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How Long, How Long, O Lord? - By Gene Lawley -
That question reaches back to the time of the Apostle Peter's second epistle when, in a negative sense, the hopeless outlook was voiced in 2 Peter 3:3-4, "Knowing this first: that scoffers will come in the last days, walking according to their own lusts, and saying, 'Where is the promise of His coming? For since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of creation.'"
(This article has a two-fold intention of directing the reader's understanding that Jesus will come at His Appointed Time, whether long-time or short-time for the individual, and that every person should remain ready for His coming. Being ready means to be faithful to our calling, for it is written that "our gifts and calling are without repentance" (Romans 11:29).
Notice that Peter is prophesying that "in the last days" there will be scoffers who decry that promise of the Lord's return. Some have observed that perhaps those people are believers, for non-believers would likely not be aware of any such promise. At least, they will have some insight about the promises of God that redemption is forthcoming. Nevertheless, Peter's response sets them straight, that God is patient, giving plenty of time for mankind to respond in repentance. What is one day compared to a thousand years when eternal destiny is facing them? The context goes on to say, in verse 9, "God is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance."
We cannot fail to notice that those early apostles and disciples were very expectant that Jesus would return in a short time. Their last question to Jesus was "Lord, will You at this time restore the kingdom to Israel?" (Acts 1:6) But answering back, Jesus pointed them back to Jerusalem, saying, "But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth."
We find later that the Jews do not respond to that witness of Jesus as the Redeemer, thus Peter, Paul and the other disciples turn to the Gentiles. Paul wrote of this in Romans 11:25, saying, "For I do not desire, brethren, that you should be ignorant of this mystery, lest you should be wise in your own opinion, that blindness in part has happened to Israel until the fullness of the Gentiles has come in." The apostles confirmed this at the Jerusalem Conference recorded in Acts 15, concluding that God had, indeed, planned from former days that He would "take out of the Gentiles a people for His name." Thus, we see the birth of the true church, the body of Christ, as Matthew 16:16-18 declares and Acts 1:8 announces.
Then follows centuries of time when God "is not willing that any should perish, but all should come to repentance," as 2 Peter 3:9 informs us. Often, it seems, Jesus is saying to His followers, "Watch, for you do not know the day nor the hour when your Lord shall return" We tend to toy with the question, "Why watch if we do not know when He will come?" That is linked with the question in 2 Peter 3:4 mentioned above.
Typical of those warnings Jesus relates are the three parables together in Matthew 24:45 through 25:1-30. He tells of the faithful servant parable, then the one of the ten bridesmaids, then that of the ten talents.
The middle one uses the traditional Jewish wedding as the setting where ten bridesmaids are caught with the knowledge of the groom's imminent return for his bride (after being away for a year to prepare a place for his bride). The duty of the bridesmaids was to protect the bride during the pending time, to keep her pure, well-adorned for the groom when he comes. The picture is that of the church, the bride of Christ, being made ready for the Groomsman to come for her. It is the scenario of the Rapture, but Jesus does not come for the bridesmaids, the virgins, but for the bride. The fact that the bridesmaids, those who have been assigned or called to care for the body of Christ, are not totally ready for His return is the challenge of today. Five of them-one-half-were without oil for their lamps, signifying a lack of spirituality.
How many church leaders no longer keep their members ready for the return of the Lord, or even that moment when any one of us may breathe his last breath? "Watch, for you do not know what day or hour He is coming!"
However, we have the disclosure in Matthew 7:13-14 that many will not turn to the Lord in repentance: "Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it." It seems uncanny that many would place such little value on their eternal destiny, but that is, and has been, the way of mankind since Cain killed his brother, Abel.
Think about those two criminals who were crucified on either side of Jesus Christ. The one railed on the Savior for not saving Himself and them if He was, indeed, the Christ. He wanted immediate satisfaction without regard to his deserved (apparently) punishment. The other thief, however, faced the truth of his situation; and recognizing the One hanging between them, he asked for remembrance as he entered his eternal destiny. Notice that this second man did not need to do much to effect repentance of his evil deeds-just to admit that he deserved his punishment and ask for favorable attention.
The Scriptures hold all mankind accountable before God by their knowledge of right and wrong which is embedded in their consciences from their creation. Romans 2:15-16 speaks of those who have never heard, even, of Jesus Christ in this way: "...who show the work of the law written in their hearts, their conscience also bearing witness, and between themselves their thoughts accusing or else excusing them) in the day when God will judge the secrets of men by Jesus Christ, according to my gospel." It reminds one of that passage that says, "Two will be working in a field-one will be taken, the other left." Side by side, believers and nonbelievers together, yet....
Reading about Esau and Jacob, sons of Isaac, and the son of Abraham, we can see a difference in Esau that Jacob did not portray, even though the latter was a man of cunning and deceit (with the help of his mother). Read of Esau's problem in Hebrews 12:16-17 which describes his core character: "...a profane person like Esau, who for one morsel of food sold his birthright. For you know that afterward, when he wanted to inherit the blessing, he was rejected, for he found no place for repentance, though he sought it diligently with tears."
Eternal destiny is forfeited for momentary satisfaction, thus exposing the one likeness of the human species to the animal kingdom-satisfaction right now!
One of my early mentors told of an experience he had as a young Christian serving in a rescue mission. He was talking with a man who had come in for a free meal. As Roy told him of the salvation Jesus offers, the man responded with a desire to receive Christ as his Savior. Roy suggested that he pray to ask God's forgiveness and invite Jesus into his life. The man began praying, "Now I lay me down to sleep; I pray the Lord my soul to keep..." and Roy interrupted him to ask, "What is the meaning of this?" The man replied, "Roy, I have accepted Christ all across this nation for a bowl of soup!"
Somewhere along the way that man had lost the consciousness of right and wrong and had become an empty vessel. "The road to destruction is broad and many there be upon it."
Thus, we see the extended mercy of God, that He would delay that day of reckoning, that He "desires none should perish, but that all should come to repentance." The Scripture seems to put it so simply: "For whosoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved" (Romans 10:13). A flippant, insincere call will not be answered, but one that is filled with a repentant attitude is the kind that is God's desire. He says in Jeremiah 29:13, "And you will seek Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart."
When Jesus came on the scene some two thousand years ago, the Jews were looking for a king who would take them out of the control of the Romans. They did not think they needed a savior for their eternal destiny. Mankind does not realize that it has been more likely that one of them would use up his allotted seventy or eighty years (Psalm 90:10), or even fewer than that, before Jesus comes back. As the rich man, who was going to build bigger barns to hold his abundance of grain, was told, "You fool; this night your soul will be required of you" (Luke 12:20).
It would be hard to find any outlook of eternal significance than that of Jim Elliot, one of the five martyrs who were killed by Auca natives in Ecuador that Sunday, January 8, 1956, who had said, "He is no fool who gives that which he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose!"
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Is War on the Horizon? - By Daymond Duck -
The events of this week could indicate that a storm is on the horizon.
Israel is being attacked almost every day, and it looks like the situation is going to get more intense after the upcoming Israeli elections (three days from the writing of this article) and the release of Pres. Trump's "Deal of the Century" (at some point shortly after the election).
First, concerning the attacks on Israel: on Sept. 8, 2019, Israel's Foreign Minister said Israel is very close to a military campaign in the Gaza Strip.
Four days later, Prime Min. Netanyahu said Israel has plans in place for a strike on Gaza.
The next day, Mr. Netanyahu said a war could break out at any moment.
It appears that Israel has finally decided that negotiating with the terrorists is worthless, and the only remaining choice is to send in the military to wipe out the terrorists.
It is important to understand that a war in Gaza could spread to other nations.
Second, concerning the upcoming Israeli elections, polls show the race is very tight.
Prime Min. Netanyahu has responded by promising, if elected, to immediately extend Israeli sovereignty to the Jordan Valley and the north Dead Sea region.
Critics say Netanyahu made this promise to win the election, but God is in control, and it is possible that He made the election tight because He knew that Netanyahu would promise to annex more of the Promised Land.
Jesus said the Fig Tree will put forth leaves (grow; Matt. 24:32) so Israel must extend her borders.
If Netanyahu is elected, Israel's enemies are likely to start a war to stop him, so it is not unreasonable to expect trouble.
Third, also concerning the upcoming election, there is a small political party in Israel called Jewish Power (or Jewish Strength).
Early polls revealed that Jewish Power wouldn't get enough votes to win anything, but the group came out in favor of rebuilding the Temple, and all of the major polls suddenly started showing them winning at least four seats in the 120-member Knesset.
The election is so tight that Jewish Power's four seats could decide who heads up the next government.
The candidate that gets the most votes will probably have to make concessions on religious issues to get the support of Jewish Power.
Without concessions, the winning candidate is not likely to be Prime Minister.
This could have a major impact on fulfilling prophecy, expanding Israel's borders, rebuilding the Temple, resuming the animal sacrifices, war, etc.
Fourth, before Netanyahu promised to immediately extend Israeli sovereignty to the Jordan Valley and the north Dead Sea region if elected, he consulted with the Trump administration.
In essence, he was told that annexing the Jordan Valley and the north Dead Sea region will not impact Pres. Trump's peace proposal.
This signals that Trump's Deal of the Century will recommend that those areas be kept under Israeli sovereignty.
All of this is just speculation, but this is something that is real: expanding the borders of Israel and rebuilding the Temple have become issues in this election.
World leaders (the UN, EU and some Muslim leaders) do not like this, and they are saying they will not recognize it.
Several Arab leaders (Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Jordan) are calling it an act of aggression.
Fifth, as this article is being written, there is breaking news that the two largest oil facilities in Saudi Arabia have been attacked.
There are reports of several loud explosions and a huge fire.
This is another reason to ask, "Is war on the horizon?"
If it is, this world could change very fast.
Keep looking up.
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Multiple Jewish Sources Point to Israel's Election Impasse as the Gateway to Messiah - By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz - www.breakingisraelnews.com
"After that, I will pour out My spirit on all flesh; Your sons and daughters shall prophesy; Your old men shall dream dreams, And your young men shall see visions." Joel 3:1 (The Israel Bible™)
After a source close to Rabbi Kaduri cited a 40-year-old prediction by the now-deceased Rabbi Kaduri predicting Israel's current political impasse, several other prophetic sources, some more credible than others, were discovered confirming this prediction. One indicates that the election stalemate will lead to a heavenly battle that will decide the fate of all mankind.
Rabbi Kaduri's Prediction
In June, Breaking Israel News published an article citing a 40-year-old prediction byRabbi Yitzchak Kaduri, the most famous Kabbalist (mystic) in Israel until his death in 2006. According to an eyewitness, Rabbi Kaduri predicted that the Messiah will be revealed following an election stalemate in Israel. At a small gathering, Rabbi Kadur was asked when the Moshiach (Messiah) will come. He answered, 'When there will be elections but there will not be a government'."
That prediction is even more powerful after the second round of elections held last week leave both major parties struggling to form a coalition government.
An article in Yisrael Hayom, a Hebrew language news service, confirmed Rabbi Kaduri's prediction and added even more details. Yisrael Hayom reported on Monday that a book was found in the yeshiva (Torah learning institution) Nahalat Yitzhak, founded in Jerusalem by Rabbi Kaduri's son, Rabbi David Kaduri, with a focus on the study of Kabbalah (mysticism). The book, titled "O'Shvuato L'Yischak" ('and an oath to Yitzchak' from Psalms 105:9), was written by Rabbi Yitzchak Kadouri when he was quite young and hidden away.
In the book there is a startling section which reads:
"On the eve of the fifth cycle of a thousand years, the year 5780 is a year of fixing. There will be no government in Israel for an extended period and the different camps will fight and argue a great deal without any conclusion in this way or the other. Then, on Rosh Hashanna (the Jewish New Year which will be next Sunday evening) the side of holiness will battle the side of darkness in heaven until God himself and his Hosts will decide the issue."
"And this is all I can say about this issue," Rabbi Kaduri wrote." I have been sworn to not reveal any more secrets."
The article quoted an interview with an anonymous Moshe N., the assistant to Yossi Kaduri, Rabbi Yitzchak Kaduri's grandson.
"The handwritten manuscripts that we received directly from Rabbi [Yitzchak] Kaduri that speak about the redemption and the failure to form a government prior to the coming of the Moshiach are very similar to what has been published but the wording in the publications is imprecise. Similar predictions were written by Rabbi Kaduri's learning partner, Rabbi Menachem Menashe who wrote the book 'Ahavat Chayim' (love of life) in his commentary on the section of the Torah Ki Tavo, which we read last week, which describes what will be in the end-of-days, and the war against the Mixed Multitude and how they will be in the majority.
"The predictions in Rabbi Kaduri's handwritten manuscripts are similar, except that they are more detailed and he names this year specifically as a year that can be a year of redemption. While he did not write the words 'election campaign'. This is an interpretation of his words, But he did write about the struggle between the various groups in the people of Israel, and that this is a stage on the road to salvation and one of its signs. In any case, in the end, salvation depends only on us, the people of Israel, and it may or may not be fulfilled. "
A Questionable Source for the Same Prophecy
This prediction is also reported to have been brought in an ancient book "Brit Afarsimon" (persimmon's covenant) written by Rabbi Sasson Hai Shoshani who was called" the Prophet from Egypt":
"There will come the day when two ministers from the kingdom of Israel will be victorious. Both of them will be named 'Benjamin' and neither will succeed in establishing his government and kingdom. On that day, you will know and understand that the king of Moshiach (Messiah) is already standing at the door and on the Shabbat following this, he will be revealed. Realize it and remember it."
It should be noted that neither Yisrael Hayom nor this reporter could find any reference or information regarding Rabbi Sasson Hai Shoshani or his book mentioned in the article in the article.
Other Reputable Sources for the Same Prophecy of Political Precursor to Messiah
Hadrei Haredim, an ultra-Orthodox Hebrew language news source, contested the report of any such prediction by Rabbi Kaduri but noted that other Jewish sources did hint that such a political situation as the one facing Israel today could be a precursor to Moshiach. Hadrei Haredim cited Rabbi Meir Leibush ben Yechiel Michel Wisser, a 19th-century Biblical commentator known as the Malbim. In his commentary on the 12th chapter of the Book of Daniel, the Malbim wrote:
"When the rule of the minister's who stood on the banks of the Nile ends, then the rule of heaven will begin."
The article suggests that the word for 'bank' (שפת) hints at the year that is about to begin, 5780, which is written with the Hebrew letters שפת.
The article in Hadrei Haredim cites another source from the book "Maaseh Ish" (the deeds of man) written by Rabbi Chaim Brim, who passed away in 2002. Rabbi Brim cited his teacher, Rabbi Avraham Yeshaya Karelitz, the leader of Haredi Judaism in Israel in the first half of the twentieth century, known as the Chazon Ish.
"I heard from my teacher," Rabbi Brim wrote. "It does not seem that the holy Messiah will redeem us from them, that is to say, that we will not pass into the kingdom of the Messiah from 'their' [secular] government."
This is explicitly stated by the Chazon Ish who wrote, "The Messiah will not receive the state from Zionism."
Israel Watch: The Relentlessness of Evil - Jim Fletcher -
As Bibi Netanyahu's enemies cackle and rub their hands, and as those same enemies continue to insist on a diabolical "two-state" model for the Israel-Palestinian conflict, there are many other signs unfortunately that Israel is in a difficult moment.
I've written for a long time about the horrid views of Israel by America's Evangelical "leaders." The mask came off 10 years ago, but had been forming for a long time. The rise of the mega-church pastors, para-church ministries, and subversives in denominational leadership has created an environment of hostility to Israel.
Yet there are other more indirect problems, as well. This past week, the left-leaning Christianity Today magazine published one more piece proving the publication is a Trojan Horse within the American Protestant Church.
Titled, "Evangelicals Who Distrust Muslims Likely Don't Know Muslims," the article serves to promote the tactic of the Muslim Brotherhood to dupe evangelicals. It's called "interfaith dialogue."
The subtitle of the article, "A 2019 survey shows how relationships curb Islamophobia and improve understanding between the two faiths" establishes that the writer (and the editorial board) wants to promote "understanding" with a religion that is nothing if not demonic.
Listen to this:
"Earlier this week, a Baptist church in Michigan canceled an event titled, '9/11 Forgotten? Is Michigan Surrendering to Islam?' due to pushback from fellow Christians and politicians.
"The pastor of Bloomfield Hills Baptist Church identifies as an Islamophobe and organized the gathering because he sees Islam as a growing threat in the US.
"While some fellow white evangelicals share his suspicions, research has shown that those who know Muslims in their communities tend to hold more positive views and are more likely to see commonalities between their two faiths."
This is profoundly ignorant. Or willful ignorance. We have literally thousands of examples of the mendacity of faithful Muslims, just since 9/11. Notice how the dupes dupe others:
"'The personal relationships with Muslims, that's a game changer,' Todd Green, Luther College professor and former Islamophobia adviser to the US State Department, told ThePost. 'It tends to make you less Islamophobic.'"
Citing research from the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, a "prominent American Muslim Organization," CT lists several points about Muslim-Christian dialogue.
Number 2 states that "Most Muslims have favorable or neutral views of evangelical Christians, but the feeling isn't mutual," and this obviously is promoting a Muslim lie. This point goes on to throw Christians under the bus, by claiming we feel the opposite.
This nonsense piece goes on to share another whopper. CT claims that more than half of U.S. Muslims do not want Sharia law! Do they simply not take into account the Koran's permission to lie for one's faith, or are they this ignorant? Either way, it's beyond troubling.
All this further erodes evangelical empathy for Jews and Israel. I believe CT has an actual agenda to erode evangelical support for Israel.
The real question is, is it too late to be reversed? I believe it is, but if you think otherwise, let me know.
Daily Jot: Prophetic clarity on Isaiah 17 - Bill Wilson -
With the Israeli election turmoil, Iran stepping up its attacks, and another US attempt at a so-called peace plan waiting in the wings, events in Syria have become an ongoing speculation of prophecy watchers. Turkey, Iran, al Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood, Islamic State, Hezbollah, Hamas and other enemies of God and of Israel in the Syrian theatre have many wondering about the Isaiah 17 prophecy, the destruction of Damascus, and whether we are now entering into the end time scenario written so much about by the prophets in the Bible. Certainly, the crucible of prophecy is being stirred and heated, but we must pay close attention to the actual words and context of the prophets to discern current events.
According to the prophet Isaiah, 17:1, "The burden of Damascus. Behold, Damascus is taken away from being a city, and it shall be a ruinous heap." Many point to this verse to speculate when and how Damascus will be destroyed. If we study the context of the prophecy, Chapter 10 begins with prophesying judgment on Assyria and Ephraim (one of the tribes of Israel) for attacking Israel. Damascus is named as one of the Assyrian's vassals. Damascus also is included in end time judgment accounts of Egypt, Babylon, Moab, Assyria, Ethiopia, Tyre, Philistia and others. This demonstrates the near and the far of prophesy. Some of this was fulfilled historically; other parts of it are yet to be fulfilled.
There has been a lot of talk that this is the time that perhaps Isaiah's prophecy will be fulfilled. Damascus, after all, is hardly a city nowadays. It is maintaining a heartbeat after years of civil war and fighting that includes various al Qaeda terrorist groups, Hezbollah from Iran, Russian interests, American interests, Turkey, the Islamic State, and, of course the Assad government. The ingredients are there for the total destruction of Damascus. Damascus may be devastated by this massive gathering of many forces, but it is not the total destruction prophesied by Isaiah. As with most prophecy, it often appears to be fulfilled, but in types and shadows, layers, and signs before it is ultimately fulfilled.
The context of Isaiah 17 is judgment on nations that come against Israel, beginning in Chapter 9 and continuing through Chapter 24. The phrase "In/At that day" is mentioned no less than four times in Isaiah 17, a short chapter of 14 verses. This phrase is an indicator for the Day of the Lord, meaning when the Lord returns to judge the nations that came against Israel. Verse 7 says, "At that day shall a man look to his Maker, and his eyes shall have respect to the Holy One of Israel." Verse 11 speaks that the harvest shall be a day of grief and of desperate sorrow. Context is key. It's irresponsible to take just one verse and develop a scenario or doctrine around it. In Syria, we are seeing prophetic movement, but we will know when God fulfills the prophecy. It will be clear. And all will know that God is God.
Daily Devotion: Longing for Something More - by Greg Laurie - www.harvest.org
Now behold, one came and said to Him, 'Good Teacher, what good thing shall I do that I may have eternal life?'-Matthew 19:16
After Johnny Cash's divorce, deciding that he needed a home of his own where he could relax, write, entertain, and showcase his expanding collection of books and records, he went to noted Nashville architect and builder Braxton Dixon and asked to see available lots on which he might build his dream house. Dixon happened to be in the process of building a one-of-a-kind house for himself overlooking Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville, about 20 twenty miles north of Nashville, and took Cash to have a look at it to get some ideas for his own place.
Dixon's house was built of stone and hand-hewn timber he had collected from more than a dozen old barns and houses-some more than 200 years old. The rafters were made of skinned tree trunks, and three of the outside walls were glass. It was unusual and impressive, and as soon as he saw it Cash wanted it. He loved the lake and the roughness of the stones and wood. It filled him with a sense of peace and space. He imagined it as a place where he could straighten out his life and get reacquainted with the trees, flowers, grass, and other natural things that had lulled and inspired him as a boy.
What Cash was really longing for was that simple, childlike faith he once possessed as a boy in Arkansas. But his mind was so blurred from drugs and other bad choices, he really did not know which way was up. So he became obsessed with this house that somehow connected him to simpler days, like fishing with his brother Jack and talking about life.
1. [God] has planted eternity in the human heart. . . (Ecclesiastes 3:11 NLT)
Each of us has a longing for something beyond this world, and we often try to fulfill that longing with the wrong things. Have you felt that longing?
2. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. (Matthew 6:21 NKJV)
Johnny was investing his treasure in the wrong things. Have you ever made a similar mistake? Where should you be investing your time, money, and effort?
3. Now behold, one came and said to Him, "Good Teacher, what good thing shall I do that I may have eternal life?"
So He said to him, "Why do you call Me good? No one is good but One, that is, God. But if you want to enter into life, keep the commandments."
He said to Him, "Which ones?"
Jesus said, "'You shall not murder,' 'You shall not commit adultery,' 'You shall not steal,' 'You shall not bear false witness,' 'Honor your father and your mother,' and, 'You shall love your neighbor as yourself.'"
The young man said to Him, "All these things I have kept from my youth. What do I still lack?"
Jesus said to him, "If you want to be perfect, go, sell what you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven; and come, follow Me."
But when the young man heard that saying, he went away sorrowful, for he had great possessions. (Matthew 19:16-22 NKJV)
Do you own your possessions or do your possessions own you?
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