National Israel and Judah

Who is Israel today? God has chosen Himself a people and it is very important for us to know who they are. The Bible says they would be blind to their own identity, but tracing the history of the twelve tribes and their movements helps to identify their modern-day identity.

To remain ignorant of this topic is to remain blind to roughly 80% of the Bible, as virtually all national promises and prophecies in God’s Word relate to these twelve tribes. God never abandoned His people and calls upon them today to follow His ways as He has done in biblical times.

For example, look at the promise given to David in JEREMIAH 33:20-21, "Thus saith the LORD; If ye can break my covenant of the day, and my covenant of the night, and that there should not be day and night in their season; Then may also my covenant be broken with David my servant, that he should not have a son to reign upon his throne."

As everyone knows, there is no throne in geographical Israel today as there was when this promise was given. So if God’s Word is true, where can this throne be found today?

To answer this question, a thorough understanding of God’s hand in history is needed. We can indeed trace David’s throne through time and determine who is his successor. To those who take the time to find out about these truths, God reveals that all twelve tribes have become nations today and have inherited the promises given by God thousands of years ago.

The facts about National Israel and Judah show God's plan throughout the ages and that each and every word in the Bible holds true and is significant. Much evidence showing this truth in the Bible is presented in the materials below. For some more specific and in-depth questions about this topic, please also check out our Frequently Asked Questions section, where we answer some of the concerns that critics have brought up about the topic of National Israel and Judah. Of course there are myriads of other websites that deal with this topic. We would recommend in particular the British Israel World Federation’s website and the Open Bible Ministries website.

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