Israel: Past, Present, and Future#13

Where Scripture makes clear that a promise has
come to an end, we have warrant not to expect it to be repeated (e.g. the promise of Messiah coming to die
for His people in Isaiah 53—He came once to die according to Hebrews 9:28), but where Scripture places no
time stamp on a promise, neither should we.
God's promises are gracious treasures given to God's people, and we must neither presume upon them (as if
we need not trust in the Lord to receive them) nor cast them away (when the Lord has not done so).
We continue today to consider three final Objections offered against the land yet being a promise to be
realized in the future to a converted Israel.

Feb 4, 2024
Sunday Service
Joshua 21:43-45
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