Brit-Am Now no. 1309
March 3 2009, 8 Adar 5769
1. Charles:  Thoughts on Return to and Division of the Land:
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2. Bert: The Prophesied Return
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1. Charles:  Thoughts on Return to and Division of the Land
Re: Brit-Am Now no. 1308
#2. Edward Anderson: 
Preparations should be made for return of the Ten Tribes!
Regathering of the Exiles.


Given dramatic events now occurring worldwide, and specifically in regards to the United States and its expanding economic crisis, do you foresee any possible migration of Israelites (other than Jews) in say increasing numbers to the land of Israel, either in the near term or not to many years down the road?

Understandably, and for clearly justifiable reasons, the land of Israel today is viewed by Jews in Israel as solely Jewish property. Through the loss of blood the Jews fought alone to acquire land God gave Jacob's descendants, and the Jews have since faced numerous adversities and obstacles covering more than 60 years now just to maintain their rightful place within the land.  This "Jewish struggle" was nonetheless helped along in many critically important ways-- internationally, financially, and by other means -- primarily by the people of the United States.  Going back to the original founding of the nation of Israel, that is when the twelve principle tribes rising from Jacob's family entered the land, this after their escaping slavery in Egypt, we find that God gave a portion of the land as a perpetual inheritance to each one of the other tribes, Levi being the exception. Of course, all of this occurred millennia ago and a lot of water has gone under the bridge since. Still, have the events of human history -- the rise and fall of nations along with Israel's subsequent disobedience and captivity -- overridden or altered God's will relative to how the land was to be divided between Jacob's descendants? The foregoing aside, a follow-up question is; do you feel history and/or Israel's disobedience has voided God's jubilee law which, as I understand, incorporates into the law the return of property to its original owner following seven lands sabbaths and during the jubilee year?

Brit-Am Reply:
Despite your apologetic tone there still is felt in your letter some kind of claim against Judah?
As if all the Jews need now is for the Gentiles to come up with yet another excuse to resent them?
This brings us back to a theme we have been repeating lately but no-one seems to be paying attention to.
Before being able to return to the land and/or making any claim to it you have to show that you belong to Israel.
Even if you cannot prove it absolutely you should be able to make a case with some degree of reasonable probability acceptable by others.
Your own kith and kin do not accept Brit-Am arguments (partly because they may have never heard of them) so how do you expect the Jews to do so?
Brit-Am argues on the basis of Biblical and Rabbinical sources supplemented by secular studies.
Go to our article,
##Does Judah go to Ephraim? The Problem of "Joey-Boy"!##

See also:
Returning to the Land of Israel

Read what we have been writing on this subject for years.
Why should we have bothered to write it if it remains unread?
If you disagree tell us why!
Argue with us, if you will.
That is what we are here for, to find the truth on these matters and clarify it.

In Dimona there is a group of "Black Hebrews" who claim they are true Israelites and the Land of Israel belongs to them.

Without Brit-Am what makes "Ephraimites" any different?

On the other hand,
We are not against those who feel so inspired making preparatory plans and projects for re-settlement.
It could be that this is what is needed. Maybe something good will come out of it.
It could also possibly bring Brit-Am beliefs to public attention and trigger a positive reaction.
Our point still holds.
We understand that at present the emphasis should be on getting the information out, upgrading it were necessary, and perfecting our presentation of it.

2. Bert: The Prophesied Return
Subject: Great Exodus


I believe that God enters into all circumstances and works His good for the people who love Him. This being said, I believe that God will use this worldwide financial crisis to cause the return of His people to Israel. The day will come when people will have almost nothing and they will be willing to leave the nations where they have been scattered and return to the land of Israel.

In Jeremiah 16:14-15 we can read about this great exodus:

14 Therefore, behold, the days come, saith the LORD, that it shall no more be said, The LORD liveth, that brought up the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt;

15 But, The LORD liveth, that brought up the children of Israel from the land of the north, and from all the lands whither he had driven them: and I will bring them again into their land that I gave unto their fathers.

When I read about this exodus, it is evidently greater than the exodus from Egypt. I understand that up to three million Israelites may have left Egypt. How many millions will return in the end-time exodus?




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