MembersGaza, Passover and end-times signs of redemption

In the Land of Israel, the courage, determination and honor of fighting for redemption remain sacred and holy.

By David Lazarus | | Topics: Iran, Passover, Gaza
A 'national march for Palestine' in London, March 2024. Photo: EPA-EFE/Tayfun Salci
A 'national march for Palestine' in London, March 2024. Photo: EPA-EFE/Tayfun Salci

Israel remains the only civilized nation on the planet willing to put boots on the ground against the rapidly expanding axis of evil and their holy war jihadists. The war in Gaza is inching us toward the redemption of Israel and the world in the final countdown to the utter destruction of the enemies of God in eternal hell, where they belong.

Confronting the enemies of life, liberty and justice head on is a tough part of Israel’s covenant deal with God. Since Abraham mustered his army to take down the kings of Sodom to save his nephew Lot, fighting evil has always and will continue to be Israel’s destiny until Armageddon’s final victory.

The fearlessness with which the armies of Israel march into the “valley of the shadow of death” to face the darkness is the kind of courage and determination required to “endure until the end” and survive the next manifestations of antichrist-like tyrants who “will deceive many” in their sinister ploy to take over the world, be they Iran, Russia or China, and their...

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5 responses to “Gaza, Passover and end-times signs of redemption”

  1. Susan says:

    Excellent. Yeshua came to make Jew and Gentile one, but that cannot be accomplished if the nations keep trying to force Israel to go against their God. The nations, rather than roaring, should be helping to carry the cross of righteousness as did Simon from Cyrene.

    Israel is coming more and more into unity with God. In a recent article, Rabbi Pesach Wolicki explained that in Hebrew Zephaniah 3:9 does not translate “shoulder to shoulder ” but rather “with one shoulder”….acting in complete unity.

    • AdinoBenaiah says:

      Zephaniah 3:9 KJV
      For then will I turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the LORD, to serve him with one consent.

      It was perfectly translated in the King James Version. Just as God said he would. Psalm 12:6-7 (KJV) – No need to understand Hebrew to understand Scripture. We are simple, so God made it simple enough for any 6th grader to understand. Perfectly preserved in the universal language of the end times (English) Do not limit the ability of God Almighty by believing He could not preserve His Word. He said He would. Thus He did. (Go read that Psalm passage I gave you above, lazy)

      One day we will be wise enough to stop listening to the “scholars”, which are crippled too high for crutches, and will come to the full knowledge of the truth. Probably not in this lifetime though. People are too much like sheep.

      Solid article though, David.
      Even so come Lord Jesus.

      • Susan says:

        Sorry to hear you dismiss the Hebrew. YOUR loss.

        • AdinoBenaiah says:

          Odd response. I don’t recall writing anything about dismissing the Hebrew. Typical scholarly assumption. Someone has been educated beyond their intelligence.

          All I said was, it’s not necessary to know Hebrew to understand scripture. You doubt God and His promises. As a matter of fact, it appears you’re calling Him a liar. Or is that an assumption? Either way, your pride would never allow you to actually study the FACTS (which are glaring).

          2 Timothy 2:15 KJV
          Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

          I bet you won’t find that word “study” in any version you’re reading. Strange. Better check the Hebrew.

  2. Franciscus says:

    Thanks David, a good article, in light of this, I would recommend that readers may benefit from reading of the whole of the book of Zephaniah, as its message is basically the same !
    The book of Zephaniah certainly lives up to it being classified as a book of prophecy.

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