Letter to the Jews - To the Firstborn Children
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LETTER TO the JEWS - TO the FIRSTBORN CHILDREN
To the Firstborn Children of non-firstborn Children:
Jewish brothers, we loved, we praised, and we blessed the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; and we are thankful for the children of Israel, the firstborn children of God, who have taught us that we also are children of the Father; that we are its non-firstborn children. “Then you will say to Pharaoh: This is what the LORD says: Israel is my firstborn son’ ” (Exo 4:22)
We know by the Law that the peace will come first to Israel, when the pact is fulfilled:” If you follow my decrees and are careful to obey my commands, I will send you the seasonal rains. The land will then yield its crops, and the trees of the field will produce their fruit. Your threshing season will overlap with the grape harvest, and your grape harvest will overlap with the season of planting grain. You will eat your fill and live securely in your own land. I will give you peace in the land, and you will be able to sleep with no cause for fear. I will rid the land of wild animals and keep your enemies out of your land.” (Lev 26:3 - 6)
We await with true affection, that in Israel the pact is fulfilled, because that is also the total peace and prosperity that we want and hope for all nations.
Inasmuch as possible, the non-firstborn children would like to help finish fulfilling the pact. There are many destitute children of God in Israel with an urgent need for clothing, shelter, and other necessities. The outcry to God from some from its children subjected to discriminatory treatment, as well as the outcry of anyone of its children, in the promised Earth is that the Pact has not been fulfilled. The Gentleman of the Armies with its Children of Moses and the chosen town seek to fulfill the pact.
According to Jewish wisdom, total peace may only be obtained with the mercy of God. And with reason the prophet Isaiah communicates from the Gentleman of the Armies, to conduct or to seed battles of kindness and mercy, so that Israel may harvest the infinite mercy of its Highest Father, to obtain the peace.
We have learned by the word of God, that leaves Jerusalem, that our Father, by love, every day sends the light to us of His mercy; but the dark clouds of egoism, indifference and discrimination, that cover our heads do not allow us to totally catch and to take advantage of His infinite mercy. In order to clear those dark clouds, the wise Jewish prophet says to us, we must become merciful with our brothers and soon we will receive and take advantage of the total mercy God. “God blesses those who are merciful for they will be shown mercy.” (Mat 5:7)
By mouth of the prophet Isaiah, God synthesized the necessary thing so that the town of Israel fulfilled the pact. And this it is part of the poem that the prophet pronounced, to the selected town as a light to humanity:
“They come to the temple every day and seem delighted to learn all about me. They act like a righteous nation that would never abandon the laws of its God. They ask me to take action on their behalf, pretending they want to be near me. ‘We have fasted before you!’ they say. ‘Why aren’t you impressed? We have been very hard on ourselves, and you don’t even notice it!’ “I will tell you why!” I respond. It’s because you are fasting to please yourselves. Even while you fast, you keep oppressing your workers. What good is fasting when you keep on fighting and quarreling? This kind of fasting will never get you anywhere with me. You humble yourselves by going through the motions of penance, bowing your heads like reeds bending in the wind. You dress in burlap and cover yourself with ashes. Is this what you call fasting? Do you really think this will please the Lord? No, this is the kind of fasting I want: Free those who are wrongly imprisoned; lighten the burden of those who work for you. Let the oppressed go free, and remove the chains that bind people. Share your food with the hungry, and give shelter to the homeless. Give clothes to those who need them, and do not hide from relatives who need your help. Then your salvation will come like the dawn, and your wounds will quickly heal. Your godliness will lead you forward, and the glory of the Lord will protect you from behind. Then when you call, the Lord will answer. ‘Yes, I am here,’ he will quickly reply. Remove the heavy yoke of oppression. Stop pointing your finger and spreading vicious rumors! Feed the hungry and help those in trouble. Then your light will shine out from the darkness, and the darkness all around you will be as bright as noon. The Lord will guide you continually, giving you water when you are dry and restoring your strength. You will be like a well-watered garden, like an ever-flowing spring. Some of you will rebuild the deserted ruins of your cities. Then you will be known as a rebuilder of walls and a restorer of homes.” (Isa 58:2 - 12)
With this direction, in many nations, we are promoting the actions of mercy indicated by the prophet Isaiah; offering to God while asking for mercy to obtain peace in the nation of Israel. The blow of grace against the egoism, the indifference and the discrimination, will be the one that give the first-born Earth children received by Joshua, and soon will obtain the sceptre of the peace.
Then, the other nations, when seeing the peace and prosperity of Israel, we will understand with the heart, and not only in the understanding, the lessons of Moses: “Look, I now teach you these decrees and regulations just as the Lord my God commanded me, so that you may obey them in the land you are about to enter and occupy. Obey them completely, and you will display your wisdom and intelligence among the surrounding nations. When they hear all these decrees, they will exclaim, ‘How wise and prudent are the people of this great nation!’” (Deu 4:5 - 6).
And when, as it is written, the mount of the House of the Gentleman is established as head of mounts; and we raise many towns, so that Israel teaches to us about its ways and we walk in its footpaths; we asked our brothers the firstborn to them, that, to all travelling, foreign and the resident ones; as always, they treat to us like true brothers. To thus the Gentleman commanded it:
“You must not oppress foreigners. You know what it is like to be a foreigner, for you yourselves were once foreigners in the land of Egypt.” (Éxo 23:9)
“Do not take advantage of foreigners who live among you in your land”. (Lev 19:33)
“Treat them like native-born Israelites, and love them as you love yourself. Remember that you were once foreigners living in the land of Egypt, I am the Lord your God”. (Lev 19:34)
“And if any foreigners visit you or live among you and want to present a special gift as a pleasing aroma to the Lord, they must follow these same procedures” (Num 15:14)
“Native-born Israelites and foreigners are equal before the Lord and are subject to the same decrees. This is a permanent law for you, to be observed from generation to generation”. (Num 15:15)
“Look, I now teach you these decrees and regulations just as the Lord my God commanded me, so that you may obey them in the land you are about to enter and occupy”. (Deu 4:5)
The peace is closer in the nation of Israel than in any other nation, because the Jews have the faith in the Law of Zion and the prophets and in the promises of God. They have the Law in everyday consciousness, and written with letters of its soul in the western wall of the esplanade of the temple. And when the Law of Zion and the prophets are also in the heart of the Jewish town, then, God no longer will listen plus a complaint of forgetfulness, indifference or I mistreat of no of its children, natural, foreign or resident, in the engaged Earth; when no longer it has plus a outcry of hunger or cold, or lack of ceiling, in the Earth that gave to its son Abraham; then the torch of the Messiah of God in Jerusalem will ignite, to illuminate to the world. And the Golden Door will be opened, to let soon pass the mercy of God that will cover with its golden light from peace to Israel, and to all the corners of the world. And: “The Lord will mediate between nations and will settle international disputes. They will hammer their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will no longer fight against nation, nor train for war anymore.” (Isa 2:4)
Jerusalem, December of 2017
**portions translated using the New Living Translation of the Bible.
***translated by: Adam Opacki
Correlated to prevent The Great Tribulation : "The 70 Armies of God" http://www.renacelaverdad.com/es/the-70-armies-of-god