Thought for today November 6: Jews coming with fear unto Jehovah and to His goodness in these latter days

Hosea 3 tells us about God loving His People Israel, even though many of them look to other gods and love flagons of wine or raisin cakes (Hosea 3:1).

About God His people we do know they, as the prophesies spoke about them, were going to live many days without king or prince, them waiting to find peace in their own Promised Land. For centuries, they would be under pressure and many people would try to get them away from their own faith, hoping that they would convert to the false faith and worshipping false gods.

The children of Israel abided many days without a sacrifice, without an image, without an ephod [technical term for part of the priest’s clothes], and without teraphim, family idols or household gods. Throughout the ages there have always been faithful people to the Only One True God of Israel and others who returned seeking the “Lord their God”, the Most Almighty Elohim Hashem Jehovah.

Coming closer to the Latter Days we also can see that there is more unrest in the Jewish community, having many opinions and arguments between non-believing Jews (or atheists), very conservative and more progressive Jews as well as seeking Jews, wondering if it can not be possible that the Nazarene Jeshua is HaMoshiach or the Messiah, Jesus Christ. This makes that many  come with fear unto Jehovah and to His goodness in these latter days as prophesied. (Hosea 3:4-5)

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Additional reading

  1. The people God chooses
  2. Israel – God’s chosen people
  3. People of Israel were God’s kingdom in the past
  4. God’s people include both Jews and non-Jews

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