Counting Rockets: A Few Thoughts on the War in Israel

After all the “I Stand With Israel” memes I encountered during my morning scroll, I decided to pop my head up from working on the Pentecostalism piece to share some quick thoughts on the current events in Israel.

To create the popular Dispensational / Futurist eschatology (that “end-times” teaching nearly everyone follows because it’s all we ever heard in church), an imaginary gap between the 69th and 70th year (of weeks) known as the “church age” was added to the 70 weeks of Daniel chapter 9 because the Jews did not “come in” and accept Jesus as savior. We’ve been taught that the countdown continued again when “the fig tree gave its sign,” (Matt 24:32–35), which Dispensationalists interpret as the State of Israel being restored, setting off a timeline of a biblical generation of 40 years (taken from Jesus’ words “this generation shall not pass away” (Matt 24:34) before His triumphant return). Before (or in the midst of which, depending on your slant on the narrative) the start of a “7 year tribulation,” the church will be “raptured” so that God can finish His work with Israel. Podcaster Jim Duke posted this today:

“Israel became a revised nation in 1948. A generation was always considered 40 years, which would lead to 1988. Books came out stating 88 reasons why the tribulation MUST occur by 1988. When this passed without incident. scholars scrambled to begin spinning it to redefine a generation to mean 70 years. 2018 came and passed. Now scholars don’t mention the “generation” clause (or again redefine it) and say that is not even necessary to have this fulfillment, even though it was a major part of the fabricated narrative. But instead many indoctrinated with this interpretation leave many clues out, while insisting on the ones that they claim obviously must occur. Notice that to chase an eschatological “system” one must keep plugging in formulas (entering or dismissing verses), and reinterpret meaning to make it fit. They force it to work. But it doesn’t. many of the clauses have been dismissed. Now we await for the final chapter, despite this Political Zionist State.

Note: the Protestants led a Reformation that put their mark on papacy and Jewish leaders as antichrist. The Jesuits who guarded Papacy led a counter-reformation to persecute Protestants and take the emphasis off their Pope. Francisco Ribera entered a doctrine in the 16th century to explain a futurist prophecy yet to come. Manuel Lacunza restated the doctrine, in which a teacher Edward Irving entertained. He was admired by John Darby who furthered the doctrine for the futurist narrative in 1830. In the late 19th century a lawyer who was released from prison for embezzlement and infidelity was employed by the Zionist council and the Round Table group to emphasize a doctrine that would satisfy the claim for a Zionist State of Israel. He came on as a self-declared scholar and was trusted (by financial support of the Round Table, namely the Rothschilds, Balfour, Milner) to introduce footnotes to influence the doctrine in seminaries. It caught on and became an essential narrative for the church in the 20th century giving yielding for the necessity of Zionist Israel and explaining in supposed biblical terms a case by stringing verses together to make a straw man (the latter statement is my own opinion).” – Jim Duke

“Those who base timelines around a particular nation being established (or attacked) by the Rothschild’s well-oiled machine have some seriously misplaced beliefs. Unfortunately, in my study of Revelation, it seems that instead of understanding the book to be the UNVEILING of Jesus Christ and His Kingdom, they have turned it into a book of myths, fear, and mysticism.” – Chris Daniel (Researcher/Friend)

The following is from my video Counterfeit Kingdom:

The book of Revelation is of particular importance to the elite. Citing French occult author and ceremonial magician Eliphas Levi, renowned Freemason Manly P. Hall, listed it among the greatest books of Qabbala:

“According to Eliphas Levi, the three greatest books of Qabbalism are the Sepher Yetzirah, [aka] The Book of Formation [earliest book of Jewish Mysticism]; the Sepher ha Zohar, [aka] The Book of Splendor [the classic text of esoteric Jewish mysticism]; and the Apocalypse, The Book of Revelation. ” – Manly P. Hall, The Secret Teachings of All Ages

Capitalizing on the difficult symbolism in the book of Revelation, satan has used Rabbis and occultists to craftily turn it into a deceptive teaching that convolutes the Gospel and garners worship for himself.

I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High.’ (Isa 14:14)

Instead of the hope that the Revelation of Jesus Christ is intended to offer, these self-appointed “architects of the universe,” have woven a coming earthly “Millennial Reign” of Christ into it that brings a carnal focus, turning world events into a check-list on a physical timeline.” – Yvonne Nachtigal, Counterfeit Kingdom

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“It’s apparent to me that the wards of this earth are keenly aware of the influence of the book of revelation and hence why it remains such a tool of manipulation and control of the elite, [especially through the media manufacturing events to make them look like Bible prophecy unfolding].” – Chris Daniel (Researcher/Friend)

What’s happening is tragic. But in case it is not abundantly clear from the content on this site, I do not support Israel, Russia or U-Crane. Of course I don’t support Biden, but I do not support TRUMP or DeSantos or Elon Musk… or fill-in-the-blank with any of the modern day Barrabas’s they prop up. As my friend Chris wrote this morning,

“They all worship the beast and receive power from him. They are ALL LIARS. ALL OF THEM.”

Jesus answered, “My kingdom is not of this world. If my kingdom were of this world, my servants would have been fighting, that I might not be delivered over to the Jews. But my kingdom is not from the world.” (Jn 18:36)

So, instead of counting rockets,

Wherefore the rather, brethren, give diligence to make your calling and election sure: for if ye do these things, ye shall never fall: (2 Pet 1:10)

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