Israel Complete on New Earth

 

The land of Israel and the chosen people of Israel will be complete only on
the New Earth!  And in order to complete our proper understanding of this
when and how of a complete Israel, some Bible history of people and land is
required.  For more specifics on how Israel becomes complete, you should
read online http://www.biblecombibleman.com/AllIsraelSaved.html and
download
the corresponding PDF which has the footnotes from Adobe FrameMaker.

2-1:  What God told King Solomon about the future of Israel’s land,
temple, and people.  First the blessing of obedience.

“And it came to pass, when Solomon had finished the building of the
house of the LORD, and the king’s house, and all Solomon’s desire
which he was pleased to do, that the LORD appeared to Solomon the
second time, as he had appeared unto him at Gibeon.  And the LORD
said unto him, I have heard thy prayer and thy supplication, that thou
hast made before me: I have hallowed this house, which thou hast
built, to put my name there for ever; and mine eyes and mine heart
shall be there perpetually.  And if thou wilt walk before me, as David
thy father walked, in integrity of heart, and in uprightness, to do
according to all that I have commanded thee, and wilt keep my
statutes and my judgments:  Then I will establish the throne of thy
kingdom upon Israel for ever, as I promised to David thy father,
saying, There shall not fail thee a man upon the throne of Israel.”  (II
Chronicles 6)

1.  The extent of the kingdom of Israel on earth was greatest under King
Solomon.  The original promise to Abraham as compared to the puny sliver
of land for Israel today.
“On that day the LORD made a covenant with Abram and said, “To your
descendants I give this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the
Euphrates – the land of the Kenites, Kenizzites, Kadmonites, Hittites,
Perizzites, Rephaites, Amorites, Canaanites, Girgashites and Jebusites.”
(Genesis 15:18-21}

2-2:   BUT–the curse of disobedience–God promised something else
through King Solomon with the disobedience of Israel.

But, but, but and however.  The fundamentalists of Christian fables of today,
both the Progenitors of the Pentecostal Problem and the Bible Baptist
fundamentalists of the secret rapture, millennium, and dispensations, think
the Israel of today in under the same original promise of land and people to
Abraham, and then the first half of God’s words to Solomon in I Kings 9:1-5.
These fundamentalists of several persuasions overlook the splitting of the
two kingdoms with the spread of Baal worship, they overlook that half of the
people went into Assyrian captivity and half into Babylonian captivity, they
overlook the words from the angel Gabriel to Daniel on what was going to
happen to his people, they overlook those dark days of Jeremiah where God
told Jeremiah not to pray for these people anymore.  But primarily they
either overlook or distort the words from God in Zechariah.

”But if ye shall at all turn from following me, ye or your children, and
will not keep my commandments and my statutes which I have set
before you, but go and serve other gods, and worship them:  Then will
I cut off Israel out of the land which I have given them; and this house,
which I have hallowed for my name, will I cast out of my sight; and
Israel shall be a proverb and a byword among all people:  nd at this
house, which is high, every one that passeth by it shall be astonished,
and shall hiss; and they shall say, Why hath the LORD done thus unto
this land, and to this house?  And they shall answer, Because they
forsook the LORD their God, who brought forth their fathers out of the
land of Egypt, and have taken hold upon other gods, and have
worshipped them, and served them: therefore hath the LORD brought
upon them all this evil.”  (I Kings 9:1-9)

2-3:  Just compare, as in the map above, what was promised to
Abraham and his descendants for land, and the small sliver Israel has
today…  {You have a larger map and located here in PDF download.}

2-4:  Without the distortions of the fundamentalists, you must read
and understand–just let the Bible say what it is trying to say–
Zechariah 14, beginning with “Behold the day of the LORD is
coming…”  (Zechariah 14:1) and ending with “…In that day there shall
no longer be a Canaanite in the house of the LORD of hosts.”
(Zechariah 14:21c)

Even as here in a short time, we can not do complete justice to all the times
in the Bible the One day of the LORD and Lord is mentioned, consistently
from Genesis to Revelation, so also we can not do justice simply to all the
Scriptures on the New Earth, most of which have been disguised and
distorted by the fundamentalists.  In the next section, we will focus on the
New Earth of 14:8-21 with brief inserts of the final Plague on the Jerusalem
attackers, but now we summarize according to the Word of God in
Zechariah 14:1-7 the famous ONE DAY OF THE LORD AND Lord of Old and
New Testament.  {In fact, it is hoped that you will use the complete outline of
this section and the next, to take you through research in the Bible on:  (1)
the One day of the LORD and Lord, and (2) on the New earth.  Keep in mind
that these two major doctrines of the total Bible are among the most
victimized Bible doctrines by Christian fables.
1.  Beginning of that One Day, God gathers all the nations to battle against
Jerusalem (14:1-2).
(1).  Start of the One Longest Day of God and the Lord Jesus Christ (14:
1a)
(2).  “Your” the whole world possessions will be destroyed around you right
where you stand.  (14:1b)
(3)  God gathers all the nations together against Jerusalem (14:2a)
(4).  Jerusalem is taken, the houses rifled, and the women ravished (14:2b)
‘(5).  Half the city of Jerusalem is taken, but the people of Judah are not cut
off from the city (14:c).
2.  God effectively says enough is a enough, and joins the battle for justice,
extending across the whole new earth.  The Warrior God {LORD of hosts or
Yahweh} goes to war against these nations gathered against Jerusalem. (14:
3-5a)
(1).  The LORD God of this universe goes to war against those gathered
nations (14:3)
(2).  God in that day stands on Mount Olives, splitting it in two parts,
making a large valley as part of the Mount moves north and part south (14:4)
(3).  Israel shall flee through this mountain valley in the way they know, for
it is the way they fled during the earthquake in the days of Uzziah (14:5a)
3. The LORD God and Jesus with the saints come.  (14:5b-7)
(1).“Thus the LORD my God will come, and all the saints with Jesus.” (14:
5b-7).
(2).There will suddenly be no light (14:6).
(3). The One day defined: (a) known only to the LORD, and (b) neither
night or day, but (c) in evening there will be bright light.  (14:7)
4.  New Earth with the New King (14:8.9)
(1).  Living waters shall flow from Jerusalem east and west.  (14:8a)
(2).  Half of the living waters toward the eastern sea and half toward the
western sea (14:8b).
(3).  This water will flow continuously in summer and winter.  (14:8c)
(4).  About the New King:  (a)  The LORD God is King over all the
earth; and (b) “The LORD is one and His name is One.”  (14:9)
2-5:  Far too long, we Bible conservatives not fundamentalists have
remained silent while fundamentalists, with a false literalism for cover up that
adds words and dispensations to the Bible, have cheated God’s people of
God’s blessings of being on the New Earth after the Second Coming of
Christ as recorded in the second half of Zechariah 14, from verse 8 through
verse 21.
Actually 14:8-11 on the New earth, then 12-15 is a flashback to more on the
One day of the LORD,  on the plague with which God will strike all the
people who fight against Jerusalem (14:12); then finally and in conclusion on
Zechariah 14, from 16-21, what is left of the nations will come to Jerusalem
to worship at least once a year.
1.  The New Earth. (14:8-11)
(1).  Living waters flow out of Jerusalem.  (14:8)
(2).  The LORD will be One and King over all the earth (14:9)
(3).  Promised land of Israel turned into plain and Jerusalem raised (14:10).
(4).  Jerusalem shall be safely inhabited by its inhabitants (14:11).
2.  The Plague on all the nations that come against Jerusalem. (14:12-15)
NOTE:  Read 14:12 carefully, does it not sound like either Israel or the US
drops a nuclear bomb on the vast army attacking Jerusalem.
(1).  Effects on eyes, flesh, and tongues of attackers with dropping of the
nuclear bomb or bombs.  (14:12)
(2).  Enemy neighbor fights against neighbor (14:13).
(3).  As Judah fights at Jerusalem, the wealth of the world flows in to help
with protection (14:14).
NOTE:  The US along sent 2 billion dollars equivalent of silver and gold to
help Judah right now in their present battle against Gaza.
(4).  The plague with be on all in and on all of the CAMPS surrounding
Judah and Jerusalem. (14:15)
3.  Remaining Nations worship the LORD God as King (14:16-21).
(1) Once a year the remaining nations will come up to worship the King,
the LORD of hosts, and to keep the feasts of Tabernacles.  (14:16).
(2).  No rain will come on the families of the earth that do not come to
Jerusalem to worship the King.  (14:17-19)
(3).  That day “HOLINESS TO THE LORD” even on the horses and on the
pots of the LORD’S house, every pot in Jerusalem and Judah, and there
shall no longer be a Canaanite in the house of the LORD of hosts (14:20,21).

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Complete on the New Earth“.  (Includes larger map)