Skip to comments.A Second Exodus!
Posted on 01/14/2023 7:21:26 AM PST by Roman_War_Criminal
Pressure mounts on Christian teams helping Jews make Aliyah.
Apocalyptic scenarios involving war and climate have captured the attention of the media. But rather less focus has been trained on Jewish refugees attempting to flee Russia and Ukraine after nearly a year of gruesome hostilities there.
Also coinciding with a massive increase in worldwide antisemitism, the return to their ancient homeland of Jewish people from the four corners of the world is a key aspect of end-time biblical prophecy (see, for example, Isaiah 11:11f & 49:12, Jeremiah 23:7f & 31:8; Ezekiel 36:24). And Christians are called to help with the process.
For this is what the Sovereign Lord says:
“See, I will beckon to the nations, I will lift up my banner to the peoples; they will bring your sons in their arms, and carry your daughters on their hips.” (Isaiah 49:22)
Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine last February 24th, some 70,000 Jewish people have made Aliyah (i.e. returned to Israel) from the region, mostly from Russia and Ukraine.
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A lot going on lately - even more birth pangs and events.
This is one of the big items to keep an eye on as we continue to anticipate The Lord’s Return:
More Jews returning to Israel, their Homeland.
Jonathan Cahn refers to this return of people to Israel in his book, The Oracle.
It has to do with the Jubilee when things are supposed to be returned to their rightful owners. There is some amazing things that have happened in conjunction with other events that he pulls together from history and the world stage. Far too many things that could place it in the category of coincidence.
It is a good thing for Israel that it has nuclear weapons.
Why did they not sign up to fight for the country they were living in?
On the flipside of the prophetic Aliyah, we have the antisemitism which is growing like a man made virus in Wuhan.
This article reminded me of the now deceased white house correspondent Helen Thomas. Whose anti Semetic comment ended her career.
Demanding that Jews should “get the hell out of Palestine,”
To which she was asked, and to go where?
Here is how one proud Jewish reporter stated the outburst...
I asked her, “Where should they go?”
“Where’s home?” I asked.
“Poland and Germany.”
Back home to Poland and Germany. I wish I could go back to the shtetlach and shtieblach of Poland. My grandparents’ town of Drobnin, where on a Friday evening the smell of challah no doubt permeated the town, and candles twinkled in the window of every home. I wish I could go back. But not one shtetl, not one candle, not one Jew is there. The anti-Semites erased them.
“We are not the friends of Israel. We are the children of Israel. We were away for a few hundred years in Egypt, or a thousand years in Persia, or Spain, or North America . . . we were away for a few years in Auschwitz. But we are still the Children of Israel.
“Israel and the Children of Israel are one. It doesn’t matter where or when you are born and live, or what language you speak; we are always the Children of Israel. We and Israel exist because of each other; it is G‑d-given. The Jew walking on the street in New York, whether or not he even knows or cares about Israel, is alive because of Israel, and Israel exists because of him.”
Two days later, I was on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” with Howard Kurtz. I can’t remember what he asked me, but I know the answer was that the Children of Israel and the Land of Israel are one, and that is what Helen Thomas and those who want to delegitimize Israel are denying.
David Nesenoff is an independent filmmaker, blogger and publisher. In the 1990s, he counseled youths who had committed bias crimes, and worked as a consultant to the U.S. Department Justice. In June 2010 a video he made went viral; the video showed Helen Thomas, the so-called “dean” of the White House media corp, making anti-semitic statements. In the aftermath Thomas was forced to resign her job, and Nesenoff received over 25,000 pieces of hate mail, including death threats. He currently serves as CEO of Tikvah Lake, a recovery and rehab center in Florida, and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t worry, they’ll be signing to fight for Israel when Gog and Magog invade.
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