by J. L. Robb
One reason: It had to happen. This may seem like a simplistic answer to a complicated question, but not really. It is similar to the question asked for the last 2,000 years as to why the Jews “killed” Jesus. If they had not, Jesus would not have been the Messiah. It was written that a messiah would be revealed to the Jewish people, but he would be rejected and killed by those he came to save.
“Jerusalem, Jerusalem, you who kill the prophets and stone those sent to you, how often I have longed to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, and you were not willing.” Matthew 23:37 NIV
According to biblical scholars, the ancient Jewish prophet Ezekiel spoke to the Jews of his day and wrote the Book of Ezekiel about 2,600 years ago. Israel had been conquered and Jerusalem sacked, because the country continued to defy God. The prophets would warn the people, but they hardly ever listened and often killed the prophets. It was their history since rescue from Egypt. God is speaking to Ezekiel:
“…and say to them, ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: I will take the Israelites out of the nations where they have gone. I will gather them from all around and bring them back into their own land. I will make them one nation in the land, on the mountains of Israel. There will be one king over all of them and they will never again be two nations or be divided into two kingdoms. They will no longer defile themselves with their idols and vile images or with any of their offenses, for I will save them from all their sinful backsliding, and I will cleanse them. They will be my people, and I will be their God.’” Ezekiel 37:21-23 NIV
In an unprecedented move last week the United States government betrayed Israel at the United Nations for the first time… ever. The President’s legacy continues to grow, devastatingly…
Source: The Omega Letter