1. Don’t overlook some of the “fine print” in verse 37: “Thus says the LORD, “If the heavens above can be measured, And the foundations of the earth searched out below, Then I will also cast off all the offspring of Israel FOR ALL THAT THEY HAVE DONE,” declares the LORD.

    All the old sins would be forgiven and forgotten. But what about future acts of disobedience?

    All of God’s promises would have been fulfilled; they were firm right up to the time when Israel rejected and crucified the Son of God, which brought on the VENGEANCE OF OUR GOD in AD70, the end of the covenant, and actually opened the way of salvation of Gentiles.

  2. Leonardo

    Hi Joel,

    What has blown my mind is a study of the Book of Esther in the JewishEncyclopedia. They say that it is FARCE, a type of comedy that the down-trodden create to bolster their image. Now I’m asking, “How much more FARCE is included in the Old Testament”?

    I once asked a Christian,

    “What did the woman in Judges 19:25 die from”?

    I haven’t heard anything back.


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