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We must not reject God’s Divine assignment for our lives.

May 22, 2016

We must not reject God’s Divine
assignment for our lives. Rev. Mike Evans

 

Dear Rev. Robert,

When you and I as Christians are apathetic toward God’s divine plan or His eternal purpose, it means that we are rejecting our Lord’s assignment to the Church. God’s prophetic time clock has been set on Jerusalem time throughout history, and the spotlight of heaven remains shining upon the Jews as His Chosen People. It began with them, and it will end with them.

We embrace the name of Christ and serve the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and find strength. We heed the warnings of the prophets Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, and Joel and find direction. We sing the Psalms of King David and find hope. The mention of Jerusalem quickens our hearts, for it is our spiritual city. We must join our Jewish brothers and sisters in their fight against anti-Semitism and the threat of terrorism and reap the blessings of God.

*In my opinion, the loss of this biblical reality is part of the Gentile Apostasy in our time, especially now in the 21st century!  (Fr. R.)

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One Comment
  1. And we must admit, the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the majority of the Reformation Church’s have missed this with Supersessionism!

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