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The Times of the Gentiles are Fulfilled--What Does It Mean?

What does it mean that the Times of the Gentiles are fulfilled? Well, we know that in the early church, Paul lived to see the day that the Jews like himself were no longer called.  God had sovereignly turned to the Gentiles, and the elect Gentiles began to be saved. Paul turned his ministry to the Gentiles completely.

It seemed like the Times of the Jews were fulfilled in Paul's lifetime, but for the prophecy in Romans 11 that showed Jews being saved after the Times of the Gentiles were fulfilled. The elect Jews would be grafted into the Tree of Life after the Times of the Gentiles were fulfilled.

But now, we see that the creation of Israel (though filled with wicked Zionism, a fake Zion), is a sign to the world that the Times of the Gentiles have been fulfilled as we see in Luke 21:24. Ominously, for the Gentiles, the change occurred with the creation of Israel in 1948. If there were Gentiles already called, they have all passed on.

Therefore, as of the millennium, it could be said that there are no Gentile Christians on earth. If God stopped calling the Gentiles in 1948, then there are no Gentile Christians left. 

This is not in any way a defenses of the nation of Israel, the Zionism of Israel. That doctrine opposes God, and the nation of Israel is evil like other nations, and has too much power over my own nation, the United States of America. Zionism will be judged from the beginning of its movement, in the late 1800's.

So, looking at this creation of Israel from a Dispensationalist point of view is false religion. The state of Israel will not be saved as a nation. In the New Covenant, individuals, Jews and Gentiles are saved. Now, because Israel is a sign, the elect Jews are saved, and will be saved.

But the time is short. We are in the last hours. The elect Jews must hear the gospel and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ because unbelief is the greatest sin upon which all other sins stand or are forgiven.

Do I hope that Gentiles are saved? Of course. Do I know any who are? No. If one said he was, and understood the way, I would accept him in fellowship. But the New Covenant movement amongst the Gentiles is wishy washy. No blessing there from my experience.

So, beware of the Gentiles claiming to be Christian. They need to reject Catholicism, Protestantism, Messianic Judaism, Christian Zionism, and the wishy washy New Covenant Theology movement. I don't see that happening.

Jews it is your time. Believe in Christ.



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