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    • John Isenhower
    • 31.03.10 | 03:01 (IDT)

    Abraham and Jacob were told that those who accepted the Messiah, both their biological and adopted descendants, would inherit the Holy Land including Jerusalem. Enoch I, one of Adam's righteous black descendants, built Salem (the forerunner of Jerusalem) as a tribute to his white grandfather, Adam. Earlier, Adam and Eve were also told about the coming of the Messiah, and were given the Holy Land as consolation for losing the Garden of Eden, after they had repented. Thus, white, black and brown who believe in the Messiah have rights to this Land which is much larger than the borders of present Israel. Ishmael and his mother did not affirm the Messiah and were driven from the Holy Land, and after they repented, were given Principalities in the Middle East including the oil rich lands of Arabia. Presently, true Israelites, those who belive in the Messiah of Israel, called Jesus Christ in English, have the right to rule extended Israel. There is enough Land and enough wealth for all.

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    First published 20:41 30.03.10 | Last updated 08:31 31.03.10
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