We must examine what Christ himself proclaimed to national Israel: abandonment and desolation

We must examine what Christ himself proclaimed to national Israel: abandonment and desolation, which has been fulfilled since 70 AD. I suggest you study Matthew 23, especially verse 38. Jesus was sent only to the house of Israel, not to the Gentiles. The Gentiles were not grafted-in until Israel’s official rejection of Christ, at which point their vineyard was handed over to another (the Gentiles). Jerusalem was and will continue to be trodden underfoot by the Gentiles (Islam?) until the time of the Gentiles is fulfilled, which will be many thousands of years from today. The promise to Abraham’s seed will be honored before the end comes, to a remnant of Abraham’s seed (Jews), but not until the Gentile nations have first been christianized and subsequently reject Christ before the end. Please study this issue, as it is of utmost importance. As Christians we follow the teachings and example of Christ and Christ rejected Israel, as should we. Our mission to the Jews today is to provoke them to envy, not to make them feel as though they are right with God, because they are not: they are antichrist in that they deny the Father and the Son.

Please see: http://ajmacdonaldjr.wordpress.com/2011/06/26/637/ as well as: http://ajmacdonaldjr.wordpress.com/2011/09/22/antichrist-israel-and-the-error-of-christian-zionism/

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