Originally posted by Abraham Virtue
Would you say that Satan has that right too, or is it too late for him???
I just want to know where you stand on that issue.
Doesn't matter, Satan has no desire to be "saved", he wants to usurp, overthrow and destroy.
To wonder if Satan has the "right" to be saved is to wonder if ginnea pigs can drive automobiles.
As far as Southern Baptists treating you badly for being Jewish, that is really news to me as I was raised in a Southern Baptist church and that was
never the message. I've been around Southern Baptists and they've never exhibited that line of thinking.
There's been a couple times in the last couple of days that you or somebody else has said things about Christianity or Southern Baptists that
doesn't ring true with any practice or doctrine that I've seen.
What is the relationship between Christians and Jews?
Christ came through the Jewish line, that was very well documented so that nobody could doubt that.
Christ was no rejected by the Jews, a study of how Christ interacted with the Jews makes it clear to anyone that it wasn't part of the plan that they
accept Him as their Savior at that time. Had that been the case, the Church Age would not have come, the gentiles would not have been grafted into
the family and we would have been out in the cold.
The Jews are the Apple of God's Eye. This is a sin? Of course not.
Paul is very specific not to boast, if the original branch was cut off so that we might be grafted in, how much easier might it be to cut off the
grafted? The Bible is clear, A-V, extremely clear.
God has not forgotten His chosen people and will be dealing with them in the near future, during the Seven Year Tribulation. That time is headed
toward us like a freight train, all it takes to understand this is to read current events and study them in the light of God's word.