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    • Simon
    • 18.09.10 | 17:05 (IST)

    The New Testament says Paul the Christian Patriarch wrote in the Gospels that when Christ is through with the gentiles He will come back to the Jews- His own like a hen that has rediscovered its chicks with fervor and that will be the wrap up for the preaching of the gospel to the nations as we all match home, the Christians who fell asleep first. Apparently the Jews will lead as the parents of the Christians, by then most of the chosen will have come to the truth. The migration time clock inbuilt in a Jew as pertains to the fear of God is obvious regardless of religiosity, nevertheless the centre holds because of the religious Jews, the present God fearing Jew for who Israel and the world enjoys relative peace. I fill humbled when l see the streets deserted, l know it is becoming warmer with blessings for the New Year. Happy and prosperous New Year the chosen all over the world.

    from the article: Israel comes to a halt for Yom Kippur fasting and atonement
    First published 18:20 17.09.10 | Last updated 18:20 17.09.10
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