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Why was Jerusalem, and Judah restored after the 1967 Israeli war?

Discussion in 'Scriptural Debates' started by 2ndpillar, Feb 28, 2018.

  1. 2ndpillar

    2ndpillar Well-Known Member

    Dec 26, 2013
    Why was Jerusalem, and Judah restored after the 1967 Israeli war?

    According to Joel 3:1, Judah and Jerusalem will be “restored”, and that gives opportunity for the nations to be gathered together in the valley of judgment (Joel 3:2), which is also shown in Zechariah 14:1-3, whereas the nations are gathered against Jerusalem, and they “capture” “Jerusalem”, therefore bring the LORD into the fight. According to Zechariah 14:14, Judah, the Jews, will also fight. The results being that the surviving nations will keep the feast of Booths every year, or have no rain. (Zechariah 14:18). According to Revelation 16:13-19, the nations, or more literally, all the kings of the world, will be gathered to Har-Magedon by the demon spirits of the dead false prophet and the beast, and the earth will experience a “great earthquake” ….and “every island fled away, and the mountains were not found, and huge hailstones, about one hundred pounds each came down from heaven upon men”. I am sure it will be more realistic than your common video game. Keep in mind MRV rockets carry multiple war heads of around 100 pounds each, and would produce the results exhibited in Zechariah 14:12. My suggestion would be to listen to Isaiah 26:20, and close your doors.

    We are now in the 50th anniversary of 1967, which is called the Jubilee, when land is returned to original owners of Israel. Judah has her land, but the "house of Israel" is still scattered among the nations (Ezekiel 36:24).

    New American Standard Bible Isaiah 26:20
    Come, my people, enter into your rooms And close your doors behind you; Hide for a little while Until indignation runs its course.
    #1 2ndpillar, Feb 28, 2018
    Last edited: Feb 28, 2018