Replacement theology is disconnected from the Prophetic Word

Editor of Christian Post has no cue about Biblical prophecies and the end of the age.

Richard Land needs to look towards Jerusalem.
Richard Land needs to look towards Jerusalem.

I have chosen to publish and comment an analysis of Dr. Richard D. Land, executive editor of Christian Post.

This is one of his examples:

What if American Christians are in a situation analogous to Great Britain in May 1940?

With breathtaking speed and power, Hitler had swept across Continental Europe, France had fallen, and the British Army had been forced to ignominiously withdraw, leaving behind almost all their equipment at Dunkirk.

Hitler issued an ultimatum to England:

“Agree to a peace that acknowledges my mastery of Europe, or I will invade and defeat you.” Britain had turned in desperation to Winston Churchill as war-time Prime Minister just that month of May.

His government cabinet was evenly split between continuing to fight or accepting Hitler’s terms. Churchill’s opposition said the war was already lost, and it was best to acknowledge it rather than be invaded.

Churchill thought differently. He knew Britain was losing, but she had not yet lost. One June 4, 1940 Churchill addressed the House of Commons and stepped onto the front pages of history by declaring,

 “We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender, and even if,which I do not for a moment believe, this island or a large part of it were subjugated or starving, then our Empire beyond the seas, armed and guarded by the British Fleet, would carry on the struggle until, in God’s good time, the new world, with all its power and might, steps forward to the rescue and liberation of the old”.

Stirring words, but more than words. Churchill had faith in his people and more importantly, faith in his God.

Could it be that American Christians are losing, but have not lost the war for our country’s heart and soul?

Could it be that the analogous event to the American entry into the conflict that Churchill foresaw “in God’s good time” could be another “Great Awakening” that would transform the spiritual landscape of America as thoroughly as the eighteenth century Great Awakening transformed Colonial America?

We don’t know.

Source: Christian Post

My comment:

Faith in Jesus the Messiah can easily be reduced to a matter of ethics, good works and moral. Jesus was obviously the ultimate teachers of god morals.

But if you have no cue about the times we live in, you have not taken the Prophetic Word seriously. You do not understand the importance of the restoration of Israel, and you do not believe that all nations will be judge for this kind of lukewarmness.

If Jerusalem is the center of your world view, you will know we have reached the end of the age. The final battle in Zion is about to begin.

 Joel 3:2

I will gather all nations and bring them down to the Valley of Jehoshaphat. There I will put them on trial for what they did to my inheritance, my people Israel, because they scattered my people among the nations and divided up my land.

Jesus the Messiah said He will fulfill all Prophecies. He also warned us that most people will reject Him, and will not make it to the Kingdom of Heaven. In their hundreds of millions they will be disconnected from anything good, and be sent away to everlasting punishment in Hell.  Only a few will make it through the narrow gate. I hope and pray you will be one of the few.

Written by Ivar

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