Psalm 137:5-6 recounts the ode of the Jewish people:
If I forget you, O Jerusalem,
let my right hand forget its skill!
Let my tongue stick to the roof of my mouth,
if I do not remember you,
if I do not set Jerusalem
above my highest joy!
Given the fact that the whole world is drunk with hostility toward Israel and the Jews, including a large portion of the professing Christian community, just like this psalm, we also must continue keeping God’s Promised Land and His Chosen People front and center.
The more I interacted with folks responding to my recent Commentary about Mike Adams and Natural News with their hostility to Israel based on Replacement Theology’s (false) doctrine, that led to a lot of additional thought on my part, and the realization that I needed to take one more stab at this topic, even though I initially had no intention of doing so.
It makes a difference who we listen to. This is true whether one is a king or a peasant, someone living in ancient times or an individual today. If people give us suggestions, what kind of discernment do we have to understand whether what is said is actually good counsel or bad counsel?
One of the pieces of advice given by the church over the years is to not focus too much on Satan so as not to give him glory. That’s good up to a point. However, what I think that counsel has done is cause us to miss the works of Satan right in front of us.
Life has been too good for us in the West. Inevitably, when a people become complacent, they think they’re good in their own nature. They see no need for God. A nation full of such people is destined for destruction.
There is only a small number of Bible prophecy teachers who are proclaiming the soon-return of Jesus Christ in the Rapture. Based on the Word of God and confirmation of what we see happening in the world around us, we have no doubt that the time of the end is rapidly nearing. What is considered…