God’s Last Line in the Sand

On the Importance of the Unholy State of Israel


By Christopher J. Patton

With the birth of the State of Israel in 1948 the God of Israel has taken the stake of Yeshua the Messiah and planted it as His standard for the Jewish people in these latter days. Despite the terrors of tribulation, the modern, humanistic state of Israel will one day fall, but the regathered people will endure and rise as a transformed nation at the Messiah’s coming. Yeshua comes to save all nations beginning with His own at Jerusalem. Praying for the “peace of Jerusalem” (Psalm 122:6) means praying for the peace of all peoples.

God has already begun the final phase of fulfilling His promises to restore all things. Satan, the Enemy, knows that time is short. The Devil hates that planted standard (the Jewish people at home in their ancestral land of Israel) and desires to wipe out this physically visible proof that the true God is the God of Israel. But we know by the Word of God that the people of Israel will eventually prevail against all her enemies because of the God of Israel, who keeps His promises. He died on a bloody stake to prove and enable these covenant promises – just as prophetically shown to Abraham in Genesis 15.

In Satan’s attempts to demolish the standard of God, this Destroyer is slaughtering both Arabs and Jews: through Islamic lies, the Devil is smashing the sons of Hagar and Keturah against the Rock of Israel. There is no other rational explanation for the continued, seemingly endless and rationally senseless wars and homicide terrors launched against the natural and spiritual inheritors of Zion. Let us never forget who the real enemy is, for the Devil seeks to devour each of us – Jew, Arab, Hindu, American, Chinese, all persons.

My prayer is that not only will you be informed and entertained by this web site, but also reformed and transformed forever – becoming immersed in the depthless grace and overpowering love or our Creator and Redeemer. In this manner do the sons and daughters of the First Adam become the sons of the Second Adam, Yeshua the Messiah. (I Corinthians 15: 20-49)




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