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We Must Always Hope in The LORD — Be True and Faithful — 4 Comments

  1. Revelation 19:8

    “And to her was granted that she should be arrayed in fine linen, clean and white: for the fine linen is the righteousness of saints.”

    King James Version (KJV) I want to be blood Washed and Covered with the Blood

  2. The Europeans and their branch nations are not gentiles as defined by modern translation. Gentile used to mean ethos/nations.
    We have been lied to, but the truth is, the Europeans and branch nations are the lost, scattered ancient Israelites. Its why who Christians decry as pagans, so readily accepted the gospel, because it was simply a homecoming, they were prodicals.
    Robert the Bruce called this in his Declaration of Arbroath. He knew. Its time we did, because the two sticks (Judah and Israelites) will become one again.
    We need to pray for our brethren who see us as Amalek, to be open to YHVHs truth, and YHVHs plan to fulfill His promise of bringing us back into the fold.

    God bless

    • @ Wildhorse:
      A direct quote I found from someone named Pamela Palmer on Bible Study Tools that appears very solid.

      “Jesus became the bridge between the gentiles and God. Jesus’ message of repentance, salvation, His death and resurrection all extend to not only Jewish people, but to gentiles, as well. The disciples who went on to build the early Church were intentional to bring the Gospel message to all nations, which fulfilled the promise that God had made that all nations would be able to worship and serve Him. Readers can find many verses in the New Testament where the apostles preached to gentiles and made it clear that they were also now eligible to participate in salvation through Jesus Christ.”

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