europeschool.com.ua/profiles/zixihez/qiwu-como-conocer-personas.php In , the Lord led Dr. Daniel Fried and his wife, Rebecca, to begin a ministry in Hawaii to reach the Jewish people with the good news of their Messiah, and establish solid local churches. The ministry was called the Hope of Israel and over 2, Jewish people were reached with more than making professions of faith. Because of the great need of sowing the gospel among the Jewish people in the Southern States, Hope of Israel ministry relocated near Atlanta, Georgia in Brother Fried has been greatly used of God to bring this burden of Jewish Evangelism and love for Israel to the awareness of tens of thousands.
Over the years a number of ambassadors have been greatly helped by Dr. As a result, there have been some volunteers who dedicated themselves in assisting HIBM reach her goals, and 36 ambassadors who are sent out of their local churches who associate with the mission.
Flash is required to run the interactive player; however, iOS devices will still be able to play the audio recording. In general, devices that don't support Flash will. Hope of Israel. , Hymns, Hope of Israel, no. 1. Hope of Israel, Zion's army, Children of the promised day, See, the Chieftain signals onward.
Good News Translation You are Israel's only hope; you are the one who saves us from disaster. Why are you like a stranger in our land, like a traveler who stays for only one night? Holman Christian Standard Bible Hope of Israel, its Savior in time of distress, why are You like a foreigner in the land, like a traveler stopping only for the night? International Standard Version Hope of Israel, its deliverer in time of trouble, why are you like a stranger in the land, like a traveler who sets up his tent for a night?
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You have saved them when they were in trouble. Why have you become like a resident foreigner in the land? Why have you become like a traveler who only stops in to spend the night? New Heart English Bible Hope of Israel, its Savior in the time of trouble, why should you be as a foreigner in the land, and as a wayfaring man who turns aside to stay for a night? Why should you be like a stranger in the land, like a traveler who stays only one night? Jubilee Bible O the hope of Israel, the Keeper thereof in time of trouble, why should thou be as a stranger in the land and as a wayfaring man that turns aside to tarry for a night?
King James Bible O the hope of Israel, its savior in time of trouble, why should you be as a stranger in the land, and as a wayfaring man that turns aside to tarry for a night? American King James Version O the hope of Israel, the savior thereof in time of trouble, why should you be as a stranger in the land, and as a wayfaring man that turns aside to tarry for a night?
American Standard Version O thou hope of Israel, the Saviour thereof in the time of trouble, why shouldest thou be as a sojourner in the land, and as a wayfaring man that turneth aside to tarry for a night? Brenton Septuagint Translation O Lord, thou art the hope of Israel, and deliverest us in time of troubles; why art thou become as a sojourner upon the land, or as one born in the land, yet turning aside for a resting-place? Douay-Rheims Bible O expectation of Israel, the Saviour thereof in time of trouble: why wilt thou be a stranger in the land, and as a wayfaring man turning in to lodge?
For though there were yet a million promises of national blessing to be fulfilled, and though they all were in terms for the "Jews," every one of them would belong to the true "Israel of God.
From the foregoing it will be seen that there need be no difficulty in determining whether the fulfilment of a given prophecy is to be sought on the physical side of things the "natural" or on the spiritual side; notwithstanding there may be much difficulty in construing the details of the prophecy. It is easy, for example, upon the principles of interpreting prophecy stated above, to understand a prediction such as the following:. Three questions may properly be asked concerning this brief but vastly comprehensive promise: 1 What is this "salvation"?
The word salvation is very comprehensive.
It embraces far more than we are able to conceive of; for it includes all the blessings, joys and delights that God has prepared for His people, both here and hereafter. All the promises and purposes of God, whatsoever they be, are accomplished in and through Jesus Christ 2 Cor. This the forgiveness of sins is therefore the first blessing of God's great Salvation. It has the place of prominence among the "better promises" of the New Covenant Heb.
It is also recorded that, before His birth, Zacharias, who was filled with the Holy Spirit, prophesied concerning Him, saying: "Blessed be the Lord God of Israel, for He hath visited and redeemed His people; and hath raised up an horn of salvation for us in the house of His servant David. This, be it noted, was a prophecy; for the record declares of Zacharias that, in so speaking, "he prophesied.
That is to say, being "filled with the Holy Ghost" he spoke of God's salvation for His people as if the death and resurrection of Christ had already taken place, and as if redemption were already an accomplished fact. His words were: "God hath visited and redeemed His people; and hath raised up an horn of salvation for us. For the prophets in their visions see events entirely detached from the sequence of other events to which they stand related in the course of time. It is exceedingly important to bear this in mind when studying prophecy.
To the same effect is Simeon's prophecy in the next chapter, who spoke to God of the infant Jesus as "Thy salvation, which Thou hast prepared before the face of all people; a light to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory of Thy people Israel" Luke And to this agree the words of Paul, who, speaking in a Jewish synagogue after the death and resurrection of Christ referred to David and said: "Of this man's seed hath God, according to His promise, raised up into Israel a Saviour, Jesus" Acts , And further, on the same occasion he said: "And we declare unto you glad tidings the gospel , how that the promise, which was made unto the fathers, God hath fulfilled the same unto us their children, in that he hath raised up Jesus again" 22,32, The foregoing passages, and there are many like them, give an idea of what is meant in the prophetic scriptures by "salvation"; for they show that gospel salvation is what was intended.
Further they make it clear that the time of the promised salvation for Israel is now, and not in some future era. And for further confirmation, I quote the words of Peter and the other apostles, spoken to the high priest and temple authorities at Jerusalem: "The God of our fathers raised up Jesus, whom ye slew and hanged on a tree. Him hath God exalted with his right hand to be a Prince and a Saviour, for to give repentance to Israel, and forgiveness of sins" Acts 5: 30, Isaiah also uttered a surpassingly beautiful prophecy concerning the days of Christ, which begins, "The wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad; and the desert shall rejoice and blossom as the rose" Isa.
Our Lord Himself fixed the time of the fulfilment of this particular prophecy by using its words in His message of assurance to His downcast forerunner Mat. In that passage the prophet foretells a "way of holiness," which was to be so plainly revealed that "the wayfaring men, though fools, should not err" in regard thereto; and in that connection says: "The redeemed shall walk there; and the ransomed of the Lord shall return to Him , and come to Zion" vv. The New Testament scriptures make clear in what sense the ransomed of the Lord return to Him and "come to Zion.
For in short, Zion is where the Lord Jesus is; and God's salvation is there, because He is there; and therefore those who came to Him come to Zion. Thus we have the accomplishment of what David longed for when he said, "Oh that the salvation of Israel were come out of Zion" Ps. The apostle Peter likewise clearly locates for us the Zion of prophecy; for he says that those who come to Jesus Christ, raised from the dead, become living stones in that "spiritual house" which God is now building on Jesus Christ; and that this is the fulfilment of the prophecy of Isaiah which begins; "Behold, I lay in Sion a chief corner stone" etc.
Paul also makes it plain that the "Zion" whereof Isaiah prophesied is a heavenly locality. For he too quotes the words, "Behold, I lay in Zion," as being fulfilled in this present era Rom. In the light of the foregoing Scriptures it is plainly to be seen that the God of Jacob, in providing His great salvation at infinite cost, in placing it in Zion, and in calling "all Israel" Acts 2: 36 to come "to Mount Zion, and to the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem" Heb. They have not all responded to God's call to repentance and faith in Jesus Christ. True enough. And that is precisely what was foretold by Isaiah, whose words to that effect are quoted by Paul in Romans 9: 27; namely, that only a small remnant of the natural descendants of Jacob would obtain the salvation of God.
Hence the apostle says, "Israel hath not obtained that which he seeketh for; but the remnant hath obtained it, and the rest were blinded" Rom. Here is a plain declaration that what had been promised to Israel had been obtained in Paul's day by the remnant, that is, the believing part of the people; whereas the mass of the nation had missed it because of the blindness of their hearts.
Moreover, the context makes it clear beyond a doubt that what the apostle is speaking of is gospel salvation ,