by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
Message given February 1983
Zechariah 12:9

Four verses comprise our text in which God says that
all nations are coming against the nation of Israel.

All Nations to Battle

These references are found in the Book of Zechariah.
First, in chapter 12 and verse 9, we have, “And it
shall come to pass in that day, that I will seek to
destroy all the nations that come against Jerusalem.”
All of the nations are coming against Jerusalem. It
doesn't say some of them, or a fraction of them, but
ALL OF THEM! We can always take God at his Word, for
unlike men, God never lies and never is extravagant. He
always says exactly and precisely what He means.

Our remaining three Scripture verses are found in the
fourteenth chapter of Zechariah. Verse 2, "For I will
gather all nations against Jerusalem to battle";
verse 12, “And this shall be the plague wherewith the
Lord will smite all the people that have fought
against Jerusalem,” and verse 16, “And it shall come
to pass that everyone that is left of all the nations
which came against Jerusalem.”

When it is said that "all nations against Jerusalem"
and "all peoples against Jerusalem," we have the very
plain language of these four verses.

Israelis Into West Bank

We remember the accord made at Camp David, USA, when
former President Carter, Prime Minister Begin and
former President Sadat developed the peace plan between
the Arab world and Israel. We notice how President
Reagan's administration has continued the plan
envisioned by Mr. Carter that Israel will give over the
West Bank to the Palestinians.

I would like to call your attention to this most recent
newspaper article from Israeli occupied West Bank: "It
is quite a deal! For less than $20,000 a young Jewish
couple can buy a spacious three-bedroom house in this
fledgling private sector settlement ten miles south of
Jerusalem. This is one-fourth the ...

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