An interpretation of Abrahamic texts in relation to the State of Israel, created by Man and not The Lord

This is an interpretation of the Bible in relation to the legitimacy of the State of Israel created by humans in ‘The Lord God’s’ eyes as described in the Abrahamic texts.

The Holy Land and the State of Israel

The Holy Land is not promised to the State of Israel, but to the House of Israel and its King’s subjects. The First Testament says that David’s line shall always be king [2 Samuel 7:12-16, 2 Chronicles 13:5, Psalm 89:20-37]. At the moment Israel does not exist in God’s eyes because it is not led by someone of David’s line. That is the reason Christ has to come again in a form chosen by The Lord God, so The Lord’s ‘Messiah and Son’ can have their rightful place as King of Israel and thus by doing both these things become the ‘Desire of Nations.’

The Rejection of Christ by the Jews

Christ failed to become the Desire of Nations in the Second Testament because even though he was of David’s line and a Messiah and Son, so entitled to be, because he was crucified and not anointed then he failed to become the Desire of Nations of the Holy Land. So in essence, the people in the Holy Land will need to subject themselves to the House of Israel under Christ when he returns to become the Desire of Nations or the Israelites will forever be condemned to be the enemies Christ’s below his feet as they were when he was put on the Cross after they called for his death against The Lord God’s wishes [Matthew 22:44]

The worshipping of Christ and man’s creations

Christ never asked people to worship him. If he had, his line would have been condemned like Solomon’s was. People who worship Christ above The Lord God will be condemned also. The Messiah and Son appointed by The Lord God is the rightful king of Israel – God’s Kingdom on earth.

The Lord God does not recognise of worldly creations – including the recognition of Israel as a earthly State. Whilst the Jews subject themselves to a person who is not not of David’s line then they will forever be the enemies below the feet of Christ, as they were when he was on the cross and they shall never inherit The Lord God’s Kingdom on earth.

The people who worship false idols rather than The Lord God, such as Christians, especially those who idolise Christ will be condemned. Those people, who also condemn the Palestinians whilst worshipping Christ instead of The Lord God, and idolising the State of Israel rather than The Lord God, will be condemned more severely.

The Evilness of the Jews

All those Jews filled with “every kind of wickedness, evil, greed and depravity” who are “full of envy, murder, strife, deceit and malice,” such as for the Palestinians, yet they know God’s righteous decree that do to these things is wrong will be condemned to death [Romans 1:29].

It is impossible for Jews to make claim to the Holy Land while they are waging war. For the rightful King of Israel to be installed not a bone must be broken. On this basis, The Lord God will not recognise the State of Israel as the rightful heir to his Kingdom on earth, whilst it keeps breaking the bones of all his children.

Those Jews who rob Palestinian temples and those Christians who idolise Christ will be condemned [Romans 2:22]. Such persons will suffer the wrath of The Lord God [Romans 2:5] and each act of violence will be judged by The Lord God based on the harm it caused [Romans 2:6]. By these men doing shameful acts of violence against other men in God’s Kingdom, The Lord God will serve due penalty on them for their error [Romans 1:27]. Equally, those who worship the Israel State, a creation of Man, rather than God, the creator of Man, will be condemned [Romans 1:25].

Those who are Evil who don’t glorify the Lord God

Those Jews who know The Lord God, yet do not Glorify him but their earthly creation of the State of Israel will be sent into sexual impurity so that their direct line from Abraham will be condemned [Romans 1:24]. These Jews will be condemned by The Lord God before the Gentiles [Romans 2:9]. For defending the State of Israel rather than The Lord God, and for worshipping Christ above The Lord God, he shall condemn them to a shameful lust among themselves and the animals, including women, condemning their line [Romans 1:23;1:26]. Those Jews who call for the law to protect them from repression, yet become the repressors themselves shall be condemned [Romans 2:1-4;17-22]. All humans who do evil will be condemned, but the first shall be the Jews [Romans 2:9]. But those Jews who do good, showing peace and tolerance among all shall be rewarded first, but in equal terms to others who do the same [Romans 2:10-11].

King Solomon – King of Kings

The First Testament states that those who descend from King David shall always be King of Israel (2 Samuel 7:12-16, 2 Chronicles 13:5, Psalm 89:20-37). These people descended from David’s line:

  • King Solomon (First Testament)
  • Jesus Christ (Second Testament)
  • Muhammed (Third Testament)

On this basis all of these people could be Kings of Israel, in a theological context. Lets take a look at some parts of the Bible about the line of King David. King David is quoted as saying in Psalm 110:1 and Matthew 22:44;

The Lord said to my Lord: “Sit at my right hand until I put your enemies under your feet.”

I interpet ‘my Lord’ in this context to refer to the “son of David,” which in this case is King Solomon, the first son of David, chosen to be King by David himself (1 Kings 1:43-48). From King Solomon descended Christ and Muhammed who also have the right to the title ‘Lord’ on this basis as not only are they equal to God who is The Lord but they are of not only David’s line but King Solomon’s also.

1 Kings 2:44-45 says:

The king also said to Shimei, “You know in your heart all the wrong you did to my father David. Now the Lord will repay you for your wrongdoing. But King Solomon will be blessed, and David’s throne will remain secure before the Lord forever.”

This is why in a theological context I think King David referred to King Solomon as ‘my Lord’ as Solomon was his son and as King of Kings, Solomon was greater than King David himself.

1 Kings 1:49-51 says:

At this, all Adonijah’s guests rose in alarm and dispersed. But Adonijah, in fear of Solomon, went and took hold of the horns of the altar. Then Solomon was told, “Adonijah is afraid of King Solomon and is clinging to the horns of the altar. He says, ‘Let King Solomon swear to me today that he will not put his servant to death with the sword.’”

1 Kings 2 23:25 says:

Then King Solomon swore by the Lord: “May God deal with me, be it ever so severely, if Adonijah does not pay with his life for this request! 24 And now, as surely as the Lord lives—he who has established me securely on the throne of my father David and has founded a dynasty for me as he promised —Adonijah shall be put to death today!” So King Solomon gave orders to Benaiah son of Jehoiada, and he struck down Adonijah and he died.

I interpret these to mean that God (i.e. the Lord) put King Solomon to his right hand until the day David died when Adonijah was the enemy under Solomon’s feet, who was then put to death. This thus makes Solomon the Messiah of the First Testament, in a theological sense. The test for a Messiah is thus that they sit at the right hand of God (i.e. the Lord) until he puts enemies at their feet, which is when they are confirmed as Messiah:

  • In this case of King Solomon this was Adonijah, who refused to accept Solomon as King, whose death with the authority of God confirmed Solomon as Messiah and a Son (i.e. Mashiach ben David I).
  • In this case of Jesus Christ this was the disenting Jews below his Cross, whom called for his death, confirming him as Messiah and Son (i.e. Mashiach ben David II)
  • In the case of Muhammed this was the Hindus Idols worshippers, who made his feet bleed, plunging him into a depression, which led to his confirmation by God that he was Messiah and Son (Mashiach ben David III)

Unlike Christ and Muhammed, Solomon was also King. This makes him therefore the Desire of Nations. Equally, the person prophesied in Revelations will be of David’s line, and will be at the right-hand of the Lord until the day their enemies are below their feet when they will be confirmed by God (i.e. the Lord) as Messiah and Son (i.e. Mashiach ben David IV). If they manage to become King, they will also become Desire of Nations, a title lost by King Solomon, when he ceased to be King. Again, in a theological sense.

Israel’s Got Talent

I recently presented a solution to the constitutional issues that cause the Israel and Palestine conflict. I think there are a number of facts difficult to dispute:

  • Jews are still waiting for the Messiah prophesied in the First Testament;
  • Christians usually think that Jesus Christ was the Messiah;
  • Muslims usually think Christ was a Messiah and often that Mohammed was.

I currently think in a theological context that the Abrahamic texts like the Bible and Qu’ran has ‘Messiahs and Sons’ (i.e. Mashiach ben Davidwho have come in three chosen forms by The Lord (i.e. God):

  • In the First Testament, The Lord chose King Solomon as the first Messiah and Son from David’s line (i.e. Mashiach ben David I);
  • In the Second Testament, The Lord chose Jesus Christ as the second Messiah and Son from David’s line (i.e. Mashiach ben David II);
  • In the Third Testament, The Lord chose Mohammed as the third Messiah and Son from David’s line (i.e. Mashiach ben David III);
  • In a Fourth Testament, The Lord will chose a fourth Messiah and Son from David’s line (i.e. Mashiach ben David IV).

This above is my theological interpretation of the Abrahamic texts, which it is unlikely those stuck to the old ways of interpreting them will agree.  The titled of this blog, ‘Israel’s Got Talent’ is a reference to the idea of Reality TV choosing nominations for Eurovision, etc. so it might be that the selection of the first leader of a shared Israel/Palestine state as I describe could be televised. This elected King of Israel may become a Messiah and Son (i.e. Mashiach ben David) and as forecast in Revelations, Desire of Nations. Whether they are the first as Jews might think, the second as Christians or Muslims might think, or the fourth as I think theologically, there is no denying the fact that the Bible says who ever is King of Israel should be of David’s line.