Supporting Passages

By this point, you probably understand that the Return of Jacob to God is important. The Children of Jacob belong in the Land of Israel, and they are heirs according to the promise of God. And, God intends to bring these prodigal children back to Himself. And, more than 80 chapters in the Bible mention this future event.

Furthermore, what is important to God should be important to us. If God wants something to happen, we should want it also. The problem is that there are fearful events that will occur around the time of Israel’s redemption.

As much as I desire to see the time of Jacob’s redemption, I am deeply concerned about the safety of brothers and sisters that are in harm’s way. If you see what’s coming, you undoubtedly feel the same way. And, even though we probably have enough scriptural evidence to see that the salvation of Jacob happens before the Antichrist arrives, we owe it to ourselves to seek as much verification as possible, to make sure that we have this right.

We are all prone to error. All of us. Therefore we must be careful to submit ourselves to the actual words of God, and seek to understand them – no matter where that understanding leads us. For too long, we have allowed false teachers to impose their agenda upon us. It is time to get this right.

There are severe consequences for getting this wrong, and I want all of you to avoid those consequences. Unfortunately, some of us may not be able to avoid the terrible events that are coming. Foolish brethren have followed foolish ideas and are now caught by their foolishness. And, those of us who are dedicated to rescuing the foolish may suffer because of our devotion to our brethren.

So, let’s take some time to add to our knowledge of what is coming and what God intends. I would have loved to have discussed more than just these chapters, but citing them all would have made this book even more unwieldy than it already is. So, I have limited the rest of this discussion to the most prominent chapters that remain. For those of you who wish to look at the unmentioned references, check the appendix. There, you’ll find a a list of all the references to the salvation of Israel. If I missed any, please, please let me know.

All the References to the Salvation of Israel
https://whenjacobreturns.com/appendix/all-the-references-to-the-salvation-of-israel/

By the way, some of those verses are about the Millennium, but I’ve included them anyway. If I have time, I’ll try and show which is which.

This section is divided between two sets of passages:

Salvation Chapters – Those just dealing with the salvation of Israel

War Passages – Those that include the conflict and calamity that surround that moment of salvation

The Salvation Chapters are important. They describe the nature of Jacob’s Return and emphasize the importance of this event. The Return of Jacob to God is not a ‘footnote’ in prophecy. The salvation of Israel isn’t an afterthought. And, those who don’t understand that, will suffer harm. So, please understand the following very, very carefully:

The Return of Jacob is at the center of The Last Days.

Never forget that. Never. Those who do will pay a heavy price in this world. And, those who preach against the centrality of Israel’s Return, will suffer an eternal price as well.

Unfortunately, Jacob’s salvation comes amidst catastrophe and calamity. Some of it will be man made. A lot of it will be God made. And, it should grieve us all that so many will suffer and die.

Unfortunately, we are very, very foolish. Our world has shaken her fist against God, and there is always a heavy price to pay for such horrible insanity. It is beyond my comprehension that anyone would rebel against a loving God, but it is clear that most people do. And, far too many of these rebels are called Christians.

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Click Here For The Salvation Chapters

Click Here For The War Passages

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