The Chosen People blessing is obvious just looking at the map. I was just entertaining myself by looking as Israel, and places within this morning. Then I noticed, at the borders between Gaza and Israel, the West Bank and Israel, even the Golan Heights and Israel, there is a clear color difference between the homeland of the Chosen People and the surrounding people.
On my 4K iMac screen, Google Maps shows this clearly. It’s clear on my iPad and iPhone, also. I made the little capture and outlined some of the obvious places. But it doesn’t show it so clearly. On the map, on my screens, Israel looks like it’s in full color. The surrounding Muslim lands seem to be greyed out. But if you look closely, you can see that they simply do not take care of their land. I used to see the same thing with reservations in New Mexico. Though that difference is disappearing—probably due to the casino money. Most of the places where the full color crosses the old Armistice line, it’s because there is an Israeli settlement on the Muslim side.
With the Lord blessing the Land so obviously, now when Israelis are mostly non-believers, can you even imagine the differences in the millennium? It’ll be fun to check that out. Of course, the non-believers will be gone—at least at the start of the millennium. But just the major river of blessed water running from the fourth temple to the formerly Dead Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea will transform large areas of land.
The Chosen People blessing is obvious just looking at the map—now!
I should probably add this post to the new free book, Here comes King Jesus! Just email me if you want a PDF that is actually typeset and much more readable. As I’ve been researching the changes to the earth during the final seven years, I’ve gotten really excited. I’ve even gotten a report that someone has turned back to the Lord because of the booklet. Please pray for its effectiveness.