The fig tree is in bloom, the kingdom of God approaches Israel. ¿Do we have little time?

So why should Christians care if Jews return to Israel? Because this is the act of God! Despite repeated national disobedience, God kept them off the enemy’s agenda time and time again, until the 1948 War of Independence.
And now, we are living in 2022. Generations of countries where the fig tree seems to come to life. We live in an unprecedented time, with countless ancient prophecies and omens happening before our eyes. Some may be more subtle, others may be more like the spokes of a larger wheel, but none are as clear cut as the rebirth of the State of Israel.

Isaiah 5:5-8 KJV – “Your Maker is your Husband. Jehovah of hosts is his name. And your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel. God of all the earth is called. For when you were forsaken, the Lord called you a forsaken woman , an afflicted spirit, a young woman, says your God.For a little time I left you.

Today we are “temporarily abandoned” by the great mercy and eternal goodness of the Lord. We can see the undeniable fulfillment of the Lord’s promise to gather his people. But despite the fact that this amazing miracle fulfilled a 2,700-year-old prophecy, anti-Semitism is on the rise around the world, including in churches. But it is also prophetic.

Zechariah 12:3 KJV – «On that day I will turn Jerusalem into a heavy stone for all nations.

The 2,500-year-old prophecies of Zechariah are also being fulfilled before our very eyes. , or the nations in which the church replaced Israel in that of salvation. Not only are none of these true, but they are unbiblical and raise many important theological questions. One of them is this:

Romans 11:16-18 KJV – “For if the first fruits are holy, so is the Mass.” She is holy. If the root is holy, so are the branches. And if some branches were broken off and you, wild olive tree, were grafted between them, and you ate together the roots and the fat of the olive tree.
Don’t brag about your branches.

The firstfruits, the dough, and the roots represent the believing patriarchs of Israel. The broken branch represents all the unbelieving Jews. The cultivated olive tree is Israel and the grafted wild olive tree is the Gentile believer or primarily the Gentile church. In verse 18, Paul skips the agricultural and ritual metaphors and goes back to the roots (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, etc.) and says that you don’t support the roots, but the roots support you.

If the roots of belief in Israel are rejected, into whom are Christians transplanted? If Israel today is not the Israel of the Bible, why do the things prophesied about Israel happen to this nation?

What a tragic spiritual loss we suffer when we follow God’s false teachings by rejecting or replacing Israel! We miss God’s chosen people and God’s majesty protecting today’s eternally ordered home. We miss the mercy and grace of God when even the most rebellious people realize that it was God who brought them together as he promised.

We miss the proximity of the day of the Lord, and we have no point of reference to confirm that it is coming.
1 Peter 2:9-10 KJV – “If the first fruits are holy, so is the dough; if the root is holy, so are the branches. And if some branches were broken off, and you, wild olive tree, were grafted between them, and you ate together the roots and the fat of the olive tree. Don’t brag about your branches.

Christians should rejoice in God’s faithfulness to Israel and be encouraged not to expel those whom God calls chosen. If he could do it in Israel, he could do it in the church.

Hosea 9:10a KJV – “I found Israel like grapes in the desert. Here Hosea calls the patriarchs the firstfruits of the fig tree.


Jeremiah 2:5-8a KJV – “Thus says the Lord God of Israel: By these good figs I recognize the exiles of Judah, whom I exiled from this place to the land of the Chaldeans, for their benefit I will finally look at them and bring them back to this land and will build them up and not tear them down.

I will plant them and not uproot them. I am the Lord. I will give them hearts so that they know that they are my people, that I am their God, and like bad figs that cannot be eaten,

Here the believing captives of Judah are called “good figs,” and at the time of the gathering God will forever watch over them in preparation for what Jesus said in his sermon. Mount of Olives:
matthew 2:32 KJV