Israel, Arabs And The Middle East In Light Of Prophetical Scriptures (2 of 4) by Jesse Hendley
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of the prophetical Scriptures (2 of 4)
ISRAEL, ARABS, AND THE MIDDLE EAST
The Radio Evangelistic News January-February 1974
Jesse M. Hendley
Israel, the Arabs, and the Middle East in the light
of the prophetical Scriptures!
The first message in this series, which I brought to
you the last time, brought to your attention Isaiah
19 where we learned that out of the Middle East is
coming the world's greatest blessing, when Egypt and
Israel and Assyria will all be converted unto God.
Egypt will be speaking the language of Canaan, which
is Hebrew! And instead of these nations being at war
with one another, in that day they will be
peacefully working together in blessing. Out of the
Middle East will come the greatest blessings the
world has ever known, and the Lord will say,
"Blessed be Egypt, My people; Assyria, the work of
My hands; and Israel, Mine inheritance." Instead of
Israel and the Arabs being at each other’s throats,
they will be at peace and become a blessing to the
This will take place when Jesus comes again, and out
of Jerusalem and the Middle East will come the Word
of God, glowing out over the entire earth, and the
knowledge of the Lord shall cover the earth as the
waters cover the sea. These three---Egypt, Israel
and the nation now occupying the land once occupied
by Assyria---will be a blessing to the entire world
when Jesus rules over this world in the Millennium.
Israel, Trodden Down
But, first, I am sorry to say; there is coming a
time of agony. According to the Scriptures, before
earth's greatest blessing will come earth's greatest
agony. Israel is going to be trodden down until the
times of the Gentiles be fulfilled. Jesus Himself
said this in Luke 21:24: "Jerusalem shall be trodden
down of the Gentiles until the times of the Gentiles
"Times of the ...
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