Does the Bible mention another destruction of Israel?


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Data Bruce Lyon Elder: Restoration Fellowship Assembly
Yes, and it will make the Holocaust look like a picnic. The old testament prophets make this very plain.

After Jesus returns he will establish the nation of Israel with the remnant peoples that are left and bring descendants of Jacob/Israel from the four corners of the earth to return to the land of Israel.

The Israel that is prophesied to be established in "one day" will take place at the time that the anointed one Jesus returns to take his place on the throne of David.

Israel to-day is for the most part a secular nation that is made up of Jews who except for a very small remnant reject Jesus as their Messiah and as a result they are cut off from having a part in the true Israel of God - see Romans 11.

The only way for Jews to become a part of the true Israel of God to-day is to accept Jesus as their Messiah and accept his message of the soon coming Kingdom of and walk in faith-obedience before the God and Father of the lord Jesus is they do that they will be grafted into the Commonwealth of Israel and participate in the promised given to Abraham even as we {believing Gentiles} have been also grafted into the Commonwealth of Israel - Romans 11.

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