To my fellow travelers  on the path to Jerusalem.  It  amazes me how you have been blinded by the church for all of your life. Today’s lesson is the Palestine Covenant located in the heart of Zion. What you see below is the Word of the Lord to the children of Israel and the elect, the Gentiles. The Arabs do not control the land. It is given to the Jewish people by proclamation.

 The Palestinian Covenant is recorded in Deuteronomy 29:1–29 and Deuteronomy 30:1–10 and was made between God and Israel right before Moses died and Israel entered the Promised Land. The Bible never uses the term “Palestinian Covenant,” and Moses certainly never would have called the land “Palestine,” but the term has become common usage. This covenant is also called the Land Covenant because many of the promises relate to Israel’s possession of the land. God made this covenant with Israel after the Mosaic Covenant and after Israel had wandered in the wilderness for forty years. God made this covenant with Israel while they were in Moab waiting to go into the Promised Land, and the covenant would serve this new generation of Israelites as a reminder of their special covenant relationship with God.

If you complain that the Philistines were their first or that Islam claimed the Land. Look at the history in the time of the ancients.

So Jerusalem has been inhabited for over 5000 thousand years and the Philistines decided they want the land. Something is a mismatch here. Either the Bible is wrong or the writings of Muhammad is correct. Or Muhammad is wrong and the Bible is correct.

Ishmael is the lineage of Haggai the slave. The Lord said that he would inherit great wealth. In the end Ishmael the lineage of Hagar would be destroyed. Issac the son of Sarah, the lineage of Christ, who would live for eternity.  You either believe in Christ or you believe an impostor.

This is not rocket science it is just a matter of interpretation.  Always seek the Council of your Elders.

Yahweh loves you and wants you to come home to Zion.  To be grafted into the Tree of Judea.

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