After this vision closed, the heavens were again opened unto us; and Moses appeared before us, and committed unto us the keys of the gathering of Israel from the four parts of the earth, and the leading of the ten tribes from the land of the north.
I have always been fascinated by the history of the tribes of Israel. They were in bondage, then led to freedom. But their hearts weren’t right yet, so they couldn’t inherit the promised land.
Then when they did qualify, and were allowed to enter the promised land, they lasted a short time, and then fell back into wickedness. So they were again taken into bondage. Realizing their mistake, they repented, and the Lord showed mercy on them and led them away – both to the north and all over the world.
The history of the tribes of Israel is covered in blood, wickedness, repentance, forgiveness, freedom, pride, idolatry, and suffering. It is a painful history, a sad history, and an inspiring history.
But we are living in the golden age of those tribes. They are being gathered from around the world and brought into the church.
And sometime prior to the Lord’s return, He will lead the group that fled north back to the lands of their inheritance. No longer will they teeter on the fence between righteousness and wickedness.
Their final redemption will be complete, and their scriptures, mingled with ours, will prove that the Lord is looking after ALL His people.
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