by Adrian Rogers

Israel And The Bible Prophesy
Adrian Rogers

Now, I want you to take your bibles and turn with me please to Psalm 102:13 and we begin reading in verse thirteen. This is a marvelous prophesy concerning our Lord and the land of Israel The subject today is ISRAEL AND BIBLE PROPHESY. People sometimes ask me pastor, why do you keep going back to the land of Israel? I want to tell you because I love the land and I love the people of that land. love the Jewish people. They are God's chosen people. And this verse will help to express why we go to the nation Israel. Psalm 102:13. "Thou shalt arise and have mercy upon Zion, for the time to favor her, yea, the set time is come. For thy servants take pleasure in her stones and favor the dust thereof. So the heathen shall fear the name of the Lord and all of the kings of the earth thy glory. When the Lord shall build of Zion, he shall appear in his glory." Put a star by that verse, when the Lord shall build up Zion then be shall appear in his glory. That is, if we want to see when our Lord is coming in glory, we need to keep our eyes on Zion, that is, God's holy land. I go to the nation Israel for two reasons. One is love her past. I love to look back and see the land where my savior lived and walked and talked and to study the bible on location. What a blessing that is, how that causes the bible to burst a flame in your very hand. But not only do I want to see the past I want to help, I want help in understanding the present and the future because there is bible prophesy yet to be fulfilled and how real it makes it to us when we study that land. I have told you before that the Jews are God's chosen people and they are also the people of destiny. As the Jew goes so goes the world. If you want to know what God is up to in this world in this day and in this in this age, study the land of Israel and the people of that land because the Jews are God's yardstick, they are God's outline, they are God's blueprint, they are God's pr ...

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