Israel recognizes their turmoil ultimately points to the Messiah; WAKE UP CALL COMES SOON

Romans 11:9

“And David saith, Let their table be made a snare, and a trap, and a stumblingblock, and a recompence unto them:”

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1 Corinthians 1:23

“But we preach Christ crucified, unto the Jews a stumblingblock, and unto the Greeks foolishness;”

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Israel recognizes their turmoil ultimately points to the Messiah; WAKE UP CALL COMES SOON

I read an article this morning from Israel Today News and needed to share this.  I pray the Saints can see this is a MAJOR sign that Israel knows that the heart of their PROBLEMs stem from Religion - SPECIFICALLY The stumbling stone which is Jesus Christ.

Come out from the Christian  Evangelical Zionists and their charlatans like Amir Tsarfati and Joel Rosenberg. 

See studies in NOTES below the featured article. 

Orthodox vs Religious Zionist Jews

by Ryan Jones of Israel Today

A look at the biblical rift at the heart of the internal divisions that pose the biggest threat to Netanyahu’s government.

Messianic-minded Jews like Itamar Ben-Gvir find little love even among Israel's rabbinic establishment. Photo: David Cohen/Flash90

Benjamin Netanyahu’s firm right-wing majority coalition is unlikely to be taken down by a left-wing “resistance” (which some would call an attempted coup). It’s about the most homogenous government Israel’s ever had from a political and ideological perspective, with few chinks in its armor.

But it could fall apart from within.

And this will have everything to do with the disparate biblical viewpoints of the religious parties in the coalition’s ranks.

Ultra-Orthodox parties have reportedly asked Benny Gantz and his National Unity party to join Netanyahu’s coalition to provide “balance.”

What do they mean by “balance”?

This highlights an important phenomenon in Israeli politics:

Ultra-Orthodox parties are largely focused on their particular stream of Judaism and bolstering their particular religious community. So long as the government they’re a part of, and they’ll join either left- or right-wing governments, provides the money they request for their yeshivas and maintains the status quo of rabbinical oversight, they’ll be loyal coalition partners.

Religious Zionist parties have a more “prophetic” outlook. They’re on a mission. And many of their proposed policies are geared toward advancing the “redemption” of Israel as a whole. For this reason, the Religious Zionists are often referred to in Israeli media as “messianic” – and not in a complimentary way – because they are working toward the “messianic age.”

Ultra-Orthodox officials oppose this approach, believing that God alone will bring about the messianic age without human involvement. And so they are just as likely as the left to see Bezalel SmotrichItamar Ben-Gvir and the Religious Zionism party as radical extremists who have no place governing a modern Jewish state.

They’d rather align with progressive elements like Gantz who will give the ultra-Orthodox their little corner of the country, than

partner with messianic-minded “fools” who think we are living in the end times, and are trying to enact government policy based on that belief.

It’s hidden behind the scenes, but this biblical rift is at the heart of the internal divisions that pose the biggest threat to the stability of Netanyahu’s government.

responses to “Orthodox vs Religious Zionist Jews”

  1. Disciple 1978 says:

    You’ll appreciate that it’s difficult for non-Jews to understand the difference. Both practice a Judaism that rejected Yeshua and was built instead on rabbinic principles. Jews are familiar with these principles but they cloud /obscure both biblical directions and their messianic fulfilment in Yeshua. The term “messianic” is being abused in the same way “born again” was when we heard of the likes of born-again golfers. Using messianic to refer to anything other than the Messiah could be regarded as taking the name of the Lord in vain.
    It may be time for Messianic Jews to agree with the Ultra-Orthodox the correct application of the term messianic to prevent Religious Zionists misusing it. Messiah is a person, He is Immanuel, God with us. The messianic age is the one where we experience His personal rule. “And the Redeemer shall come to Zion, and unto them that turn from transgression in Jacob, saith the LORD.” Isaiah 59:20. Israel needs to be open to this Messiah.

  2. Notes  
    who are you Amir Tsarfati?

exposing Joel Rosenberg.


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