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  1. 1. ==== ====The Truth About The Last Days, Antichrist, The Rapture, More.http://www.teachingfaith.com/content.cfm?id=304==== ====Have readers not wondered at the correct timing for last days, for the end of all things, orParousia? The New Testament is replete with warnings and admonishions concerning animminent close to the Messianic Kingdom, the last of Ten Ages, and a time for punishment of theunfaithful. And for 2000 years, the superstitious and unscrupulous have endeavored to frightenothers with the same eminent and dire predictions. Of course, those charlatans and the onesbelieving their unbelievable rhetoric, die each year and without any validation of predictions. Ofcourse, their prediction can not happen.In II Timothy 3:1, "This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come." (The tone doesnot necessarily indicate futurity, but be aware, obligation and inevitable) This text mightmislead some into thinking Paul is talking about a future time; but II Timothy 1:10 (same missive,earlier chapter) negates this notion.The time is A.D. 68; and in the II Timothy instant, Paul speaks with an aorist intonation and thirty-eight years after the Acts 2:16 statement proclaiming arrival of last days. Were not versespreceding Acts 2:17 voiced in A.D. 65 and referring back to A.D. 30? And were they not anacknowledged fulfillment of last days spoken by the prophet Joel (Joel 2:28), at Acts 2:16? Theseare those days included in the Song of Moses (Deut. 32:44, c. 1400 B.C.), warning the children ofIsrael to beware destruction in the latter end (Deut. 32:29). A question arises, challengingsubsequent and modern expectations: How can we escape the children of Israel inference?Deuteronomy 32:9 limits the inheritance implication to: "Jacob (Israel) is the lot of his inheritance."How simple is the unembellished story! Ishmael, thus Islam, is expressly unmentioned in theinheritance, having been disinherited many years previously.Jacobs lineage does not include Lot, Ishmael, Esau, or any principal outside the special seed line.This seed line remained exclusive to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob (Israel). Some would insistDeuteronomy 32:21 to indicate handing over the kingdom to modernly defined Gentiles. Such isnowhere indicated in any scripture. Misinterpretation might so indicate; but if handing over thekingdom to Gentiles is/was the grand scheme -- would the provision absolving Gentiles fromreceiving judgment with modernly perceived Jews not be an impossibility (notwithstandingmodernist Jews to be a misnomer)-and though judgment be already accomplished? No otherbiblical judgment is prophesied! But to be sure, the biblical Gentiles (exogamous tribal mixed-breeds) are none other than Israel house constituents from Galilee, Samaria, and migrated areas.Careful exegesis posits the sole participants to be tribal members and unchallengeable in scripturewitness. Additionally, consistency in symbols discloses Ten Ages, or Ten Kingdoms to be themeasure of seed line time-frame.Only in the Greek mistranslation is Messiah (Christos) perceived to bring restoration to traditionsmistaken Gentiles, in other than exogamous distinction; in truth, all Gentile reference is to
  2. 2. consanguineous tribesmen! Yet, the reference is mistakenly considered applicable to generichumankind! Such assigns are not linguistically correct! In Bible vernacular, only Messianicfollowers (tribesmen) could claim this distinction! Scripture denies the promise to any buttribesmen and exogamous produce (gentiles).As the redoubtable Bertrand Russell, atheist, proposed: "It is undesirable to believe a propositionwhen there is no grounds whatsoever for supposing it true." While not popular with mainstreamdevotees, Russell speaks a truth about the tenets unjustifiably accepted by religionists.Outstandingly egregious, the modern Gentile definition is an invention; biblical gentile derivesfrom a transliterated word having roots in exogamy, marriage or progeny produced by tribes-people and other than twelve-tribe bloodlines. Thus, many half-breeds, or less than half-breedswere still counted as seed line and also promised Abrahams endowment - but none without Israeltribal blood were included. This observation is not worthy of debate, for in no instance can we findother than Jacobean progeny included as principals in the last days expedient. None!In Genesis 17:20-:21, Abrahams God said, concerning Ishmael, "... I will make him a great nation.But my covenant will I establish with Isaac, which Sarah shall bear unto thee at this set time in thenext year." Thus the beneficent covenant was continued with Isaac. Therefore, Islam, as definedby the Quran, lies outside the God Covenant and God-promise benefit extended to the 12 tribes.We gain import from Galations 4:30, "... the son of the bondwoman (Ishmael, bw) shall not be heirwith the son of the freewoman (Isaac, bw). And in Galations 4:28, "Now we, brethren, as Isaacwas, are the children of promise,." We belabor the point only to establish intent beyond anyreasonable doubt.Many claims are made to capture the minds and resources of unsuspecting victims. Thoseinduced into this grand scheme should beware what they hear, what they are led to believe, andwhat they would impress on others. The Bible must rest on its own legal-historicism, set inconcrete as it were; for, its intent cannot be changed with any degree of credibility; therefore, anydeviation from the age-old historical record must weaken modern religions very essence andtherefore its authenticity.Advanced studies are available to clarify intent and to expound on traditions long-heldmisconceptions.Ben Winter, particles physicist, Bible scholar, and author of "THE GREAT DECEPTION: SymbolsAnd Numbers Clarified," reveals there is something new under the sun -- that is, for modern Biblestudents. He addresses correctness of language and true intent of the major Bible topics: solvesBible mysteries, defines Gog and Magog, reveals Daniel He-goats surprising identity, and daresto number the all important Ten Ages. Sign up for FREE book critiques athttp://www.Winterbriar.com and view more articles in blog format at blog.thegreatdeception.net.Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Bennie_N_Winter
  3. 3. ==== ====The Truth About The Last Days, Antichrist, The Rapture, More.http://www.teachingfaith.com/content.cfm?id=304==== ====

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