1948: The Year Edom Conquered Israel

by | Jun 18, 2021

YOU FIGURE I’m on Mossad’s naughty list by now. It only makes sense that I would be. The one time I’ve ever been interrogated anywhere just so happens to be the back of a room in Tel Aviv. What are the odds? The people representing the star of Remphan wanted to know why I crossed the border into Egypt and back again into Israel on the very day when a bomb apparently exploded someplace-somewhere, and also who I managed to talk to along the way. So, there I was, fixing my hair in a mirror. Explaining in great detail how I regularly converse with myself as an answer to whom I spoke with is liable to get one slapped silly. But anyone who regularly reads my work knows that to be about as honest an answer as any. And really, if I was supposed to be given the good cop bad cop routine, then they either cheated me royally or I have no desire to find out what a bad cop can actually amount to.

Seriously, I have no illusions about making it out of here alive. Remember that scene in Glory where the guy with the flag gets shot, and then somebody else rushes over to pick up the flag and he gets shot? All I can do is hold up the home-team guiding flag, as a representative of the rebellion against the Empire, until somebody points a laser to my skull and pulls the trigger. Since we’re into confessions right now, the only time I’ve ever had lasers pressed against my chest was in Israel. Just saying. It took me a moment to spot the masked dudes in a helicopter.

The title of this paper pretty much sums it all up, don’t it? Israel is a hoax. By that I mean to imply that the prophetic regathering of both houses, Israel and Judah, have clearly not transpired yet. Therefore, as the second Exodus is concerned, whatever is going on over there in the land they call Israel is not the doing of Yahuah. And perhaps more importantly, those aren’t his people. Mostly. I don’t necessarily know who the Yahudim are, and Semitics may be counted in their ranks, but the Ashkenazi are not it. That’s not to say the modern land of Israel isn’t prophetic. In reality, we are dealing with very different prophecies than what our Zionist overlords would have you think. The Holy Land has been hijacked, prophetically speaking. And you’re about to find out by whom.

 

Part 1: Inheritance

 

THEIR BATTLE had begun in the womb. On the very day in which he killed Nimrod in the woods, Esau cashed in his eternal inheritance for a bowl of soup. Not that he ever believed it anyways. The Genesis Targum tells us that he had already despised his birthright on the basis that he denied the world to come.

On the day that Abraham died, Jakob dressed pottage of lentils, and was going to comfort his father. And Esau came from the wilderness, exhausted; for in that day, he had committed five transgressions: he had worshiped with strange worship, he had shed innocent blood, he had gone in unto a betrothed damsel, he had denied the life of the world to come, and had despised the birthright.

And Esau said to Jakob, Let me now taste that red pottage, for I am faint, therefore he called his name Edom.

And Jakob said, Sell today, as (on this very) day, what thou wouldst hereafter appropriate, thy birthright, unto me.

And Esau said, Behold, I am going to die, and in another world I shall have no life; and what then to me is the birthright, or the portion in the world of which thou speakest?

And Jakob said, Swear to me today that so it shall be. And he sware to him, and sold his birthright to Jakob.

And Jakob gave to Esau bread and pottage for lentils. And he ate and drank, and arose and went. And Esau scorned the birthright, and the portion of the world that commeth.

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Genesis 25:29-34 [Targum]

Esau was filling his stomach for the world he inhabited and no other. To his dying day, he would resent that decision. And in the millennia since, his descendants have never forgotten. Perhaps that is why the Book of Jasher has Esau retrieving the garment from Nimrod which Ham had earlier stolen from Noah. The very skin shed by the serpent in the garden, by which Adam and Hava had had been dressed in. Esau had an earthly Empire on his mind, and so a bowl of soup would do. Something akin to Babylon, perhaps. We’re living in it.

And when Esau saw the mighty men of Nimrod coming at a distance, he fled, and thereby escaped; and Esau took the valuable garments o Nimrod, which Nimrod’s father had bequeathed to Nimrod, and with which Nimrod prevailed over the whole land, and he ran and concealed them in his house.

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Jasher 27:10

What’s particularly interesting about the exchange between Jakob and Esau is that it mirrors the very conversation which brought about Habel’s death at the hand of Cain.

And Kain said to Habel his brother, Come, and let us two go forth into the field. And it was that when they two had gone forth into the field, Kain answered and said to Habel, I perceive that the world was created in goodness, but it is not governed (or conducted) according to the fruit of good works, for there is respect to persons in judgment; therefore, it is that thy offering was accepted, and mine not accepted with good will. Habel answered and said to Kain, In goodness was the world created, and according to the fruit of good works is it governed; and there is no respect of persons in judgment; but because the fruits of my works were better than thine, my oblation, before thine, hath been accepted with good will. Kain answered and said to Habel, ‘There is neither judgment nor Judge, nor another world; nor will good reward be given to the righteous, nor vengeance be taken of the wicked.’ And Habel answered and said to Kain, ‘There is a judgment, and there is a Judge; and there is another world, and a good reward given to the righteous, and vengeance taken of the wicked.’ And because of these words they had contention upon the face of the field; and Kain arose against Habel his brother, and drave a stone into his forehead, and killed him.

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Genesis 4:8 [Targum]

The defining difference between the two accounts is that Cain killed Habel so as to discontinue the Messianic seed, whereas Esau plotted murder, but only after their father was dead. For reasons which Genesis and Jasher further expound upon, but needn’t be detailed here, Esau never got around to finishing the deed. Unlike Habel, Isaac continued the promised lineage of Abraham through the bringing forth of the Twelve Patriarchs, and so on and so on. And anyways, another clear connection between the two set of brothers is that Jacob thought like a Sethite, whereas Esau only had the cities of Cain on his mind. Abraham had been educated in the house of Shem. Afterwards, Isaac received his education there, whereas Ishmael refused to have a part in it. The same can be said of Jacob and Esau. We read:

At that time, Isaac sent his younger son Jacob to the house of Shem and Eber, and he learned the instructions of Yahuah, and Jacob remained in the house of Shem and Eber for thirty-two years, and Esau his brother did not go, for he was not willing to go, and he remained in his father’s house in the land of Canaan.

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Jasher 28:18

Probably everybody knows the story concerning Jacob tricking his father Isaac into handing him the blessing intended for Esau. If not, then you can read that for yourself in Genesis 27. After a dim-eyed Isaac learns that the venison he ate was delivered from Jacob and not Esau, whom the blessing had been intended for, he then offers the following prophecy for Esau.

Then Isaac his father answered and said to him:

“Behold, your dwelling shall be of the fatness of the earth,

And of the dew of heaven from above.

By your sword you shall live,

And you shall serve your brother;

And it shall come to pass, when you become restless,

That you shall break his yoke from your neck.”

So, Esau hated Jacob because of the blessing with which his father blessed him, and Esau said in his heart, “The days of mourning for my father are at hand; then I will kill my brother Jacob.”

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Genesis 27:39-41 [New King James]

The Genesis Targum phrases it quite differently. Rather than bringing his father Isaac clean venison, the Word of Yahuah had impeded him, so that Esau had only managed to kill an unclean dog for food. He cut it up and offered it anyways. To Isaac, the meat placed before him smelled of Gehenna. Here we read:

39 And Isaac answered and said to Esau, Behold, among the good fruits of the earth shall be thy habitation, and with the dews of the heavens from above.

40 And upon thy sword shalt thou depend, entering at every place: yet thou shalt be supple and credulous, and be in subjection to thy brother; but it will be that when his sons become evil, and fall from keeping the commandments of the law, thou shalt break his yoke of servitude from off thy neck.

41 And Esau kept hatred in his heart against Jakob his brother, on account of the order of blessing with which his father had blessed him. And Esau said in his heart, I will not do as Kain did, who slew Habel in the life (time) of his father, for which his father begat Seth, but will wait till the time when the days of mourning for the death of my father come, and then will I kill Jakob my brother, and will be found the killer and the heir.

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Genesis 27:39-41 [Targum]

Only after the sons of Jacob become evil will Esau break the yoke of servitude from his neck. How did Jacob’s descendants become evil? They did away with the Law of Yahuah and said it was no longer appliable to their lives. Sound familiar? Christians proclaim this point from the pulpit like Hitler at a Nuremburg rally. As a result, the sons of Jacob were tossed from the land.

The hatred which Esau harbored against Isaac continued until the end of their days, and even still it does not cease. A little later on we learn that Esau’s descendants were a people referred to as the Edomites (Genesis 36:43). Also, Magdiel and Iram were their chiefs. Some centuries down the road, the fires of hatred remained hot on the front burner, as the Edomites did not allow Israel passage through their land during their exodus from Egypt (Numbers 20:21). When Edom confronted them with their army, Yahuah instructed Moses that they not engage in battle, as Edom’s judgement had not yet arrived.

20 But he said, “You shall not pass through.” And Edomea came out to meet him with a large army and with a strong hand.

21 So Edomea would not suffer Israel to pass through his coast; and Israel turned away from him, because it was commanded from before the Word of the Heavens that they should not set battle in array against them, forasmuch as the time was not yet come when the punishment of Edom should be given into their hands.

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Numbers 20:20-21 [Targum]

Before you tell me that Edom was destroyed and even their capital city of Petra remains an uninhabited wilderness, thereby fulfilling this particular prophecy, it is only because the big swap had happened at some point in history, between then and now. Historians tell us that the country of Edom flourished between the 13th and the 8th century BC and was destroyed after a period of decline in the 6th century BC by the Babylonians. The Edomites however couldn’t have vanished, as Scripture tells us they will be the cause of the Most-High’s wrath during the day of Yahuah.

 

 

Part 2: Rome

 

TRADITION holds to the narrative that the ancient Edomites are in fact the ancestors of Rome. Interesting. Some will insist that complicates matters, but not really. Contrarily, Roman mythology states that the founding of Rome can be traced back to the twins, Romulus and Remus. The story takes on a recognizable tone when we learn that Romulus, like Cain and Habel before him, became the first king of Rome after murdering his twin. We find such allegations mainly in the Midrash. Esther Rabbah makes the following claim.

Two orphans were left to [Esau], namely Remus and Romulus, and You [Elohim] gave permission to a she-wolf to suckle them, and afterwards they arose and built Rome.

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Esther Rabbah 3:5

The origins of Valentine’s Day may in fact find its descendancy from the Roman festival Lupercalia. But even before that, Lupercalia derives from an even older archaic festival. The Lykaia, with its secretive Mystery rites, was once held on the slopes of Mount Lykaion, the tallest peak in Acadia and which literally means “Wolf Mountain.” Follow along. In Greek mythology, Acadia was home of the Elohim Pan.

According to The Travels of Noah Into Europe, Pan is non other than Ham, the son of Noah and sole heir to the otherwise doomed lineage of Cain. As we have already seen, Esau did not attend Shem’s school as Isaac had, but was Ham still alive by then? Either way, Ham/Pan was the superintendent of his own statewide sponsored schools, which carried on the mysteries of the Watchers. And even by the birth of Abraham, he had already taken control of the world and set up bastardly kings on the very thrones where the sons of Shem and Japheth were expected to rule.

The statue of Pan, depicted as nude save for a goatskin girdle, once stood in the Lupercal, the cave where tradition held that Romulus and Remus were suckled by the she-wolf Lupa. Here’s some of what we know about Lupercalia. The annual holiday, which transpired every year on February 15, started with a sacrifice. Luperci priests would disrobe themselves before slaughtering goats in the Lupercal. They would then cut the goat’s skin into strips and run around the Palatine Hill in Rome, assaulting women, presumably while naked. Apparently, this was their way of telling the pretty girls, Won’t you be my Lupercalia?

It is partly for this reason that Yahuah instructed Moses not to go on the attack with Mount Seir. They were intended to enslave Israel in a later generation. I say partly, and that is because the children of Edom were anticipated for more than Roman enslavement. Calling them Roman may be true, certainly Herodians, but it is only using our peripheral vision. We shall address that additional detail hereafter.

I know you can [defeat Edom], but I wish to subdue My world through them [i.e., through Rome]. I need [Rome] for future generations [until the final Redemption]. Moses, your teacher, already wished to engage [the Edomites] in battle, but I said no to him.

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Deuteronomy Rabbah 1:16

Notice how Rome was being used for the final Redemption. You likely already know that fact, but take a mental note of it anyways. The world is ruled from the Vatican today, telling us that the Edomites are still in control. Another claim found in the Genesis Rabbah takes the Rome connection a step further and—rather than simply pitting Esau against Jacob in the womb—compares the two Patriarchs with Emperor Hadrian and King Solomon.

Two nations (goyim) are in your womb. Two proud (geyim) nations are in your womb, this one is proud of his world [and that one is proud of his world; this one is proud of his kingdom] and that one is proud of his kingdom. Two prides of their nations are in your womb. Hadrian amongst the gentiles and Solomon amongst the Israelites.

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Genesis Rabbah 63:7

The next claim is an oddity, as it falls in agreement that Emperor Hadrian was an Edomite, but spins the entire narrative into a bit of a loop.

After Hadrian, king of Edom conquered the world, he returned to Rome and said to his officers: “I want you to make me a Elohim, since I have conquered the world.” They said to him: “But you have not yet established your rule over his (Elohim’s) city and his house.” He went, succeeded, destroyed the Temple, exiled Israel, and returned to Rome. He said to them: “I have now destroyed his house and burned his Temple and exiled his people. Make me a Elohim.”

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 Midrash Tanchuma

You will tell me you are a historian and Hadrian in fact did not destroy the Temple in Jerusalem. Rather, he put an end to the Bar Kokhba Revolt and built the Temple of Ba’al on Fort Antonia. Notice how I didn’t say he built upon the Temple Mount, and that is because we have been through this already. The Temple was built on Mount Zion and not Fort Antonia. They are two separate mountains. Therefore, the Temple Mount is a hoax.

Secondly, we are told the Midrash was written soon after Emperor Hadrian. You would think the writer might understand the difference between the Flavian Emperors and Hadrian. Also, that the Temple had been destroyed fifty years before the reign of Hadrian. What we just read is simply more evidence to what I’ve already been saying (or rather speculating), that the war in 70AD and the Bar Kokhba Revolt are not two separate events.

Again, you will tell me that the prophecies of Edom are merely dealing with Rome, and my claims that the Jews of Israel are in actuality the Edomites has no merit. Sure, all roads lead to Rome, even when it comes to Zionism, but Romans own the land. They aren’t occupying it. Jews are. In reality, we are only offered an illusion. Read on.

 

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Part 3: Zion

 

Psalm 137

 

EVEN before Rome enacted its revenge upon the children of Isaac, Edom made an open and rather contemptuous attempt at conquering Israel during the rule of Jehoshaphat—without success. The Edomites later teamed up with Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon (2 Chronicles 28:7). Success. The event is detailed in Psalm 137.

1 By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, also we wept, as we were remembering Zion.

2 On the willows in her midst we hung our harps.

3 For there the Babylonians who captured us asked us to utter the words of songs; and our despoilers, because of [their] joy, were saying, “Sing for us some of the songs you used to utter in Zion.”

4 At once the Levites cut off their thumbs with their teeth, and say, “How can we sing the praise of Yahuah on profane land?”

5 The voice of the Ruach Ha-Kodesh replies and says, “If I forget you, O Jerusalem, I will forget my right hand.”

6 My tongue will cleave to my palate, if I will not remember you; if I will not elevate the memory of Jerusalem above the principal joy of my temple.

7 Said Michael, prince of Jerusalem, “Remember, O Yahuah, the people of Edom, who laid waste Jerusalem, who say, ‘Destroy, destroy, to the foundations of it.’”

8 Said Gabriel, prince of Zion to the despoiling Babylonian mother, “Happy he who gives back to you evil for what you did to us.”

9 Happy he who takes and smashes your children on a rock.

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Psalm 137 [Targum]

Kind of strange how Edom disappeared after the destruction of Jerusalem, don’t you think? And supposedly at the hands of Babylon, after they had aided Babylon in its destruction. I almost get the feeling that a deal was struck. And anyways, King Herod was an Edomite, and how did something like that come about? He was only a Jew so much as he was also a Roman and an Arabian. But even before that, Josephus records that the Hasmonean high priest, John Hyrcanus (164-104 BC), conquered the Idumeans and forced them to convert to Judaism.

Hyrcanus took also Dora and Marissa, cities of Idumea, and subdued all the Idumeans; and permitted them to stay in that country, if they would circumcise their genitals, and make use of the laws of the Jews; and they were so desirous of living in the country of their forefathers, that they submitted to the use of circumcision, and of the rest of the Jewish ways of living; at which time therefore this befell them, that they were hereafter no other than Jews.

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Josephus, Antiquities 13:9.

Idumean is simply the Greek work for Edomite, as they are indeed the same people. It is here during the Maccabean revolt when the children of Esau began to blend in while the Yahudim were quietly bled out. At the advent of Messiah, the Edomites had purchased the priesthood, and isn’t that interesting?

Ezekiel 35:1-15

 

OUR next passage derives from Ezekiel. The words speak for themselves. Rather than simply adding a verse here or there to make my point, I have decided to go with chapters in order to deliver a proper context. Still, if you’re interested in just skimming ahead, I have highlighted my main point in red, as you have likely already noticed by now.

35 Moreover the word of Yahuah came to me, saying, 2 “Son of man, set your face against Mount Seir and prophesy against it, 3 and say to it, ‘Thus says the Yahuah Elohim:

“Behold, O Mount Seir, I am against you;

I will stretch out My hand against you,

And make you most desolate;

4 I shall lay your cities waste,

And you shall be desolate.

Then you shall know that I am Yahuah.

5 “Because you have had an ancient hatred, and have shed the blood of the children of Israel by the power of the sword at the time of their calamity, when their iniquity came to an end, 6 therefore, as I live,” says Yahuah Elohim, “I will prepare you for blood, and blood shall pursue you; since you have not hated blood, therefore blood shall pursue you. 7 Thus I will make Mount Seir most desolate, and cut off from it the one who leaves and the one who returns. 8 And I will fill its mountains with the slain; on your hills and in your valleys and in all your ravines those who are slain by the sword shall fall. 9 I will make you perpetually desolate, and your cities shall be uninhabited; then you shall know that I am Yahuah.

10 “Because you have said, ‘These two nations and these two countries shall be mine, and we will possess them,’ although Yahuah was there, 11 therefore, as I live,” says Yahuah Elohim, “I will do according to your anger and according to the envy which you showed in your hatred against them; and I will make Myself known among them when I judge you. 12 Then you shall know that I am Yahuah. I have heard all your blasphemies which you have spoken against the mountains of Israel, saying, ‘They are desolate; they are given to us to consume.’ 13 Thus with your mouth you have boasted against Me and multiplied your words against Me; I have heard them.”

14 ‘Thus says Yahuah Elohim: “The whole earth will rejoice when I make you desolate. 15 As you rejoiced because the inheritance of the house of Israel was desolate, so I will do to you; you shall be desolate, O Mount Seir, as well as all of Edom—all of it! Then they shall know that I am Yahuah.”’

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Ezekiel 35:1-15

What is really going on here? Verse 10 tells us. After Yahuah cast the houses of Israel and Judah out of the land, Edom conspired to take back Esau’s forsaken inheritance during the time in which the land remained desolate. Yahuah has a problem with that.

 

Obadiah 8:8-21

 

NOW that Esau’s plot has been established, the prophet Obadiah is even more telling. The following text derives from Obadiah 8:8-21. I will pause only for comments.

8 “Will I not in that day,” says Yahuah, “Even destroy the wise men from Edom, and understanding from the mountains of Esau?

9 Then your mighty men, O Teman, shall be dismayed, to the end that everyone from the mountains of Esau May be cut off by slaughter.

10 “For violence against your brother Jacob, shame shall cover you, and you shall be cut off forever.

11 In the day that you stood on the other side—in the day that strangers carried captive his forces, when foreigners entered his gates and cast lots for Jerusalem—even you were as one of them.

12 “But you should not have gazed on the day of your brother in the day of his captivity; nor should you have rejoiced over the children of Judah in the day of their destruction; nor should you have spoken proudly in the day of distress.

Verse 12 presents us with the word distress. In Hebrew it is צָרָֽה׃, pronounced ṣā·rāh. Take a note of that, as we shall stumbled upon the word again in Jeremiah. Continuing.

13 You should not have entered the gate of My people in the day of their calamity. Indeed, you should not have gazed on their affliction in the day of their calamity, nor laid hands on their substance in the day of their calamity.

14 You should not have stood at the crossroads to cut off those among them who escaped; nor should you have delivered up those among them who remained in the day of distress.

15 “For the day of Yahuah upon all the nations is near; as you have done, it shall be done to you; your reprisal shall return upon your own head.

16 For as you drank on My holy mountain, so shall all the nations drink continually; yes, they shall drink, and swallow, and they shall be as though they had never been.

Pause. Ask yourself, where in Yahuah’s holy mountain? It’s in Judah. The children of Esau have taken over Jerusalem. Read on.

17 “But on Mount Zion there shall be deliverance, and there shall be holiness; the house of Jacob shall possess their possessions.

You will tell me that the house of Jacob does possess their possessions, and that it happened in 1948. If so, then keep reading.

18 The house of Jacob shall be a fire, and the house of Joseph a flame; but the house of Esau shall be stubble; they shall kindle them and devour them, and no survivor shall remain of the house of Esau,” for Yahuah has spoken.

19 The South shall possess the mountains of Esau, and the Lowland shall possess Philistia. They shall possess the fields of Ephraim and the fields of Samaria. Benjamin shall possess Gilead.

20 And the captives of this host of the children of Israel shall possess the land of the Canaanites as far as Zarephath. The captives of Jerusalem who are in Sepharad shall possess the cities of the South.

Every place mentioned here (in verses 19-20) can be found within the borders of modern Israel, and isn’t that something? The house of Jacob does not return to the land until the day of Yahuah, at which point “the house of Esau shall be stubble.” That can mean only one thing. Mount Zion is at this very moment under the control of the Edomites. But it gets better.

21 Then saviors shall come to Mount Zion to judge the mountains of Esau, and the kingdom shall be Yahuah’s.

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Obadiah 8:8-21

Mm-hmm, I knew it. We’re waiting on Messiah to lead us into the land in order to take back what has been stolen from the Most-High.

 

Jeremiah 30:4-14

 

I ASKED you to make a mental note of Jacob’s distress. That will come to some use in Jeremiah 30. Once again, I will pause for comment.

4 Now these are the words that Yahuah spoke concerning Israel and Judah.

5 “For thus says Yahuah: ‘We have heard a voice of trembling, of fear, and not of peace.

6 Ask now, and see, whether a man is ever in labor with child? So why do I see every man with his hands on his loins, like a woman in labor, and all faces turned pale?

7 Alas! For that day is great, so that none is like it; and it is the time of Jacob’s trouble [ צָרָֽה׃ ā·rāh] but he shall be saved out of it.

There is it again. Distress. Sā·rāh. Only here we see that it is referring to the times of Jacob’s trouble. If you recall, Jacob was a slave to his father-in-law Laban for the matter of twenty years and living out of the land. Upon his return plight over the river Jordan, who was there to confront him but Esau? Continuing.

8 ‘For it shall come to pass in that day,’ says Yahuah of hosts, ‘That I will break his yoke from your neck, and will burst your bonds; Foreigners shall no more enslave them.

Who is Yahuah speaking of? It’s a reference to the prophecy given in Genesis 27:39-41. Only the context here is that both houses of Israel and Judah have already been cast out of the land and scattered over the breadth of the earth. This is the day when Jacob’s yoke will be broken from their neck, after the dispersion.

9 But they shall serve Yahuah their Elohim, and David their king, whom I will raise up for them.

10 ‘Therefore do not fear, O My servant Jacob,’ says Yahuah, ‘Nor be dismayed, O Israel; For behold, I will save you from afar, and your seed from the land of their captivity. Jacob shall return, have rest and be quiet, and no one shall make him afraid.

The phrase, “I will save you from afar,” is a reference to Deuteronomy 4—a latter days prophecy and promise that Yahuah will raise up Judah and Israel, the house of Jacob, from the furthest corners of the Earth. We read:

27 And Yahuah shall scatter you among the nations, and ye shall be left few in number among the heathen, whither Yahuah shall lead you. 28 And there ye shall serve Elohim, the work of men’s hands, wood and stone, which neither see, nor hear, nor eat, nor smell. 29 But if from thence thou shalt seek Yahuah thy Elohim, thou shalt find him, if thou seek him with all thy heart and with all thy soul. 30 When thou art in tribulation, and all these things are come upon thee, even in the latter days, if thou turn to Yahuah thy Elohim, and shalt be obedient unto his voice; 31(For Yahuah thy Elohim is a merciful Elohim;) he will not forsake thee, neither destroy thee, nor forget the covenant of thy fathers which he sware unto them.

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Deuteronomy 4:27-30

In the days leading up to the second exodus into the land of promise, that is the picture given to us. Returning to Jeremiah.

11 For I am with you,’ says Yahuah, ‘to save you; Though I make a full end of all nations where I have scattered you, yet I will not make a complete end of you. But I will correct you in justice, and will not let you go altogether unpunished.’

12 “For thus says Yahuah: ‘Your affliction is incurable; your wound is severe.

13 There is no one to plead your cause, that you may be bound up; you have no healing medicines.

14 All your lovers have forgotten you; they do not seek you; for I have wounded you with the wound of an enemy, with the chastisement of a cruel one, for the multitude of your iniquities, because your sins have increased.

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 Jeremiah 30:4-14

Remember, the context here is the day of Jacob’s Trouble, when the houses of Judah and Israel are regathered. You will tell me that this regathering has already happened, but the United Nations is not the Messiah. Scripture tells us again and again that there will be no fulfillment of this prophecy until the Day of Yahuah, when Yahusha HaMashiach returns to establish his eternal kingdom.

 

Isaiah 34:1-8

 

WE still have a couple of more passages to get through. Once again, they speak for themselves. Isaiah 34 is so straightforward that no comment is needed.

34 Come near, you nations, to hear;
And heed, you people!
Let the earth hear, and all that is in it,
The world and all things that come forth from it.
For the indignation of Yahuahis against all nations,
And His fury against all their armies;
He has utterly destroyed them,
He has given them over to the slaughter.
Also their slain shall be thrown out;
Their stench shall rise from their corpses,
And the mountains shall be melted with their blood.
All the host of heaven shall be dissolved,
And the heavens shall be rolled up like a scroll;
All their host shall fall down
As the leaf falls from the vine,
And as fruit falling from a fig tree.

“For My sword shall be bathed in heaven;
Indeed it shall come down on Edom,
And on the people of My curse, for judgment
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The sword of Yahuah is filled with blood,
It is made overflowing with fatness,
With the blood of lambs and goats,
With the fat of the kidneys of rams.
For Yahuah has a sacrifice in Bozrah,
And a great slaughter in the land of Edom.
The wild oxen shall come down with them,
And the young bulls with the mighty bulls;
Their land shall be soaked with blood,
And their dust saturated with fatness.”

For it is the day of Yahuah’s vengeance,
The year of recompense for the cause of Zion
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Isaiah 34:1-8

Why is Yahuah devoting a day of vengeance against Edom? The cause is over Zion. We know exactly what Yahuah is going to do. He is going to return the land to the children of Jacob.

 

Amos 9:11-15

 

FANCY technology will not restore Israel. The United Nations will certainly not have a part in it. At the final restoration of Zion, we read in Amos how its mountains will drip with wine, but only because it is Yahuah who will personally see to it. And when that happens, there will be no mistaking the Elohim at work. The world will know.

 

11 “On that day I will raise up
The tabernacle of David, which has fallen down,
And repair its damages;
I will raise up its ruins,
And rebuild it as in the days of old;
12 That they may possess the remnant of Edom,
And all the Gentiles who are called by My name,”
Says Yahuah who does this thing.

13 “Behold, the days are coming,” says Yahuah,
“When the plowman shall overtake the reaper,
And the treader of grapes him who sows seed;
The mountains shall drip with sweet wine,
And all the hills shall flow with it.
14 I will bring back the captives of My people Israel;
They shall build the waste cities and inhabit them;
They shall plant vineyards and drink wine from them;
They shall also make gardens and eat fruit from them.
15 I will plant them in their land,
And no longer shall they be pulled up
From the land I have given them,”
Says Yahuah your Elohim.

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Amos 9:11-15

 

Everything we know about the modern state of Israel is manufactured to fit a certain end times narrative. Hint, it begins with a “Z”. It’s like they’re using the Bible for a blueprint, but inverting everything.

Nowhere do we read that Judah will return and then wrestle with Esau for the following century, as we have seen with the Jews and Palestine since 1948. You see? The illusion. Rather, when Yahusha arrives with his kingdom, the picture that is given to us (as you have already read), is that it will not go well for those currently living in the land.

 

Noel

 

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