Monday, 26 October 2015

God's Promises to Save Israel

It is a profoundly important time in this critical point of history unfolding to reveal destiny. There are lessons to be learned from the past and there are promises made to the people.

The Holy Scriptures are written to refer to and learn from.

First of all Jacob was given the name Israel by God.

Jacob had thirteen children - 12 sons and one daughter. The descendants of these people are known as the Israelites. It is important we understand this and then we can learn more.

It is written in the Holy Scriptures:

God Promises to Save Israel

But now the Lord Who made you, O Jacob, and He Who made you, O Israel, says, “Do not be afraid. For I have bought you and made you free. I have called you by name. You are Mine!  

When you pass through the waters, I will be with you. When you pass through the rivers, they will not flow over you. When you walk through the fire, you will not be burned. The fire will not destroy you. For I am the Lord your God, the Holy One of Israel, Who saves you. I have given Egypt as pay for your life, and have traded Cush and Seba for you.  

 You are of great worth in My eyes. You are honored and I love you. I will give other men in your place. I will trade other people for your life.  Do not fear, for I am with you. I will bring your children from the east, and I will gather you from the west.  I will say to the north, ‘Give them up!’ and to the south, ‘Do not hold them back.’ 

Bring My sons from far away, and My daughters from the ends of the earth. 

Bring every one who is called by My name, for I have made him for My honor, yes, I made him.”

Bring out the people who are blind, even though they have eyes, and those who cannot hear, even though they have ears. All the nations have gathered together so the people may be together. 

Who among them can make this known, and tell us what has happened before? 

Let them bring people who can show us that they are right. Let them hear and say, “It is true.”  

“You can speak for Me,” says the Lord. “You are My servant whom I have chosen so that you may know and believe Me, and understand that I am He. No God was made before Me, and there will be none after Me.  

 I, even I, am the Lord. There is no one who saves except Me.  

 I have spoken and saved and have made things known, and there was no strange god among you. You can speak for Me,” says the Lord, “and I am God.  

I am God and always will be. No one is able to take anything out of My hand. 

I do something, and who can change it?”

God’s Loving-Kindness—Israel Not Faithful

The Lord Who bought you and sets you free, the Holy One of Israel, says, “Because of you I have sent to Babylon, and will bring down all their leaders, even the Babylonians, into the ships in which they find joy.  

I am the Lord, your Holy One, the Maker of Israel, your King.”  

This is what the Lord says, Who makes a way through the sea and a path through the powerful waters, Who brings out the war-wagon and the horse, the army and the strong man, (They will lie down together and will not rise again. They are destroyed, put out like the fire of a little light):  

“Do not remember the things that have happened before. Do not think about the things of the past.  

See, I will do a new thing. It will begin happening now. 

Will you not know about it? I will even make a road in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert.  The wild animals will honor Me, the wild dogs and the ostriches. 

For I give waters in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert, to give drink to My chosen people.  The people whom I made for Myself will make known My praise.

“Yet you have not called on Me, O Jacob! You have become tired of Me, O Israel! You have not brought the sheep of your burnt gifts to Me in worship. 

You have not honored Me with your gifts on the altar. 

I have not made you bring gifts or special perfume to Me.  

You have not bought Me any sweet smelling plants with money. 

And you have not given Me the fat of your gifts on the altar. Instead you have put the weight of your sins upon Me. You have made Me tired with your wrong-doing.

“I, even I, am the One Who takes away your sins because of Who I am. And I will not remember your sins.  Make Me remember, and let us talk together.  

Make your cause known, that you may be shown not to be guilty.  

Your first father sinned, and those who have spoken for you have sinned against Me.  So I will make unclean the leaders of the holy place. I will give Jacob over to be destroyed, and Israel to sharp words of shame.


The above scripture it written in Isaiah 43

If we turn our hearts to God and pray, then we are in allignment and receptive to his guidance and salvation. History has shown that the Israelites were impatient and had to learn very hard lessons. Is it not the same again in this generation? No one excluded. EVERYONE is accountable.

God is tthe forgive of our sins, but first we must seek forgiveness. We must repent, We must be sincere and change our heart to be sincere and choose our life options and company very carefully. 

God will turn the heart of those who are hard hearted but he will also tear down those who have done violence to his laws and distracted the people from seeking the truth and being obedient to him. 

God knows his truth and will impart this to whom he chooses in the way he chooses so that his chosen people can recognise, repent and return to the one who is the Father of all souls.  

In every truth there will also be validation.

And in every revelation, that has been given to messengers, prophets and the saints - the truth will stand up for itself and the role of these people is to remind people that there is a far higher authority ruling over all of us 'equally' and no one is exempt from the Divine Laws.

Jacob is often referred to as the Patriarch, - the Father of His family  and to discover we are descendants might have been difficultt to know so God had a plan to preserve his people God always has a back up plan to ensure people will know his truth.

 The Holy Scriptures have been written already too.

So let's learn from what has been written and I will share personal revelation and some experiences brought to my attention to know about and share with everyone openly.

Honestly you might even be surprised. I have been.

In history the Israelites have had to learn painful lessons. Again they/we are all being brought to learn painful lessons but if this is what is takes to bring people is as God intended.

Being obediant to the Lord, is what is asked from us.

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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