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UNITED WITH ISRAEL

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 Israel is a Miracle Nation because of its formation; and when we stand with Israel, we are standing with God’s prophetic plan.

Israel was not born in 1948. It was born in the heart of God and revealed to Abraham many years before the birth of Isaac. God made a blood covenant with Abraham that the land of Canaan would be given to Abraham’s seed through Isaac. (Genesis 15:18) As part of that vision, God told Abraham that for 400 years his seed would be strangers in a land that did not belong to them. (Genesis 15:13) The seed of Abraham from Isaac spent 400 years in Egypt before Moses led them out, and Israel, the nation, was born!

 "And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee: and in thee shall all families of the earth be blessed   Genesis 12:3

Let us encourage you to take 3 minutes to refresh your soul and see the beauty of uniting with the Hebrew tribes.  Watch the Rabbi's dance closely and tell us what it looks like.  The music is an original song written by Chari Bouse, the Wind Flute used was made by our Mohawk Brother Jonathan Maracle:

Ancient Hebrew Meditation

 By Rabbi Wolf Brother Brody,  Music by Grandmother White Eagle






CUFI

Christians United For Israel

 

  

Is your church supporting Israel? 

If not, click
here to see why they should! 

As The World Turns...Against Israel from MaozIsrael

"...However, Israel is not only increasingly appreciative of evangelical Christians, but is increasingly anxious about the all-out anti-Semitic war now being perpetrated by some liberal branches of Christianity and their Palestinian associates.   For example, one third of the Anglican’s church statements on human rights issues have been aimed at Israel, whereas, nations such as China, North Korea, Syria or Saudi Arabia who have intolerable human rights records have never even been mentioned.

In the last couple of years, many liberal churches have initiated anti-Israel campaigns - that is, they have resolved to withdraw investments from companies owned by Israelis, or that even do business with Israeli companies, and these churches suggest that all of their members do the same.  A few years ago,  a Presbyterian committee accused megacompanies such as Caterpillar, Citigroup and Motorola of contributing to the “ongoing violence that plagues Israel and Palestine,” and pledged to use the church’s multimillion-dollar stock holdings in the businesses to pressure them to stop.  The church has about 2.4 million members." (Ibid., 7July05)

  

Following the example of  the  Presbyterian Church U.S.A.,   the  World Council of Churches,   the United Methodist Church,   the Episcopal Church  and the  Anglican Church have all suggested divestment from Israel in the past years. (Ibid.)

  

The Full Good News – No Replacements

If have never heard of the term “Replacement Theology” you are in good company.  Many  believers  in  the body   of Christ today  have  never  heard this phrase yet they are submitting to the leadership of a church that has adopted this doctrine. 

Replacement Theology was introduced to the Church shortly after Gentile leadership took over from Jewish leadership. From this doctrine Christian anti-Semitism grew and has infected the Church for nearly 1,900 years. 

 What Replacement Theology Teaches

The Jewish people are now no longer a "chosen people." In fact, they are no different from any other group, such as the English, Spanish, or Africans.  

  1. Apart from repentance, the new birth, and incorporation into the Church, the Jewish people have no future, no hope, and no calling in the plan of God. The same is true for every other nation and group

    The promises, covenants and blessings ascribed to Israel in the Bible have been taken away from the Jews and given to the Church, which has superseded them. However, the Jews are subject to the curses found in the Bible, as a result of their sins and rejection of Christ.

In short, this says that the Christian Church has replaced the Jews and their significance in God’s Master plan for His people.  Click on Error of Replacement Theology for a complete list of scriptures that have been taken out of context to support this theory.

Replacement theology has been the fuel that has energized medieval anti-Semitism, Eastern European pogroms, the Holocaust and contemporary disdain for the modern state of Israel.

What does this have to do with the Native Indians of this country?

When the white settlers first came to this country they found the Natives worshipping what they thought were pagan gods.  The settlers’ ignorance of the Old Testament prevented them from seeing that the worship ceremonies were actually very Mosaic.  Most assumed them savage heathens that needed to be run off the land.  A few educated Christians did take note of the similarities.  One was an 18th century explorer, trader and researcher, James Adair from London, author of “History of the American Indians” who spent 40 years among the Cherokees, wrote a book named Out of the Flame, listing 23 hard proofs why he believed the Cherokees were descended from Israel.  Our friends from Jerusalem agree that we are indeed one of the lost tribes of Israel. 

The native people of America suffered the same curses that the Jews have suffered through out history.  The Trail of Tears and what happened in Gaza during the month of August, 2005 are the same curse.  

The Jews still have their Covenant of Abraham.  God did not change His mind and cancel the old contract.  Hebrews 8:13 says "In that He says, "A new covenant," He has made the first obsolete. Now what is becoming obsolete and growing old is ready to vanish away.  This says the old covenant is ready to vanish - but has not vanished yet.  This is not supporting duel covenant theology, we are "grafted" into the fig tree (Israel).  If a tree is strong by it self there is no need for "grafting".   Our Blood Covenant with Jesus is the everlasting Covenant - Selah.

“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness” II Timothy 3:16  

In this scripture the Apostle Paul is giving instructions to the young minister Timothy.  Notice it says all scripture is good for reproof, correction and instruction in right standing with God.   What scripture was he talking about?  What we know as the New Testament had not been written yet!  He was talking about the Old Testament.  

God did not make a mistake with His Chosen people.  He calls the nation of Israel the “ Apple of His eye  Deut 32:10;  Ps 17:18; Prov 7:2; La 2:18; Zec 2:8.  KJV

The message translation of Zechariah 2:8 puts easy for all English speaking people to understand: " God-of-the-Angel-Armies, the One of Glory who sent me on my mission, commenting on the godless nations who stripped you and left you homeless, said, "Anyone who hits you, hits me - bloodies my nose, blackens my eye.

Is the New Testament anti-Semitic? Was it Intended That the Church Treat the Jewish People with contempt?   ABSOLUTELY NOT!

While the New Testament has been used by Gentile anti-Semites, even within the Church, the writers of the New Testament were Jewish!  The clear teaching of the New Testament is that the Church was and is to love and honor the Jewish people. In Ephesians 2:11-18, we are told that "by the blood of Messiah," we Gentiles are "made near" to the commonwealth of Israel, the covenants, promises and hopes given to Israel.

In Romans 11:11-12, 25, we are told that "blindness in part" has come to the Jews so that the message would be forced out into the nations. Nevertheless, we are told that a time would come when "all Israel would be saved" (v. 26), because the gifts and callings of God towards Israel and the Jewish people were given without repentance (v. 29). God's relationship with Israel and the Jewish people is everlasting!

There are 77 references to Israel in the NT and none of them refer to the Church. Try replacing the words, "the Church," where Israel is mentioned and the passage is rendered unreadable and silly, e.g., Rom. 10:1, "Brethren, my heart's desire and prayer to God for Israel is that they might be saved." If you put "the Church" where Israel is mentioned, then it is redundant. The Church is the body of saved believers, so how could Paul's prayer be for the Church to be saved?

In Psalms 122 we are told to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.  The word peace comes from the Jewish word “Shalom” which also means wholeness – not divided.  Why should we pray for the wholeness of this city?   Let’s look at Psalm 122:6-9.  The Holman Christian Standard translation says it clearly: Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: May those who love you prosper;  may there be peace within your walls, prosperity within your fortresses.;  Because of my brothers and friends, I will say, "Peace be with you,”  Because of the house of the Lord our God, I will seek your good.”  

In short, to love and pray for Israel is to prosper.  Not just for you but for your family and friends!     That is why this ministry will always stand for, stand by and pray for Israel!

Shalom Shalom

Rev. Chari Bouse


Are American Indians, a lost tribe of Israel?

From Rabbi Lazer Brody:

18th century explorer, trader and researcher, James Adair from London, author of History of the American Indians who spent 40 years among the Cherokees, wrote a book names Out of the Flame, listing 23 hard proofs why he believed the Cherokees were descended from Israel.  Among other things, the Cherokees were fiercely monotheistic who observed the Ten Commandments to the letter.  Harvard professor Barry Fell cites an ancient carving of the Ten Commandments in North America as further proof, another subscriber to the lost tribe theory.  Rabbi Marvin Tokayer, former USAF Chaplain and prominent Jewish historian, also holds that the Indians of the Americas are descendants of Northern Israel’s seafaring tribes. Dan and Zevulun.  The additional list is long and exhaustive. 
Even so, I wasn’t really convinced until I started learning some Cherokee language.  Examine the following table (with thanks to the Cherokees of powersource.com in California for their help):

English

Cherokee

Hebrew

camel

Ge'mili

gamal

dog

Qi'li

qelev

egg

We'tsi

betsa

mosquito

To'si

yetosh

turtle

Du'si

tsav

The Lord

Adon'vido

adonoi

tree

atsina

etz

As you can see, the phonetic similarities are astounding.

Why did America persecute the Indians?  What does the common background suffering of the Cherokees and the Jews teach us about the future?  (click here to go to Rabbi Brody's website for more information on this subject)

  

 A Tribute to Grandmother White Eagle 



 

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