Jewish Error: Christianity must disappear before the New Covenant will manifest. A rebuttal…

Jewish error proclaimed: “The interesting thing about Jeremiah 31, the renewed covenant can’t occur until christianity and the new testament are no more!! Christianity must end and there is NO more desire or need for the fictional character called jesus, then;…”

Christian response,

Christianity IS the New Covenant (Matthew 26:28). The New Covenant was to be bestowed upon the children of Jacob through Messiah (Jeremiah 31; Ezekiel 36:27) who came to the lost sheep of Israel (Matthew 15:24); unfortunately, the Jews rejected Messiah, rejected His deity; rejected His Gospel message; falsely accused Him of blasphemy; betrayed Him to the Roman authorities (John 18:36); had Him scourged almost to death; then, demanded that His blood be upon them (the Jews) and their children (Matthew 27:25); then, the Jews had Messiah murdered upon a tree where He suffocated and bled to death; therefore, God the Father initiated the New Covenant Church at Pentecost and the Gospel was ultimately taken from Jacob’s children and given to the Gentiles until such time the fullness of the Gentiles has come in; meanwhile, a partial hardening has manifest over Israel (Romans 11:25); Jacob’s children have a veil placed over their mind (2 Corinthians 3:14-15) and the children of Jacob are under God’s wrath and judgment; for this reason, only a remnant of Israel will be saved and that remnant in the last days (Isaiah 10:22; Romans 9:27).

This entire scenario has given-way to the fulfillment of Hosea 2:23; Romans 9:24-26 and the Gentile Christian inclusion into God’s eschatological plan for human kind. If you are waiting for the New Covenant you will die in your sin and not enter the Kingdom of God as Yeshua IS your Messiah and the New Covenant was established in His blood 2000-years ago and ordained “before the beginning of Time” (2 Timothy 1:9-10); therefore, if you deny Jesus Christ-Yeshua as your Messiah for the atonement of your sins, you will die in sin and not be named among the remnant (John 8:24).

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