Two Israels, for now | Ian Vincent

I commented on FB:

Ephesians 2:12 says we Gentile believers are citizens of Israel (the commonwealth of Israel)

Romans 11:17 says we Gentile believers are grafted into the Olive Tree, Israel.

1 Cor. 10:18 speaks of Israel after the flesh, meaning, natural or fleshly Israel.

So, if there are two Israels currently in existence, and one is called fleshly or natural (by natural birth) then we take it the other is spiritual, and not natural (by second birth).

Then, at the Messiahs return to earth the two Israels become perfectly the one body of Christ, because natural Israel is converted, born again.

In this way the church does not replace Israel, it is grafted into the Israel of God.

Gentiles, therefore, should be longing for the glorious day when natural Israel will be saved and come into the body of Christ.

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