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This book succinctly covers the complete history of Israel, with
time spent more specifically on events during modern times — from
the WWII Holocaust to those of the present day and time.
The book then continues from this point, calling attention to that
which Scripture has to say about the future for Israel and the
nations, not only in the Middle East but worldwide.
God, in time past, because of the Jewish people’s continued
disobedience, extending over centuries of time, uprooted His people
from their land and drove them out among the nations to effect
repentance through persecution at the hands of the Gentiles.
And, out among the nations, the Jewish people possessed/possess a
promise concerning restoration (seen numerous places in
Scripture): WHEN repentance is forthcoming, God will hear
from heaven and act in complete accord with His promise, restoring a
healed people to a healed land (cf. Ex. 1:8; 2:23-25;
3:1ff; Lev. 26:14-42; II Chron. 6:24-27; 7:12-14).
repentance is forthcoming, God will NOT act in this respect.
God, relative to restoring a healed people to a healed land, will
act ONLY AFTER His purpose for uprooting them from their land and
driving them out among the nations has been realized. God’s Word is
crystal clear on this matter.
the “Jewish people,” during modern times, have returned to their
land in unbelief, prior to repentance, prior to their conversion,
and while the house still lies “desolate” (Ex. 12:1ff; Dan.
9:24-27; Matt. 23:37-39). They have re-entered a house which Christ
left “empty, swept, and garnished” (Matt. 12:43-45).
In this respect, WHY has God allowed an unrepentant and
unconverted Israeli nation to re-enter a house which His Son left
“desolate,” left “empty, swept, and garnished”?
And WHAT are the ramifications of the Jewish people
re-entering this house, re-entering their land, under existing
The preceding is what this book is about — not what man may think,
but what Scripture has to say.