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The Middle East is in the news all the time. Since the creation of the nation state of Israel 1947 by the United Nations after WWII there has been constant tension and strife. In fact the day after Israel declared itself a Jewish state, the armies of four Arab countries attacked. A month doesn’t go by without some news about Israel and the Palestinians. Israel holds a special fascination for Christians and a special place in our hearts. Our history and heritage is bound up in Israel, our spiritual roots are there. Many Christians love to take trips to the Holy Land, to be where Abraham, Isaac and Jacob lived, where David and Solomon reigned, where Jesus, Peter and Paul walked. Blaine and Ardelle are there now. But Christians also have very mixed views about Israel and the Jews and God’s plans and purposes for them.
Pastor Ron Dee walks us through the birth of the Nation of Israel and the fulfillment of God's promise of blessing for the world.
The God of Jacob's father and grandfather makes a promise to Jacob and promises to bless him and go before him.
God placed dreams in Joseph's heart that only God Himself could make come true.
Overview of the Feasts of Israel
God's eternal plan draws together all peoples to His salvation
Jonah was a prophet who forgot God's heart for the nations. He forgot that Israel was to be a holy priesthood so that the nations would be attracted to God. Israel was rescued for the world. Jonah also ran from the Lord because the Assyrians had terrorized Israel with incursions. The irony is that is that he is running from God as a prophet. The other irony is that the pagans care more for him than he does for Nineveh. They cry out to God while he sleeps. Who fears the Lord more? Jonah or the pagan sailors? Yet God is a big God who redirects him to his big task with a big fish. What is your assignment from the Lord? Are you being obedient? Will you redirect your self towards the Assignment or does the Lord need to get your attention through trials?
God's true children are identified by their faith in Him