We Do Not “Have to Support Israel”.

Posted: August 1, 2006 in Jews & "Israel"

If I hear one more person talking about how we “have to support Israel”, I am going to scream. The last straw was sitting at work last night, watching the news, and having a nurse walk by and look at the television. She didn’t even know that anything had happened in the Middle East, until she asked and a coworker explained that Hezbollah had been bombing Israel, so Israel responded by bombing Lebanon. I added that they were bombing Lebanese civilians, and had just killed over 50 civilians, including women and many children, and got looked out like I was out of my mind. She just said, “well, if Israel’s involved, then we have to support Israel. They’re God’s chosen people, and this country won’t last if we don’t”.

That attitude makes me sick. First of all, the nation known as Israel has no relation to the tribes of Israel in the Bible. It wasn’t founded until 1948, with the first Jews moving to Palestine around 1881 as part of a Socialist Zionist movement. These Jews are not the descendants of the 12 Tribes of Israel, and most have never claimed to be [most will admit they are descended from a nomadic Asiatic people known as the Khazars, while a smaller percentage claim direct lineage from the Tribe of Judah, long after it was split from the 10 tribes of Israel]. In other words, they are impostors, playing a word game, and a Khazar calling himself an Israeli or Israelite because he lives in a country called Israel is just a preposterous as a Texas calling himself a Frenchman because he lives in a city called Paris.

The Bible does mention these modern day Talmudic “Jews”, but it is not in the Old Testament, as they would have you believe. Rather, it is in the book of Revelation:

I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan. Revelation 2:9

Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but so lie; behold, I will make them come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee. Revelation 3:9

Strong words, yes, but they are the words of God, and there is only one people on this earth who this can pertain to, only one group who is so adamant that they would lie, cheat, and kill in order to maintain the falsehood that they are the descendants of Judah & Israel, and to fool the world into believing it. So, by unquestioning, unwavering, and unBiblical support of the Jewish state, many Christians are being duped into supporting the anti-Christ and anti-Christian “synagogue of Satan”.

Now, the question of who are the true “chosen people” of God would take several articles on it’s own, but I’ll make a few points here. First, God’s covenant people are the descendants of Jacob/Israel through his son Joseph and grandsons Ephraim and Manasseh. They cannot possibly all be citizens of the small Jewish state, where at least half of the population does not even believe in the God of their supposed forefathers. They are to be a blessing to all peoples, not a curse and bringer of death and war as the Jewish state is [how interesting that they chose to attack Lebanon, the most Christianized nation in the region, rather than a more powerful Muslim state]. They will be followers of Yahweh, the Lord God of Israel, and of his son Yahshua [Jesus Christ], not of a Talmudic tradition which denies the only begotten Son.

I know that most people will not understand this, and many who do are afraid to admit that they have been wrong, but I hope this has opened a few eyes. I’ve seen too many Americans who would gladly see their country and their people destroyed, if it would save the Jewish state, because they have bought into the Zionist lies. I hope and pray that God will open their eyes to the truth before it is too late. If it does come to nuclear war in the Middle East, and the country called Israel is destroyed, who and what will they put their trust in then? Will they turn away from God because the end times doesn’t play out like the Left Behind novels or John Haggee told them it would? Or will they return to God in the knowledge that they are his people, his sons and daughters, and fight for and defend his people and his truth, rather than sacrificing their allegiance and possibly their children [as soldiers] to those who hate him?

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