Land of Inheritance: Got Boundaries?

Scripture References: Jeremiah 3:18; Genesis 15:18; Daniel 7:26,27; Isaiah 42:6; Galatians 3:28-29; Isaiah 60:1-5; Romans 11:17; Joshua 6:1-20; Revelation Chapters 8-10

We know the benefits bestowed upon the children of Israel are wonderful. Particularly, Yahweh used the tribe of Judah along with the Levites as the keepers, publishers, and interpreters of His law to the rest of the tribes and the entire earth. The enlightenment derived from Yahweh’s law was supposed to be used to light the path of the Gentiles too (Isaiah 42:6).

Yahweh used Abraham’s seed to help establish His kingdom on earth and gave them a land inheritance. Unequivocally, the land from the Nile river to the Euphrates river belong to descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Israel (Genesis 15:18). Notice that this inheritance has boundaries.

Blessings of the Engrafted Ones

Because of the obedience of the early church disciples and apostles, former Gentiles were introduced to the saving knowledge of Yahushua. This was Yahweh’s plan from the very beginning. As noted in Romans 11:17, these wild olive branches were engrafted into the vine representing Yahushua (King of Israel). Paul cemented the fact that we are all one in Messiah Galatians 3:28,29.

The engrafted ones may be adopted but may not come empty handed to the wedding supper of the Lamb. Through the obedience of the early church towards Yahweh’s will to feed the former Gentiles the spiritual food of His law and His Word, all the abundance and wealth of the Gentiles come into the house of Israel through the tribe of Judah. Daniel 7:27 states, “…that the kingdom; the dominion; and the greatness of the kingdom under the whole heaven shall be given to the people of the saints of the Most High.” This promise couldn’t be fulfilled through the natural seed of Israel alone; their inheritance was bound by the rivers of the Nile (Egypt) and Euphrates (Babylon).

Jeremiah 3:18 states,”… Israel and Judah shall come out of the land of the north and inherit the land given unto their fathers.” Since the engrafted ones are included with Judah, the land possessed should include the inheritance of Adam; the kingdom under the entire heaven should be included. It may be that Yahweh will use the engrafted, cleansed former Gentiles to fulfill the prophecy found in Daniel 7:27. Aren’t you glad Yahweh operates without boundaries?

Promised Land: Old and New Covenants

Remember how Joshua (similar name to the Master Yahushua) led the people to possess the land promised to Abraham?  The first major city to be conquered was the mightily fortified Jericho.  Supernaturally, the Israelites were able to cross the Jordan in the sight of all the inhabitants of the land.  Joshua was given instructions to have the Israelites encompass the city once a day for seven days; the shofar/trumpet would be blown each time the group would march around the city.  On the seventh day, the children of Israel were told to march around the city seven times instead of once.  The children of Israel were told to be quiet until the rotations were ended and then to shout; the result was that the walls of Jericho came tumbling down. (Joshua 6:1-20)

Since Yahushua commanded His disciples to go into the entire world and preach the gospel to everyone, His kingdom is at least global.  The account of Joshua leading the people into the Promised Land is simply a type and shadow of what Yahushua will do upon His return.  If we look at the Apostle John’s account of the seven trumpets and seven thunders (Revelation Chapters 8-10), we may see the parallels between the end times and entering into the Promised Land.  The seven trumpets relate to the seven rotations around Jericho.  At the end of the seven trumpets, the seven thunders are uttered.   The seven thunders relate to the seven times the Israelites encircled Jericho the very last time and to the shout that they gave to cause the walls to come tumbling down. I believe it indicates the end of this present age.  Just as Joshua told the people to not say a word until he told them to shout (Joshua 6:10), Yahushua also told the Apostle John to seal up the words that the seven thunders uttered and write them not (Revelation 10:4). And “no” I do not know what the seven thunders uttered, but whatever they said doesn’t bode well for the wicked (those who continue in their sins and refuse to repent).

Audio Video Records What Sounds like Shofar/Trumpet Blasts

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8YDnE6fK6tQ#!

Mainstream media–Strange Noises Heard In North Battleford, Canada—-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiTE43-Izi0&feature=related

These videos should be a shot of spiritual coffee to wake up the sleepiest Christian! Mainstream media doesn’t deny the occurrence of this phenomenon; one scientist has stated that it is a natural event caused by the northern lights. The one question that will be asked is why haven’t we heard these sounds before if they are related to the northern lights?

The man narrating the first video points out that the noises sound like shofar/trumpet blasts!! The sounds are being heard around the world; just do a Google search and see how many people have reportedly heard the sounds. I don’t know if it is the sound of Yahushua’s trumpet or not, but we are very close to His return.   These sounds may be a part of the “strong delusion” to technologically stage the return of a false Messiah; I don’t know.  However, it is still time to wake up, repent of every sin, and trim your lamps; the REAL bridegroom cometh!!!

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