Chapter 80. The Elect in the Time of Jacobs Trouble

Because many antichrists will come to deceive many, Antichrist’s revealing is identified by his official crowning and abomination rituals in the temple, to eliminate deception. All unfinished prophecy designated for Israel and Judah will be completed in the last three-and-a-half years, including their reconciliation to God and their Messiah when Jesus returns (Dan 9:24).

Antichrist’s crowning and abomination acts begin the great tribulation, the time of Jacob’s trouble punctuated by Judah’s flight from Jerusalem, and Antichrist and Satan’s war waged against Judah, Israel, and all who hold to the testimony of Jesus. Jesus, Daniel, and Jeremiah prophesied a time of trouble/tribulation for Judah and Israel that will begin when the birth-pang catastrophes approach full intensity, in a time the world has not seen since creation. Knowing this makes sense that Jeremiah connected birthing sorrows with Jacob’s trouble and the great tribulation and restoration before God’s fury/wrath in the “latter days.”

Israel’s lost tribes will awaken, likely at the preaching of the 144,000 in the first three-and-a-half years as part the Holy Covenant reconciliation preparation. One contemplates whether the 144,000 relate to God’s sanctified firstborn discussed in Exodus 13:2 and Numbers 3:13, perhaps reserved from ancient times to complete their holy mission, to be sacrificed as firstfruits, and in like manner of reservation, martyrdom, and resurrection as the two witnesses. Accordingly, Judah and lost Israel are represented as the “twelve stars” and “the woman, and the remnant of her seed” (Rev 12:1, 17) that the dragon and Antichrist endeavor to wipe from the face of the earth. At the nascence to the last three-and-a-half years, Israel and Judah will recognize Jesus as their Messiah and Redeemer. They will refuse to accept the mark of the beast, will not worship Antichrist, and will not worship Satan.

Jesus will lead the Second Exodus of Judah and Israel in the “days of his visitations” and “recompence,” from around the world.

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