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Does God reject Christians who support the Jewish nation of Israel?

Yes, God will reject Christians who support the Jewish nation of Israel, because the Gospels of Jesus Christ in the New Testament is very clear about God’s condemnation of Israel as a nation that rejects Jesus Christ and kills God’s prophets who are sent.

Christians who support the secular Jewish nation of Israel are standing against the Gospels of Jesus Christ in the New Testament.  It is important for such Christians to repent and turn away from their wrong ways.  It is important not to be blindly loyal to human ideology of Dispensationalism with the result that you stand against the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the New Testament.  Dispensationalism is human ideology.  The Holy Bible is the living Word of God!

Matthew 23:38 is clear in prophesying that God will destroy Jerusalem (the capital of Israel) for killing God’s prophets.  This is the Word of God for the People of God (that is, Christians), and all Christians must submit and kneel before the Word of God, the Holy Bible.

Those Christians who continue to support the Jewish nation of Israel against the Gospels of Jesus Christ are, in essence, rejecting the Gospels of Jesus Christ and are standing against the Holy God of the Bible.

God will punish those Christians, their families, and their children for rebellion against the Holy Trinity and the Kingdom of Christ in the form of natural Acts of God (Hurricanes, Tornados, Earthquakes, etc.) and God’s punishment by human agents (such as when God blessed the Roman destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD in fulfillment of Matthew 23:38 prophecy against the Jewish nation that killed Jesus Christ (according to the Gospels and the New Testament).

Choose whom you will serve!  God or the Christ-killing Jewish state of Israel.

God will retaliate against every Christian who stands with the secular nation of Israel in defiance of the Word of God which calls for the destruction of Jerusalem for killing God’s prophets.

Did God allow the deaths in Las Vagas?

Las Vagas suffered many people dying.  Did God permit all these deaths to occur?

Of course!  God is in complete control of His Creation.  Nothing happens without God’s permission.

Obviously, God permitted the people who died in Las Vagas to die, or else they would not have died.  Even Satan cannot kill without God’s permission, as the Book of Job shows.

All life belongs to God.  God can give life, and God can take away life.  God as God has the right to take away life at any time whenever He wants.  Praise be to the LORD, who is the Creator and Sustainer of all things!

What people in Las Vagas must think about is what they did to anger God so that God allowed this tragedy in their community?

God may be angry about the legalization of marijuana.  God may be angry about the tolerance of homosexuality.

One thing is clear.  God is angry, and that is why God permitted deaths to occur in a tragic way.

Just read the Holy Bible and see the many horrific ways God allows death as the punishment for sin.

The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom.

Does God want American Christians to oppose Jews in America?

Yes, God of the Holy Bible wants Christians in America to oppose Jews in America.  This is clear from the Gospels of Jesus Christ, where Jesus Christ opposes the Jewish elites of his society and try to convert people to Christianity.

God does not want Christians in America to stand with the Jews in America.  Jesus Christ attacked Jewish religious leaders as well as Jewish political leaders as an example for American Christians to follow.  What Would Jesus Do?  WWJD?

Those who side with Jews, in essence, stand against the Gospels and Jesus Christ Himself.

Christians must stand against Jews and Judaism in America.  That is what is taught in the Gospels of Jesus Christ in the New Testament.

Does America’s Independence Day teach us that violence is sometimes needed to achieve what is good?

America’s Independence Day reminds us that sometimes you have to use force (even deadly force) to achieve what you really want – independence from England, in the case of American Revolutionary War.  If Americans did not use guns and other weapons to kill English soldiers, we would not be celebrating the Independence Day, today.

Sometimes, violence is needed (or required) to achieve what is “good”.  This is the lesson of the American Revolutionary War.  Obviously, there must be people willing to die (and kill!) in a war with the enemy, in order to achieve the goal (of independence).

Independence Day shows us what people are willing to do for the earthly kingdom (government).

What should Christians who serve the True King, Jesus Christ, do to achieve the reign of Christ the King on earth?

God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.  God does not change.

God who commanded Joshua to wage war is the same God that all American Christians worship, today.

God is clearly NOT against violence. In fact, God commands violence to achieve the Kingdom of God on earth.

What does the Bible teach?