The forecast for real estate in Israel, bleak.
Home prices plummet, communities vacated, be left
empty, major job losses and added to the all
this, the ruin of holy temple and capital city.
Yes, life would change drastically and fast. Yet,
it is not without warning. Signs are everywhere
of a coming invasion. As usual messengers are
Israel cannot avert it. Trust in allies fail.
Corruption prevails and deception swells like a
Chaos reigns in the streets. People are given
false hope. False Messiah with promises of
peace pervade the landscape.
Trade and commerce come to a screeching halt. Merchants near and far suffer from the economic meltdown of trade imbalance and loss of commerce. Ports and plants are closed and even musicians are out of work.
National and Christian Zionists Urged to Abandon Israel, Now What?
Once again, the nation has misunderstood it’s mission. They run in the wrong direction. They made their primary focus preservation of the land while their hands shed innocent blood.
The time of the end looms with warnings of it’s nearness. The night is far spent, the day is at hand. #Armageddon is real. The “Jerusalem Posts” ominous Israel news and writes the vision making it plain that he may run who reads it due to the urgency of the hour and for the appointed time.
It is a message of the end of Zion. At the end it will speak, and it will not lie. The wait is over. It cannot be averted, but will surely come and it will not delay. (Hab. 2:2)
Zionists Are Moving in the Wrong Direction
The message of the endtime is flee Zion to avoid destruction. Those who ignore it do so to their own peril. The false prophets urged security within the city as in times of old in the days of Jeremiah.
God urged the people not to seek the land, but submit to his purpose. “Therefore do not listen to your prophets, your diviners, your dreamers, your soothsayers, or your sorcerers, who speak to you, saying, “You shall not serve the king of Babylon.”
For they prophesy a lie to you, to remove you far from your land; and I will drive you out, and you will perish. (Jer. 27:9, 10).
God told his people not to seek the land. He said that the way in was the way out. If they forced his hand and sought to remain in the land, they die! “You will perish, he says.”
Rather, their way to live was under Gentile dominion, until God’s wrath against them and the land was appeased. God does save by the hand of foreign nations for the long term good of the people.
In the days of Jacob, Israel was spared by Joseph’s bondage in Egypt. God provided for their long term welfare, by averting a short-sighted desire to remain in the land during the time of severe famine.
Zechariah prophesied that two-thirds of the population of shall be cut off and die, but one third shall be left in it. (Zech. 13:8) Israel’s most destructive attacks have always come while gathered in Jerusalem at their annual festivals.
The temple is where the abomination of desolation would be set up, i.e. “in the holy place.” The Lord said “flee the city,” not to settle and be at ease in Zion, Matt. 24:16–18; Lk. 21:20–22).
Jews against Zionism recognized their fate, and sold their houses and lands. Taking their cues from divine wisdom, they were able to pull out huge profits from real estate values before they plummeted.
Unlike the economic fleecing shepherds of America’s banking and mortgage industries, these Jews against Zionism poured profits from real estate into a stimulus package that went directly to the people who were hurting from the economic downturn, (Acts 2:45).
Salvation in the Heavenly Jerusalem
The followers of Abraham sought a country, a land and city with foundations built by God. They confessed they were strangers and pilgrims on the land, i.e. even while yet in Palestine (Canaan).
True Israel understands that even a dwelling in Palestine is yet within the Diaspora. Thus, they sought a better country.
“For those who say such things declare plainly that they seek a homeland.
And truly if they had called to mind that country from which they had come out, they would have had opportunity to return.
But now they desire a better, that is, a heavenly country. Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God, for He has prepared a city for them.” (Heb. 11:14–16).
God’s Nuclear Attack on National Zion, the Final Destruction Once and For All
As true Israel makes the transition to the heavenly Jerusalem Abraham and other patriarchs looked for and which the prophets foretold, God’s plan was a preemptive strike on the land for their impenitence.
He said those who refused him would not escape, promised once more to shake “heaven and earth,” a metaphor and apocalyptic description of the nationalist pro Zion movement.
The destruction would be final and forever. “Now this, “Yet once more,” indicates the removal of those things that are being shaken, as of things that are made.” (Heb. 12:26, 27).
Read more of God’s judgment upon Israel in the Re-Examination, A Study of Christ’s Second Coming. Order here.
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