Israelite Misconception: The Bible is for Israelite’s. I disagree…

Israelite misconception articulated:“The Bible is for Israelites. Please stop imagining that someone else’s inheritance is for you. Christianity is a psychiatric condition wherein people imagine that the promises for Israelites can be for them also.”

As a Christian, I disagree,

Actually, the Bible surrounds the Gentiles as it began with the Gentiles for approximately 2000-years until Abraham then Moses, then the Israelite’s rejected God’s Covenants which were predicated upon obedience (Deuteronomy 28) and rejected His Messiah and falsely accused Him of blasphemy then had Him beaten almost to death then had Him murdered upon a tree while demanding that His blood be upon them and their children (Matthew 27:25) so Israel fell under a curse and are blinded (2 Corinthians 3:14-15) and their heart partially hardened (Romans 11:25) and the New Covenant was taken from them and given to the Gentiles (Acts 13:46) until the times of the Gentiles comes to fruition (Romans 11:25); therefore, of the 6000-years of man’s existence since Adam, 4000 of those years has been God dealing with the Gentiles while Isaiah and Paul have clearly stated, by the power of the Holy Spirit, that only a remnant of the Jews will be saved (Isaiah 10:22; Romans 9:27); therefore, you might say the Bible is for the Israelite’s but I see the Gentile trusting in Yeshua today and entering the Kingdom while the Jew is living in rebellion to God’s will and Jesus has warned them that they will be sorrowful when they see Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and the prophets in the Kingdom but they themselves thrown out (Luke 13:28); so then, say what you will; believe what you will; but, I don’t see my God as a respecter of persons (Acts 10:34) but I see my God as honoring those who honor Him by believing in the Son, Jesus Christ, as Lord while their skin color, nationality, race, matters not (Galatians 3:28).

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