If we do not look at God’s clock, we do not know what time it is obvious that 21st century Christians are no longer taking the time to read the Bible like the Christians of the 20th century. And this is undoubtedly one of the reasons why there is such a lack of knowledge (not only about Israel but also about other topics). Christians who experienced the rebirth of the state of Israel in 1948 and the reunification of Jerusalem in 1967 were able to link with what they read in the Bible and rejoiced! If this were to happen now, most Christians would not be able to make the connection. Moreover, it must be admitted that the “politically correct” prevailing in our society and the fear of offending someone, make most pastors/teachers no longer daring to approach this subject because, as I was told already said, “it is a subject that creates divisions.” Then yes,
What Happens To Our Youth And What Is The Urgency Of The Hour According To You? Is There Something Missing In The “Full Gospel”?
For the young Christian, the subject of Israel is directly related to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict because, again, he does not base his opinion on his Bible but on what the journalists or other young people say. Few young people (but there are some!) Who have taken the trouble to read their Bible and listen to another speech that anti-Israeli propaganda with which we are drenched every day … The urgency is that “Israel is the clock of God,” but if we do not look at this clock (in a biblical and eschatological perspective), we will not know what time it is, and we risk missing the appointment of God. If one says to announce “All the Gospel,” then one must teach the priority place of Israel (as a people and as a country) in our churches. The New Testament states this dimension,