Israel Moments 41-50

By Pastor Steven L Anderson

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September, 2014


Israel Moment #41 The Sodomite Pride of Tel Aviv

Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe Arizona. And today I want to talk about Isaiah chapter 3 verses 8 and 9. The Bible reads "For Jerusalem is ruined, and Judah is fallen: because their tongue and their doings are against the Lord, to provoke the eyes of his glory. The shew of their countenance doth witness against them; and they declare their sin as Sodom, they hide it not. Woe unto their soul! for they have rewarded evil unto themselves." So this is yet another scripture where Israel is being likened unto Sodom, because they're just so open about their filthy sin in the eyes of God. Now you say "well that doesn't apply to Israel today, that was just at that time that Israel was being compared to Sodom, or that the Jews and their nation were being compared to Sodom."

But if we go to Revelation chapter 11 verse 8, which is dealing with endtimes Bible prophecy, He says in chapter 11, verse 8 "And their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city, which spiritually is called Sodom and Egypt, where also our Lord was crucified." Now we know that the city where our Lord was crucified was Jerusalem. He said it's impossible for a prophet to perish outside of Jerusalem. And so Jesus was crucified at Jerusalem. So the great city which SPIRITUALLY is called Sodom and Egypt in the end-times is JERUSALEM. That matches up with what we see today when we see Gay Pride parades taking place in Israel. I mean, they're declaring their sin as Sodom. It's the only place in the middle east that you'll find a Gay Pride parade- would be Israel.

Not only that, but Tel Aviv was just recently named the number 1 destination for homos in the WORLD. Number 1 vacation spot for homos to go, and have a good time, Tel Aviv. Not San Francisco, not Las Vegas Nevada, not Atlantic city New Jersey. No, Tel Aviv! Number one destination for queers and sodomites. So, it's no wonder that the Bible called them a spiritual Sodom and Gomorrah, when they just declare that filthy sin so openly and have no shame about it, and just tolerate it, and it's considered normal to them. There's so much more evidence to this, I'm going to just have to put it up into a few other moments, just to look at all the times in scripture that Israel is over and over again, in times of apostasy, and in the last days, referred to as Sodom... It's no coincidence that sodomy abounds today in the nation of Israel, when God's calling them spiritually Sodom.

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File Length 00:02:40
Main Scripture/s Isaiah 3:8-9, Revelation 11:8

Israel Moment #42 More Scripture Calling Israel a Spiritual Sodom

Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Today I want to talk about Jeremiah 23:14, where the Bible reads "I have seen also in the prophets of Jerusalem an horrible thing: they commit adultery, and walk in lies: they strengthen also the hands of evildoers, that none doth return from his wickedness; they are all of them unto me as Sodom, and the inhabitants thereof as Gomorrah." Now of course this was spoken about a long time ago about those dwelling in Jerusalem, but it could still be said today, that those in Jerusalem strengthen the hands of the evil-doers, and that they are spiritually Sodom. I proved it in the last couple of videos. The last few moments showed all those scriptures where the Bible is likening the nation of Israel unto Sodom, even in the last days. We've seen the evidence that Tel Aviv is considered the number 1 tourist place for homos to take their vacations. We've seen the queer pride parades that happen every year in Israel. The ONLY place in the middle east where they happen, just happens to be spiritual Sodom, also known as "Israel".

It says here that they "strengthen the hands of the evildoers." They promote it! They tolerate it, they act like it's normal to be a Sodomite, just like in America, where we're taught that it's "an alternative lifestyle", and that "homosexuality is wonderful, and people are born that way, we shouldn't say anything against it." It's the same way in Israel, as it is in the United States, where homosexuality is promoted, and protected, and everything like that. So, there you go. We've seen many scriptures in the last few videos showing that Israel is a spiritual Sodom and Gomorrah. But yet, we're told that "these are the chosen people of God, these are God's chosen people. If we bless them, God will bless us, if we curse them, God will curse us. They are the wonderful, special chosen ones of God." Well, not according to the Bible. They might physically be Israelites, but spiritually, they are sodomites, spiritually they're Egyptians. And this goes perfectly with Galatians 4, which taught that spiritually, the Jews are Ishmael, not Isaac. So, physical ethnicity, the Bible is real clear, the flesh profiteth nothing. And the fact that they might physically descend from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, with a heavy emphasis on the word "might"- descend from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, is totally irrelevant to their spiritual standing before God. They are NOT God's people, they are spiritually of Sodom and Gomorrah, they're spiritually of Egypt, they're spiritually of Ishmael. They are NOT spiritually the sons of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

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File Length 00:03:04
Main Scripture/s Jeremiah 23:14

Israel Moment #43 Israel is the Cursed Fig Tree

Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Today I want to talk about Mathew chapter 21, verses 18 through 20, where the Bible reads "Now in the morning as he returned into the city, he hungered. And when he saw a fig tree in the way, he came to it, and found nothing thereon, but leaves only, and said unto it, Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward forever. And presently the fig tree withered away. And when the disciples saw it, they marvelled, saying, How soon is the fig tree withered away!" Now a very common theme amongst Zionists, is that they like to talk about Israel as being the fig tree, and they say that "in 1948, we witnessed the re-blossoming of the Fig tree!" They try to import that concept into Mathew 24, as being some kind of an "end- times fulfillment of prophecy, the the re-blossoming of the Fig tree." And they say "the Fig tree is Israel." Of course, Mathew 24, teaches no such thing. But if you want to talk about Israel being the Fig tree, here we have a great illustration of Israel, when Jesus comes to a Fig tree, in the spring time, and he seeks Figs, he seeks fruit on that tree, he finds no fruit. And he curses the Fig tree, and he says "let no fruit grow on thee henceforward forever." "FOREVER." And the tree withers away, and it's never going to produce fruit again.

That Fig tree represents Israel. Jesus Christ came to Israel seeking for fruit, he found none, and now it's going to wither away, it's going to be cursed. It's never coming back, the Bible is clear. A lot of people say "well, Israel is just on the shelf right now, God is going to go back to dealing with them, they're going to come back to the Lord", and so forth. Well, according to this parable- and I'm going to back it up with some teachings a little later in the chapter- according to this parable of the Fig tree, or incident with the Fig tree... It's clear that henceforward forever they're not going to bear fruit, they're done. But look just a few verses down in verse 33, Jesus gives another parable. " Hear another parable: There was a certain householder, which planted a vineyard, and hedged it round about, and digged a winepress in it, and built a tower, and let it out to husbandmen, and went into a far country: And when the time of the fruit drew near, he sent his servants to the husbandmen, that they might receive the fruits of it. And the husbandmen took his servants, and beat one, and killed another, and stoned another. Again, he sent other servants more than the first: and they did unto them likewise. But last of all he sent unto them his son, saying, They will reverence my son."

Can you figure out where this parable is going? God has this vineyard that He is working in, and He keeps sending His servants the prophets... He keeps sending husbandmen. And they killed one, they beat one, they stoned another... Then finally He sends unto these people His Son, saying "they will reverence my Son." "But when the husbandmen saw the son, they said among themselves, This is the heir; come, let us kill him, and let us seize on his inheritance. And they caught him, and cast him out of the vineyard, and slew him. When the lord therefore of the vineyard cometh, what will he do unto those husbandmen? They say unto him, He will miserably destroy those wicked men, and will let out his vineyard unto other husbandmen, which shall render him the fruits in their seasons." Listen to what Jesus says. Therefore say I unto you, The kingdom of God shall be taken from you, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof." So right there we see this parable, where the nation of Israel is likened unto a vineyard, and God wants to get some fruit from that vineyard. And He keeps sending His servants the prophets, those are the husbandmen, to try to get fruit from the vineyard. Finally He sends His Son, and what do they do? They kill His Son. And what is He going to do? He is miserably going to destroy those murderers, He is going to destroy their city, and it says, He is going to let out His vineyard unto other husbandmen, which shall render Him the fruits in their season. Jesus then interprets it for them. He says "therefore, the kingdom of God, shall be taken from you, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof."

Today, Zionists say "oh, but they're coming back! Pastor Anderson, the re-blossoming of the Fig tree, in 1948!" No. The Fig tree withered away. He said it would never bring forth fruit forever. Here, with this parable, do we see these husbandmen being brought back later to handle the vineyard again? No, He says He is going to miserably destroy those murderers, and He is going to give the vineyard unto somebody else. It doesn't talk about them coming back.

And then a few verses later, it says "And when the chief priests and Pharisees had heard his parables, they perceived that he spake of them." They understood that Jesus was referring to the Jews, the Pharisees, and the people who rejected him. He is actually prophesying his own death here, because he talks about the son being sent and being killed. That hadn't happened yet. But he is making it real clear that the kingdom of God is going to be taken from them, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof, not that they themselves will later change their mind and produce fruit.

That's not found in any of these scriptures, that's not a New Testament teaching. It comes from a perversion and misunderstanding of Romans 11, the whole rest of the New Testament makes it clear that God was done with the Physical nation of Israel, and that he's turned unto the gentiles in the New Testament. The only time the Israelites are coming back, is when they're resurrected for the millennium. That's what Romans 11 actually teaches, he talks about the fact that in the millennium, when all the dead in Christ, all those who are saved from Old and New Testament are all resurrected... Then the physical nation of Israel will again enjoy the land, because they will be all saved Christians, who are enjoying it. So again, this is just another clear scripture that teaches that the kingdom of God has been taken from the nation of Israel, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof. Why? Because they are that Fig tree, that didn't produce the fruit when God wanted it, and so they've been cursed, and they will not bring forth fruit from henceforth, forever.

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File Length 00:06:46
Main Scripture/s Mathew 21:18-20, Romans 11

Israel Moment #44 The "Re-blossoming Fig Tree" Fraud

Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Today I want to talk about Luke 13, verses 6 through 9. Now in the last video, we talked about "the cursed Fig tree", and how it represented the nation of Israel, we showed how just a few verses later, there were parables given that talked about the kingdom of God being taken from the nation of Israel, and given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof. The Fig tree represented Israel. God came seeking fruit, he sent his own Son, the Bible said, to seek fruit thereof, and when fruit was not found, Jesus Cursed that Fig tree, and said that there would no fruit grow on it "from henceforward forever." This flies in the face of those who teach that in the end-times the nation of Israel is going to turn back to the Lord Jesus Christ, and so forth.

Listen to Luke 13, verse 6. We have another parable of the Fig tree, which represents Israel. It says "He spake also this parable; A certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard; and he came and sought fruit thereon, and found none. Then said he unto the dresser of his vineyard, Behold, these three years I come seeking fruit on this fig tree, and find none: cut it down; why cumbereth it the ground? And he answering said unto him, Lord, let it alone this year also, till I shall dig about it, and dung it: And if it bear fruit, well: and if not, then after that thou shalt cut it down." So, here we see another parable pretty much showing the same thing. Remember all the parables about Israel where He keeps coming and seeking fruit and it's not there, He keeps sending servants, finally He sends His own Son... Well here is another parable about the Lord of the vineyard, He has a got a Fig tree, it's not producing fruit. He said "look, 3 years, and it's not producing fruit!". The servant intercedes and says to Him. "let's just dig around it, let's dung it, let's give it one more chance, and if it does not bear fruit, then we're gonna cut it down." And again, this is about Israel, if we compare it with the other parables.

And so we see that Israel, because it did not produce the fruit that God wanted it to produce, was cut down. People want to talk all day long about the "re-blossoming of the Fig-tree in Mathew 24, when Israel became a nation in 1948." Mathew 24 says NO SUCH THING. There's nothing like that in Mathew 24. Mathew 24 talks about the stars falling like the figs falling out of a Fig tree. And then He talks about the fact that when you see the Fig tree, you know that summer is near at hand, so likewise you when you see these things come to pass, you'll know it's at the door. What things? The sun and moon being darkened and the stars falling... Not Israel becoming a nation in 1948. But there's this whole big made up teaching that you hear over and over again from Zionists about the "re-blossoming of the Fig tree! The re-blossoming of the Fig-tree!" According to the teachings of Jesus, the Fig tree would never bear fruit again, it withered away right then and there. In this parable, the fig tree is cut down. No mention of it being re- planted, or bringing forth fruit at a later date. This teaching just doesn't add up with scripture. The kingdom of God has been taken from the nation of Israel, it's been given to a nation bringing forth the fruits thereof, PERMANENTLY.

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File Length 00:03:43
Main Scripture/s Luke 13:6-9, Mathew 24

Israel Moment #45 They are NOT All Israel which are of Israel

Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Today I want to talk about Galatians chapter 6, verses 15 and 16, where the Bible reads "For in Christ Jesus neither circumcision availeth any thing, nor uncircumcision, but a new creature. And as many as walk according to this rule, peace be on them, and mercy, and upon the Israel of God." And I want to draw attention to that phrase, "the Israel of God'. Let's look at Romans chapter 9, verse 6 through 8, to see what God meant by that. It says "Not as though the word of God hath taken none effect. For they are not all Israel, which are of Israel: Neither, because they are the seed of Abraham, are they all children: but, In Isaac shall thy seed be called. That is, They which are the children of the flesh, these are not the children of God: but the children of the promise are counted for the seed." Notice in verse 6 He said "they are not all Israel which are of Israel."

He is saying "just because they are physically descended from Israel the person, does not make them Israel in God's sight." That's why the Bible uses the term "behold, Israel AFTER THE FLESH." That's referring to the physical nation of Israel, the ethnic children of Israel. But then He contrasts that in Galatians 6 with "the Israel of God", the spiritual nation of Israel. And that spiritual nation of Israel is made up of all believers, Ephesians 2 made that crystal clear. In the very first Israel moment, I went over that. But here in Romans 9, He explains that the children of the flesh are not the children of God. It's the children of the promise that are counted for the seed, therefore they are not all Israel, which are of Israel.

So when you look at a statement like "all Israel shall be saved", you have to ask yourself, "are we referring to the physical ethnic nation of Israel, or are we referring to the Israel of God, the spiritual nation of Israel?" Well it makes a lot more sense that it would be referring to the spiritual nation, because of course we know that the Israel of God is made up of all those who are saved, who are a new creature in Christ Jesus. Then it makes perfect sense. So the Bible says in Galatians chapter 6, "Peace be on the Israel of God." And some people will look at that and say that there are two peoples of God, "there's the physical nation of Israel, and there is the spiritual nation of Israel." But remember, the flesh profiteth nothing. It's meaningless in the New Testament to be a part of that physical nation of Israel. You've got to be a part of the spiritual nation in order to be a part of God's people. You've got to be a part of the Israel of God, NOT Israel according to the flesh.

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File Length 00:03:09
Main Scripture/s Galatians 6:15-16, Romans 9:6-8,

Israel Moment #46 God is NOT with Israel's Armies

Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. And today I want to talk about Psalm 44. Let's start reading in verse number 4 where the Bible reads " Thou art my King, O God: command deliverances for Jacob. Through thee will we push down our enemies: through thy name will we tread them under that rise up against us. For I will not trust in my bow, neither shall my sword save me. But thou hast saved us from our enemies, and hast put them to shame that hated us. In God we boast all the day long, and praise thy name for ever. Selah." A lot of people will point to scriptures like this about God defending Israel in battle in the Old Testament, and they will try to apply that to the unbelieving, Christ-rejecting nation of Israel today in the middle east.

I've even heard many people say, that the evidence for the legitimacy of Israel in God's sight, is the fact that they've won all these military battles, and there were "all these miracles where God stepped in and fought for Israel! And that PROVES that God is still blessing Israel. Even though they blaspheme and hate the Lord Jesus Christ, God is STILL blessing Israel! They're still God's chosen people!" And they'll use those military victories and so-called "military miracles" as evidence for that. But that is not a scriptural teaching whatsoever. And in fact if we keep reading a little further in Psalm 44, you'll see why. It says in verse number 9, "But thou hast cast off". See in verses 4 through 8, he was talking about in the PAST, how God had defended Israel. In verse 1 of the chapter, he said "we've heard with our ears, O God, our fathers have told us what work thou didst in their days in the times of old." So back in the old days, God was fighting for Israel, and they were defeating their enemies. But then let's fast forward to present day, verse 9, "But thou hast cast off, and put us to shame; and goest not forth with our armies." So at this time in Israel's history that this Psalm is being written, the author is saying that God is not going with their armies.

Now let me ask you something. If God was not going with their armies at this time, why in the world would God be going with their armies, when they are worshiping a false god, when they have rejected the Lord Jesus Christ? There's no way. It would be inconsistent with all the teachings of the Old Testament. He says in verse 9, " But thou hast cast off, and put us to shame; and goest not forth with our armies. Thou makest us to turn back from the enemy: and they which hate us spoil for themselves. Thou hast given us like sheep appointed for meat; and hast scattered us among the heathen. Thou sellest thy people for nought, and dost not increase thy wealth by their price. Thou makest us a reproach to our neighbours, a scorn and a derision to them that are round about us. Thou makest us a byword among the heathen, a shaking of the head among the people." And on and on. According to Romans 11, 1 through 7, unbelieving Israel has been cast off. It's only the remnant, the small remnant that has not been cast off. And that is the remnant according to the election of grace. The remnant that believes on the Lord Jesus Christ. So this idea of "God going with Israel's armies", today, when they are in unbelief, when they reject the Lord Jesus Christ, is a total fraud. These "miracles" that they talk about are not miracles at all. They're a hoax. And so we need to get our doctrine from the Bible, and realise that God only goes with your army when you are worshiping the true God, not when you're in unbelief and worshiping a false God.

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File Length 00:04:12
Main Scripture/s Psalm 44:4-9, Romans 11:1-7

Israel Moment #47 Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem

Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. And today I want to talk about Psalm 122, verse 6, which reads "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee." A lot of people will quote this scripture unto Christians and say "we need to pray for the peace of Jerusalem, if we want to prosper, we need to LOVE Jerusalem." Now first of all, let me say this... There is a prayer that I think would be appropriate to pray for those that are living over in Israel, and that is that they would be saved! Since 99% of them reject the Lord Jesus Christ as their saviour, we should do like the apostle Paul said in Romans chapter 1. He said "Brethern, my heart's desire, and prayer to God for Israel, is that they might be saved." If they're going to have the peace which passeth all understanding, it's only going to come through salvation, which only comes through believing in the Lord Jesus Christ.

So that is the prayer that would actually make sense, if we prayed that the people in Israel would believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and be saved, and have peace. But a lot of people will try to twist this scripture, and try to use this to say that "we need to just pray for the prosperity of Jerusalem, seek their good, and that they would be protected from all their enemies and that they would win the victory over there in the middle east, and be blessed by God." That is not what this passage teaches, because if we read it in its context, it says "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee. Peace be within thy walls, and prosperity within thy palaces." But look at the next two verses. "For my BRETHREN and COMPANIONS' sakes, I will now say, Peace be within thee. Because of the HOUSE OF THE LORD OUR GOD I will seek thy good." So people are just isolating that one phrase "seek their good!" And they're not even realising the reason that we would seek their good is because of the house of the Lord our God. But here's the problem, they don't have the house of the Lord any longer!

The Old Testament temple was destroyed, and in the New Testament, the Bible makes it clear that the local church is the house of God. That we as God's people, when we assemble together, make up the house of God in the New Testament. NOT a physical building that was destroyed in AD 70. So the Bible says "because of the house of the Lord our God, I will seek thy good." So my question is, why would we seek their good, when the house of God is no longer there? Why would we seek their good, when they don't believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and are therefore under the wrath of God? The only thing that we should seek for them, is that they would be saved, which would be good for them. But, when people have a lot of prosperity, and things go well for them, they're less likely to get saved. So why would we pray for God to give material prosperity and bless them militarily, that they would be secure and winning the battle over there, when they're not saved? And they don't have the house of God, and they are not our brethren and companions, because they are unbelievers? So, we need to be careful how we interpret this passage in Psalm 122 verse 6. "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem", should be a prayer that they would believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and be saved. Not that they would have material prosperity, or that they defeat their physical enemies in the middle east.

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File Length 00:03:56
Main Scripture/s Psalm 122:6, Romans 1

Israel Moment #48 Let the Unbelieving Jews be Anathema

Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. And today I want to talk about 1st Corinthians chapter 16, verse 22, where the Bible reads "If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be anathema, maranatha." Now that word "anathema", has to do with being cursed, and the word "maranatha", has to do with the return of our Lord Jesus Christ. So what the Bible is saying here is that if any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be anathema. It's a curse upon that person, for not loving the Lord Jesus Christ. Now a lot of people today will tell us that the Jews are under the blessing of God, and God will bless those who bless them, and curse those who curse them. But here we see in 1st Corinthians 16:22, a curse placed upon the unbelieving Jews.

Those Jews who do not believe in the Lord Jesus Christ are anathema, they are under the wrath of God, they are under the curse of God. And if God were going to "bless those that bless the Jews, and curse those who curse the Jews", would a curse be upon the apostle Paul for saying "anathema" here? Or would a curse be upon the Holy Spirit for saying "anathema"? Of course not. because the promise "I will bless those who bless you, and curse those who curse you", was made unto Abraham, and to his seed, which is Christ. All those who are in Christ are blessed with faithful Abraham. Now truly, in the Old Testament, God would bless those who blessed the nation of Israel, when they were worshiping the true God, and curse those who cursed Israel, when they were the people of God, when they were worshiping the true God. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, those who followed them that were believing.

Those who turned away and worshiped other gods though were not under that blessing even in the Old Testament. Now, the scripture is clear in this verse, it doesn't say "if any GENTILE man love not the Lord Jesus Christ let him be anathema." No. It just says "if ANY man." That would include Jew, Gentile. That would include white, black. It says "if ANY man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be anathema." This is just another scripture that proves that the "Jews" are not under the blessing of God, they are under His wrath, unless they believe on the Lord Jesus Christ- which is a very small remnant.

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Main Scripture/s 1st Corinthians 16:22

Israel Moment #49 Ashkenazi Jews are Actually Gentiles

Hello this is Pastor Steven Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Today I want to talk about Genesis chapter 10, verses 2 through 5 where the Bible reads "The sons of Japheth; Gomer, and Magog, and Madai, and Javan, and Tubal, and Meshech, and Tiras. And the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz, and Riphath, and Togarmah. And the sons of Javan; Elishah, and Tarshish, Kittim, and Dodanim. By these were the isles of the GENTILES divided in their lands; every one after his tongue, after their families, in their nations." Now the reason that I read those scriptures to you, is that they clearly state that Ashkenaz is one of the Gentile nations.

Now, 80 to 85% of today's so-called "jewry", those who claim to be Jews today...80-85% of them are what is known as "Ashkenazi Jews". An "Ashkenazi Jew" is so named because he primarily descends from this guy in the Bible named "Ashkenaz", which is clearly listed as one of the Gentile nations. Now the reason for this is that there was a nation of people who were of Japheth, who were Europeans, white people known as "the Khazars". And in the eighth century after Christ, the whole nation of the Khazars turned unto Judaism, they converted unto the religion of Judaism. Of course it is a false, Christ-rejecting religion. And for a few hundred years, the empire of the Khazars was a power in eastern Europe, and they followed the religion of Judaism. But eventually they were defeated by the Russians, and they were scattered into eastern Europe. And so a lot of the eastern European "Jews" today, are the descendants of the Khazars. And in fact, DNA testing has even confirmed that the Ashkenazi Jews have about 80% of their genetics, and 80% of their ancestry from Europeans. And the other 20% would be middle eastern.

So, today's so-called "Jews", the Ashkenazis, which again, like I said, is 80-85% of so-called Jews in the world today. AND, it is the primary type of Jew that immigrated into the nation of Israel in Palestine. And it is also the primary type of Jew that is living in the United States today by far. So these Ashkenazi "Jews", according to the Bible, are actually Gentiles. And I'm not the one calling them "Ashkenazi Jews", you can even go to wikipedia and type in "Ashkenazi Jews", and it will explain these things to you. You can talk to a Rabbi, and you can talk to whoever you want, and you'll find out that these Ashkenazi "Jews" are the descendents of converts to Judaism. And the reason that that is significant is that a lot of Christian Zionists today, they claim that these "Jews" are God's chosen people, because of the fact that they descend from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. But in reality, they don't descend from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob any more than you or I do, okay? They have some blood mixed in from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, from intermarrying with other Jews, but so do the rest of us Europeans. Primarily they are white Europeans. They are not middle eastern Jews. And that's why when you look at those in Hollywood today that are so-called "Jews", they don't look like middle eastern people, they look like white people, because they are the descendants of WHITE converts to Judaism, caucasian converts, Khazars... That's why they're called Ashkenazi because they are of Japheth. They're primarily descended from the GENTILES.

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File Length 00:04:14
Main Scripture/s Genesis 10:2-5