Should Christians Really Support Israel?

by Dr. David Reagan

God is fulfilling promises today that were made to the Jewish people thousands of years ago. These promises rest on a series of legal agreements, called covenants, made between God and the Jewish people, that center on the land of Israel.

The cornerstone covenant — the Abrahamic Covenant — grants the title deed to the land of Israel to the descendants of the line of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. This unconditional, irrevocable, and everlasting promise was literally sealed in blood (Genesis 12:1–713:14–1817:71 Chronicles 16:17–18Psalm 105:8–11Romans 9:4)!

God’s Land Covenant promised that Israel will one day become the prime nation of the world, that is, as long as the Jewish people remain obedient to God (Deuteronomy 28:1,13).


Published in: on September 27, 2017 at 2:31 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Israel, Iran, and the End Times

By Britt Gillette

Israel, Iran, and the End Times

Israel and Iran have been in the news a lot lately. Currently, several nations are trying to strike a deal with Iran to curtail its nuclear ambitions. The question on the minds of many bible prophecy students is what does the Bible say about this? Are Iran’s nuclear ambitions a sign of the end times? Maybe. Maybe not.

Rest assured that Iran itself does have a role in the future fulfillment of bible prophecy (see Ezekiel 38 & 39). But no one can say for sure whether or not the current nuclear talks will play a significant role in the fulfillment of bible prophecy. What I can tell you is that this generation is already a witness to the fulfillment of numerous bible prophecies, and Benjamin Netanyahu’s much publicized speech from earlier this week should make that crystal clear.


Published in: on April 25, 2015 at 2:11 pm  Comments (1)  
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The Jews in Prophecy

By Dr. David R. Reagan

Few Biblical studies are as exciting as an examination of the Jews in prophecy, for the Jews are one of the key focal points of Bible prophecy.

The Scriptures reveal the Jews as “the apple of God’s eye” (Zechariah 2:8). Their land is described as “holy” (Zechariah 2:12). Their city of Jerusalem is termed the “center of the nations” (Ezekiel 5:5). They are pictured as the wayward wife of God (see Ezekiel 16 and the book of Hosea). And the Bible makes it clear that they will be the object of both God’s wrath (Jeremiah 30:7) and His grace (Zechariah 13:1) in the end times.


Published in: on January 30, 2014 at 6:09 pm  Leave a Comment  
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