Christ was born of Judah. Promise that David’s descendants should have an everlasting kingdom, and should stand to God in the relation of sonship (2 Sam. 7, 1 Chron. 17; etc) are recorded.

This was Never earned, but a gift of grace and an unmerited pardon of sin. There are many prophecies of the New Covenant suggested by the prophets, especially Isaiah and Jeremiah, and connected with the Messianic prophecies (See list under Chapter THE REDEEMER) In anticipation of the Davidic Dynasty, Yahweh established by Israel's future king, David, the consummation of the Davidic Covenant in the Divine Person of Christ. Thus, the utter importance of Yeshua of Nazareth, of the tribe of Judah and a descendant of David, in whom Christ first manifest on Earth as the Messiah (Luke 1:32; Heb. 7:14; Rev. 5:5) and the Second Advent of Christ when He is destined to rule the Earth as King of Kings in the Kingdom of God on Earth (Rev. 11:15; 17:14; 19:16). One of the reasons for making a covenant is the possibility of one of the parties breaking that covenant. The Agreement of Redemption never had the possibility of failing in any respect. And this is all part of Yahweh’s pre-destined plan for Jew and Gentile to be Reconciled Through Yeshua.

Which in other ages was not made known unto the sons of men, as it is now revealed unto his holy apostles and prophets by the Spirit; That the Gentiles should be fellow-heirs, and of the same body, and partakers of his promise in the Messiah by the good news:

(Ephesians 3:5-6)

The partnership between Israel and the Bride is central to the kingdom of God, and an integral part of the foundation that was laid by the apostles and prophets, as well as the Essenes.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent a moving message to Christians throughout the world for Christmas in 2016. When he said, in part:

“I send you these greetings from Jerusalem. I'm standing in the courtyard of this magnificent International Christian Embassy. I'm so proud of our relations with our Christian brothers and sisters. I wonder for many of you if you remember the experience you had when you first visited Israel, when you saw the Church of the Holy Sepulchre or the Via Dolorosa or the Sea of Galilee or Nazareth. I'm sure it moved you deeply. And it moves us deeply to have this bond with you because we all know that this land of Israel is the land of our common heritage. It changed the story of humanity, it changed civilization.”

His full remarks clarified some of the many reasons that, despite our differences, Christians share such a strong bond with Israel. Everything Yahweh has done in regards to our salvation is based on one or more of the covenants Yahweh has made in the past. None of these has been revoked or canceled. While many Evangelicals support Israel, it is primarily on a political level with no connection to the Body of believers within Israel. There is much-impaired vision within the Church in the West about this. It will take revelation and a veil lifted of the Western Church to see this.

Church, Israel and Kingdom – comprise the primary reasons for apostolic and prophetic restoration:

  • Christian Churches – All the first-century communities of faith saw themselves as having emerged from, and submitted to, apostolic and prophetic protection.
  • Israel – All of the first-century communities of faith saw themselves connected to and aligned with Biblical Israel and Jerusalem.
  • Kingdom – Spiritual authority in the international Church before Yeshua returns will become government authority in the Millennial kingdom after He returns (Matthew 19:28, Luke 19:17).

His Family, “all Israel”, a remnant company of Christian and Jews will return at last to the full possession of their Material and Messianic Inheritance. One of the greatest unifying themes of the biblical prophets was the story of the “Lost Tribes of Israel” and their prophetic return also to the Land of Israel. They were to be restored in unity as the “Sticks of Joseph and Judah” (Ezekiel 37) into the United Monarchy of the Greater Israel that would now be ruled by the Jewish Maschiah ben David (Messiah son of David). This prophetic theme was a story of rebellion, and rejection of the Divine by the Northern Kingdom of Israel, their exile and deportation to Khurasan in Northern Iran, Eastern Afghanistan, and Western Pakistan, their lost identity as they assimilated into the nations of the world as they “wandered” across the landscape of Eurasia to Europe. Yet the prophets were emphatic that God was always there watching over them, and though they defamed the name of God, He will redeem them for one purpose only; to honor His Holy Name.

On May 14, 1948, David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the establishment of the State of Israel. The gift to the modern Jewish State, i.e., the testimony of Christ at Qumran, as revealed in Scroll fragments, was synchronized perfectly with the gift of the modern Jewish State, given by U.N. decree (the second “going forth of the commandment” of Daniel’s prophecy

Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks: the street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublous times.

(Daniel 9:25)

November 29, 1947 was no random event either the U.N. decree, the hope of the ancient Essenes, and the promise of His Word in the period of a Jubilee. In ignorance, the U.N. was prophesying, and the Essenes Scrolls a (“voice” crying from the Judean Wilderness) bore witness: “Behold Israel, the Lamb, the Prince of God!”

God’s ultimate purpose, as always, was the revelation of Yeshua, the Prince of God, the Messiah the Prince, the ancestor of Israel, who would come by Divine Authority to fulfill the prophecy.

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