True Israel is a people Yah has promised to use to honor his name for all time and eternity.
Shalom, and happy morning to you. When the nation of ancient Israel was established, it was done so by Yah’s hand. He took a specific people from a specific bloodline and unique descendant and built them up. It all started with a promise to a man named Abraham, who showed such faith in his Creator that Yah considered him a friend. To this friend, Yah made a promise: he would raise up a great nation from him. He made the same promise to his son and heir, Isaac, and again to Isaac’s son and heir, Jacob, to whom twelve sons were born, establishing the foundation for the promised nation.
Over time, those twelve sons turned into hundreds of descendants, then thousands and hundreds of thousands, to the point where Egypt felt threatened by their great numbers. When Yah called Israel out of Egypt, he was calling his dear firstborn son among the nations. That firstborn son is comprised of the true bloodline ancestors of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, a people he has promised to use to honor his name for all time and eternity. There are those who think that Yah has abandoned those bloodline descendants and has switched allegiance to strangers from strange nations who replaced the children of Israel. But nothing could be farther from the truth.
35 Thus says Yah, who gives the sun for light by day and the fixed order of the moon and the stars for light by night, who stirs up the sea so that its waves roar—Yah of hosts is his name: 36 If this fixed order departs from before me, declares Yah, then shall the offspring of Israel cease from being a nation before me forever. 37 Thus says Yah: If the heavens above can be measured, and the foundations of the earth below can be explored, then I will cast off all the offspring of Israel for all that they have done, declares Yah.
—Jeremiah 31:35 – 37
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