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In The Evening Time There Shall Be Light

Bible Prophecy is to be interpreted completely from a Messianic view point.  The Scriptures have one purpose and that is the revelation of Jesus Messiah.  In fact, the Scriptures say: "The testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy" (Revelation 19:10).  Prophecy then has for its center stage the Israel of God that is under the throne and reign of Jesus Messiah.  That Israel of God is the Kingdom of God known in the KJV of the Bible as the Church.  The word *Church* in the Greek Septuagint version of the Old Testament describes the *called-out ones* who gathered in an assembly to worship God. This believing worshipping Israel was called the Church. The Lamb's book of Life demonstrates that the redemption possession is the purpose of God in this creation.  All prophecy should be interpreted with the purpose of God being the New Testament Israel.  The Church was in its infancy a totally Jewish entity.  It was founded by an Israelite of the tribe of Judah and twelve more disciples from all of the twelve tribes.  Paul quoted Isaiah in Romans 9:27: Though the number of the children of Israel be as the sand of the sea, a remnant would be saved.  That remnant from all the twelve tribes became the followers of Jesus Messiah and were Messianic Jews.  Thus, the Messianic Judaism of Jesus came into existence. Gentiles were grafted or adopted into this Messianic Judaism by conversion found in Acts 2:38.  All Bible prophecy pointing to the coming of Messiah, Messiah's Kingdom, the New Covenant Israel of God, the ingathering of the Gentiles, the preaching of the Gospel, the persecution and tribulation to come against the Kingdom Israel of God, and the endtime persecution of the Saints by a revived antichrist system, must be interpreted from a Messianic understanding of the Scriptures.  If you disagree with this, that is fine.  Just do not write antisemetic hate letters to us, allow us to have our own Biblical Messianic interpretation of prophecy.

Cohen G. Reckart, Pastor  

Prophecy Studies From A Messianic View Point

Pretrib Diehards by Dave Mcphearson
The Destruction Of Jerusalem


Matthew 10:23 and the Preterist Heresy of this text
The Rapture Watchers, by Dave MacPherson
New Covenant Replacement Theology
The Coming Antichrist System
The Time of Jacob's Trouble
The Last Days
A Study About Abraham
The Apostolic Church Is The Kingdom

The Cross Is The Jewish Symbol Of Hate
Jews Who Hate Other Jews
To The People Of God Who Know Their Identity
Who Is The Messiah?  Man or the God-man?
Jews And Their Denial Claims
Antismeitism Against Messianic Jews
Will The Church Go Through The Tribulation/The Trinity And The Pre-Trib Doctrine
A Study On Preterist & Amillennialism
The Two Witnesses

The 70 Weeks Of Daniel
Messianic Salvation By Grace Through Faith
Conversion To The Messianic Judaism Of Jesus
The Israel Of God
Messianic Replacement Theology
The Destiny Of The Israel Of God
Dual Identity, Jews By Choice
The Promise Of Abraham Fulfilled In Jesus Messiah
Aliyeh, The Holy Return To Messiah And His Kingdom
Dispensationalism A Modern Heresy
The Seven Church Age Dispensation Heresy
Revelation 13 Properly Interpreted
Who Is The Great Whore Of Revelation Chapters 17 & 18
Persecution Of Messianic Believers Prophesied By Jesus In The Endtimes
When Is The Rapture, A Defense Of Truth Against Two Heretical Views

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