Israel Moments 21-30
By Pastor Steven L Anderson
Israel Moment #21 Unbelieving Jews Are Under God’s Wrath
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Today I want to talk about John 3:36. The Bible reads “He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life, and he that believeth not the Son shall not see life, but the WRATH of God abideth on him.” Now a lot of people today teach that the “Jews” are under God’s blessing. Even if they don’t believe in Jesus Christ! Even though they REJECT the Son, they reject the Lord Jesus Christ. They say “Hey, they’re still under the blessing of God, just because they’re physical descendants of Israel. And the nation of Israel is under God’s blessing and Gods going to bless those that bless them and curse those that curse them.”
But what you have to understand about John 3:36 is that this was spoken to Jews. This is John the Baptist speaking unto Jews saying “He that believeth not the SON, shall not see life, but the WRATH of God abideth on him.” That means that every unbelieving Jew today has God’s WRATH abiding on them, not His blessing. 1st Thessalonians 2 further confirms this doctrine. It says in verse 14, “For ye brethren became followers of the churches of God which in Judaea are in Christ Jesus, for ye also have suffered like things of your own countrymen, even as they have of the JEWS, who both killed the Lord Jesus and their own prophets and have persecuted us, and they please not God and are contrary to all men, forbidding us to speak to the gentiles that they might be saved, to fill up their sins always, for THE WRATH is come upon them to the uttermost.”
So according to 1st Thessalonians 2, God’s WRATH is come upon the Jews to the uttermost. Why? Because they killed Jesus, Because they killed the prophets, because they please not God. And so according to John 3:36, the Jews are under God’s wrath today for rejecting Christ. 1st Thessalonians 2 teaches the same thing. So to say “Oh, the Jews are under a blessing from God, because of their nationality” is to contradict CLEAR SCRIPTURE. John the Baptist said “Think not to say within yourselves we have Abraham to our father.” Don’t rely on the fact that you’re a physical child of Abraham. You are under God’s wrath if you don’t believe in Jesus Christ, you are NOT under His blessing, and it does not matter whether you’re Jew or Gentile, that verse applies to you.
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Main Scripture/s John 3:36, 1 Thessalonians 2:14
Israel Moment #22 The Jews Killed Jesus
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Today I want to talk a little more about 1st Thessalonians chapater 2, verse 14, where the Bible reads "For ye brethren became followers of the churches of God, which in Judaea are in Christ Jesus, for ye also have suffered like things of your own countrymen, even as they have of the Jews, who both killed the Lord Jesus, and their own prophets, and have persecuted us, and they please not God, and are contrary to all men." So according to this scripture, the Jews killed Jesus. A lot of people will try to say "No, no, no, it was the ROMANS who killed Jesus". Well, the Bible says that it was the Jews who killed Jesus in 1st Thessalonaians 2.
And alot of people will get angry at you for just stating that simple fact, and they will say that you're an anti- semite, and that you hate Jews, and that you, you know, are a neo-nazi or some crazy thing like that. Just for saying that the Jews killed Jesus. Now, I am not saying that TODAY'S Jews killed Jesus because obviously they weren't around back then, this was 2000 years ago. But back when this happened, the Jews are definitely the ones who killed Jesus. Now I have heard some people who try to say that the Romans did it, but then other people said "Well, you can't really say that the Jews killed Jesus because it was just a few rulers. It was just the chief priests and the rulers that crucified him, you can't blame the nation or the people themselves." Well, listen to what Acts chapter 3 says, beginning in verse 14 it says "But ye denied the Holy One"- talking about Jesus- "and the just, and desired a murderer to be granted unto you. And KILLED the prince of life." So he says to them, "YOU KILLED the prince of life". "Whom God hath raised from the dead, whereof we are witnesses. And His name, through faith in His name has made this man strong whom ye see and know. Yea, the faith which is by him hath given him this perfect soundness in the presence of you all. And now brethren, I wot that through ignorance ye did it, as did also your rulers."
So if we look at this verse, it's clear that it was NOT just the rulers who did it. He said "YOU DID IT", talking to the Jews in general, "as did also your rulers". If you read the context of Acts chapter 3, he was speaking to a group of MANY THOUSANDS of Jews, and he says "You killed Jesus, you did it through ignorance, as did also your rulers", and he is giving them the chance to repent, to basically change their mind. You know, they had rejected Christ in the past. They're being given another chance to now believe on Jesus Christ, and not continue in their unbelief and rejection of the Lord. So, this is not something hateful of Jews, or to say that Jews cannot be saved, because alot of the people in Acts chapter 3 did get saved. But it is a fact that the Jews are the ones that killed Jesus. And in fact, in the Talmud, the "Holy Book" of Judaism... They take credit for killing Jesus! They don't even mention that the Romans did it. They talk about themselves killing Jesus. So to sit there and say that you're an anti-Semite because you say that the Jews killed Jesus... You know, that's just a cop-out, just, whenever you can't handle Biblical truth, you just play the race card, and say it's about race. It's not about race!
Judaism is a religion, not a race. And so the, you know, countries like Canada and Germany have laws that you can't even say from the pulpit that the Jews killed Jesus, you can't even read these verses publicly without breaking the law. You know that's ridiculous, and I'm never going to stop preaching what the Bible says in these scriptures because, you know, we're to preach the whole world. And I'm not going to let somebody intimidate me from saying what the Bible says about the crucifixion of Jesus that it was carried out by the Jews, and that
they're the ones who are blamed all throughout the book of Acts, just because it's not popular, "it's going to get me labelled an anti-Semite." I'm not an anti-Semite. I've said it over and over again that God has made all nations of the earth of one blood. So I don't think that there is any difference between the Jew and the Gentile. But, the Jews killed Jesus.
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Main Scripture/s 1st Thessalonians 2:14, Acts 3:14
Israel Moment #23 Dark Forces Behind Israel Becoming a Nation
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. And today I want to talk to you about Hebrews 3:17 through 19. The Bible reads "But with whom was he grieved 40 years? Was it not with them that had sinned, whose carcasses fell in the wilderness? And to whom sware He that they should not enter into His rest, but to them that believed not?" So we see that they could not enter in because of unbelief. Now. This is talking about that generation that came out of Egypt with Moses that wandered in the wilderness for forty years, because they could not enter into the promised land. And why could they not enter into the promised land? Because of unbelief.
Now after they died in the wilderness, their children, the next generation, they believed the Lord. And so they were allowed to enter into the Promised Land. Now why is that important? Because all throughout scripture we see a pattern where the children of Israel did not believe, they couldn't enter into the land. Once they believed, then they were allowed to enter the land. Later when they turned and worshipped other Gods, they were removed from the land. THEN in their captivity, when they turned to the Lord, they came back into the land. THEN, when they rejected the Lord Jesus Christ in the first century, they were removed from the land, okay? THEN, in 1948, they all believed on Jesus and then they all came back to the land... Is that what happened? No.
What we see in 1947 and 1948, is Israel becoming a nation, the people returning to the land. But they did NOT BELIEVE on the Lord Jesus Christ, nothing changed about their belief. They were thrown out of the land for rejecting Jesus Christ. So why would God bring them back into the land, when they're STILL REJECTING Jesus Christ? Nothing's changed! And this would violate the pattern of what God has always done throughout scripture, where their right to be in that land was not just some unconditional promise that says "Hey this land is yours no matter what, it belongs to you no matter what." No, it was ALWAYS conditional upon them worshipping the Lord. And when they would not worship the Lord, they were kicked out, or they weren't allowed to enter. When they were worshipping the Lord, they were allowed to be there and prosper in that Land.
And you have to ask yourself, if the Lord is not the one who brought them back in 1947 and 1948, then who did? If it wasn't the Lord that did it... You say "oh, it's a miracle!" No, it's not a miracle my friend. It was a phenomenon, but it was not a miracle. You can look at all the events that led up to it through world war one, there was the Balfour Declaration which was a letter sent to Nathan Rothschild, you know, granting the land of Palestine to be a place for the Jews to have a homeland and so forth. You know, through the machinations of politicians and governors and the rulers of the darkness of this world, through a lot of people spending a lot of money... Like people giving a tonne of money to Harry Truman's campaign in order to get him to recognise Israel as a nation. You know, money that went through the whole process from World War One, to World War Two and afterward, it was all done through the funds of Jewish bankers and it was also done through the satanic institution known as the United Nations.
See, the United Nations is the embryonic world government that one day is going to be you know, the seed of a global government that's going to install the antichrist. So if we look at the forces that were behind Israel
becoming a nation, it was alot of wicked people. It was alot of satanic, you know, ultra wealthy Jewish bankers, it was alot of people in the United Nations and other wicked organisations like that. It wasn't of the Lord. And the proof that it wasn't of the Lord, is that they never turned to Jesus. So therefore, they're not even worshipping the Lord, so why would the Lord bring them back? It doesn't make any sense. And so to say that "God is blessing Israel by bringing them back into the land"... No, they're under God's wrath; they're not under His blessing.
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Main Scripture/s Hebrews 3:17-19
Israel Moment #24 Jews Are Spiritual Ishmael
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Today I want to talk about Galatians chapter 4, verses 22 through 26, where the Bible reads "For it is written, that Abraham had two sons, the one by a bondmaid, the other by a freewoman. But he who was of the bondwoman was born after the flesh; but he of the freewoman was by promise. Which things are an allegory: for these are the two covenants; the one from the mount Sinai, which gendereth to bondage, which is Agar. For this Agar is mount Sinai in Arabia, and answereth to Jerusalem which now is, and is in bondage with her children. But Jerusalem which is above is free, which is the mother of us all."
So according to this scripture, Abraham's two sons are an allegory. His son Ishmael represents the Old Covenant and the children of the flesh, the physical children of Abraham. Isaac on the other hand, represents the spiritual children of Abraham, the children of promise. That's why the Apostle Paul says unto the gentile believers of Galatia in verse 28, "Now, WE BRETHREN, as ISAAC was, are the children of promise." So here in Galatians 4:28, he says that we that believe on Christ are the Children of promise. The fleshly children of Abraham that DON'T believe on Jesus Christ, they are spiritual Ishmael, according to this scripture. So a lot of people will try to teach that "Oh yeah, the Jews over there, you know, they are the sons of Isaac, they're the sons of Israel, and that land belongs to them". But wait a minute; God doesn't recognise them as such. God says that they are a spiritual Ishmael.
And people will often say "Oh the Palestinians, those are all the children of Ishmael." You know who the real children of Ishmael are according to the New Testament? God looks at the Jews today that don't believe on Jesus Christ and He says "You're of Hagar! You are Ishmael!" So, when we study Galatians 4, we see that the allegory here, the symbolism of the Old Testament is that Isaac represents the saved believer, the true son of Abraham. And Ishmael represents the bastard son of Abraham, the one who is of the flesh, and the Bible says that's the unbelieving Jews today. They're the bastard sons of Abraham. They're not going to inherit with the son of the freewoman. Ishmael was cast out. He doesn't inherit. It's Isaac that inherits the kingdom, and that would be bible believing Christians, according to this passage.
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Main Scripture/s Galatians 4:22-26
Israel Moment #25 Jews Persecuting Christians
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. And today I want to continue talking about this allegory in Galatians chapter 4 of Abraham's two sons Ishmael and Isaac. And the Bible tells us that this was an allegory of the two covenants, of the two testaments. And he says that the PHYSICAL seed of Abraham are represented by Ishmael, whereas the spiritual seed of Abraham, those who believe in Jesus Christ, are the sons of Isaac. And we talked about that in the last moment. Now people who don't believe like we believe about Israel, that they're no longer God's chosen people, but that rather they have been replaced by Christians, they will often say that we "tend to spiritualise everything, instead of taking it literally". But here's the thing. The Bible in Galatians 4 here is spiritualising things, because it says right here that it's an allegory of two covenants.
So when we read the story of Ishmael and Isaac, you can sit there and interpret it all you want and say "oh yeah, Isaac represents the Jews, and Ishmael represents the Palestinians", but that's not how the Bible interprets that story. The Bible says that believers in Christ, even gentile believers in Christ are the children of Isaac, or represented by Isaac. And that the unbelieving Jews today are spiritual Ishmael. That's what Galatians 4:22 through 26 teaches. But, let's continue reading in the chapter beginning in verse 28. It says "Now we brethren as Isaac was are the children of promise." Again, talking to gentile believers in Galatia saying we're of Isaac. He says in verse 29... "But as THEN, he that was born after the flesh persecuted him that was born after the spirit, even so it is now." So it's saying just as Ishmael persecuted Isaac, it's the same way today, that the "Jews" today, he is saying, are persecuting the Christians.
Now, let's keep reading. It says in verse 29, "Nevertheless, what saith the scripture? Cast out the bondwoman and her son. For the son of the bondwoman shall not be heir with the son of the freewoman. So then brethren, we're not the children of the bondwoman, but of the free." And he just finished saying that the children of the Bondwoman are the current inhabitants of Jerusalem. It's the physical seed of Abraham that are the spiritual Ishmael. And you say "wait a minute, Jews persecuting Christians? What are you talking about?" Well, if you read the book of Acts, the "Jews" are persecuting the Christians all throughout the book of Acts. And, you know, we often think about the Romans persecuting the Christians... You're not going to find it in the book of Acts. Because when you study the book of Acts, you'll see that the Romans are constantly defending the apostle Paul against the Jews. The Jews are trying to tear him apart. The Jews are trying to kill him. And the Romans have to come and rescue him out of their hands.
When we study the book of Acts, over and over again, it's the Jews that come into a town and stir up the people against the disciples and so forth. So for Paul to say that just like back then Ishmael persecuted Isaac, that's the way it is now. The physical children of Abraham are persecuting the spiritual children of Abraham. That fits perfectly with what was going on in the book of Acts when this was written, that was exactly what was taking place; the "Jews" persecuting the Christians, all throughout the book of Acts. So it's crystal clear when you read Galatians 4 that the unbelieving Jews are spiritual Ishmael, and that we as Christians, whether we're Jew or gentile, whether you're the apostle Paul, or whether you're a gentile from Galatia, YOU ARE ISRAEL TODAY. If you're saved. The "Jews" today, are Ishmael. WE'RE the true Israel.
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Main Scripture/s Galatians 4:22-29
Israel Moment #26 The Jews Are The Racists
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Today I want to talk about Titus chapter 1, verses 10 through 14. The Bible reads "For there are many unruly and vain talkers and deceivers" watch this, "ESPECIALLY they of the circumcision". So he is warning about a lot of liars and deceivers and false teachers, and he says "ESPECIALLY those of the circumcision". He is saying especially the "Jews", are who to watch out for. He says in verse 11, "whose mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole houses, teaching things which they ought not, for filthy lucre's sake. One of themselves, even a prophet of their own, said, the Cretians are always liars, evil beasts, slow bellies. This witness is true. Wherefore rebuke them sharply that they may by sound in the faith. NOT GIVING HEED TO JEWISH FABLES and commandments of men, that turn from the truth."
So the Bible is warning us about these lying, deceiving, false prophets, who HATED the gentiles. They said "oh, the Cretians are always liars! The Cretians are evil beasts!" I mean they're just taking a whole nationality of people- the Cretians- and declaring them to be animals. Declaring them to be evil beasts. Now, who is the racist here? This is Jews being racist against the Greek, in Crete. And saying "oh yeah, they're evil beasts, they're ALL liars!" I mean, talk about stereotyping, or having a prejudice toward people based only on their race. That's what the Jews were doing in Titus chapter 1. And that's why Paul says unto them, unto Titus, "Wherefore REBUKE them sharply, that they may be sound in faith, NOT giving heed to Jewish fables."
So these people of the circumcision were following a lot of Jewish fables, and they think that they're better than the Cretians; they think that they're better than everyone else, just because they are of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The Bible tells us to rebuke them sharply. Now what's interesting if you look at Jesus' ministry, who did he rebuke the most sharply? The Pharisees. Who had basically... That's the Judaism today, is the Pharisees, okay? Who did John the Baptist rebuke the most sharply? The Pharisees. Modern day Judaism IS THE RELIGION OF THE PHARISEES, even a Rabbi will tell you that.
And so why in the world do we as Christians think that it's wrong to rebuke Judaism and "oh man, we better be careful what we say about the Jews, we better be careful what we say about that religion, you know, they are God's chosen people..." And why in the world would a Christian church bring in a Rabbi to speak to them, when Jesus said "be not ye called Rabbi"? But yet today Christian churches are bringing in Rabbis and sharing the platform with Rabbis. The Bible says these people need to be rebuked SHARPLY. They're the only people that God says to rebuke sharply, and yet, these are the people that are the LEAST likely to be sharply rebuked in 2014 by Christians. We need to get back to the teaching of Titus 1 here, and understand that there are a lot of deceivers, a lot of false prophets out there, especially of the circumcision.
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Main Scripture/s Titus 1:10-14
Israel Moment #27 The Elect (Chosen) People Will Not Be Deceived
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist church in Tempe Arizona. And Today I want to talk about Mathew 24:24, because I want to go through a lot of mentions of the word "elect" in the New Testament, just to show you that this word "elect" is referring to believers in Jesus Christ, under the new covenant. It's not referring unto the physical nation of Israel. Now why is that important? Because the word elect means "chosen". For example, if we were to "elect" a president, that means we have chosen a president. So when the Bible calls us as believers, "God's Elect", He is saying that we are the chosen people.
But yet today, Christians don't think that we as saved, born again believers are God's chosen people. They say "No, no, no, the Jews are God's chosen people". They will point to UNBELIEVING, unregenerate Israel and say that THEY are God's chosen people. "They're God's elect". But that's not what the Bible teaches. Let me just show you one quick example in this moment, and in the next moments I will show you more. But in Mathew 24:24, we see the word "elect" come up in the New Testament, and it says "There shall arise false christs, and false prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders insomuch that IF IT WERE POSSIBLE, they shall deceive the very elect." So according to that scripture, in the end times there will be false christs and false prophets that will be so convincing that IF IT WERE POSSIBLE, they would deceive the very elect. Which means that it's not possible. And that tells us right there that no believer in Christ is going to fall for the anti-Christ. None of the elect are going to be deceived by a false Christ like the anti-Christ.
But wait a minute. People are trying to tell us today that the elect here is "referring to Israel, it's referring to the Jews." Well guess what? The Jews have already believed in an anti-Christ. They've already fallen for a false Christ, because they're looking for a mythical Messiah other than Jesus. They've rejected Jesus as the Messiah, and they're looking for some other false Messiah that's going to come and be the "real messiah", because they don't believe in Jesus. Why would we believe that this is talking about the Jews in Mathew 24:24, when it says that it's impossible for them to be deceived by false prophets and false christs.
Look, every Rabbi is a false prophet. So the Jews are being deceived by false prophets every day. Israel is deceived by false prophets and a false messiah that they're looking for every day. Therefore, Mathew 24:24 CANNOT be referring to the "Jews" or Israel, when it says "the elect" there, "not being deceived", it can only be referring to a Holy Spirit indwelt born again child of God, because we as Christians will not be deceived by the anti-Christ. We're saved, we have the Holy Ghost. And we've been enlightened, we will not be deceived. But listen, the Jews are already deceived.
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Main Scripture/s Mathew 24:24
Israel Moment #28 The Elect (Chosen) Are Justified By Christ
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. And today I want to show you another scripture that uses the term “elect” to refer to believers in Christ, just to show you that it’s we as Christians that are God’s chosen people, not the Jews. The word “elect” means “chosen”. So we as Christians are the chosen people. The Jews are not elect unless they believe in Christ, then they’ll be elect. Listen to Romans 8, starting in verse 33. “Who shall lay anything to the charge of God’s elect? It is God that justifieth.”
So right there we see that being elect is to be justified by God. How are we justified? By faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, not of works lest any man should boast. So he says “who shall lay anything to the charge of God’s elect? It is God that justifieth. Who is he that condemneth, it is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for US. Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?” And on and on. See, we’re ELECT, because we’re justified, because we believe in Jesus. Because we believe in the resurrection, and because Jesus loves us. and he will never leave us or forsake us.
Nothing can separate us from the love of Jesus Christ. He is daily making intercession for us, WE are the elect, WE are the chosen people. This is spoken unto the Romans. He says “we’re the elect, Gods making intercession for US. Nothing is going to separate US from the love of Christ.” And he is talking to gentiles in the book of Romans. So again, this just goes to show you that it’s not the Jews that are elect in the New Testament, or chosen in the New Testament. No. WE’RE the chosen people in the New Testament, not the Jews.
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Main Scripture/s Romans 8:33
Israel Moment #29 The Elect (Chosen) Are In Christ (Colossians 3:11-12)
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. And today I want to show you another scripture from that Bible that proves that the "elect", or "the chosen", are not the Jews today, because they don't believe in Jesus Christ. I'm going to show you that it's being saved that makes you elect, and what does "elect" mean? Chosen. Who are the "chosen people", who are "the elect". Believers in Jesus Christ. Look at Colossians 3:11. The Bible reads "Where there is neither Greek nor Jew, circumcision nor uncircumcision, Barbarian, Scythian, bond nor free: but Christ is all, and in all. Put on therefore, as the elect of God, holy and beloved, bowels of mercies, kindness, humbleness of mind, meekness, longsuffering”. The Bible is crystal clear here. He says "there is neither Jew nor Greek, so just put on as the elect of God, x y and z."
What's he saying? He is saying that it doesn't matter whether you are Jew or gentile. You're elect if you're in Christ Jesus. And if you are not in Christ, you're not elect, because you have to be justified by faith to be one of the elect. And what does "elect" mean? Chosen. Who were God's chosen people in the Old Testament? You know, God did choose the nation of Israel in the Old Testament, and they were His chosen generation, they were His chosen people. But in the New Testament, that is no longer the case. In the New Testament, being elect is only based on whether or not you believe in Jesus.
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Main Scripture/s Colossians 3:11-12
Israel Moment #30 Salvation is What Makes Us Elect In The New Testament
Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. And today I just want to show you a few more scripture using the word "elect" just to show you that this is referring to believers, it's not referring to the Jews. A lot of people today will say that "the Jews are God's chosen people", and they're talking about unsaved Jews! And they're talking about Jews that follow a different religion of Judaism! And they will point to the people that live in Israel and say "they're the chosen people of God, we need to support them". But wait a minute. In the New Testament, the chosen people of God are saved Christians. That's why we're called "the elect". Elect means chosen.
Listen to Titus 1:1, "Paul, a servant of God and an apostle of Jesus Christ, according to the FAITH of God's elect. And the acknowledging of the truth, which is after Godliness." So according to Titus 1:1, "the elect" is associated with having faith in Christ, and with acknowledging the truth. Listen to 1st Peter 1:1, we'll find the same thing. It says "Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, to the strangers scattered throughout Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia and Bithynia. Elect according to the foreknowledge of God the Father, through sanctification of the spirit, unto obedience and sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ, grace unto you and peace, be multiplied."
So again, what makes us elect? The sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ? What makes us elect? Salvation through faith in the Lord Jesus. It's consistent. We're looking at all kinds of verses that show you that the elect can be scattered in all different nations, they can be in all different countries, they can be Roman, they can Galatian, they can be Colossian, they can be Jew or Gentile, Barbarian, Scythian, bond, free, it doesn't matter. If you're IN CHRIST, you're the elect, you're the chosen people, under the New Covenant.
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Main Scripture/s Titus 1:1