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In the News (Thu 20 Jun 19)

  
  America's Covenant with Israel
Regardless how horribly Israel behaves toward Arabs; it is beyond reproach by the high priests of power and corruption operating the US government.
With the blessings of the US, and in full view of the world, Israel is engaged in a violent and malicious campaign of ethnic cleansing against the people of Palestine.
The commercial media in the US always portrays Israel in a positive light, while portraying the Palestinians as a group of blood thirsty, crazed fanatics incapable of respecting life.
www.opednews.com /articles/opedne_charles__060106_america_s_covenant__.htm   (839 words)

  
  Covenant (Israel) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The covenant with Abraham, found in Genesis 15, granting the Israelites a promised land in the Land of Israel.
The Palestinian Covenant is an unconditional covenant enlarging upon the Abrahamic Covenant promising the seed of Abraham eternal possession in the land (Deuteronomy 30:1-10).
The covenant with David, found in 2 Samuel, chapter 7, establishing David and his lineage as the rightful kings of Israel and Judah and extends the covenant of Abraham to David's lineage.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Covenant_(Israel)   (477 words)

  
 Ancient Israel and the Abrahamic Covenant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Israel is experiencing the curses of the second aspect of the Abrahamic covenant.
Israel (the northern kingdom) falls to Assyria when Samaria is destroyed in 722 BC (after the reigns of the Assyrian kings Tiglath-pileser III and Shalmaneser V, at the beginning of the reign of Sargon II).
True to the old covenant, God was faithful to his promise to make Abraham into a large nation, was faithful to his promise to destroy Israel as a nation (remove the people from the land) because of their rejection of him, and was faithful to his promise to provide a savior for all mankind.
home.att.net /~theology/israel   (9908 words)

  
 The Israel of God
Israel is a word which is found in scripture over 2500 times and which carries great significance because it is of critical importance to the Church in coming to a sound understanding of God's Covenant Promise.
Christ is the House of Israel the Covenant is with, and the corporate Church is the visible representation.
Obviously, if the tree signifies Covenant Israel and the branches are the Jewish people of Covenant Israel, then when the Gentiles branches are moved from their tree, and are grafted into the Covenant Israel along with the natural branches, they then become part of that same Covenant with Israel.
members.aol.com /twarren11/israel.html   (14073 words)

  
 The Antipas Papers/Chapter 3/The Distinction Between Israel & The Church   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Covenant Theology sees the ages of history as the development of a single covenant made between God and sinners by which God would save, through the value of Christ's death on the cross, all who come to Him by faith.
Covenant theologians base their contention that the church is now the exclusive recipient of the UNCONDITIONAL COVENANTS on certain passages in the New Testament which link the church to these covenants, specifically, Luke 22:20; I Corinthians 11:25; II Corinthians 3:6; Hebrews 8:8; and 9:15.
Israel was a type of the church, and as such its personalities, institutions and experiences are for the church 'examples',...
www.antipasministries.com /html/file0000015.htm   (5061 words)

  
 The NEW Covenant does it Aoloish Gods law
Since Israel had accepted the Eternal God as her husband, she was to be obedient to Him just as the wife is to be obedient to her husband.
Israel was to keep herself unspotted from the evil of the world by being faithful to the laws or terms of the agreement which would make their relationship a perfect union.
It is the church that is Israel begotten and soon to be born of the Spirit (Acts 26:6, 7).
www.livingcog.com /b20.htm   (2956 words)

  
 Israel
In these covenants God promised Israel that they would be his people forever, that the land of Palestine was theirs forever, that the Messiah would come from them who would set up his Kingdom, and that they would be a blessing to all peoples.
Israel would be a light to the Gentiles and that through their ministry would come salvation cf.
Lk 1.67-78) and reaffirmed Israel's role and the certainty of Israel's covenants.
www.doctrine.org /israel.html   (4077 words)

  
 New Covenant
The first covenant (Old Testament) is the second covenant (New Testament) concealed; and the second covenant is the first covenant revealed.
Most religious people of the doctrines of human society are unaware that the New Covenant describes the events of the Second Coming, the Resurrection of the Dead, and the end of the world (age), as imminent events that were to occur before the first century generation of Jesus passed away.
It is in understanding the parallelisms of Old Covenant prophecies and their fulfillment in the New Covenant words and events through the Holy Spirit, Christ, the apostles of Jesus, and the faithful saints of the first century A. making God’s perfect plan of salvation available to people of every nation, every generation, world without end.
www.elohim-god.net /new_covenant.htm   (5602 words)

  
 Israel and the Covenant
To claim to have the Mediator, and not have the Covenant itself, is the main problem with Christianity.
Outside the Covenant, there is no fellowship with Yahuah, nor the rest of the Body of Israel.
Israel is a people who are not only OBEYING the Covenant, but people who TEACH it to the nations (goyim).
www.torahzone.net /nazareneisrael.html   (464 words)

  
 DISPENSATIONALISM by Grover Gunn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
According to a consistent application of basic dispensational assumptions and the dispensational hermeneutic, the new covenant of Jeremiah 31 is for Israel in a Jewish millennium, not for the New Testament church in the church age.
According to this theory, the new covenant is primarily and literally for Israel in a Jewish millennium and is in a secondary and spiritualized sense for the church today.
Israel was the name of the Old Testament covenant community that was distinguished from the nations by the observance of the Old Testament ceremonial laws.
capo.org /cpc/disp.htm   (21509 words)

  
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Without the Israel Truth, as is evidenced in the commentaries and "helps," the Bible becomes a field of conjectures, an array of, for the most part, disconnected stories; and a grab bag of texts without much reference to the context, of where the truth of the texts fit, in the Divine scheme of things.
Lost Israel has been found, and the Bible is the record of these people It is time that their discovery as the subjects of the Bible be known to all who have spiritual eyes to see and ears to hear.
Israel, dispersed, rejected, divorced from their God and blind to her true identity, migrated across Europe, coming to the British Isles, North and West of Palestine, and continued on to the west when by the making of the New Covenant their process of restoration could begin.
www.israelect.com /reference/WillieMartin/ANSWER.htm   (18166 words)

  
 Israel
Israel will be restored as a nation, not the chosen nation, when it receives the gospel.
Israel, as a nation, rejected Jesus and passed to the left under the curse of the law (Matthew 23:37-39).
At the present, the nation of Israel is still on the left of the green line, under the curse.
www.kingwatch.co.nz /Times_Seasons/israel_blessing.htm   (2797 words)

  
 Latter-day Covenant Israel
covenant between me and thee [Abraham] and thy seed after thee…for an everlasting covenant, to be a God unto thee, and to thy seed" (Gen. 17:7).
The same doctrine applies today: Membership in latter-day Covenant Israel, THE CHURCH of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-day Saints, is not limited to a certain lineage but is open to all who willingly accept and abide by its covenantal terms through the Law of Adoption.
Further, Covenant Israel implies a community willing to accept God's complete law, which is based in latter-day revelation of the same covenant that was revealed in the Old and New Testaments.
www.lightplanet.com /mormons/basic/gospel/Covenant_Israel_EOM.htm   (790 words)

  
 Israel to Renew Gaza Pinpoint Attacks - Topix
Israel decided on Wednesday to resume pinpoint attacks against Palestinian rocket-launching cells in Gaza, jeopardizing what is already a shaky, month-old truce with Gaza militants.
Obviously, Jews have the historic and biblical rights to live in Israel between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea, which was the land of the Jews and the land of the kingdom of David who ruled in Jerusalem since 3300 years ago.
Israel is fighting for its survival every single day because the Islamic terrorists keep attacking her and call for its destruction.
www.topix.net /forum/topstories/TKQLE2Q11D510Q03Q   (3385 words)

  
 Bible Stories The Life of Moses ~ God's Covenant With Israel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
God also told the people not to make any agreements with the people living in the lands He was giving them or to let them live in the lands with them because His people would be corrupted by their pagan religious practices.
The difference being that the New Covenant is based on better promises; the laws would be written in peoples' hearts rather than on stone and the rewards would include eternal life.
The basis for the covenant was the Ten Commandments and they are based on the two Great Commandments: Love God and love your neighbor.
www.antelope-ebooks.com /RELIGIOUS/STORIES/moses11.html   (974 words)

  
 Christian Israel
(4) "And I heard the number of them which were sealed: and there were sealed an hundred and forty and four thousand of all the tribes of the children of Israel.
Of the tribe of Benjamin were sealed twelve thousand." Revelation 7:4-8
"And had a wall great and high, and had twelve gates, and at the gates twelve angels, and names written thereon, which are the names of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel:" Revelation 21:12
www.christianisrael.com   (462 words)

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