- April 15, 2017 at 5:35 am #130621
He was turning the pages of a large black book filled with old maps and lithographs. “Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Rome…Even the greatest of kingdoms,” he said, “cannot escape the laws of history, or the laws of God. And one of those laws is four thousand years old. God speaks to a Middle Eastern man named Abram, from the land of Chaldea, and tells him, ‘I will bless those who bless you. And I will curse those who curse you.’ In other words, those people, nations, and powers that bless the Jewish people, the children of Abraham, will be blessed, and those who curse them will be cursed. Could a four-thousand-year-old promise lie behind world history and the rise and fall of nations? The answer is yes.”
“Can you give an example?” I asked.
“In the second millennium BC, the world’s preeminent empire is Egypt. But Egypt oppresses the children of Abraham. So, according to the ancient mystery somewhere around the time of the Exodus and at the peak of its oppression, the Egyptian Empire suddenly collapses, never to rise again. In the modern age, Great Britain becomes for the Jewish people a refuge from persecution and one in which they would propper. And so according to the ancient mystery Britain is exalted to the point that its empire becomes the most expansive in world history. But when the British Empire reverses its position and turns against the Jewish refugees fleeing the Holocaust, this greatest of empires suddenly collapses to virtually nothing. Starting in the late nineteenth century and into the twentieth America becomes the greatest refuge and defender of the Jewish people And thus according to the ancient mystery, in the same period of time, becomes the most blessed, prosperous, and powerful nation on earth. From ancient Egypt to modern America the ancient biblical mystery has determined the rise and fall of kingdoms and empires. What does that tell you?”
“It is wisdom to bless Israel and the Jewish people.”
“Yes,” said the teacher. “And it also tells you that God is real, faithful, and more powerful than history. When He gives His Word, believe it. And know that His love for His people is so great that He will even move empires for their sake.”
The Mission: Take a promise from His Word. Believe the promise with all your heart. Step out and live your life in light of it.
Cahn, Jonathan. “The Chaldean Mystery.” The Book of Mysteries. Lake Mary, FL: FrontLine, 2016. Day 101. Print.
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