. Paul also calls us Gentile Christians the spiritual Jew, since God's First Covenant was primarily a spiritual, condition of the heart covenant.

If you call yourself a born again Christian, the Holy Spirit will cause you to feel a love for the land of Israel, and will cause you to feel toward the Jews as though they were "family", like cousins. I pray for the safety of Israel and am very concerned for their well being. I bristle at the misrepresentations of Israel by the Mass Media. I am outraged at the many acts of atrocity, terror and murder which the Arabs have inflicted upon Israel.

If you do not feel this love for Israel and the Jews, you need to examine your heart's condition before God. The God Who never changes, promised Abraham, "And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee:" [Genesis 12:3]

Watch the events unfolding in Israel, for it is there that the key End Time events will begin to explode. The End of the Age is apparently very close. Are you spiritually ready? Is your family? Are you adequately protecting your loved ones? This is the reason for this ministry, to enable you to first understand the peril facing you, and then help you develop strategies to warn and protect your loved ones. Once you have been thoroughly trained, you can also use your knowledge as a means to open the door of discussion with an unsaved person. I have been able to use it many times, and have seen people come to Jesus Christ as a result. These perilous times are also a time when we can reach many souls for Jesus Christ, making an eternal difference.

If you have accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, but have been very lukewarm in your spiritual walk with Him, you need to immediately ask Him for forgiveness and for renewal. He will instantly forgive you, and fill your heart with the joy of the Holy Spirit. Then, you need to begin a daily walk of prayer and personal Bible Study.

If you have never accepted Jesus Christ as Savior, but have come to realize His reality and the approaching End of the Age, and want to accept His FREE Gift of Eternal Life, you can also do so now, in the privacy of your home. Once you accept Him as Savior, you are spiritually Born Again, and are as assured of Heaven as if you were already there. Then, you can rest assured that the Kingdom of Antichrist will not touch you spiritually. If you would like to become Born Again, turn to our Salvation Page now.

We hope you have been blessed by this ministry, which seeks to educate and warn people, so that they can see the coming New World Order -- Kingdom of Antichrist -- in their daily news.

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