It was All Over in 1967

No one likes to be told that they are no longer the focus – that their time has passed. Think of all the has-been rock stars that make come-back attempts – or, the empires that make last-ditch efforts to rekindle what once was.

But, when God says it’s over…

…it’s over.

And, when you say the words Last Days, that really is what you are saying. It’s over, and it’s time for the final scene. And, when I look back over the events that brought us to this point in time, I see that 1967 really was that moment in time, when The End began.


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It was All Over in 1967

After I struggled through yesterday’s articleand yes, it was a struggle – I tried to kick back a bit and listen to some interviews, while puttering about on my computer. Since I had profiled an interview by Rick Wiles, on, I thought that I’d check out the next interview. It looked like it would be interesting, and I thought that it might offer an worthwhile counterpoint to what I had written. But…

…I couldn’t finish it.

They Are Not Reading The Bible

I don’t know what’s a matter with Rick, or with the pastor he was interviewing, but one thing is clear:

They are NOT reading their Bible.

If they were reading their Bible, cover-to-cover, like they should, they wouldn’t be so appallingly ignorant of what it says. And yes, I really mean appallingly ignorant.

I like Rick Wiles. I like his fire. I like his dedication. But, he’s completely clueless when it comes to what God is doing with Israel. And, I think that the problem is that he isn’t reading the prophets of the Old Testament. He’s just reading the New Testament. And, that’s just not good enough, because most of the prophecies of the days that we are living in now, come from those prophets.

Get Israel Wrong – Get The Last Days Wrong

If you don’t know the prophecies of the Old Testament, you will NOT be ready for the Last Days. Period. You won’t know what time it is, and that describes Rick.

Earlier this month, I spoke of a verse that was 1,897 years long. That verse is this one:

And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.Luke 21:24

That verse began around February of year 70 and ended on June 7th, 1967.

Throughout those one thousand, eight hundred and ninety seven years, the Gentiles had their way with Jerusalem. It was Gentile law and a Gentile police force that controlled the city. And, the Jews were the chew-toy of every racist and psychopath in the world. They were driven from country to country and treated like second-class citizens, everywhere.

But, then came 1967, and the world turned upside down for the Jewish people. They were no longer the oppressed, but were now the conquerors – not the conquered.

I also find the way that Jesus chose His words, to be interesting. He didn’t focus on the Jews capturing Jerusalem – but of the Gentiles losing it.

Don’t you find that to be significant?

I do. And, I am witness to the fact that the Gentiles do NOT control any part of the Old City of Jerusalem. Not one inch is governed by any law other than Israeli Law. Every centimeter is governed, policed and patrolled by the Jewish State. If you break Israeli Law on the Temple Mount, you go before an Israeli judge and go to an Israeli prison.

But, people like Rick Wiles seem to think otherwise.


Is it because they don’t like the idea that the time of the Gentiles is over?

I don’t know. But, Jesus said it, so I believe it.

And no, Jesus did NOT claim that the Jews would be righteous and holy, walking in truth with God. No, He said that the Gentiles would no longer control Jerusalem.

Israel Cleansed AFTER Entering The Land

Now, for some of you, that isn’t enough evidence, so let me point you to Ezekiel 36. And, it is THIS passage that you need to pay attention to:

For I will take you from among the heathen, and gather you out of all countries, and will bring you into your own land. Then will I sprinkle clean water upon you, and ye shall be clean: from all your filthiness, and from all your idols, will I cleanse you.Ezekiel 36:24-25

My hope is that you understand the word then  – because THAT word should tell you everything that you need to know. Only AFTER the people of Israel enter the Land of Israel would God cleanse them.

Did you get that?

The order of events is this:

1. Jews enter Land of Israel

2. Jews are made clean

THAT is the order of events.

Are they clean now?

Of course not. Only through Jesus Christ will they be made clean. And the numbers of those who have been made clean are growing.

That’s right. Born-in-Israel, Hebrew-speaking, Jewish Israelis are becoming true followers of Jesus Christ in greater and greater numbers. The growth may seem small now, but one day, it will become an explosion.

But, that explosion will come when God chooses – not us. And, right now, I am more concerned for the Body of Christ.


You see, if you don’t understand Israel, you don’t know what time it is, and it is clear to me that Rick Wiles doesn’t know that we are AT the end – that we are right up against the very last few years of history.

Why do I say that?

Because he routinely entertains the possibility that there are many, many years left before the Lord comes. Yes, he DOES often indicate that the time is short, but it is clear that he doesn’t know for sure.

The Last Generation

Of course, this is perfectly understandable when you don’t understand the significance of Luke 21:24, and this verse:

So likewise ye, when ye see these things come to pass, know ye that the kingdom of God is nigh at hand. Verily I say unto you, This generation shall not pass away, till all be fulfilled.Luke 21:31-32

When you understand that those two passages fit together, hand-in-glove, you understand that the amount of time that we have left is vanishingly small. And, Rick doesn’t get it.

Furthermore, I see something interesting.

Did you know that the Petrodollar did not arise until AFTER 1967?

Did you know that our current view of Israel as a regional power didn’t happen until AFTER 1967?

Did you know that it was almost exactly 40 years AFTER June 7th, 1967 that the Financial Crisis of 2007 began?

That last one is interesting. If there is any one single event that will have launched us into the coming New World Order, it will have been THAT crisis. It’s almost as if God had been giving us forty years to put our house in order, before putting the hammer down – on us.

And no, there are no ‘coincidences’. I don’t do ‘coincidence theory’, and you shouldn’t, either.

Distorting The Bible

Furthermore, I’ve noticed something important. When you distort one part of the Bible, it distorts everything else. It makes you blind to what should be obvious.

And, such blindness is painful to listen to – as well as dangerous.

Resisting God

People like Rick Wiles are actually standing in opposition to what God is doing – a very, very dangerous thing to do.

You may not like what the Israelis are doing. That’s your choice.

But, to speak against the work of God?


You are in serious trouble if you do that. Very serious.

Repent And Get On Board With God

So, if you find yourself in such a position, repent and recover yourself. If you don’t want to embrace the work of God in Israel, that’s your choice – although, I would wonder at how true your love of the Lord is. But, at the very least, don’t resist God.

Resisting God never ends well.

But, don’t just stop at the idea of not resisting God. Go beyond that and walk WITH God. It is a far, far better thing to get on board with God, and be a part of what the Lord is doing.

I truly hope that you’ll be ready for this
(That’s a link. There’s not much time left.)

A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on, and are punished.Proverbs 22:3


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50 thoughts on “It was All Over in 1967”

  1. Hey Brother John,
    I am a Pastor and I would like to say you are right own.
    we are in the last of the last days and sad to say but true,
    most Christians are not ready for what’s ahead.
    It is time to repent, get close to God our Father…and get
    in agreement with what He is doing.
    I find so many Christians who just don’t get it, especially
    so called liberal Christians.
    This whole thing is winding down fast…but people are in
    a Anti-Christ fog, a daze, illusion of deception, God have
    Enjoy your articles. Keep up telling the truth. Will see you
    on the great and terrible Day of the Lord, as we meet Him
    in the air at the end of days.
    God bless!

  2. I get it, John. And I actually agree. But I can’t help feeling that while…yes…you toss Rick a compliment or two, your article comes across as a hit piece. Why leave the uninitiated feeling that Wiles is the poster boy for Bible misinterpretation? I said essentially this same thing in a comment to Dave Hodges last Sunday night and he refused to print it. Yet, Dave is listed in your Blogroll. Please spread around some of the blame for looking at scripture and world events through dirty lenses. I just feel badly for what is obviously a deeply caring and dedicated man of God as he at least in this piece is made to bear the entire widespread syndrome on his own shoulders.

    • Hi David Carswell,

      I understand what you are saying. However, there is a difference between Dave Hodges and Rick Wiles.

      Rick is handling the word of God and is in the position of a teacher. And, because of his scriptural error, is causing brothers and sisters in Christ to be caught in this self-same error. Worse, this error is rendering them defenseless to what is coming.

      Far, far worse, Rick’s teaching of this error is causing fellow believers to be in resistance to God Himself. THAT is a very, very serious thing. Actually, catastrophic.

      I’ve sat on this for more than a year, and would have sat on it longer, but the Spirit and the lateness of the hour compel me to speak out.

      Furthermore, those of us who preach, speak, and write about the Bible are worthy of open rebuke, should be err. You will notice that I do not shrink from such rebuke, and have been worthy of it in the past.

      And, my rebuke of Rick is an attempt to get him to change path before it is too late. We are too close to the end for such errors in judgment.

      Please understand that I do this out of care for Rick and his ministry. This is not character assassination.

      As for Dave, he isn’t in the same category at all.

      Thank you, David. I get your point. I truly wish that I was in the wrong, here.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  3. Shalom John,

    This article is good, but Messiah told His Disciples to go to the:

    Matt 10:5-7

    5 יהושע sent these twelve out, having commanded them, saying, “Do not go into the way of the gentiles, and do not enter a city of the Shomeronites, 6 but rather go to the lost sheep of the house of Yisra’ĕl. 7 “And as you go, proclaim, saying, ‘The reign of the heavens has drawn near.’

    He is speaking of the Northern 10 Tribes who after being taken into captivity, were dispersed into the nations…..they literally, after time, forgot who they were, as is our situation today….many of us could very well be of the 10 lost Tribes of Yisra’el.

    Yahuah divorced Yisra’el for whoring after false gods, and involving themselves in the very idolatry that was going on, which He told them specifically, not to do…..which is exactly what the ‘church’ is doing today….with all their crosses, statues, carved images…etc. It’s all idolatry…..and you’re right, nobody is reading or studying their scriptures, they do this because they’re not being taught properly…..their being taught to build on the “sand”, not on the “rock”….read Matt 7:24-27, the parable of the wise man, & the foolish man. Torah is the Foundation on which ALL of scripture is based, without it, you’re toast.

    Shalom & Blessings to all

    • Shalom u’Vrecha, Andrew,

      Um… Yes, Torah is the basis for the condemnation of those who don’t believe in Yeshua. So, in this, I agree.

      However, Jesus freed us from that condemnation. I’m finding a distressing number of people wanting to follow the Law, and Paul – in Galatians – is very specific in saying that this is wrong.

      Thank you, Andrew.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  4. Hi John,

    As I’ve mentioned I’m going to Palestine in December with a Christian peacemaking group to work and applying for a full time position. So this subject is fascinating to me. I’m going to reserve my thoughts on a lot of this until I get back because it’s important to have some first hand experience and actually see what is going on. But, some questions:

    1. Do you draw a distinction between Judaism and Zionism?
    2. What should the precise borders be for Israel? Do you subscribe to those in the Yinon Plan?
    3. Do you believe in dual covenant theology?
    4. Do Palestinian Arabs have a right to coexist and live peacefully in Israel? “You are to distribute this land among yourselves according to the tribes of Israel. You are to allot it as an inheritance for yourselves and for the foreigners residing among you and who have children. You are to consider them as native-born Israelites; along with you they are to be allotted an inheritance among the tribes of Israel.” Ezekiel 47:21-23

    I agree that many Christians cherry pick scripture in order to justify their beliefs. I also believe that Christians, particularly American Christian Zionists use Israel as some sort of character in their own perverse “end times” play in an effort (as if they could) to force Jesus’ return. Personally, and perhaps this is inviting rebuke, I see American Christian Zionism as the main reason for discord in that part of the world.


    • Hi David,

      The amount that I need to tell you cannot fit here, and I do not have the time or energy write all that. So, maybe I should tell you to read this book:

      O Jerusalem!

      It’s heavily footnoted and very accurate.

      I love the Palestinian people, and one lived with me for six months – because the local Palestinian Authority had tortured him and threatened to kill him, because he converted from Islam to Christianity.

      Yes, the Palestinians deserve to live in peace with Israel, but they need to earn that right by not causing trouble. They brought this on themselves, and they refuse to stop.

      And no, Christian Zionism is not the problem. The problem is the death-cult of Islam, and the evil at the heart of Palestinian leadership.

      Don’t get caught up in the propaganda, David. That never ends well.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

      PS. Read Ezekiel 36 and 37. THAT is the point.

      • John,

        I don’t get caught up in propaganda. My motto in life is “believe none of what I hear and half of what I see”. For that reason I am waiting until I get to Palestine to see for myself what is happening. I do know what I hear from colleagues and those that are involved with day to day activities over there.

        One thing I would tell you is this – I do not get caught up in when Jesus will return. It doesn’t matter to me. I think so many Christians fall into a trap where they immerse themselves in “all things prophecy” that they miss opportunities to be a witness for Christ in the present. It’s important to understand the bible and what it speaks to. However, I think you’d agree that there’s a whole lot that is open to interpretation. I have chosen not so much to ignore those parts but to simply set them aside and know that I may not understand their full meaning during my life. I also ask the following very basic questions –

        1. Does this increase or decrease my faith?
        2. Does this help me be a better witness for Jesus?
        3. How does this assist me in being a better neighbor, father, friend?
        4. Does this help me live up to the standards Jesus laid out in Matthew 5-7 (the Sermon on the Mount)?

        I have a photo on my desktop of a woman on the bank of the Mehkong River in Laos that I took in 2000. She is picking rice kernels out of the dirt to feed herself and her family. I’ve always wondered what I would say to her if I had the opportunity again as a Christian. Would I talk to her about dispensations and the rapture (or lack thereof) and eschatology? Or would I simply love her and share the good news of Jesus Christ? I think I’d choose the latter. In the end I’m certain that is what Christ would do.

        God bless you,


  5. Sigh….. I agree with you John, about what I perceive to be Rick’s position on Israel. I’ve listened to him for about 3 years now, and it seems to me that he may have a bit of animus toward Israel. Could certainly be wrong, of course.

    If there’s ONE thing I’ve learned from studying Scripture, it is the centrality of Israel: 1) a people chosen by the LORD (just as He “draws” believers to His Son), 2) as an example to the world of a people in covenant with Him (just as believers in Jesus are a people in covenant), 3) and as His example to the world, we see how the Unchanging LORD speaks to His own in terms of blessings, and in terms of discipline, refining, and His fierce anger, based upon the obedience or disobedience of His own to His Commandments.

    The ‘church’ seems to think it is above His discipline, refining, and fierce anger. The oft repeated, “we’re not under law, but under grace”, has deceived countless multitudes into thinking that because of Jesus’ sacrifice, they are above discipline in the present. There is no accounting for the distinction between individual sin AND CORPORATE SIN. The Creator judges nations and bodies of individuals in the here and now. An individual’s salvation is a concept separate from a national or corporate body of mingled salvation and corruption. Beloved Israel, as the example to the nations, demonstrated this distinction repeatedly, yet the church pays no heed to such.

    Despite Rick’s perceived perspective on Israel, his message to the church of the desperate need for repentance is completely valid. I’ve heard Rick say that attending to Israel takes one’s eyes off Jesus. I don’t agree with his position because Israel and Jesus are NOT mutually exclusive concepts (either this or that).

    As you’ve stated, and I agree, not one of us has the whole of Scripture perfectly understood. We can all look forward to the LORD’S correction in the future.

    • Hi bert,

      Well said. I too, love and respect Rick’s ministry. He has done much good for the Body of Christ, and I desire that he turn from this error, so that he would be blessed.

      I perceive that one problem might be an idolatry that he sees amongst the churches, and I’ve seen it myself. It’s a kind of worship of Israel. I believe that it comes from the error of dispensationalism.

      But, just because dispensationalists love Israel, it doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t do the same. God has a work there, and we must not resist that work.

      Thank you, Bert. Well said.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  6. Rick:

    I didn’t hear Rick Wiles interview that you reference; I don’t have the broadband allowance to permit that. Would you please explain….as I’m sure I’m not the only one who didn’t hear Rick’s program….what it was that Rick and the pastor said that you see as error?

    Thanks, and thank you for your blog.


    • Hi Kathy Lehman,

      I don’t remember the exact words, but it was another attack on the idea that God plans to bring the Jews back into a spiritual relationship with Him. And, the statements that were made in support of that were completely unscriptural.

      And, it is beyond my ability for me to tolerate unscriptural arguments – especially from someone who has been placed by God in such an important position. Everything that we say must be in accordance with what the Bible says, or we risk the wrath of God.

      Those of us who teach about the Bible receive a double blessing, if we teach rightly. But, we also receive a double curse, if we lead astray. It is a fearful thing to take up this mantle, which is why I have criticized Rick.

      I do NOT want him to suffer what will come, if he keeps promoting this unscriptural position.

      I hope that this explains my point, Kathy.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

    • Hi Mariski,

      Interesting that you should point that out. I listened to that show last night (Taiwan time), and it was a good one. I really appreciate Nathan’s humble spirit and his love of God. And Steve Quayle and the Hagmanns are wonderful brothers in Christ.

      Thank you, Mariski. Great comment.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  7. I agree with you. People do not grasp that Jerusalem is the center of all that is occurring today. To ask Why? simply read the Old Testament prophets. Such as Daniel. Satan’s defiance demands he stand in the Temple and be proclaimed God.
    And for that to happen, hell must first break loose throughout the earth. Unlike ANYTHING seen since civilization began.
    Time. Why must people TRY so hard to determine Time related to the final days? In Genesis we are told the lights in the heavens not only tell us the seasons, but are for SIGNS. Jump to Joel, and we are told that the Day of the Lord shall be when ‘day turns dark as sackclothe; and the moon blood red.’ The ONLY OTHER passage for this prophecy is found in the Revelation to John. Currently there are people who are trying to tie this ‘blood red moon’ to a natural occurrence coinciding with Jewish high days in the next 2 yrs. Though these red moons ARE signs, NONE are what is spoken of through Joel and John. Therefore, none of these moons indicate the start of the Trib. The Trib will begin when the ‘blood red moon’ appears and will be seen around the globe. Until then, as you so clearly emphasize, it is the duty of ALL Christians to be prepared. And that includes keeping your bug-out-bag with you at ALL times. AND JESUS DID TELL US THIS. I encourage all who read this site to stop, and pray. ASK God to guide you. ASK God to let the Holy Spirit touch you. For John is not wasting time reaching out to us all. Before the Day of the Lord comes, we shall experience ‘things’ our worst nightmares cannot compare to.

    • Hi Jim,

      Well said.

      Just be careful about putting too much emphasis on the Blood Moons. I’m not saying that they aren’t signs, but the prophecy that you refer to in Joel seems to point to a cataclysm so awful that it kicks so much dust into the air, that the moon turns red, and the sun goes brown-ish – like sackcloth.

      However, your point about taking all of this to the Lord is your most important point of all. It is only through His direction and intervention that we have ANY hope.

      I, myself, am driven on by this, and whatever good may come from what I write is due only to His direct intervention. God be praised that this truly foolish writer was woken up in time to write about what he sees.

      Thank you, Jim. Great comment.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  8. Hey…you and Rick need to talk and then be on his show after you both come to some agreement. Both of you are respected but I feel you should have spoken to Rick first. He has vast knowledge too and it may differ from yours. Each of you can help each other. Putting both of your heads together would be more beneficial to all Christians. We are all in the wilderness and do not need good guys beating on other good guys. Please work it out privately and come to some agreement for the benefit of all of us.

    • Hi Carl,

      I did try to work this out with Rick, multiple times, more than a year ago. Others said that they would try to change his mind, but obviously without success. I really have done my best to take the Biblical approach as outlined by Jesus in the Book of Matthew.

      Those of us who teach doctrine, as Rick does (and I do), are required to submit to public criticism if we are wrong. It is a fearful thing to mishandle the word of God. And, it would be wrong for me to not speak against it, when I see it – as long as I have first sought to confront privately.

      I have done this.

      We’ll see what happens.

      I want Rick’s ministry to be blessed, especially since it HAS been a blessing to the Body of Christ. But, to resist the work of God in Israel… well …it is to invite the wrath of God. There is no place for error with the lateness of the hour.

      I hope that this answers your points, Carl.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  9. i hear you now loud and clear. glad to see you making the way homeward friend. i was worried there for a while but you have come around well.
    i understand how your thinking and it is headed in the right direction. if we take a closer look the women became willing to stand on their own after ww2 and this was one of the biggest mistakes i see them making. that lead to the break down of the family, which must be real hard on GOD to watch. he loves his family, but this place was meant to teach us, it seem as if only a very few are learning. there is nothing wrong with making a mistake, there is something wrong with not correcting it and asking for forgiveness. so we can look back a bit more to see the whole picture. i understand from where it is you stand.
    once the two witnesses beat back the ac and his false prophet you will see the JEWS come to Jesus like never before. remember don’t wait on great miracles because the evil one will have many, watch for great truth backed up with the power of the MOST HIGH.

  10. Have your read the book “The End of America”? It talks about one man’s theory that the US is the daughter of Babylon mentioned in the Bible. He agrees with you that we should all flee, and his theory has many facets but basically says to go somewhere to Central or South America based on abortion and various things. I am just curious what your thoughts may be.

    • Hi Jess,

      I know John Price well, and consider him to be a personal friend. I knew him from way back in the 1980s.

      I agree with much (if not all) of what he says. I waver over the issue of whether America is Mystery Babylon, the woman who rides the Beast. I call her Beast Rider, and I see evidence that also points to the Vatican. But, it’s hard to be firm on this.

      Whatever the case, I wholeheartedly echo his call for everyone to get OUT of the US.

      John and Cathy are great people who have taken their own advice and gotten out.

      Thank you, Jess.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  11. For I will take you from among the heathen, and gather you out of all countries, and will bring you into your own land. Then will I sprinkle clean water upon you, and ye shall be clean: from all your filthiness, and from all your idols, will I cleanse you. – Ezekiel 36:24-25
    Are you aware of Barry Chamish work? What if God didn’t bring the Jews to the land? What if the “Tranfer Agreement” did? I realize God uses circumstances, I just wondered if you had an opinion. What if the “NWO” set up the return to the land to deceive us. Maybe that prophecy is future, yet still.

    • Hi Norma,

      I’ve heard of some of Barry’s claims, and I don’t treat them seriously. Yes, there might be Khazars among Israelis, but that shouldn’t matter.

      God knows who are the ‘real Jews’ and who aren’t. If nothing else, we can point to the Israeili Jews of Iraq, Morocco, Tunisia and Iran as examples of Jews who are demonstrably NOT Khazars.

      So, ignore the Khazar Heresy. God didn’t ask for us to do a DNA test. He just asked us to observe and obey.

      Having said that, Israelis HAVE done DNA testing and found a common DNA link back to Israel.

      I hope that answers your question, Norma.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  12. Dear John,
    I came to believe a long time ago that the Bible revolved around Israel & God & not around America. But, I wouldn’t say that Rick & Most of American Christians don’t Read their Bible but, they do not Interpret it correctly. I believe they are sincere Christians going to Heaven, they just don’t understand Everything as well as they Believe they do. But they do have knowledge I don’t have, just like you have knowledge & understanding they don’t have. I am trying to learn from All Believers, & God is trying to get me be more patient with all of His Children. Keep focused on God & Keep doing what God told you to do. Thanks for your insight.

    • Hi Darryl,

      Rick has made a valuable contribution to the Body of Christ, otherwise I would not have reached out to him privately over a year ago.

      But, I have a responsibility towards God to speak the truth, in public – if a teacher will not listen in private.

      I pray that Rick will hear this criticism and repent of this error. There is little time left.

      Thank you, Darryl. Criticizing Rick gives me no pleasure.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  13. Good read John … but what about the temple mount? It is still in the hands (control) of a gentile (non-Hebrew) people, Muslims? Does not the piece of real estate need to be taken back too ?

    • Hi JdT,

      But, it IS under control of Israel.

      Why do you think otherwise?

      Again, listen closely. There is no other law in effect on the Temple Mount – than Israeli Law.

      If you violate Israeli Law on the Temple Mount, you go to and Israeli Court and an Israeli prison.

      Please. That is a VITAL point. There is NO GENTILE LAW that applies ANYWHERE in the city of Jerusalem. It is ALL Israeli Law. All of it.

      False teachers are trying to distort the words of Jesus, and it must stop – if you are to understand the Last Days.

      Thank you, JdT, for giving me the opportunity to reinforce the message.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

      • ok John, my mistake … I was under the impression that the temple mount was under the control of the Muslims because of the ‘Dome of the rock’ being there & they do not allow any Jew near it or the mount? Can you clarify that for me (us) ? — thanx, JdT

        • Hi JdT,

          First of all, I’ve seen Jews up there all the time, myself.

          Then, there’s this picture:

          Israeli police officers walk in front of the Dome of the Rock, on the Temple Mount.

          Those are Jewish, Israeli Police officers.

          And then, there’s this guy:

          There’s no rule against Jews going up on the Temple Mount. None.

          The only rule is that you shouldn’t cause a riot. The Israeli government doesn’t want riots.

          I hope that clarifies things for you, JdT.

          Yours in Christ,

          John Little

          • great, thanks John … again, I & we have been mis-informed about Jerusalem — thanks for the correction — In Messiah Yeshua – JdT

  14. The land of Israel is now occupied by those of the House of Judah along with gentles. The House of Israel is yet to return to the land of Israel. Many fail to realize that while all Jews are Israelites, not all Israelites are Jews.

    When Yahweh addresses Israel or Jacob, He is addressing the main tribe of the House of Israel which is Ephraim. Today the tribe of Ephraim dwells in the United States along with representatives of all the other tribes.

    These other tribes also have countries that are mostly made up of their fellow countrymen though they also have gentles residing with them.

    The United States is also Babylon today, or more accurately the daughter of Babylon. True Israel (Ephraim) dwells among them. They are composed of Anglo Saxons which are not gentles. Any white person in the states are not gentles.

    In the very near future Babylon (America) will fall and will take down the remaining House of Israel tribes along with it as they are closely connected (Canada, New Zealand, Australia), etc.

    So when you now read prophecy with the word Israel/Jacob in the context, understand to whom Yahweh is directing His comments.

    • Hi Whiteknight777,

      Unfortunately, you haven’t provided any scriptural evidence to back up your claims. Furthermore, God spoke of having merged the other ten tribes INTO Judah, so that their identification would be of Judah – even though they might have been of other tribes.

      Here is the passage:

      Moreover, thou son of man, take thee one stick, and write upon it, For Judah, and for the children of Israel his companions: then take another stick, and write upon it, For Joseph, the stick of Ephraim and for all the house of Israel his companions:

      And join them one to another into one stick; and they shall become one in thine hand. And when the children of thy people shall speak unto thee, saying, Wilt thou not shew us what thou meanest by these? Say unto them, Thus saith the Lord God; Behold, I will take the stick of Joseph, which is in the hand of Ephraim, and the tribes of Israel his fellows, and will put them with him, even with the stick of Judah, and make them one stick, and they shall be one in mine hand. – Ezekiel 37:16-19

      I’m sorry, WK, but without evidence, I cannot agree with you.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  15. For I will take you from among the heathen, and gather you out of all countries, and will bring you into your own land. Then will I sprinkle clean water upon you, and ye shall be clean: from all your filthiness, and from all your idols, will I cleanse you. – Ezekiel 36:24-25

    John, good article, but Yah is referring to Israel here, all 12 tribes, not just Judah and Benjamin. In James 1:1 he states that all 12 tribes are in despersion. There are true Yehudim in the land but the “Jews” who are running things now are from the synagogue of satan as stated in Revelation.

    The majority of people believe in error that when Israel is mentioned it means only the Jews, but on the contrary – Israel is all 12 tribes and He will gather them all back at His appropriate time.

    Love your work and blessings to you and yours,


    • Hi Bonnie,

      Unfortunately, you didn’t read far enough. Here’s this verse:

      Say unto them, Thus saith the Lord God; Behold, I will take the stick of Joseph, which is in the hand of Ephraim, and the tribes of Israel his fellows, and will put them with him, even with the stick of Judah, and make them one stick, and they shall be one in mine hand. – Ezekiel 37:19

      God prophesied that He would combine all the tribes of Israel into one.

      It is vital that we do our best to follow the will of the Lord, and not our own. It should be very clear to everyone, what the will of the Lord is, right now.

      Thank you, Bonnie.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little

  16. Romans 11:25. and genesis 48:19 Manasseh = a multitude of nations = fullness of Gentiles= the Church?

    The Jewish people today are descended from all 12 tribes because like you say, people from the northern 10 tribes moved south when the kingdom was divided.

    but also, God sowed remnants of the northern tribes all over the world where they lost their identity as Israelite. God said he would make Manasseh “a multitude of nations ” nations plural. God is not a liar. where are these multitude of nations? I think they are hiding in plain sight. we call them the fulless of the Gentiles in the New Testament.

    All the promises that God made to The Jews will surely be fulfilled -to the Jews- no matter what because God is not a liar. but somehow the two sons of Joseph’s egyptian wife are in on the deal in a special way so to speak , also.

    as far as the broken stick I think the Jews are Judah and the church is israel- not in a replacement theology way- and the stick will be joined as one stick. the Jews and the church.

  17. and to tell you the truth, I think believers are supposed to move to the “disputed territories” to live, I think the land is waiting for them, I think that will be part of the two broken pieces being made into one stick. the Jews need believers and believers need the Jews.

    • Hi susan,

      I think that you are right.

      Having lived in Israel for 15 years, I consider it my home, and I very much want to go back. But, I am waiting upon the Lord’s direction for this.

      So, I agree with you. And, it’s wonderful that you have a heart for Israel.

      Keep up the good work, Susan. I hope to see you in Jerusalem, one day.

      Yours in Christ,

      John Little


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