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The promises made to Israel were conditional promises. He had plans for them if they obeyed and kept His Holy Commandments. The rest of the nations were supposed to see Israel and come to God through their example. 'Now then, if you will indeed obey My voice and keep My covenant, then you shall be My own possession among all the peoples, for all the ...


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As per dictionary.com, here are two of the definitions of "mandate": a command from a superior court or official to a lower one. an authoritative order or command: a royal mandate. Keep that in mind. Now, as david brainerd mentioned, the International House Of Prayer (IHOP) has a page named "Israel Mandate". As there are only a couple ...


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In the Teachings of Jesus and the writings of the Apostles, there is a common theme of the world that represents an established system that is separate from and foreign to Messiah. John 14:16-18 And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another co-minister, that he should abide with you into the ages: the Spirit of Truth, whom the world is not ...


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The moment I read your question, one passage jumped into my thoughts almost immediately. It's a favorite. Romans 8:28-39 NIV "All things work together for good." (vs 28) A often quoted passage. It doesn't promise us that we'll avoid bad things altogether. But it does give us assurance that in the end whatever we endure will be worth it. Just like in ...


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Your question reveals one of the most misunderstood issue in the Bible, as the church sees itself as the successor of Israel. For the most part, Evangelical Christendom believes in a pre-tribulation rapture (see Left Behind series) originating from Nelson John Darby of the Plymouth brethren, who are also responsible for Dispensationalism. In this idea, ...


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We will literally never know without a time machine. However, given the region and it's history, as well as the people living there today it's reasonable to assert that they were a mix of all types of skin tones ranging from the typical Israeli today to the darker toned Northern African people today. The closest example to a "typical" Hamitic person is ...


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Part of the last paragraph in entry the Pharisees on New Advent has: [T]he extreme faction of the Sadducees, known as the Herodians, was in sympathy with the foreign rulers and pagan culture, and even looked forward to a restoration of the national kingdom under one of the descendants of King Herod. Yet we find the Pharisees making common cause ...



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