Israel’s children & The Great Commission – failure and victory

Theological question was asked: “Regarding the Great commission [provided in] Matthew 28:18-20, how do you view that as part of the New covenant?”

Christian response,

Jacob’s children were foreordained to be ministers of the New Covenant’s “Great Commission” (Matthew 28) as this would fulfill Elohim’s promise to Abraham concerning his seed becoming “a blessing to every family of the Earth” (Genesis 12:3b) and Messiah came specifically to the “lost sheep of Israel” (Matthew 15:24) to proselytize them in the New Covenant’s Gospel of Grace, a Gospel ordained “before Time began” (2 Timothy 1:8-10) specifically as Elohim’s battle strategy “to destroy the works of the Devil” through Messiah (1 John 3:8b; Genesis 3:15); this, as the New Covenant was promised through the prophets Ezekiel (Chapter 36) and Jeremiah (Chapter 31); unfortunately, Israel’s children rejected Messiah, rejected the New Covenant Gospel established in the blood of Yeshua (Matthew 26:28) and ultimately Israel’s children murdered their Messiah upon a tree while exclaiming that His blood be upon them and their children (Matthew 27:25); therefore, Elohim, for essential eschatological purposes concerning His Kingdom and defeat of the Devil, defaulted, pivoted, and gave the New Covenant Gospel to the Gentiles (Romans 11:25) and the Great Commission was given them as the conveyance of Elohim’s “Good News” to the entire Earth (salvation by grace through faith); this, while Israel has been placed under Judgment in unbelief and therefore only a “remnant” of Israel’s children will escape the “second death” in Hell (Isaiah 10:22; Romans 9:27); this “remnant” comprised primarily of those proselytized by the 144,000 Jewish witnesses through the Tribulation Era prefacing Messiah’s Millennial Reign.

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