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Blessing the Tribes of Israel

From Eliyahu

Consider this:


Do you like cake? Me too. Do you like it enough to eat it, even if it is half-baked? I have to admit, I have been known to salvage what I could from such a failure and then eat that anyway. No, its not as good as intended, but still seems like a shame to totally throw away.


What about half-baked eschatology? Well, I for one am a lot more careful about eschatology than I am about cake. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary Eschatology is "a branch of theology concerned with the final events in the history of the world or of humankind." What that definition fails to mention is that eschatology is all about understanding and interpreting Bible prophecy of Last Days events.


This is serious, because nearly everyone who undertakes a serious study of Bible prophecy comes to the same conclusion: we are living in the Last Days of this Age right now. As this Age advances toward its final end, a wide range of troubles and disasters will continue to shake the very foundations of human society. This shaking is resulting, and will result, in the deaths of billions of people, and in the separation of humankind into only two camps. In the end, every person will have been shaken into the camp of the wicked (the broad road to destruction) or into the camp of the righteous (the narrow road into life). I want to be included in the camp of the righteous to inherit eternal life, how about you?


If you've followed this up to this point then you now know the reason why YHWH included so much Last Days prophecy in the Scriptures. It is there for the righteous, like a road map showing them the way through the foretold troubles and disasters, to fulfill the Divine Will in the Last Days. However, the picture it lays out is deliberately complex so as to inform the righteous while weeding out the wicked. To understand prophecy one must actually know the mind of God, conforming their life to His Will, through actually following His Son. This is the only course of true wisdom. As YHWH said to Daniel the prophet about these days:

He said, "Go your way, Daniel; for the words are shut up and sealed until the time of the end. Many shall purify themselves, and make themselves white, and be refined; but the wicked shall do wickedly; and none of the wicked shall understand; but those who are wise shall understand." Daniel 12:9-10

This is why half-baked eschatology abounds. These are theological teachings about Bible prophecy that are only partly right, or even completely wrong. You should expect half-baked eschatology to be the majority viewpoint, the broad road. Why? Because, frankly, the majority of Bible teachers are just regurgitating the opinions of someone else, even if from a seminary or famed evangelist or preacher. The over-riding motive is to attract warm bodies to a given movement, church, ministry or organization. Friends, the people who are drawn by the deceptive speech born of such a fleshly motive are not "the wise." They are at best, the misled. 


Let me give you an example of half-baked eschatology. Anyone who has read through the Bible only one time knows that Israel is central to God's Plan. Such people see that the Jews have returned to the Land and established a modern Jewish state named "Israel." Surely, this is a sign that we are in the Last Days. I agree with that - as far as it goes. Here is a random statement from the internet that is typical of how this is often explained: 

The return of Jews to the land promised by God is a modern miracle. It also set the End Times clock in motion. The Lord promised the land to Abraham and his descendants forever. Every Christian knows this. Less well known is the sheer number of prophecies in the Old Testament which foretold a vast dispersal of the Jews following the loss of their homeland—that, and the subsequent work of the Lord which would restore them. Always, this restoration was couched in terms of “the latter days.” Jesus proclaimed the same things.

How is this "half-baked"? Part of this is right.  'the Old Testament foretold a vast dispersal of the Jews following the loss of their homeland' - in other words the dispersal of the Jews was the problem. What's the solution? We are told;  'The return of Jews to the land promised by God is a modern miracle. It also set the End Times clock in motion.' Here, the Jews and Israel are considered one and the same. With the return of the Jews to the Land, the problem of the dispersal of Israel is solved - leaving the impression the prophecy is fulfilled. While there is some truth here, it is also only half-baked.


First of all, the "Jews" do not equate with all of Biblical Israel that the prophecies are talking about. "Jews" is a word indicating the Tribe of Judah, which later became the Kingdom of Judah, with Benjamin and Levi also included. All the other tribes broke away from the Kingdom of Judah to form a kingdom of their own - the Kingdom of Israel (also called the Kingdom of Ephraim). Because that Kingdom of Israel abandoned the Covenant and worshipped other gods, YHWH caused them to be deported from the Land to Assyria. From there they were dispersed throughout the earth to be assimilated into all the Gentile nations, where they still remain. The Jews were not part of that, and remained in the Land. While the Jews were also deported for a time by Babylon, they returned to the Land, a core of which continued on as a distinct people to this day.


At this point the Jews have been returned to the Land, fulfilling Bible prophecy. This much is true. However, the other tribes of Israel remain scattered among the nations. A return for them is also foretold:

"Say to them, Thus says the Lord YHWH: Behold, I will take the children of Israel from among the nations, where they are gone, and will gather them on every side, and bring them into their own land" Ezekiel 37:21

This ingredient is left out of the Christian eschatological cake; leaving it half-baked. The Kingdom of Israel tribes have NOT been returned to the Land yet, which means the PROBLEM HAS NOT BEEN SOLVED. [More here: https://tsiyon.org/the-remnant-of-israel/]


The nation of Biblical Israel is ordered into individual tribes. There are individual prophecies and promises for each tribe. These cannot be ignored to conform to half-baked eschatology. Each of these tribes need to be taken into account! If you are one of the 'wise' you will surely see that.


When you consider the Blessing of Moses on each tribe it becomes obvious that each has a tribal destiny that proceeds from the heart of YHWH, as part of the larger nation of Israel. We will be looking at each of the northern tribes and the blessing given them through Moses at our Tsiyon meeting tonight.


As always, our Tsiyon meeting tonight will be at Tsiyon.Net at 8 PM, CST. The topic will be: Moses Blessed the Tribes of Israel Before his Death - The Northern Tribes.
A remnant of these tribes WILL return in these Last Days. That will happen much sooner than virtually anyone expects.


Blessings and good health to you,




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