Paul wrote the letter to the Romans, some one million Jews still lived
in Judea and Jerusalem, the temple was still standing, the Roman Empire
was strong and the Book of Revelation had not yet been written. “Who
were the children of God?” This was a question being debated in the
young Christian churches throughout the Roman Empire and Paul
emphatically stated that a true child of God is a born again Jew or
Some 2,000 years later the Christian churches are faced
with Khazar Jews, descendants to vast Gentile empire which converted to
Judaism around 700 A.D. and became known as the thirteenth tribe. Does
God have a covenant with Khazar Jews? More importantly, why are we even
discussing the matter? It is necessary because most of the Zionist
founders of the political state of Israel were Khazar Jews and a large
percentage of Jews living in Israel today are descendants of the
Khazar’s. In reality, Khazar Jews are the leaders of Israel and it is
interesting that Jesus prophesied that toward the end of times,
Jerusalem would be trodden under foot by Gentiles.
How God is going to separate real descendants of Abraham
from the others? The political state of Israel was established in 1948
through murder, lies and theft by atheistic Jews that wanted nothing to
with God. Their true love was the land of Israel. There is a lot of
pressure for Christians to support this ungodly creation of the Devil.
Christian Zionists feel it is a sin not to support Israel but do you
really want to support the cradle of the Antichrist?
The First Covenant has been replaced by the Second
Covenant, which means that if Jews want to have a place in heaven, they
must come through Jesus Christ and confess him as their Messiah. The
last thing we will examine is how the First Covenant and the Land
Covenant are not one but two completely different covenants. The Land
Covenant was broken when the northern and southern kingdoms lost the
land to the Assyrians and the Babylonians, but the good news is that it
will be restored in the future.
What I have stated is not commonly taught in churches today
but it is grounded in biblical truth. You may not agree with it but I
would invite you to have an open mind and examine the Scriptures and
then decide for yourself.
Print out the sermon outline and let's examine the
Scriptures together Sunday morning at 9:00 AM PST.
Yours in Christ,
Pastor John S. Torell