Israelite Apostasy: Paul came out of the blue preaching his own doctrine…

Israelite apostasy leading to death in Hell:

“Jesus was not sent to gentiles…Jesus was sent to the Lost sheep of Israel. The Sole purpose of your Jesus was to gather the Lost Sheep of Israel, not Gentiles. Paul came out of the blue and went to gentiles with his own doctrine.”

Christian rebuttal,

Jesus was sent to the lost sheep of Israel (Matthew 15:24) to continue their sanctification – ordination concerning the Father’s eschatological plan relevant to “destroying the works of the Devil” through Messiah (1 John 3:8b) via the Gospel that was ordained “before Time began” (2 Timothy 1:8-10). Israel rejected this New Covenant established in the blood of Messiah at Golgotha (Matthew 26:28) and Elohim honored Israel’s free will decision to reject Grace and pursue self-righteousness through Law; consequently, Elohim gave the Covenant of Grace through Faith to the Gentiles relevant to the Great Commission (Matthew 28) and Israel was placed under judgment and will remain under judgment until the fullness of the Gentiles have entered the Kingdom (Romans 11:25); therefore, only a “remnant” of Israel’s children will escape the “second death” in Hell due to arrogance, self-righteousness through Law, unbelief-rejection of Yeshua as Messiah (Isaiah 10:22; Romans 9:27).

Israel is not unique relevant to Elohim’s judgements and He warned them in Deuteronomy 28 that their future, their blessings, their covenant relationship with Him, were all predicated upon National obedience yet Israel arrogantly tested Elohim and they have and are presently reaping what they have sown in disobedience, murder, blasphemy, unbelief, self-righteousness. Today, Israel’s children are the eternal example of what NOT TO DO concerning establishing covenant relationship with the Father.

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