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Psalms 103:
1 Bless the LORD, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless his holy name.
2 Bless the LORD, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits:
3 Who forgiveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases;
4 Who redeemeth thy life from destruction; who crowneth thee with lovingkindness and tender mercies;
5 Who satisfieth thy mouth with good things; so that thy youth is renewed like the eagle’s.
6 The LORD executeth righteousness and judgment for all that are oppressed.
7 He made known his ways unto Moses, his acts unto the children of Israel.
8 The LORD is merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and plenteous in mercy.
9 He will not always chide: neither will he keep his anger for ever.
10 He hath not dealt with us after our sins; nor rewarded us according to our iniquities.
11 For as the heaven is high above the earth, so great is his mercy toward them that fear him.
12 As far as the east is from the west, so far hath he removed our transgressions from us.
13 Like as a father pitieth his children, so the LORD pitieth them that fear him.
14 For he knoweth our frame; he remembereth that we are dust.
15 As for man, his days are as grass: as a flower of the field, so he flourisheth.
16 For the wind passeth over it, and it is gone; and the place thereof shall know it no more.
17 But the mercy of the LORD is from everlasting to everlasting upon them that fear him, and his righteousness unto children’s children;
18 To such as keep his covenant, and to those that remember his commandments to do them.
19 The LORD hath prepared his throne in the heavens; and his kingdom ruleth over all.
20 Bless the LORD, ye his angels, that excel in strength, that do his commandments, hearkening unto the voice of his word.
21 Bless ye the LORD, all ye his hosts; ye ministers of his, that do his pleasure.
22 Bless the LORD, all his works in all places of his dominion: bless the LORD, O my soul.

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Christian Zionism An Imperial Theology

Jewish Choosiness does not elevate Jews over non-Jews or make them better than non-Jews but places greater responsibility on them to follow after God yet this never happens and why?
Racial ethnicity alone also  does not guarantee the benefits of the Abraham Covenant.  God’s past promises to the Jews are not relevant in the modern era because firstly  they have already been fulfilled in their entirety, and next the Jews all had rejected their God, Jesus Christ,  and now there is only one chosen people, the followers of Jesus Christ. The demonstration of this reality,  was revealed with the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD foretold by Jesus Christ in the New Testament  that the destruction of Jerusalem was God’s last word on the Jewish people.
Concerning the Holocaust,   “Those Jews who suffered and died in wrote: Hitler’s Europe perished for their rejection of Jesus Christ, as the judgment of history lies solely in the hands of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.   It was not anti-Semitism that fed the brutal dogma that expelled and killed millions of Jews as European Christianity pursued Jews around the globe from Spain and Portugal into central and southern America in the name of Christendom. The Jew was  now recognized as an Adversary, the enemy of humanity, even when he did not (personally) understand himself, as a sign of Judgment by  the Holy One of Israel. It is not anti-Semitism that drives Christian to abandon  a return to Zion of the Jewish people
Israel to date as a state is a false act of  history.  God has   forgotten his promises to the Jewish people. The Old Testament promises are now  applied to the Church  in the Last Days there will be a consummation of those promises in a way that includes not only the Church but also Israel.   Jesus Christ will reign from Jerusalem but it will not be a specifically Jewish kingdom. It will be a universal Kingdom that includes the believing remnant of Israel. Modern Israel is not ancient Israel.   Israel today is  the last Jewish community we will see.    
Christians can not support the return of Jews to Israel, We also cannot  claim to know the particular timetable or political schema that will come in the final days even .about Israel except there is no promise of a future for Israel Jesus Christ is against all Culture theological. Israel has no more right to the land than the man in the moon.  In 2013, the Scottish Presbyterian Church  issued their “scholarly report”  to assert that contemporary Israel was not the Israel of the Bible and nothing much more than a historical accident.  As such, they concluded that Israel has no unique, justifiable claim to the land.   
 Majority of  Christians have  opposed   all of the Zionist movement because they believed that the re-creation of Israel must be effected by the Messiah himself. Israel is officially a Jewish state but this refers to ethnicity, not religion. Theodor Herzl (father of modern Zionism), Chaim Weizmann (founding president of Israel), and David Ben-Gurion (founding prime minister of Israel) were secularists if not atheists Most Christians remain uninterested in human governments, elections, laws, and policies—even those of the Israeli government. Jesus is also not interested in a movement characterized by narrow ethnic identity and the power of government.  Some questions about Israel today demand  answers. Like, if God brought the Jews home, why don’t they live more godly? Why is abortion allowed? Why do we see hedonism, materialism and even blatant sexual perversions on display? Why don’t they in Israel give God more glory for their military and economic successes, rather than tout their own ingenuity and strength? And  why is freedom to share the Christian gospel still hindered? And what will it take to bring Israel to her knees?   God was never in this restoration
For two thousand years,   Replacement theology  is a theology rooted in ancient Christianity. It  affirms that Christianity has replaced Judaism and Israel in God’s economy. The Christian Church is considered the “New Israel” or “the Israel of God.”    Jewish claims to their biblical inheritance of the land of Israel are null and void because the land is considered now a “universal mission” available to any and all claims, and invalidates those who interpret the Bible as God’s continual embrace of Israel.  This theology denies Israel’s prominent future position in  the prophetic fulfillment of God’s plans. All of God’s prophecies were fulfilled with Jesus’ death and resurrection in the first century.   
 Christian Zionism at best, it’s considered a gross misreading of the Bible, self-indulgent theology on the part of  bad Christians.  The deeper issues are the misuse of the Bible and theology in the Zionist messaging  designed to advance an extreme political agenda.” Christian Zionist falsely equates the state of Israel with God.   Christian Zionism see the Gospel is identified with the ideology of Jewish empire, colonialism and militarism.  Christian Zionism is an example of religious extremism.  All  Zionists, Jews who believe that non-Jews have no rights in the land of Israel, the vast majority of them also believe that stealing from non-Jews is not theft.
Christian Zionism,   had always been a small stream within Christendom,. Christian Zionism is said to ignore the plight of Palestinians and has falsely  uncritically supported Israel and its politics.  Christian Zionism is   deeply racist against Palestinians.  Israel as an oppressor nation   built its state on stolen Arab land. And enforces apartheid policies..   Christian Zionism has a negative impact on Palestinian Christians because as a theology it promotes prejudice and superiority and leaves no place for the Palestinians in Israel.“The cultural Zionists” portray all ethnic cleansing as a “defensible cruelty,” Christian Zionists portrayed it as a “divine command.” Zionism is Jewish Bigotry  but still the Kingdom of God has come. Christians  must reclaim the prophetic role in bringing peace, justice and reconciliation even in Palestine and Israel.”  

Christian Zionism is a Jewish  Imperial Theology.”   Zionists and their Christian friends are partners in an imperialist, colonialist enterprise from the very inception of modern Zionism in the late 1800s. Any exclusive claim to land of the Bible in the name of God is not in line with the teaching of scripture” “”Palestinians are no less than perpetual victims of so-called Israeli imperialism and occupation.  


“It is irresponsible to believe that God will bless Christians materially if they support the largely secular State of Israel.” Christian Zionism, particularly in its political form, has far more traction in the US than in the UK In 2006 senior Palestinian Christian leaders from the Roman Catholic, Syrian Orthodox, Anglican and Evangelical Lutheran Churches issued the Jerusalem Declaration on Christian Zionism, describing it as a “false teaching that corrupts the biblical message of love, justice, and reconciliation”. It does not oppose Zionism as such, but stresses that Jews and Palestinians should be able to live together, saying: “We call upon all people to reject the narrow world view of Christian Zionism and other ideologies that privilege one people at the expense of others
Christians still do believe that God’s desire for Jews is that they become Christians, and that – not surprisingly – is a problem for Jews. All Jews need to repent and turn to Christ As a nation, Israel remains in rebellion against Jesus of Nazareth and this factor has more to do with her present struggle than they are prepared to admit!… Jesus is a Jewish Messiah and the only way of salvation for all Jews.”
Even the Christian, who had been grafted into the Jewish , Christian history by virtue of his belief  and  baptism, could take on again the protective coloration of heathen ethnicity, could betray his baptism and retreat into non-history, could become an apostate and betrayer.” 
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Jesus Christ is the God of Christianity, of all real Christians.  Jesus himself had began a New Religion Called Christianity . Jesus came to earth and began a new religion, separate from Judaism that he first introduced to the Jewish people. But the Jews have   rejected Jesus and his new religion. and anyone who wasn’t Jewish was a Christian or a Gentile. A Jewish identity meant one thing: Jews don’t believe in Jesus.  Jewish leaders, at the time of Jesus in Jerusalem,  in addition to the Jewish shouted , “Crucify Him! Crucify Him!  and thus had killed  Jesus. When Jewish People embrace Yeshua, they don’t convert to Christianity and not the real Jesus Christ. They remain Jews and do not become Christians. All, even the Jewish People do need to convert to Christianity; In John 8:58, Jesus Christ  actually declared not only His pre-existence but also took upon Himself the name of God as revealed to Moses in the burning bush: “Amen, amen I tell you, before Abraham was born, I am.” Jesus nor his disciples  lived and died as   observant Jews in Israel. 

Is the Christian movement that goes by the name “Messianic Judaism” a form of Judaism? In essence, so-called “Messianic Jewish” groups claim that they represent a “completed form of Judaism” or “completed form of Jewishness” or “Biblical Judaism.” In actuality, self-styled “Messianic Judaism” is a counterfeit form of Christianity that follows the  rabbinic Judaism. There are radical differences between Judaism and Christianity. Traditional Christianity depicts  Judaism as an incomplete religion because it does not include a sole  belief in Jesus. Judaism is not and has never been an incomplete form of Christianity. Judaism   is a different religion from that of the Christian ones that have developed over the last two thousand years; including the Christian movement that goes by the name “Messianic Judaism.” Any attempt to artificially blend the two is deceitful, demonic, erroneous.

What makes Christianity Christian is its belief in “Jesus Christ: Son of God, God incarnate.” The early Christians replaced Torah with Jesus as the access to God; soon forgiveness of sin was said to be possible only through belief in Jesus. Theological reflection on the significance of Jesus ultimately led to the doctrine of the Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  The Jewish Identity of Jesus Is Meaningless to non Jews, Gentiles, Christians. Messianic Jewish movement” have often presented a confused and contradictory theology. All present-day Christian denominations and sects are theological offshoots of the first century mostly ex gentile churches that had developed separate and distinct from first century Jewish groups . Since the first century, Christianity has been at odds with most of rabbinic interpretation. belief of the Gentile church for the  Torah is irrelevant to salvation has became the dominant doctrine in the New Testament all Christianity.  The Christian community was distinguished from Jewish Christians   by its lack of traditional Jewish practice.

Judaism and Christianity are entirely different and essentially unrelated religions.  Judaism and Christianity are entirely different and essentially unrelated religions. The two religions bear different messages and distinctive meanings, each for its own faithful. The Christian concept of God is not the Jewish concept of God; in essence, their God is not our God. One cannot replace Torah with Jesus and still have a reason for Judaism or truthfully call the new entity “a form of Judaism.” The respective adherents to Judaism and Christianity are part of distinct and separate faith communities.

Any self-defined Christian today that claims Torah observance is incumbent upon Jewish-born Christians would be considered as heretic by other Christians. Fabricating a counterfeit ritual and cultural milieu, this self-styled “Messianic Jewish movement,” creates a false  illusion of adhering to a  false form of first century Jewish Christianity as practiced by the early Jewish followers of Jesus. The ritual and cultural milieu they depict never existed.

It is impossible to preserve the cultural aspects of the Jewish people while replacing the spiritual, the theological, and the salvific grounding and reason for that culture with a non-Jewish faith system. Jewish religious life finds its theological and spiritual meaning through the life of Torah, not through the death and resurrection of Jesus. 

There is a common understanding among Jews of all denominations that Judaism, understood as the culture and religion of the Jewish people, contains all they need to achieve spiritual fulfillment, that is, salvation. Anyone who is not a real Christian still ends up in hell

One of the saddest stories in the Bible is the story of the Jews rejecting their own Messiah. After spending millennia desperately waiting and anticipating His arrival, most Jews didn’t want   Him. They rejected what he taught, now stood for. While Jesus taught a  strict form of  partial Judaism, enforcing narrow divorce laws there were a few teachings, however, that devout Jews found hard to swallow. The first was that He could forgive sins. Jews believe the forgiveness of sins is a much more involved process than one man’s word. They also believe that if sins are forgiven so easily, it will only lead to more sin. Secondly, Jesus’ teaching to love our enemies and pray for them. This is anathema to the long-suffering Jews who have been persecuted so harshly by so many. It also sounds contradictory to laws in the Old Testament, such as Deuteronomy 17:7, which says to purge evil “from your midst.” The disconnect was that it is good and appropriate for a nation to have and enforce  good laws, and to go to war for just causes but Jesus taught that our own dealings should be filled with grace and mercy.

Jews also do not accept Jesus’ teaching that He is the only way to God. With a religious system based on restitution and sincere repentance, Jews have no need of an intermediary to reach God. They reject the need  of forgiveness and salvation since they have theory own religion and they also still do not believe mankind has a sin nature, they do not believe any reasonable, attentive person can sin so much that  they cannot find forgiveness through their own effort. Their pride in their strict adherence to the law of the Old Testament blinded them to Who Jesus is. Paul says in Romans 9:30-32: What shall we say, then? That Gentiles who did not pursue righteousness have attained it, that is, a righteousness that is by faith; but that Israel who pursued a law that would lead to righteousness did not succeed in reaching that law. Why? Because they did not pursue it by faith, but as if it were based on works. They have stumbled over the stumbling stone.

There are no New Testament promises of any future blessings  for Jerusalem, or Israel but only some of them y will come to accept Jesus as their Messiah (Zechariah 12:10).

All real Christians differ in many ways  from Messianic Jews  including history, beliefs, dress, and practice.  Messianic Judaism itself  is a relatively new phenomenon. Jews falsely still do believe that an anti-Semitic view of the Messiah’s life and death is a main theology in Christian Europe for thousands of years. …  yet the New Testament teaches that there is no distinction between Jews and Gentiles:  26 For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. 27 For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. 28 There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. (Galatians 3:26-28)

Messianic Jews Tend to Use false Jewish Symbols the Christian Does Not use. And there is not evidence that any of the early Christians they attempted to look and dress like Jewish rabbis as many male Messianic Jews do. The New Testament demonstrates the apostles did not appear to look like Jewish rabbis or Levitical priests. When, for one example, the Apostle Paul was arrested, the authorities did not recognize him as a Jew, but thought he was an Egyptian (Acts 21:37-38). Paul had to tell the military commander he was a Jew (Acts 27:39). Thus, Paul did not look like a Jewish rabbi, nor was he apparently wearing distinguishing phylacteries or tzitzits as the Messianic Jews do.  Christian males are not to have their heads covered when the pray:  4 Every man praying or prophesying, having his head covered, dishonors his head. . . 7 For a man indeed ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God; but woman is the glory of man. (1 Corinthians 11:4,7)  Many Messianic Jews do pray with their heads covered. Messianic Jews tend focus on improper aspects of outward appearances and traditions of Judaism.

Jews for Jesus are advocating Jewish conversion and assimilation to Christianity, while Messianic Jews are advocating a new sect of Judaism built around a false Jesus, Torah observant lifestyles, and preservation of Jewish identity. Jews for Jesus is a repudiation of Judaism and a Christian missionary organization with the end goal of getting Jews converted and into the Christian church.  The beliefs of Jews for Jesus and Messianic Jews produce two vastly different worldviews, sharing perhaps only the Messianic claims of Jesus. The adherents to each live different lives, eat different foods, worship differently and with different congregations, and pass on different values to their children. Messianic Jews are Jewish people who do not follow Jesus as they  generally observe  the Torah and see their identities within Israel, rather than as Christians..



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