The Jewish Messianic Reign

Although some Jews look for an individual War Lord who will help place Jewry on the throne of the World, the actual view of Judaism is that the Jewish people themselves comprise the Messiah, and their right is to be collectively the "Messianic" reign (actually foretold for Christ, not the Jews, in the Bible). The tribulation foretold to precede the reign of Christ, in which Satanism strives to subdue the world, is scoffed at by the Talmud and called "fictitious." Babylonian power will not fall, they say.

Babylon will be immune from suffering, according to Talmudism, despite the Biblical prophecies to the contrary: "We have a tradition that Babel (Babylon) will not witness the sufferings that will precede the coming of the Messiah." After "sufferings" in the foregoing is the note that the sufferings "frequent in modern Christian books is fictitious ..." (Talmud, Kethuboth Ilia - Exhibit 147)

Any tribulation will be but the throes of "mother Zion" which is in labor to bring forth "the messiah — without metaphor, the Jewish people." (Kethuboth IIIa, same Exhibit) In other words to call the Jewish people the Messiah is no metaphor, they are literally just that; they are the Messiah, says the Talmud.

A Talmud passage in Sanhedrin 98b (Exhibit 100) records exulting words of the Pharisee rabbis: "The Jews are destined to eat their fill in the days of Messiah." A footnote (same Exhibit) states that "the Israelites, having fallen, were replaced in power by the Gentiles — but on their recovery, it will be difficult to remove the Gentiles from their position without inflicting much suffering." And (same Exhibit):

The years of plenty which the Messiah will usher in will be enjoyed by the Israelites.

Bear in mind, always, that the pagan Babylonian Talmudists have stolen the Biblical names for the followers of the Holy One of Israel (Christ), who believe in Him and in the Israel prophets who foretold Him. Biblically, as noted elsewhere herein, the genealogically nondescript, self-styled "Jews" are actually "Gentiles," and Christians are, spirtually, "Israel."

The congregation of Israel was never a racial entity, any more than Catholicism or Protestantism. The Bible testifies to that. All blessings promised Christians are attempted to be stolen by the Talmudists. However, those who love and try to follow the "Holy One of Israel," Christ, are the true congregation of Israel," into which anyone of right spirit may enter. (Isa. 56:1-7; Gal. 3:28-9, etc.)

Many sincere Christians, ignorant of the facts, believe present-day Jews to be "people of the Book" returning as "chosen of God" to their Israel homeland. This is totally false. In fact, the whole theory that God's Chosen People return to Palestine before the reign of the Messiah is unsupported by a line in the New Testament, which foretells only that the Anti-Christ forces will be centered in and defeated in Palestine before His Coming. They are there now.

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